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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."

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A moshi (Korean ramie) military officer's coat, pleated at the waist (cheollik) 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) military officer's coat, pleated at the waist (cheollik) 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.

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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.

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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

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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

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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.

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A silk military officer's coat, pleated at the waist (cheollik) 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 military officer's coat, pleated at the waist (cheollik) 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.

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통영포립 (tong-yeongpolib) 45×15cm 총모자와 죽사(竹絲)로 엮은 양태로 되어 있고, 양태 위에 명주나 삼베를 입혀 옻칠한 갓이다.

통영포립 (tong-yeongpolib) 45×15cm 총모자와 죽사(竹絲)로 엮은 양태로 되어 있고, 양태 위에 명주나 삼베를 입혀 옻칠한 갓이다.

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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.

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Budeulsin (sandals woven from silk or cotton threads), Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 209. Kim Ham (1568-1598) was a Joseon Dynasty general, died after fighting with Japanese pirates. Source: http://jikimi.cha.go.kr/english/search_plaza_new/ECulresult_Db_View.jsp?VdkVgwKey=18,02090000,36=*=0=EN_03_02

Budeulsin (sandals woven from silk or cotton threads), Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 209. Kim Ham (1568-1598) was a Joseon Dynasty general, died after fighting with Japanese pirates. Source: http://jikimi.cha.go.kr/english/search_plaza_new/ECulresult_Db_View.jsp?VdkVgwKey=18,02090000,36=*=0=EN_03_02

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