Assortment of maedeup (knots) that are used on Norigae #KoreanDesign #KoreanTextiles

Assortment of maedeup (knots) that are used on Norigae #KoreanDesign #KoreanTextiles

hanbok pieces

hanbok pieces

Sin Yunbok, Beautiful Woman, 18 c.

Sin Yunbok, Beautiful Woman, 18 c.

The Last Queen of Korea, Min-bi

The Last Queen of Korea, Min-bi

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Queen Min, the last queen of Korea

Queen Min, the last queen of Korea

Cloisonné hair pin with bamboo and plum flower design, Joseon (1392-1910),  National Museum of Korea

Cloisonné hair pin with bamboo and plum flower design, Joseon (1392-1910), National Museum of Korea

Cheolrik from the Byun-su tomb (邊脩) (1447-1524).   For more information, see: Choi Eun-so 2003. "A Research on Waist lined Coat with Pleats based on the Excavated Costume from the Byun-su (1447-1524) Tomb" _The Korean Society of Costume_ 53(4);163-176  http://ocean.kisti.re.kr/downfile/volume/ksc/BSHHBV/2003/v53n4/BSHHBV_2003_v53n4_163.pdf  It has been designated Important Folk Material No. 264. (중요민속자료 제264호)

Cheolrik from the Byun-su tomb (邊脩) (1447-1524). For more information, see: Choi Eun-so 2003. "A Research on Waist lined Coat with Pleats based on the Excavated Costume from the Byun-su (1447-1524) Tomb" _The Korean Society of Costume_ 53(4);163-176 http://ocean.kisti.re.kr/downfile/volume/ksc/BSHHBV/2003/v53n4/BSHHBV_2003_v53n4_163.pdf It has been designated Important Folk Material No. 264. (중요민속자료 제264호)

This official robe was excavated from the tomb of Mrs. Yu, located in Ansong City, Gyeonggi Province. The body of the robe, and belt, is of plain silk, with two embroidered rank badges on the front and back displaying a puma and a  tiger. Dated to the 16th century, it was donated in 2004 to the Gyeonggi Provincial Museum by the Jinjoo Yu clan. Via the Virtual Collection of Asian Masterpieces.

This official robe was excavated from the tomb of Mrs. Yu, located in Ansong City, Gyeonggi Province. The body of the robe, and belt, is of plain silk, with two embroidered rank badges on the front and back displaying a puma and a tiger. Dated to the 16th century, it was donated in 2004 to the Gyeonggi Provincial Museum by the Jinjoo Yu clan. Via the Virtual Collection of Asian Masterpieces.

Korea_Spring_of_Insadong_38 by KOREA.NET - Official page of the Republic of Korea, via Flickr

Korea_Spring_of_Insadong_38 by KOREA.NET - Official page of the Republic of Korea, via Flickr

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