[스페셜 웨딩] ① 가장 새로운 한복을 만나다

[스페셜 웨딩] ① 가장 새로운 한복을 만나다

Basic elements of male hanbok are: baji (trousers), jeogori (jacket), joggi (vest), durumagi (topcoat) and dopo (outer garment worn by upper class people). The lower end of the baji (trouser) tied with a denim (cloth band) well expresses masculine beauty. When going out, upper class men wore dopo and gat (hat). If upper class men went out without being properly clothed, people would speak ill of him behind his back saying that he was an ill-mannered person.

Basic elements of male hanbok are: baji (trousers), jeogori (jacket), joggi (vest), durumagi (topcoat) and dopo (outer garment worn by upper class people). The lower end of the baji (trouser) tied with a denim (cloth band) well expresses masculine beauty. When going out, upper class men wore dopo and gat (hat). If upper class men went out without being properly clothed, people would speak ill of him behind his back saying that he was an ill-mannered person.

Seodamhwa - Wedding Hanbok designed by Song Hye-Mi - Traditional Korean Clothing (photo cropped)

Seodamhwa - Wedding Hanbok designed by Song Hye-Mi - Traditional Korean Clothing (photo cropped)

입고 싶은 우리 옷, 한복 燐

입고 싶은 우리 옷, 한복 燐

홈리빙 포토 | Daum 라이프

홈리빙 포토 | Daum 라이프

Hanbok, Korean Traditional Dress

Hanbok, Korean Traditional Dress

KOREAN HANBOK

KOREAN HANBOK

[MY WEDDING]

[MY WEDDING]

Traditional Hairstyles for Modern Beauties  * Plaited-braids: The plaited-braid was only allowed for unmarried women in the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910). The three-strand braid is tied with a long, red pigtail ribbon (daenggi) at the end, while an ornamental piece (baesssi daenggi) decorates the hair.

Traditional Hairstyles for Modern Beauties * Plaited-braids: The plaited-braid was only allowed for unmarried women in the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910). The three-strand braid is tied with a long, red pigtail ribbon (daenggi) at the end, while an ornamental piece (baesssi daenggi) decorates the hair.

#koreancouple #Bidanhyang

#koreancouple #Bidanhyang

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