한복 Hanbok : Korean traditional clothes[dress] | #ModernHanbok | NEW KOREAN FACES | Vogue.com

한복 Hanbok : Korean traditional clothes[dress] | #ModernHanbok | NEW KOREAN FACES | Vogue.com

Traditional Korean Performance - The 'buk' (북) is a shallow barrel-shaped drum with a wooden body and played with bukchae (북채), or drumsticks. The drum was used in both folk and court music, each having their own style of playing.

{Traditional Korean Performance} Buk(북): a shallow barrel-shaped drum with a wooden body and played with bukchae (북채), or drumsticks. The drum was used in both folk and court music, each having their own style of playing.

"Smiles are the style here in Korea. Here's a quartet from my little school showing you how to smile. How do you like them? They are four little pagans but are now preparing for baptism. Picture from Fr. Carroll, Masan, Korea" Photograph of four smiling girls dressed in traditional Korean outfits. The girl second from the right holds an object wrapped in fabric. ca 1920-40

Photograph of four smiling girls dressed in traditional Korean outfits. The girl second from the right holds an object wrapped in fabric.

Kisaeng | Kisaeng are artists who work to entertain others, such as the yangbans and kings. First appearing in the Goryeo Dynasty, kisaeng were legally entertainers of the government, required to perform various functions for the state. Many were employed at court, but they were also spread throughout the country.

Jidokchae in kisaeng describe d the ideal beauty in the C hosun period. Jidokchae meant intelligence, humility and physical sexual a.

Korean women under Joseon dynasty

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