Norigae is the most famous accessory of Hanbok, which hung from the ribbon of Jeogori (Goreum). It is basically comprised of a string + decorative knots + jewelry + a tasse...

한복 Hanbok : Korean traditional clothes[dress] - artist also has more sketches on traditional Korean styling

-Taken from Deviant Art- By Glimja (Soyeon Lee)

Sokgot(속곳) means Korean traditional underwear set. This is the original procedure to wear Hanbok Sokgot. You know, these days fe.

Vogue Korea August 2013 : Fashion into Crafts

The Terrier and Lobster: "Fashion into Crafts": Lee Hyun-Yi, Lee Hye-Jung, Song Kyung-Ah, and Park Seraand with Traditional Korean Crafts by Kang Hyea-Won for Vogue Korea August 2013

Women's Winter Hats by Glimja

Winter hats of women Hanbok essentially  they had a hole in top, tassels in front and back, gemmed or  Korean women sometimes wear these hats when they're .

Married Women's hair style (1) by Glimja on DeviantArt

In early Joseon Dynasty,Korean married women used very big and heavy wigs named "Gache",to do up their hairs splendidly. Women thought thatthe higher and bigger wig means 

Korean Traditional Dress

Hanbok - Korean Traditional Dress - oh, that rusty orange with palest pewter and ivory!

Hanbok, Womens' Hair by Glimja on deviantARTHanbok, Womens' Hair / 2012  Hanbok is Korean traditional clothes, especially from 1392~1910  During this period, women's hairstyle is mainly centered around 'braiding'.

Hanbok, Womens' Hair by Glimja on deviantARTHanbok, Womens' Hair / 2012 Hanbok is Korean traditional clothes, especially from During this period, women's hairstyle is mainly centered around 'braiding'.

Hanbok, Womens' Hair by Glimja on deviantART

Hanbok, Womens' Hair / 2012 Hanbok is Korean traditional clothes, especially from During this period,women's hairstyle is mainly centered around 'braiding'.

modern hanbok. Damyeon designed by lee hye soon, check de website, beautifull weddingdresses, love!!!

Damyeon designed by lee hye soon, check de website, beautifull weddingdresses, love!

Tteoguji by Glimja on DeviantArt

"Tteoguji" was a butterfly-shaped wooden accessory for palace ladies' ceremony event - like a royal wedding. But in fact, the queen and other high-level royal ladies had to use Tteoguji even in normal days, contrary to many Korean historical drama ^_^

Hanbok

Korean Traditional Architecture, Art and Culture 전통 문화 - Page 9 - SkyscraperCity

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