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한식문화미술공모전 최우수상 '닭의 해, 책거리, 연밥'

한식문화미술공모전 최우수상 '닭의 해, 책거리, 연밥'

Kwanghwa-mun, Seoul, c1910 경복궁 광화문(景福宮 光化門).

Kwanghwa-mun, Seoul, c1910 경복궁 광화문(景福宮 光化門).

OLD KOREA - LAND OF THE MORNING CALM -- Two Kinds of Loads on the Streets of SEOUL | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

OLD KOREA - LAND OF THE MORNING CALM -- Two Kinds of Loads on the Streets of SEOUL | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

OLD KOREA - LAND OF THE MORNING CALM -- The Royal Tombs | Okinawa Soba

OLD KOREA - LAND OF THE MORNING CALM -- The Royal Tombs | Okinawa Soba

Korean girls playing Nol-Ttwigi (Korean see-saw), old Choson, Korea, 1890's

Korean girls playing Nol-Ttwigi (Korean see-saw), old Choson, Korea, 1890's

[Korean officials on a cold day near palace grounds, Seoul.] Collection: Willard Dickerman Straight and Early U.S.-Korea Diplomatic Relations, Cornell University Library ca. 1904

[Korean officials on a cold day near palace grounds, Seoul.] Collection: Willard Dickerman Straight and Early U.S.-Korea Diplomatic Relations, Cornell University Library ca. 1904

OLD KOREA - LAND OF THE MORNING CALM -- Happy boys with grandmother and the water boy, SEOUL | unknown photographer ca 1899-190?

OLD KOREA - LAND OF THE MORNING CALM -- Happy boys with grandmother and the water boy, SEOUL | unknown photographer ca 1899-190?

Juanita dama de las nieves - Mummy Juanita - Wikipedia

Juanita dama de las nieves - Mummy Juanita - Wikipedia

[Korean woman wrapped in cloak] 1904. Korean women from the upper class wore cloaks over their heads on outings, called essugae chimae or changot, which is a coat-style veil. Since the time of King Sejo (1417-1468, women wore this robe worn by the men, and it then evolved as a veil for women. Collection: Willard Dickerman Straight and Early U.S.-Korea Diplomatic Relations, Cornell University Library

[Korean woman wrapped in cloak] 1904. Korean women from the upper class wore cloaks over their heads on outings, called essugae chimae or changot, which is a coat-style veil. Since the time of King Sejo (1417-1468, women wore this robe worn by the men, and it then evolved as a veil for women. Collection: Willard Dickerman Straight and Early U.S.-Korea Diplomatic Relations, Cornell University Library

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