Gyeongbok Palace, Seoul, Korea. These traditional roofs have ornate designs are called Dancheong, which refers to Korean traditional decorative coloring on wooden buildings and artifacts for the purpose of style. It literally means "cinnabar and blue-green" in Korean. Applying dancheong on the surfaces of buildings require trained skills, and artisans called dancheongjang (단청장) designed the painted patterns.

Details of the roof on Deoksugung Palace Seoul, South Korea. Deoksugung is a walled compound of palaces that were inhabited by various Korean royalty until the colonial period, around the turn of the century.

Jung Yul Park, a pojagi artist and master of traditional Korean embroidery.

Jung Yul Park, a pojagi artist and master of traditional Korean embroidery. Possibility for the sewing room window.

한복 hanbok, Korean traditional clothes

Korea, Joseon Dynasty, Ceremonial Costume of Highest ranking Royal Consort, Keun Meori Hairstyle, Another staggering look at ceremonial dress for the K-drama _Dong Yi_

Stamp - Korea

These were done as part of a tourism series it looks like. Hwal Ot means something along the lines of traditional Korean clothing. This is a woman in a wedding hanbok.

Midnight Blue Traditional #Korean #embroidery

a masterwork by contemporary artist Ms. Han Sang-su, designated "Living National Treasure" of classical Embroidery

Korean Embroidery

Korean Art, Hand Sewn, Korean Traditional, Jacobean, Hand Embroidery, Handicraft, Textile Art, Needlework, Fiber

Hanbok with fancy traditional head wear.

Korea: Hanbok (South Korea) or Chosŏn-ot (North Korea) is the traditional Korean…

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