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hanbok pieces

hanbok pieces

한복 Hanbok for him (King) / Traditional Korean clothes

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한복 Hanbok for him (King) / Traditional Korean clothes

Modern 한복 Hanbok / Traditional Korean dress

Modern 한복 Hanbok / Traditional Korean dress

Dopo is maybe one of the most famous male hanbok. It was a overcoat for men, usually "seonbi", after the mid Joseon. Dopo's special mark is that is has three back hems. Two from the front part are connected on the inside, and the other one from the back part covers them. This shape help to hide underwears, legs, and the inner rumpled, and make the skirt part flutter very lavish.

Dopo is maybe one of the most famous male hanbok. It was a overcoat for men, usually "seonbi", after the mid Joseon. Dopo's special mark is that is has three back hems. Two from the front part are connected on the inside, and the other one from the back part covers them. This shape help to hide underwears, legs, and the inner rumpled, and make the skirt part flutter very lavish.

Woohnayoung.com | Women in Hanbok

Woohnayoung.com | Women in Hanbok

Cheolik is probably the famous and popular gown of Joseon's men.  1) It was the one-piece gown made by sewing the upper(Jeogori) and a skirt(Chima). 2) the skirt part was very wrinkled. 3) usually sleeves could be tore off from the body, connected with buttons at other times.  And this was also a uniform for military officers, You can check it in Yungbok.

Cheolik is probably the famous and popular gown of Joseon's men. 1) It was the one-piece gown made by sewing the upper(Jeogori) and a skirt(Chima). 2) the skirt part was very wrinkled. 3) usually sleeves could be tore off from the body, connected with buttons at other times. And this was also a uniform for military officers, You can check it in Yungbok.

https://www.google.by/search?q=male hanbok bottom pattern

https://www.google.by/search?q=male hanbok bottom pattern

누비장 : 네이버캐스트

누비장 : 네이버캐스트

Blue, silk brocade jingnyeong (overcoat worn by men) belonging to Gwanghaegun or Prince Gwanghae (1575 – 1641; reigned 1608–1623). Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 3-1.

Blue, silk brocade jingnyeong (overcoat worn by men) belonging to Gwanghaegun or Prince Gwanghae (1575 – 1641; reigned 1608–1623). Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 3-1.

Woohnayoung.com | Women in Hanbok

Woohnayoung.com | Women in Hanbok

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