Korean culture

Steps to wear hanbok

Steps to wear hanbok

Baby boy's hanbok

Baby boy's hanbok

This hairstyle is called "Saeang-meori" or "Saeng-meori" (Meori means the hair).  It is the formal style for girldom. Unmarried women just braided their hair normally, but they made the hair like this when they enter the palace (for full dress).  And this was also the hairstyle for some young court ladies, but not everyone. Just for high level maids. For example, in fact, Dae Jang Geum coudn't make her hair like this because royal kitchen ladies were in low level position.

This hairstyle is called "Saeang-meori" or "Saeng-meori" (Meori means the hair). It is the formal style for girldom. Unmarried women just braided their hair normally, but they made the hair like this when they enter the palace (for full dress). And this was also the hairstyle for some young court ladies, but not everyone. Just for high level maids. For example, in fact, Dae Jang Geum coudn't make her hair like this because royal kitchen ladies were in low level position.

Hanbok, Scholar's Hats by Glimja

Hanbok, Scholar's Hats by Glimja

Hanbok, Men's Hats by Glimja

Hanbok, Men's Hats by Glimja

"Daesu-Meori" was a hairstyle for the queen when the biggest events like the coronation.  arrange the original hair Jjok and wear a triangle shaped accessory named "Daesu", which is like a hat made of wig(Gache).  Daesu was only for the queen, not any other royal harem. This the most luxury hair style was always used with Jeokui ;

"Daesu-Meori" was a hairstyle for the queen when the biggest events like the coronation. arrange the original hair Jjok and wear a triangle shaped accessory named "Daesu", which is like a hat made of wig(Gache). Daesu was only for the queen, not any other royal harem. This the most luxury hair style was always used with Jeokui ;

Korean scholar seonbi 선비

Korean scholar seonbi 선비

Korean commoner

Korean commoner

Korean guard

Korean guard

가마꾼 gamakkun

가마꾼 gamakkun

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