Korean gomusin (traditional shoes)

Women's gomusin (rubber shoes) decorated with gorgeous-looking flower patterns (Courtesy of Park Sul-nyeo Hanbok) (Source: Han Style)

오목누비저고리를 비롯해 김해자 장인이 만든 각종 누비 한복들.

오목누비저고리를 비롯해 김해자 장인이 만든 각종 누비 한복들.

Hwarot Late Joseon Dynasty Korea Virtual...

Hwarot Late Joseon Dynasty Korea Virtual Collection of Masterpieces: “ Hwarot is a type of Korean traditional clothing worn by royal women for ceremonial occasions during the Joseon period. Later it.

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

ornamentedbeing: “ 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.

Lined and quilted cheollik, found in  the grave of the wife of Chae Muyeok (1537-1594), identified as Kim. Important Folklore Materials 109-1. It is believed that Kim wore this coat as an everyday garment. "The jacket-style upper part is rather short and under the armpits are attached a different kind of cloth called mu.  The garment also has quite wide hoejang (contrasting trim) and samsu (cuffs)....  As a garment from the early Joseon Dynasty, it has a right-angled collar."

Lined and quilted cheollik, found in the grave of the wife of Chae Muyeok identified as Kim. As a garment from the early Joseon Dynasty, it has a right-angled collar.

100 Korean National Symbols on Exhibit

These modest images and sentiment of everyday life define the character of Korean culture.

Dang-ui (당의, 唐衣), knee-length jacket, open at the sides, for court-wear. Silk brocade fabric with purple breast ties. From the reign of King Seonjo (ruled 1567-1608). Important Folklore Material 57. It is decorated with the characters for 'long life', 'happiness' and the patterns of the seven treasures, pomegranates peonies on a light brown ground.

Dang-ui (당의, 唐衣), knee-length jacket, open at the sides, for court-wear.

A moshi (Korean ramie) coat with a straight collar and short sleeves (dapho), from the "tomb of Go Un (1479-1530), a leading figure representing the Neo-Confucian literati based in the Honam (Jeolla) region during the mid-Joseon Dynasty.... Made of cotton, ramie and silk, the clothes appear to have been worn by Go Un while he was alive." Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 239.

A moshi (Korean ramie) coat with a straight collar and short sleeves (dapho), from the "tomb of Go Un (1479-1530), a leading figure representing the Neo-Confucian literati based in the Honam (Jeolla) region during the mid-Joseon Dynasty.... Made of cotton, ramie and silk, the clothes appear to have been worn by Go Un while he was alive." Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 239.

Quilted outer garment of Kim Ham. (Nubi Jingnyeongpo). Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 209. Kim Ham (1568-1598) was a Joseon Dynasty general, died after fighting with Japanese pirates. Source: http://jikimi.cha.go.kr/english/search_plaza_new/ECulresult_Db_View.jsp?VdkVgwKey=18,02090100,36=*=0=EN_03_02

Quilted outer garment of Kim Ham. (Nubi Jingnyeongpo). Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 209. Kim Ham (1568-1598) was a Joseon Dynasty general, died after fighting with Japanese pirates. Source: http://jikimi.cha.go.kr/english/search_plaza_new/ECulresult_Db_View.jsp?VdkVgwKey=18,02090100,36=*=0=EN_03_02

Myeongjugyeopsamsujeogori/Silk lined jeogori/명주겹삼수저고리. Important Folklore Cultural Heritage  217-4. This jeogori is described as having the "body and sleeves are light green and collar strip (for a Korean Jacket) is white." It is associated with the daughter of Gim Cheom, from the  tomb of Gim Cheom of the Andong Kim clan, and his family. Late 16th/early 17th century.

Myeongjugyeopsamsujeogori/Silk lined jeogori/명주겹삼수저고리. Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 217-4. This jeogori is described as having the "body and sleeves are light green and collar strip (for a Korean Jacket) is white." It is associated with the daughter of Gim Cheom, from the tomb of Gim Cheom of the Andong Kim clan, and his family. Late 16th/early 17th century.

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