One day in January, we received an email from the Museum of Fine Arts Boston asking to interview us. We were so honored to have been asked and excitedly took on the offer. 

"Jessica Kim says that being in the business of crafting hanbok, the traditional Korean dress, connects her to her roots and culture. She and her mother, Jeoung, run the Philadelphia-based shop bdk | mint, a third-generation family business that began in Daegu, South Korea. Hear from Jessica in this two-minute video about modern interpretations of traditional hanbok, the value of exposing global audiences to hanbok in museums, and how hanbok are worn today."

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