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Tibetan Khampa man’s coat (Chuba), hand woven fine cotton twill, Lynx fur lining, silk ties.  (Few small holes and small patch.)  Kham, Tibet 20th C., Length 140cm.

Tibetan Khampa man’s coat (Chuba), hand woven fine cotton twill, Lynx fur lining, silk ties. (Few small holes and small patch.) Kham, Tibet 20th C., Length 140cm.

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The dapho (left) is a short-sleeved garment usually worn over an outer coat and the jeonbok is a sleeveless, collarless robe worn over the durumagi.

The dapho (left) is a short-sleeved garment usually worn over an outer coat and the jeonbok is a sleeveless, collarless robe worn over the durumagi.

Woman's correct street costume. From The passing of Korea. (New York : Doubleday, 1906) Hulbert, Homer B. (Homer Bezaleel) (1863-1949) author

Woman's correct street costume. From The passing of Korea. (New York : Doubleday, 1906) Hulbert, Homer B. (Homer Bezaleel) (1863-1949) author

뉴욕필진ㅡ누비장 김해자

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(Chogori),저고리, 치마 | 75×46cm, 115cm 누비는 옷감을 두툼하게 만들어 보온성을 높이기 위해 두겹의 얇은 옷감 사이에 솜을 넣은 후 일정한 간격으로 촘촘하게 꿰매는 기법이다. 겨울이 길고 추운 우리나라의 기후를 슬기롭게 대처하고자 하였던 여인들의 예지를 엿볼 수 있다

(Chogori),저고리, 치마 | 75×46cm, 115cm 누비는 옷감을 두툼하게 만들어 보온성을 높이기 위해 두겹의 얇은 옷감 사이에 솜을 넣은 후 일정한 간격으로 촘촘하게 꿰매는 기법이다. 겨울이 길고 추운 우리나라의 기후를 슬기롭게 대처하고자 하였던 여인들의 예지를 엿볼 수 있다

A Jangot (장옷) is a type of clothing worn by women of the Joseon Dynasty period as a veil to cover their faces.[1] Jangot is similar to durumagi, or the outer jacket of a hanbok.[1] The difference is, a jangot has a collar (git) and a ribbon for tying (goreum).[1] According to the principles of the Joseon Dynasty's Confucianism, women were ordered not to show their face to foreign men, so they would cover their faces in many ways while going out.

A Jangot (장옷) is a type of clothing worn by women of the Joseon Dynasty period as a veil to cover their faces.[1] Jangot is similar to durumagi, or the outer jacket of a hanbok.[1] The difference is, a jangot has a collar (git) and a ribbon for tying (goreum).[1] According to the principles of the Joseon Dynasty's Confucianism, women were ordered not to show their face to foreign men, so they would cover their faces in many ways while going out.

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