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Traditional clothes from Korea
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Kisaeng (also spelled gisaeng), sometimes called ginyeo (기녀), were officially sanctioned Korean female entertainers or sometimes prostitutes. Kisaeng are artists who work to entertain others, such as the yangbans and kings. First appearing in the Goryeo Dynasty (918 to 1392.), kisaeng were legally entertainers of the government, required to perform various functions for the state.

Kisaeng (also spelled gisaeng), sometimes called ginyeo (기녀), were officially sanctioned Korean female entertainers or sometimes prostitutes. Kisaeng are artists who work to entertain others, such as the yangbans and kings. First appearing in the Goryeo Dynasty (918 to 1392.), kisaeng were legally entertainers of the government, required to perform various functions for the state.

Hanbok, Korean traditional clothes

Hanbok, Korean traditional clothes

-Taken from Deviant Art- By Glimja (Soyeon Lee)

-Taken from Deviant Art- By Glimja (Soyeon Lee)

Korean drama [Cruel Palace - War of Flowers] = 소용조씨[Lady Jo Gwi-in] - 김현주(Kim Hyun-joo)

Korean drama [Cruel Palace - War of Flowers] = 소용조씨[Lady Jo Gwi-in] - 김현주(Kim Hyun-joo)

This is a hanbok for a Korean princess. As you can see, it's very different to the lower class. The dangui (top) is for noble women of the palace, including princess, queen and kings concubine (High rank maids too). Their hanbok was made of the finest materials and special designs like gold thread told you who it belonged to.  Ref: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/555772410240131150/ Welcome to PIN! ARTWORK BELONGS TO ME (SZARLOTKI ON dA) AND S.K BELONGS TO RIGHTFUL OWNER

This is a hanbok for a Korean princess. As you can see, it's very different to the lower class. The dangui (top) is for noble women of the palace, including princess, queen and kings concubine (High rank maids too). Their hanbok was made of the finest materials and special designs like gold thread told you who it belonged to. Ref: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/555772410240131150/ Welcome to PIN! ARTWORK BELONGS TO ME (SZARLOTKI ON dA) AND S.K BELONGS TO RIGHTFUL OWNER

Okay, this is a hanbok from the Joseon dynasty for a middle/common woman. Because their was several classes this one is more for the middle class (Chungin). Better materials than commoner and lower status people and again slight changes as you go down the class system like undergarments and colours. Welcome to PIN! ARTWORK BELONGS TO ME (SZARLOTKI ON dA) AND S.K BELONGS TO RIGHTFUL OWNER

Okay, this is a hanbok from the Joseon dynasty for a middle/common woman. Because their was several classes this one is more for the middle class (Chungin). Better materials than commoner and lower status people and again slight changes as you go down the class system like undergarments and colours. Welcome to PIN! ARTWORK BELONGS TO ME (SZARLOTKI ON dA) AND S.K BELONGS TO RIGHTFUL OWNER

Normal Hats For Commonplace Women by Glimja on deviantART

Normal Hats For Commonplace Women by Glimja on deviantART

Diagram showing evolution of the jeogori over time. Upper left is ca. 1509-1850, while upper right is 1584-1654. Lower left is ca. 1664-1722 and lower right is ca. 1818-1879. From the article "Joseon women's jacket length 300 years" by Heo Yunhui.

Diagram showing evolution of the jeogori over time. Upper left is ca. 1509-1850, while upper right is 1584-1654. Lower left is ca. 1664-1722 and lower right is ca. 1818-1879. From the article "Joseon women's jacket length 300 years" by Heo Yunhui.

"Hanbok through the ages" from an exhibition in 2006 called "The Beauty and Fashions of the Chosun Era."

"Hanbok through the ages" from an exhibition in 2006 called "The Beauty and Fashions of the Chosun Era."

Korean traditional hairpins

Korean traditional hairpins

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