http://m.grafolio.com/works/323758

http://m.grafolio.com/works/323758

Hanbok pattern?

Hanbok pattern?

Thought it would be fun to create a series showcasing nth century fashions of the Sinosphere (aka the East Asian cultural sphere/Confucian world, aka countries culturally influenced by China). I de...

Thought it would be fun to create a series showcasing nth century fashions of the Sinosphere (aka the East Asian cultural sphere/Confucian world, aka countries culturally influenced by China). I de...

여자한복조끼허리축소패턴 - 출처 : 패션스타트

여자한복조끼허리축소패턴 - 출처 : 패션스타트

Cheolik is probably the famous and popular gown of Joseon's men.  1) It was the one-piece gown made by sewing the upper(Jeogori) and a skirt(Chima). 2) the skirt part was very wrinkled. 3) usually sleeves could be tore off from the body, connected with buttons at other times.  And this was also a uniform for military officers, You can check it in Yungbok.

Cheolik is probably the famous and popular gown of Joseon's men. 1) It was the one-piece gown made by sewing the upper(Jeogori) and a skirt(Chima). 2) the skirt part was very wrinkled. 3) usually sleeves could be tore off from the body, connected with buttons at other times. And this was also a uniform for military officers, You can check it in Yungbok.

Short Sleeve Gowns by Glimja.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt - When men wore a short sleeve gown, they always had to use it on the other long-sleeve gown.  Dapo was probably the one used most popular and for a long time. In the middle Joseon, during many wars, people made outers with shorter sleeves - like Jeonbok / Kwaeja.  But they weren't classified surely. And in the late Joseon, people just used the name "Kwaeja" for all type short-sleeve clothes.

Short Sleeve Gowns by Glimja.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt - When men wore a short sleeve gown, they always had to use it on the other long-sleeve gown. Dapo was probably the one used most popular and for a long time. In the middle Joseon, during many wars, people made outers with shorter sleeves - like Jeonbok / Kwaeja. But they weren't classified surely. And in the late Joseon, people just used the name "Kwaeja" for all type short-sleeve clothes.

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