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MMZ - 충무공 이순신 장군 두정갑 무장.

MMZ - 충무공 이순신 장군 두정갑 무장.

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A moshi (Korean ramie) military officer's coat, pleated at the waist (cheollik) from the "tomb of Go Un (1479-1530), a leading figure representing the Neo-Confucian literati based in the Honam (Jeolla) region during the mid-Joseon Dynasty.... Made of cotton, ramie and silk, the clothes appear to have been worn by Go Un while he was alive." Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 239.

A moshi (Korean ramie) military officer's coat, pleated at the waist (cheollik) from the "tomb of Go Un (1479-1530), a leading figure representing the Neo-Confucian literati based in the Honam (Jeolla) region during the mid-Joseon Dynasty.... Made of cotton, ramie and silk, the clothes appear to have been worn by Go Un while he was alive." Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 239.

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Reconstructed 16th century women's jangot, from "조선시대 우리 옷의 멋과 유행". At the Google Cultural Institute.

Reconstructed 16th century women's jangot, from "조선시대 우리 옷의 멋과 유행". At the Google Cultural Institute.

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Silk brocade, originally blue. From a jingnyeong (overcoat worn by men) belonging to Gwanghaegun or Prince Gwanghae (1575 – 1641; reigned 1608–1623). Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 3-1.

Silk brocade, originally blue. From a jingnyeong (overcoat worn by men) belonging to Gwanghaegun or Prince Gwanghae (1575 – 1641; reigned 1608–1623). Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 3-1.

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Lovely little chill-out spot

Lovely little chill-out spot

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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