Gisaeng Style While traditional Korean dresses are represented by the words "elegant" and "refined," the clothes worn by female entertainers of the Chosun Dynasty exude splendor and voluptuousness. Accentuating them, the hairdo known as "tre meori" features a braided coil. This style is often found in the genre paintings of the era.
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various productions of Hwang Jin Yi. These braids seem to be fastened around a metal/plastic? stand, which is then placed on the head for support. If you watch this video of a lady getting dressed up for a photo package in Korea, you will see how the wig comes on a stand and is positioned around the head. This ridiculous getup that resembles a funeral wreath illustrates it more clearly. Braid around a braid around a braid.