Diagram showing evolution of the jeogori over time. Upper left is ca. 1509-1850, while upper right is 1584-1654. Lower left is ca. 1664-1722 and lower right is ca. 1818-1879. From the article "Joseon women's jacket length 300 years" by Heo Yunhui.

Diagram showing evolution of the jeogori over time. Upper left is ca. 1509-1850, while upper right is 1584-1654. Lower left is ca. 1664-1722 and lower right is ca. 1818-1879. From the article "Joseon women's jacket length 300 years" by Heo Yunhui.

Parts of Royal Ceremonial Attire

Parts of Royal Ceremonial Attire

Womens' Hair Style of the Joseon Dynasty by Glimja on deviantART

Womens' Hair Style of the Joseon Dynasty by Glimja on deviantART

Jjok-jin-meori by Glimja.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Jjok-jin-meori by Glimja.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

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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pattern

그동안 그렸던 것 모음 : 네이버 카페

그동안 그렸던 것 모음 : 네이버 카페

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