Jang-ot (Coat Style Veil) of Princess Deok-on | Princess Deok-on (the third daughter of King Soonjo, 1822~1844) | Important Folklore Material No.211 Seok Juseon Memorial Museum, Dankook University

Jang-ot (Coat Style Veil) of Princess Deok-on | Princess Deok-on (the third daughter of King Soonjo, 1822~1844) | Important Folklore Material No.211 Seok Juseon Memorial Museum, Dankook University

King Yungjo’s Outer Coat

King Yungjo’s Outer Coat

The dapho (left) is a short-sleeved garment usually worn over an outer coat and the jeonbok is a sleeveless, collarless robe worn over the durumagi.

The dapho (left) is a short-sleeved garment usually worn over an outer coat and the jeonbok is a sleeveless, collarless robe worn over the durumagi.

Lined and quilted cheollik, found in the grave of the wife of Chae Muyeok (1537-1594), identified as Kim. Important Folklore Materials 109-1. It is believed that Kim wore this coat as an everyday garment. "The jacket-style upper part is rather short and under the armpits are attached a different kind of cloth called mu. The garment also has quite wide hoejang (contrasting trim) and samsu (cuffs).... As a garment from the early Joseon Dynasty, it has a right-angled collar."

Lined and quilted cheollik, found in the grave of the wife of Chae Muyeok (1537-1594), identified as Kim. Important Folklore Materials 109-1. It is believed that Kim wore this coat as an everyday garment. "The jacket-style upper part is rather short and under the armpits are attached a different kind of cloth called mu. The garment also has quite wide hoejang (contrasting trim) and samsu (cuffs).... As a garment from the early Joseon Dynasty, it has a right-angled collar."

철릭은 첩리帖裡, 천익天翼 등으로 불렸으며, 16세기 중반까지는 관복인 단령 밑에 받쳐 입는 받침옷이었으나 중종 때 이후 융복戎服이 되어 상하를 막론하고 착용하는 일종의 군복이 되었습니다.

철릭은 첩리帖裡, 천익天翼 등으로 불렸으며, 16세기 중반까지는 관복인 단령 밑에 받쳐 입는 받침옷이었으나 중종 때 이후 융복戎服이 되어 상하를 막론하고 착용하는 일종의 군복이 되었습니다.

http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/culture/2015/03/148_18882.html

http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/culture/2015/03/148_18882.html

플레인에 쌓인 #예쁜한복 에 관한 모든 것

플레인에 쌓인 #예쁜한복 에 관한 모든 것

오목누비저고리를 비롯해 김해자 장인이 만든 각종 누비 한복들. korean quilted clothes,

오목누비저고리를 비롯해 김해자 장인이 만든 각종 누비 한복들. korean quilted clothes,

Short Sleeve Gowns by Glimja.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt - When men wore a short sleeve gown, they always had to use it on the other long-sleeve gown. Dapo was probably the one used most popular and for a long time. In the middle Joseon, during many wars, people made outers with shorter sleeves - like Jeonbok / Kwaeja. But they weren't classified surely. And in the late Joseon, people just used the name "Kwaeja" for all type short-sleeve clothes.

Short Sleeve Gowns by Glimja.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt - When men wore a short sleeve gown, they always had to use it on the other long-sleeve gown. Dapo was probably the one used most popular and for a long time. In the middle Joseon, during many wars, people made outers with shorter sleeves - like Jeonbok / Kwaeja. But they weren't classified surely. And in the late Joseon, people just used the name "Kwaeja" for all type short-sleeve clothes.

Dopo is maybe one of the most famous male hanbok. It was a overcoat for men, usually "seonbi", after the mid Joseon. Dopo's special mark is that is has three back hems. Two from the front part are connected on the inside, and the other one from the back part covers them. This shape help to hide underwears, legs, and the inner rumpled, and make the skirt part flutter very lavish.

Dopo is maybe one of the most famous male hanbok. It was a overcoat for men, usually "seonbi", after the mid Joseon. Dopo's special mark is that is has three back hems. Two from the front part are connected on the inside, and the other one from the back part covers them. This shape help to hide underwears, legs, and the inner rumpled, and make the skirt part flutter very lavish.

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