State visit of King Philippe and Queen Mathilde to South Korea

Belgian King Philippe and Queen Mathilde are making a 4 day state visit to South Korea on March 25-28. On the second day of their visit to South Korea, King Philippe and Queen Mathilde attended a memorial ceremony at the Korean War Memorial in Seoul to pay tribute to Belgian soldiers who fought for South Korea during the 1950-53 Korean War. After the ceremony, The King and Queen of Belgium were welcomed by President Moon Jae-in and First Lady Kim Jung-sook with a state ceremony at Cheongwadae (The Blue House). Afterwards, Queen Mathilde visited the Korea University of Arts (K’ARTS) together with First Lady Kim Jung-sook.
First Lady Kim Jung-sook at The Blue House. Natan Couture Embroidered organza dress
First Lady Kim Jung-sook at The Blue House. Natan Couture Embroidered organza dress
First Lady Kim Jung-sook at The Blue House. Natan Couture Embroidered organza dress
First Lady Kim Jung-sook at The Blue House. Natan Couture Embroidered organza dress
First Lady Kim Jung-sook at The Blue House. Natan Couture Embroidered organza dress
First Lady Kim Jung-sook at The Blue House. Natan Couture Embroidered organza dress
First Lady Kim Jung-sook at The Blue House. Natan Couture Embroidered organza dress
First Lady Kim Jung-sook at The Blue House. Natan Couture Embroidered organza dress
First Lady Kim Jung-sook at The Blue House. Natan Couture Embroidered organza dress
First Lady Kim Jung-sook at The Blue House. Natan Couture Embroidered organza dress
First Lady Kim Jung-sook at The Blue House. Natan Couture Embroidered organza dress
First Lady Kim Jung-sook at The Blue House. Natan Couture Embroidered organza dress

12 comments:

  1. I think the jacket, nice as it is, clashes with the dress rather than complement it.

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  2. I love this oriental pattern and think the dress and jacket complement each other well. However, I do prefer the dress on its own. As with so many of Mathilde's outfits, I think it would look better if just a little longer. I like the First Lady's simple , elegant outfit too.

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  3. Elegantisima Matilde vestida acorde en atención al país que los recibe

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  4. Zuerst dachte ich: oh je...aber auf den zweiten Blick ist es doch ein interessantes Outfit-passend für den asiatischen Raum.

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  5. I rather like the dress. I wonder if she already owned it (it looks very familiar, it's probably Natan) and had a headpiece and jacket created to go with it?

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  6. Her hair and outfit makes her look rather matronly. South Korea's first lady looks very elegant in red.

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    1. Considering her age, I think she typically looks matronly. When I look at her hair, I can't help but think how much younger she would look if she changed her hair.

      She has been able to give each of her outfits an Asian flavor, which I do like. She has done it with both fabric and the sleeves in the jacket this time.

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    2. She has had different hairstyles during this trip. She puts them sometimes up or down. I like less her curled hair style. Honestly this length allows many possibilities. I don't think she wants them longer.
      MTh of Luxemburg recently changed hers, honestly I don't like it at all.

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    3. sorry just some more : I don't think she should look for inspiration from Maxima.

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  7. Nice Asia inspired dress and and jacket. The Korean First Lady looks very nice too.

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