Korean Traditional Clothes. Top:Three Kindoms of Korea, Balhae, Gaya, Bottom:Unified Silla, Goryeo, Joseon. #hanbok
Hanbok Story 3 by Glimja
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Reconstruction of 16th century women's dress, from the Cheongju Han tomb, featuring a hoejangjeogori from "조선시대 우리 옷의 멋과 유행". At the Google Cultural Institute.
Reconstructions of 15th and 16th century hanbok. Source: http://blog.naver.com/PostView.nhn?blogId=gahee144=40051369354 But no references given :(
Historical reconstruction of 16th century Female hanbok.
"A Jangot excavated from the romb of Lady Song of Eunjin, the wife of Jung, Eungdoo (丁應斗: 1508∼1572). Jangot was favored as an overcoat for women until late Joseon period. The coat is padded with cotton wool and hand quilted; outer layer is made of silk with a lotus and vine pattern. There are large armhole patches called Moo on each side, they come down along the side seam to help the ease of movement and retain the pleats of the skirt worn inside." at the Seok Juseon Memorial Museum.
16th century dress and hairstyle of a servant, based on the painting "Hojonanggwangyehodo “Fraternity Meeting of Mid-level Officials of the Ministry of Revenue” (호조낭관계회도, 戶曺郎官契會圖), ca. 1550. Taken from the pamphlet "제7기 상주박물관 전통문화대학 강의일정표" at http://museum.sangju.go.kr/open.content/ko/education/data/?f=221|%ec%a0%9c8%ea%b8%b0+%ec%a0%84%ed%86%b5%eb%ac%b8%ed%99%94%eb%8c%80%ed%95%99+%ec%9e%90%eb%a3%8c%ec%a7%91(%ec%b6%95%ec%86%8c).pdf There is also a reconstruction of male dress in the document.
"A pair of women’s shoes from the tomb of Lady Kim of Gang-reung (died at 38)." circa 1520. From Seok Juseon Memorial Museum, Dankook University.