16th century dress and hairstyle of a servant, based on the painting "Hojonanggwangyehodo “Fraternity Meeting of Mid-level Officials of the Ministry of Revenue” (호조낭관계회도, 戶曺郎官契會圖), ca. 1550. Taken from the pamphlet "제7기 상주박물관 전통문화대학 강의일정표" at http://museum.sangju.go.kr/open.content/ko/education/data/?f=221|%ec%a0%9c8%ea%b8%b0+%ec%a0%84%ed%86%b5%eb%ac%b8%ed%99%94%eb%8c%80%ed%95%99+%ec%9e%90%eb%a3%8c%ec%a7%91(%ec%b6%95%ec%86%8c).pdf There is also a reconstruction of male dress in the document.
Reconstructed 16th century women's jangot, from "조선시대 우리 옷의 멋과 유행". At the Google Cultural Institute.
Skirt and Jacket Period: 17th century Size: length, waist, width(skirt) 90×84×354.5cm length, length of arm, width of armpit, shoulder width 54×80.5×31×56cm
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Womens' Hair Style of the Joseon Dynasty by Glimja on deviantART
various productions of Hwang Jin Yi. These braids seem to be fastened around a metal/plastic? stand, which is then placed on the head for support. If you watch this video of a lady getting dressed up for a photo package in Korea, you will see how the wig comes on a stand and is positioned around the head. This ridiculous getup that resembles a funeral wreath illustrates it more clearly. Braid around a braid around a braid.