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Gat , a traditional head gear for Joseon males. (From left to clockwise) Jangbogwan; Heukgeon ; Wongwan (Scholar’s headdress); Jeongjagwan (Men’s indoor headdress) (Korea University Museum)

Gat , a traditional head gear for Joseon males. (From left to clockwise) Jangbogwan; Heukgeon ; Wongwan (Scholar’s headdress); Jeongjagwan (Men’s indoor headdress) (Korea University Museum)

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."

Blue, silk brocade jingnyeong (overcoat worn by men) belonging to Gwanghaegun or Prince Gwanghae (1575 – 1641; reigned 1608–1623). Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 3-1.

Blue, silk brocade jingnyeong (overcoat worn by men) belonging to Gwanghaegun or Prince Gwanghae (1575 – 1641; reigned 1608–1623). Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 3-1.

Cheollik (Coat with Pleats), 16th century, from he tomb of Sim SuRyun(1534~1589). "The cheollik was a kind of coat worn under the Joseon Dynasty government official uniform. This delicate padded coat has a gusset under the armhole. The fabric used for goreumbadae(small fabric attached under the goreum) is silk satin damask with gold lotus flower pattern." At Gyeonggi Provincial Museum, http://www.musenet.or.kr/english/collections/show.asp?ct=6=536

Cheollik (Coat with Pleats), 16th century, from he tomb of Sim SuRyun(1534~1589). "The cheollik was a kind of coat worn under the Joseon Dynasty government official uniform. This delicate padded coat has a gusset under the armhole. The fabric used for goreumbadae(small fabric attached under the goreum) is silk satin damask with gold lotus flower pattern." At Gyeonggi Provincial Museum, http://www.musenet.or.kr/english/collections/show.asp?ct=6=536

Underwear (sokgot) of Kim Ham. Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 209. Kim Ham (1568-1598) was a Joseon Dynasty general, died after fighting with Japanese pirates.

Underwear (sokgot) of Kim Ham. Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 209. Kim Ham (1568-1598) was a Joseon Dynasty general, died after fighting with Japanese pirates.

A moshi (Korean ramie) coat with a straight collar and short sleeves (dapho), from the "tomb of Go Un (1479-1530), a leading figure representing the Neo-Confucian literati based in the Honam (Jeolla) region during the mid-Joseon Dynasty.... Made of cotton, ramie and silk, the clothes appear to have been worn by Go Un while he was alive." Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 239.

A moshi (Korean ramie) coat with a straight collar and short sleeves (dapho), from the "tomb of Go Un (1479-1530), a leading figure representing the Neo-Confucian literati based in the Honam (Jeolla) region during the mid-Joseon Dynasty.... Made of cotton, ramie and silk, the clothes appear to have been worn by Go Un while he was alive." Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 239.

Jungchimak (Coat with Side Slits)From the tomb of Jyeong JaeHoo (1624~1695) "Jyeong JaeHoo, the grandson of Jeong KwangKyung, was a magistrate under the rule of King Sookjong. This type of coat, called a jungchimak was worn by noblemen as an everyday costume. It was worn over the jeogori and has a long side slit up to the underarm. This one is quilted and lined with silk tabby textile." At the Gyeonggi Provincial Museum http://www.musenet.or.kr/english/collections/show.asp?ct=6=514

Jungchimak (Coat with Side Slits)From the tomb of Jyeong JaeHoo (1624~1695) "Jyeong JaeHoo, the grandson of Jeong KwangKyung, was a magistrate under the rule of King Sookjong. This type of coat, called a jungchimak was worn by noblemen as an everyday costume. It was worn over the jeogori and has a long side slit up to the underarm. This one is quilted and lined with silk tabby textile." At the Gyeonggi Provincial Museum http://www.musenet.or.kr/english/collections/show.asp?ct=6=514

A silk coat with a straight collar and short sleeves (dapho), from the "tomb of Go Un (1479-1530), a leading figure representing the Neo-Confucian literati based in the Honam (Jeolla) region during the mid-Joseon Dynasty.... Made of cotton, ramie and silk, the clothes appear to have been worn by Go Un while he was alive." Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 239.

A silk coat with a straight collar and short sleeves (dapho), from the "tomb of Go Un (1479-1530), a leading figure representing the Neo-Confucian literati based in the Honam (Jeolla) region during the mid-Joseon Dynasty.... Made of cotton, ramie and silk, the clothes appear to have been worn by Go Un while he was alive." Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 239.

A coat with a straight collar and short sleeves (dapho), from the "tomb of Go Un (1479-1530), a leading figure representing the Neo-Confucian literati based in the Honam (Jeolla) region during the mid-Joseon Dynasty.... Made of cotton, ramie and silk, the clothes appear to have been worn by Go Un while he was alive." Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 239.

A coat with a straight collar and short sleeves (dapho), from the "tomb of Go Un (1479-1530), a leading figure representing the Neo-Confucian literati based in the Honam (Jeolla) region during the mid-Joseon Dynasty.... Made of cotton, ramie and silk, the clothes appear to have been worn by Go Un while he was alive." Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 239.

late period Chima from Seoul. It's constructed with 10 panels and is padded. The skirt is quilted in intervals

late period Chima from Seoul. It's constructed with 10 panels and is padded. The skirt is quilted in intervals

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