Korean Art and Design Taegon Kim(1822-1846) also known as St. Andrew Kim Taegon, was Korea’s first native born Catholic priest.

hanboki: “ Taegon also known as St. Andrew Kim Taegon, was Korea’s first native born Catholic priest. Both of his parents were converted Christian, but due to their noble status.

Old Photo of Korean woman ca.1904 All images from Cornell University Library

A young ‘kisaeng’ (singing girl) in full Korean traditional dress, ca. A Korean kisaeng is analagous to a Japanese geisha.

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. #KoreanDesign #KoreanTextiles

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.

Title: Korea Date Created/Published: [between 1910 and 1920] Medium: 1 photographic print. Summary: Geisha girl of palace. Full lgth., seated, (8 - facing right - right side of face is most visible.)

Kisaeng (also spelled gisaeng ), sometimes called ginyeo (기녀), were female Korean entertainers. Kisaeng are artists who work to entertain .

Korean Shaman (1930s)

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북한 공훈과 인민예술가 “김성민” 그림『금강산 풍경』. 1949년 평양시 대성구역 룡남동에서 출생하여 미술 신동에서 관록있는 화가로 대성고등화학전문학교 졸업하고 만수대창작사 조선화

(North Korea) Nodeulgangbyeon dance painted by Kim Seong-min ). Korean brush watercolor on paper.

Vintage photo--Korea

A Korean family poses for a family portrait wearing traditional Korean clothes or hanbok, c. Library of Congress Prints and Photos, Frank and Francis Carpenter Collection

Colonial period postcard "Kee-san" Smithsonian Institution SIRIS archives

Korean officials offered women to Fouk during his journey but he declined. He was on the whole not much attracted to Korean women, whose exposed breasts he likened to "walnut-stained door knobs.

Vintage Korean postcards printed in Japan ca 1910-1940s. All un-captioned, except bottom image - "Kiesaing, beautiful dancing girl, Chosen" which was colorized in a later iteration, shown above it.

Vintage Korean postcards printed in Japan ca All un-captioned, except bottom image - "Kiesaing, beautiful dancing girl, Chosen" which was colorized in a later iteration, shown above it.

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