Hanbok, A Queen's Hair by Glimja on deviantART

Hanbok, Womens' Hair / 2012 Hanbok is Korean traditional clothes, especially from During this period,women's hairstyle is mainly centered around 'braiding'.

Joseon bun. If your hair isn't this long, note that the model is using a paranda to add length and thickness.

For Aabu. If your hair isn't this long, note that the model is using a paranda to add length and thickness.

Married Women's hair style (1) by Glimja on deviantART

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 

Daesu by Glimja on deviantART

Daesu by Glimja on deviantART - A traditional ceremonial hairstyle for Korean queens

Tteoguji by Glimja on DeviantArt

"Tteoguji" was a butterfly-shaped wooden accessory for palace ladies' ceremony event - like a royal wedding. But in fact, the queen and other high-level royal ladies had to use Tteoguji even in normal days, contrary to many Korean historical drama ^_^

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