Norigae by Glimja.deviantart.com on @deviantART - artist also has more sketches on traditional Korean styling

Norigae by Glimja.deviantart.com on @deviantART - artist also has more sketches on traditional Korean styling

Korean traditional wear: hanbok // Kyung Soo Kim The Full Moon Story, Vogue Korea 2007

Vogue Korea... swooon!!

Korean traditional wear: hanbok // Kyung Soo Kim The Full Moon Story, Vogue Korea 2007

한복 Hanbok : Korean traditional clothes[dress] #modernhanbok

한복 Hanbok : Korean traditional clothes[dress] #modernhanbok

Hanbok Fashion Show in Seoul | Photo by Ryan  Combination of layers sheer + patterned fabric

Hanbok Fashion Show in Seoul | Photo by Ryan Combination of layers sheer + patterned fabric

Korean traditional dress (hanbok)

Korean traditional dress (hanbok)

KOREA_Korean Traditional Crafts 6 (Insadong) by koreaholic, via Flickr

KOREA_Korean Traditional Crafts 6 (Insadong) by koreaholic, via Flickr

Hanbok, Korean traditional clothes | Design by Han Eun Hee 한은희 http://newmodernhanbok.tumblr.com/archive

Hanbok, Korean traditional clothes | Design by Han Eun Hee 한은희 http://newmodernhanbok.tumblr.com/archive

hanbok #Korea traditional dress

hanbok #Korea traditional dress

The Gifts Of Life | the gorgeous and the marvellous, daul kim in a traditional korean hanbok for vogue korea, january 2006 the hanbok’s origin traces back to the nomadic clothing line of the siberian cultural sphere in northern asia during ancient times.

The Gifts Of Life | the gorgeous and the marvellous, daul kim in a traditional korean hanbok for vogue korea, january 2006 the hanbok’s origin traces back to the nomadic clothing line of the siberian cultural sphere in northern asia during ancient times.

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.

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.

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