Costumes, coiffures et traditions

Costumes coréen, japonais et chinois. Coiffures traditionnelles. Ce qui me passionne.
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endless supplies..., I tell ya... he was pretty enough to start the flower boy wave, now after his military service, all grown up, he became a gorgeous man...who can act , dang he can

endless supplies..., I tell ya... he was pretty enough to start the flower boy wave, now after his military service, all grown up, he became a gorgeous man...who can act , dang he can

Daenggi 1 by Glimja on deviantART

Daenggi 1 by Glimja on deviantART

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한복 Hanbok : Korean traditional clothes[dress] | #ModernHanbok

한복 Hanbok : Korean traditional clothes[dress] | #ModernHanbok

'Hwarang: The Beginning' shares behind photos of Hyungsik looking fine in uniform | allkpop.com

'Hwarang: The Beginning' shares behind photos of Hyungsik looking fine in uniform

'Hwarang: The Beginning' shares behind photos of Hyungsik looking fine in uniform | allkpop.com

Hanbok Styles

Hanbok Styles

'Hwarang: The Beginning' shares behind photos of Hyungsik looking fine in uniform | allkpop.com

'Hwarang: The Beginning' shares behind photos of Hyungsik looking fine in uniform

'Hwarang: The Beginning' shares behind photos of Hyungsik looking fine in uniform | allkpop.com

Short Sleeve Gowns by Glimja.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt - When men wore a short sleeve gown, they always had to use it on the other long-sleeve gown.  Dapo was probably the one used most popular and for a long time. In the middle Joseon, during many wars, people made outers with shorter sleeves - like Jeonbok / Kwaeja.  But they weren't classified surely. And in the late Joseon, people just used the name "Kwaeja" for all type short-sleeve clothes.

Short Sleeve Gowns by Glimja.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt - When men wore a short sleeve gown, they always had to use it on the other long-sleeve gown. Dapo was probably the one used most popular and for a long time. In the middle Joseon, during many wars, people made outers with shorter sleeves - like Jeonbok / Kwaeja. But they weren't classified surely. And in the late Joseon, people just used the name "Kwaeja" for all type short-sleeve clothes.

https://www.google.by/search?q=male hanbok bottom pattern

https://www.google.by/search?q=male hanbok bottom pattern


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