Korean traditional hand-sewn Shoes Handmade Authentic Women Wedding Shoes made by cultural intangible asset - Chungwoondu ok danghye

Korean traditional hand-sewn Shoes Handmade Authentic Women Wedding Shoes made by cultural intangible asset - Chungwoondu ok danghye

Skirt found on a mummy in Osan,Gyeonggi-do. Believed to date to the 1500s. Via the Yonhap news agency.

Skirt found on a mummy in Osan,Gyeonggi-do. Believed to date to the 1500s. Via the Yonhap news agency.

Hanbok, Vogue Korea 2010

Hanbok, Vogue Korea 2010

http://m.grafolio.com/works/307496

http://m.grafolio.com/works/307496

http://m.grafolio.com/works/304502

http://m.grafolio.com/works/304502

early 1900’s Korea. ~

early 1900’s Korea. ~

Joseon Princess Deokhye

Joseon Princess Deokhye

korean court gisaeng. Korean traditional costume

korean court gisaeng. Korean traditional costume

Princess Tsai Lun in native Peking dress in 19 June 1922

Princess Tsai Lun in native Peking dress in 19 June 1922

Princess Deokhye of Korea (25 May 1912 - 21 Apr 1989) - She was the last princess of Korea. Her father, Emperor Gwangmu, loved her greatly. She went to Japan in 1925, but was silent. When her mother died, she developed a mental illness. The Empress of Japan "matched" her to Count Sō Takeyuki, a Japanese nobleman; she had a daughter in 1932. She spent years in and out of mental clinics, divorcing her husband in 1953. Her daughter committed suicide in 1955 and Deokhye's condition worsened.

Princess Deokhye of Korea (25 May 1912 - 21 Apr 1989) - She was the last princess of Korea. Her father, Emperor Gwangmu, loved her greatly. She went to Japan in 1925, but was silent. When her mother died, she developed a mental illness. The Empress of Japan "matched" her to Count Sō Takeyuki, a Japanese nobleman; she had a daughter in 1932. She spent years in and out of mental clinics, divorcing her husband in 1953. Her daughter committed suicide in 1955 and Deokhye's condition worsened.

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