Often asked: What Is My Size In Korea?

What is a Korean size 66?

Finding clothes larger than a U.S. women’s size 6 is challenging, especially since the starting point for “plus-size,” or extra-large, is a Korean size 66, the rough equivalent of a U.S. women’s 8.

What is a free size?

‘Free size’ is not a size, it’s a style of apparel that is generally loose and flowing (although it can be stretchy instead of loose), such as a gown, kaftan, serape, etc (or, in the case of stretchy ‘one size’ clothing, usually a jersey piece).

What is the average foot size in Korea?

Generally, the most common shoe sizes available in Korea are in the interval of 250 to 295 mm, or 7.5 to 12 in the standard US sizing for men, and from 220 to 270 mm, or 5 to 10 in US measurements for women. For detailed conversions and references with other countries, you may refer to the charts below.

What is the average size of a Korean woman?

But the average woman aged 20 to 24 in the country is 1.6m tall and has a waist size of 28 inches and hip size of 36 inches, according to the Korea Agency for Technology and Standards in 2015.

How do Korean shoe sizes work?

How to Calculate My Shoe Size? In Korea, your shoe size is equal to the length of your foot in mm. Generally, the most common shoe sizes available in Korea are in the interval of 250 to 295 mm, or 7.5 to 12 in the standard US sizing for men, and from 220 to 270 mm, or 5 to 10 in US measurements for women.

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