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During the Joseon Dynasty, Women hid their face with veil when they went out to keep distance from men. These are Jang-ot and Sseugae-chima, which were used more conveniently than veil. ...

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 

[일러스트 강좌] 전 검은 머리가 파뿌리될 때까지 사랑하겠다는 말 잊지 않으셨겠지요. 저는 잊지 않았습니다. 이 날 이 순간을.

[일러스트 강좌] 전 검은 머리가 파뿌리될 때까지 사랑하겠다는 말 잊지 않으셨겠지요. 저는 잊지 않았습니다. 이 날 이 순간을.

Yeoak by Glimja.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt - "In Joseon Dynasty, gisaengs were selected to be trained to appear on the stage in the Palace for the royal family.  These special gisaengs and their arts were called "Yeoak(여악, 女樂)". It means "the arts of Women".  We can usually see dancers of Joseon wearing Jeonlip and Jeonmo, holding two swords like male military officers (left), or wearing colorful Wonsam, Hansam, making their hear Eoyeo-meori like royal ladies (right)."

During the Joseon Dynasty, Women hid their face with veil when they went out to keep distance from men. These are Jang-ot and Sseugae-chima, which were used  more conveniently than veil.

d_s-0[1]. 조선시대 복장(먹장삼, 가사).jpg

d_s-0[1]. 조선시대 복장(먹장삼, 가사).jpg

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Hanbok doll

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