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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.

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Jangot (overcoat), early 17th C.

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"A long Jeogori excavated from Lady Kim of Gangneung (region), died at age 38. She is assumed to be a person lived in 1520’s. It is a padded winter clothes with lotus and auspicious patterned silk fabric on the outer layer. The length of Git (collar) is same on each side and there are gathers under the point that collars meet. It must have been worn as an outer garment over a short Jeogori." At the Seok Juseon Memorial Museum, Dankook University, via the Google Cultural Institute.

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.

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

Hongsam (red jacket), Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 3-3. "This red jacket... was worn by Lady Yu, wife of King Gwanghaegun (r.1608-1623).... The hongsam was worn by women of the court and the aristocracy.... Made of red silk on the outside and white silk on the inside, it is closed with a breast tie and measures 78cm in length, and 98.5cm in width from the center back to the end of the sleeve."