When I first made hanbok out of hanji (was it 8 years ago? Maybe less? I can't remember), it was also not easy to store. But they've exhibited a lot, which is great. I avoided making bigger ones until now because it's always a storage issue. Small dresses are an easy sale but the big ones are not. One of the earlier hanbok the same size as the black and white ones here, is in an exhibit at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts (right now they are in the middle of an opening).
A private collector loaned another dress, Indigenous, to the show. And in relation to the original keepers of this land, thank goodness ICWA was not overturned.