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Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum  I love tradition Korean costumes, they are so exquisite in both colour and texture.  Once again if anyone feels up for a translation I will credit you, I would be very interested in the description and history of this costume

Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum I love tradition Korean costumes, they are so exquisite in both colour and texture. Once again if anyone feels up for a translation I will credit you, I would be very interested in the description and history of this costume

저장완료

저장완료

Bride’s Robe    Korea, Joseon period (1392-1910)    Date: 1800s    Medium: silk embroidery on silk; edges wrapped with paper    gallery notes: Korean bridal robes were rented to the middle-class women in the village after the upper-class brides had used them. The paper around the neck and sleeves was changed for every wedding ceremony.

Bride’s Robe Korea, Joseon period (1392-1910) Date: 1800s Medium: silk embroidery on silk; edges wrapped with paper gallery notes: Korean bridal robes were rented to the middle-class women in the village after the upper-class brides had used them. The paper around the neck and sleeves was changed for every wedding ceremony.

금관 조복 (jobok)

금관 조복 (jobok)

(From left to clockwise) Jangbogwan (Korea University Museum); Heukgeon (Korea University Museum); Wongwan (Scholar’s headdress); Jeongjagwan (Men’s indoor headdress)

(From left to clockwise) Jangbogwan (Korea University Museum); Heukgeon (Korea University Museum); Wongwan (Scholar’s headdress); Jeongjagwan (Men’s indoor headdress)

심의_관직에 나가 있다가 관직을 떠난 선비가 집에 거처하면서 한가롭게 입는 연거복(燕居服)이다.

심의_관직에 나가 있다가 관직을 떠난 선비가 집에 거처하면서 한가롭게 입는 연거복(燕居服)이다.

Hwarot is a type of Korean traditional clothing worn by royal women for ceremonial occasions during the Joseon period. Later it was worn by commoners as a wedding gown. Today, it is still worn by brides during the wedding ceremony. Hwarot. Late Joseon Dynasty, Korea. Hwarot is colorful and lavishly decorated. The cloth is woven with colorful embroidered designs and symbols for longevity, great fortune, and a happy marriage.

Hwarot is a type of Korean traditional clothing worn by royal women for ceremonial occasions during the Joseon period. Later it was worn by commoners as a wedding gown. Today, it is still worn by brides during the wedding ceremony. Hwarot. Late Joseon Dynasty, Korea. Hwarot is colorful and lavishly decorated. The cloth is woven with colorful embroidered designs and symbols for longevity, great fortune, and a happy marriage.

Korean royal women cosutme in Joseon dynasty "dangui hanbok"

Korean royal women cosutme in Joseon dynasty "dangui hanbok"

Hakchangui (Coats for Scholar) | Hyun Baek-un(19th century, Joseon dynasty) | Seok Juseon Memorial Museum, Dankook University

Hakchangui (Coats for Scholar) | Hyun Baek-un(19th century, Joseon dynasty) | Seok Juseon Memorial Museum, Dankook University

구장복 (gujangbok)

구장복 (gujangbok)

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