A traditional bride’s robe features a lotus design to represent the bride’s purity and rebirth in the Buddhist tradition. Thus, it was also auspicious for a ten-folding-panel lotus screen to decorate a woman’s room in the late Joseon period. The backside of this robe is embroidered with lotuses and egrets along the bottom. Peonies and birds appear at the top. On the front and on the sleeves, a phoenix stands on the colored rocks under the peonies.

A traditional bride’s robe features a lotus design to represent the bride’s purity and rebirth in the Buddhist tradition. Thus, it was also auspicious for a ten-folding-panel lotus screen to decorate a woman’s room in the late Joseon period. The backside of this robe is embroidered with lotuses and egrets along the bottom. Peonies and birds appear at the top. On the front and on the sleeves, a phoenix stands on the colored rocks under the peonies.

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(From left to clockwise) Jangbogwan (Korea University Museum); Heukgeon (Korea University Museum); Wongwan (Scholar’s headdress); Jeongjagwan (Men’s indoor headdress)

(From left to clockwise) Jangbogwan (Korea University Museum); Heukgeon (Korea University Museum); Wongwan (Scholar’s headdress); Jeongjagwan (Men’s indoor headdress)

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Korean royal women cosutme in Joseon dynasty "dangui hanbok"

Korean royal women cosutme in Joseon dynasty "dangui hanbok"

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저장완료

저장완료

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금관 조복 (jobok)

금관 조복 (jobok)

심의_관직에 나가 있다가 관직을 떠난 선비가 집에 거처하면서 한가롭게 입는 연거복(燕居服)이다.

심의_관직에 나가 있다가 관직을 떠난 선비가 집에 거처하면서 한가롭게 입는 연거복(燕居服)이다.

구장복 (gujangbok)

구장복 (gujangbok)

The Korean traditional garmet is the Joseon-ot. Originating in the ancient Koguryo kingdom of the Three-kingdoms, the first feudal state in Korea. Its design and variety has been fairly steady from medieval to modern times, differing only based on the season or gender of the wearer. by therese

The Korean traditional garmet is the Joseon-ot. Originating in the ancient Koguryo kingdom of the Three-kingdoms, the first feudal state in Korea. Its design and variety has been fairly steady from medieval to modern times, differing only based on the season or gender of the wearer. by therese

Baeja(Vest)    Excavated from the tomb of Yoon(1735~1754, originated in Papueong) in Yesan, Chuengcheongnam-do    The outer layer is in tabby silk, then cotton padding, the lining in cotton. The baeeja is adjusted with two set of knotted button(button and loop), The side of the front and rear panel are not sewn together but fastened with the sash attached underarm.

Baeja(Vest) Excavated from the tomb of Yoon(1735~1754, originated in Papueong) in Yesan, Chuengcheongnam-do The outer layer is in tabby silk, then cotton padding, the lining in cotton. The baeeja is adjusted with two set of knotted button(button and loop), The side of the front and rear panel are not sewn together but fastened with the sash attached underarm.

1788년(정조 12)의 기록에는 문관 명부는 공작이나 기러기 혹은 백한白鷳을, 무관 명부는 호랑이나 표범, 곰 무늬를 흉배 문양으로 사용하도록 하여 부인들도 남편과 같은 품계의 흉배를 썼음을 알 수 있습니다.

1788년(정조 12)의 기록에는 문관 명부는 공작이나 기러기 혹은 백한白鷳을, 무관 명부는 호랑이나 표범, 곰 무늬를 흉배 문양으로 사용하도록 하여 부인들도 남편과 같은 품계의 흉배를 썼음을 알 수 있습니다.

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