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Hanbok art. So beautiful. Love the hair pieces too! (though I suppose it wasn't lovely to wear all that hair!)

Hanbok art. So beautiful. Love the hair pieces too! (though I suppose it wasn't lovely to wear all that hair!)

Hanbok, the Korean traditional dress

Hanbok, the Korean traditional dress

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.

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.

Exceptional collection of daily life photos from the 1970s by Kim Ki Chan [사진작가] 김기찬(金基贊, 1938-2005) - 골목안 풍경 : 네이버 블로그

Exceptional collection of daily life photos from the 1970s by Kim Ki Chan [사진작가] 김기찬(金基贊, 1938-2005) - 골목안 풍경 : 네이버 블로그

김기찬(Kim Ki-Chan)

김기찬(Kim Ki-Chan)

Korea, Joseon Dynasty, Male Aristocrat, "Yangban", The Moon that Embraces the Sun

Korea, Joseon Dynasty, Male Aristocrat, "Yangban", The Moon that Embraces the Sun

조선시대 유명했던 기생사진 - 인스티즈(instiz) 인티포털

조선시대 유명했던 기생사진 - 인스티즈(instiz) 인티포털

tumblr n2e04afeNR1qkegsbo1 500  Random Inspiration 126 | Architecture, Cars, Style & Gear

Random Inspiration 126

tumblr n2e04afeNR1qkegsbo1 500 Random Inspiration 126 | Architecture, Cars, Style & Gear

Original postcard photograph (top detail) was used for the bottom postcard of Pyongyang. This card is an earlier version of done with exhortation to work for the New Order on reverse. The paper quality is better (not acidic and brown), suggesting it was published before paper quality diminished as the war depleted Japan's stock and before the Taisho company began publishing patriotic slogans on the backs of cards. 1933-1945 East Asia Images, Imperial Postcard Collection, Lafayette College.

Original postcard photograph (top detail) was used for the bottom postcard of Pyongyang. This card is an earlier version of done with exhortation to work for the New Order on reverse. The paper quality is better (not acidic and brown), suggesting it was published before paper quality diminished as the war depleted Japan's stock and before the Taisho company began publishing patriotic slogans on the backs of cards. 1933-1945 East Asia Images, Imperial Postcard Collection, Lafayette College.

(Korea) 종해청조, 경교명승첩 by Gyeomjae Jeong Seon. ca 18th century CE. color on paper.

(Korea) 종해청조, 경교명승첩 by Gyeomjae Jeong Seon. ca 18th century CE. color on paper.

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