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여름 전통 소재를 탐하다 : 라이프 매거진

여름 전통 소재를 탐하다 : 라이프 매거진

The piece had a very full sleeves and its lower par had splits as shown on the picture. The splits was on the both sides of the clothing and sometimes on the back.

The piece had a very full sleeves and its lower par had splits as shown on the picture. The splits was on the both sides of the clothing and sometimes on the back.

Gauze Jeoksam/unlined jacket, excavated from the tomb of Yang, the wife of Jeong(1481-1538). 60 cm long and 76 cm wide. The gauze jeoksam with scrolled lotus pattern is stamped with Buddhist writings on the front panel, rear panel and sleeves. At the Dankook University Seok Juseon Memorial Museum.

Gauze Jeoksam/unlined jacket, excavated from the tomb of Yang, the wife of Jeong(1481-1538). 60 cm long and 76 cm wide. The gauze jeoksam with scrolled lotus pattern is stamped with Buddhist writings on the front panel, rear panel and sleeves. At the Dankook University Seok Juseon Memorial Museum.

Dang-ui (당의, 唐衣), knee-length jacket, open at the sides, for court-wear. Silk brocade fabric with purple breast ties. From the reign of King Seonjo (ruled 1567-1608). Important Folklore Material 57. It is decorated with the characters for 'long life', 'happiness' and the patterns of the seven treasures, pomegranates peonies on a light brown ground.

Dang-ui (당의, 唐衣), knee-length jacket, open at the sides, for court-wear. Silk brocade fabric with purple breast ties. From the reign of King Seonjo (ruled 1567-1608). Important Folklore Material 57. It is decorated with the characters for 'long life', 'happiness' and the patterns of the seven treasures, pomegranates peonies on a light brown ground.

Quilted and lined ladies' trousers (Gyeomnubibaji) of the wife of Chae Muyeok (1537-1594). Look similar to Dansokgot that are worn underneath the chima (skirt). Important Folklore Materials 109-1-2.

Quilted and lined ladies' trousers (Gyeomnubibaji) of the wife of Chae Muyeok (1537-1594). Look similar to Dansokgot that are worn underneath the chima (skirt). Important Folklore Materials 109-1-2.

Lantern. Wood, paper, bamboo. Mid to late Choson Dynasty.ca. 17th-19th century. #DecorativeKoreanArt

Lantern. Wood, paper, bamboo. Mid to late Choson Dynasty.ca. 17th-19th century. #DecorativeKoreanArt

Gwanbok of Kim Wi (mid-Joseon dynasty). Important Folklore Material 118-16

Gwanbok of Kim Wi (mid-Joseon dynasty). Important Folklore Material 118-16

Unlined, hemp Dansokgot/Unlined Underpants, patched with 24cm wide ramie cuffs. Excavated from the tomb of the Danyang Uo clan, belonging to the wife of Goh. L 91㎝ W 63㎝ Waist 92㎝ Waistband width 9.5㎝ "A suspender-like strap, 23cm in length, is attached on the waist band, and the adjusting ties" partly remain. The side slit is 12cm long. Circa the time of the Imjinwaeran? At the Dankook University Seok Juseon Memorial Museum.

Unlined, hemp Dansokgot/Unlined Underpants, patched with 24cm wide ramie cuffs. Excavated from the tomb of the Danyang Uo clan, belonging to the wife of Goh. L 91㎝ W 63㎝ Waist 92㎝ Waistband width 9.5㎝ "A suspender-like strap, 23cm in length, is attached on the waist band, and the adjusting ties" partly remain. The side slit is 12cm long. Circa the time of the Imjinwaeran? At the Dankook University Seok Juseon Memorial Museum.

Doa (Tasseled Cord for Man’s Coat), 16th century. From the tomb of Sim SuRyun(1534~1589) in Yongin. At the Gyeonggi Provincial Museum, http://www.musenet.or.kr/english/collections/show.asp?ct=6=532

Doa (Tasseled Cord for Man’s Coat), 16th century. From the tomb of Sim SuRyun(1534~1589) in Yongin. At the Gyeonggi Provincial Museum, http://www.musenet.or.kr/english/collections/show.asp?ct=6=532

17th century Chima (Skirt) from the "tomb of Jyeong KwangKyung’s wife, Mrs. Min(1586~1644).... This padded wrap-skirt consists of 5 panels sewn together in a peony pattern. Both waistband and sash are well preserved." At the Gyeonggi Provincial Museum http://www.musenet.or.kr/english/collections/show.asp?ct=6=487

17th century Chima (Skirt) from the "tomb of Jyeong KwangKyung’s wife, Mrs. Min(1586~1644).... This padded wrap-skirt consists of 5 panels sewn together in a peony pattern. Both waistband and sash are well preserved." At the Gyeonggi Provincial Museum http://www.musenet.or.kr/english/collections/show.asp?ct=6=487

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