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조복(朝服)  Jobok(Ceremonial Court Outfit with Gold Coronet)

조복(朝服) Jobok(Ceremonial Court Outfit with Gold Coronet)

Jungchimak (Coat with Side Slits)From the tomb of Jyeong JaeHoo (1624~1695) "Jyeong JaeHoo, the grandson of Jeong KwangKyung, was a magistrate under the rule of King Sookjong. This type of coat, called a jungchimak was worn by noblemen as an everyday costume. It was worn over the jeogori and has a long side slit up to the underarm. This one is quilted and lined with silk tabby textile."  At the Gyeonggi Provincial Museum http://www.musenet.or.kr/english/collections/show.asp?ct=6=514

Jungchimak (Coat with Side Slits)From the tomb of Jyeong JaeHoo (1624~1695) "Jyeong JaeHoo, the grandson of Jeong KwangKyung, was a magistrate under the rule of King Sookjong. This type of coat, called a jungchimak was worn by noblemen as an everyday costume. It was worn over the jeogori and has a long side slit up to the underarm. This one is quilted and lined with silk tabby textile." At the Gyeonggi Provincial Museum http://www.musenet.or.kr/english/collections/show.asp?ct=6=514

Myeongjugyeopsamsujeogori/Silk lined jeogori/명주겹삼수저고리. Important Folklore Cultural Heritage  217-4. This jeogori is described as having the "body and sleeves are light green and collar strip (for a Korean Jacket) is white." It is associated with the daughter of Gim Cheom, from the  tomb of Gim Cheom of the Andong Kim clan, and his family. Late 16th/early 17th century.

Myeongjugyeopsamsujeogori/Silk lined jeogori/명주겹삼수저고리. Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 217-4. This jeogori is described as having the "body and sleeves are light green and collar strip (for a Korean Jacket) is white." It is associated with the daughter of Gim Cheom, from the tomb of Gim Cheom of the Andong Kim clan, and his family. Late 16th/early 17th century.

Baji (Pants) belonging to Gho Yeo-gwan. 1530~1580.   Excavated in Ilyoung, Kyeonggi-do.  (L)97cm   (Waist)86cm    (Waistband Width)10cm.    "Double layered pants made of cotton and lined with cotton.... It looked similar to female open clutched baji which has triangle shaped gusset patched on open clutch bottom." Dankook University Seok Juseon Memorial Museum.

Baji (Pants) belonging to Gho Yeo-gwan. 1530~1580. Excavated in Ilyoung, Kyeonggi-do. (L)97cm (Waist)86cm (Waistband Width)10cm. "Double layered pants made of cotton and lined with cotton.... It looked similar to female open clutched baji which has triangle shaped gusset patched on open clutch bottom." Dankook University Seok Juseon Memorial Museum.

Silk cheollik (long jacket with attached skirt), worn by military men, underneath the dapho (sleeveless overcoat). This example is from the tomb of Kim Wi, mid-Joseon period. Important Folklore Material 118-10.

Silk cheollik (long jacket with attached skirt), worn by military men, underneath the dapho (sleeveless overcoat). This example is from the tomb of Kim Wi, mid-Joseon period. Important Folklore Material 118-10.

Mumyeongnubisokgot (Quilted cotton under-pants) of Kim Wi (mid-Joseon dynasty.) Important Folklore Material 118-5.

Mumyeongnubisokgot (Quilted cotton under-pants) of Kim Wi (mid-Joseon dynasty.) Important Folklore Material 118-5.

Late 17th century unlined, gauze Dang-ui (ceremonial jacket) Excavated from the tomb of Yoon (ca.1610-1701) in Paju, Gyeongi-do. Yoon was the wife of Lee Hyeong-bo, the fifth rank government official. The fabric has a lotus pattern, the sleeves have wide cuffs in a white tabby, with a squared collar. The outer breast ties are made of dark brown tabby silk, and the inner ties are smaller and lighter in color. From the Dankook University Seok Juseon Memorial Museum.

Late 17th century unlined, gauze Dang-ui (ceremonial jacket) Excavated from the tomb of Yoon (ca.1610-1701) in Paju, Gyeongi-do. Yoon was the wife of Lee Hyeong-bo, the fifth rank government official. The fabric has a lotus pattern, the sleeves have wide cuffs in a white tabby, with a squared collar. The outer breast ties are made of dark brown tabby silk, and the inner ties are smaller and lighter in color. From the Dankook University Seok Juseon Memorial Museum.

Cheollik (Coat with Pleats), 16th century, from he tomb of Sim SuRyun(1534~1589). "The cheollik was a kind of coat worn under the Joseon Dynasty government official uniform. This delicate padded coat has a gusset under the armhole. The fabric used for goreumbadae(small fabric attached under the goreum) is silk satin damask with gold lotus flower pattern." At Gyeonggi Provincial Museum, http://www.musenet.or.kr/english/collections/show.asp?ct=6=536

Cheollik (Coat with Pleats), 16th century, from he tomb of Sim SuRyun(1534~1589). "The cheollik was a kind of coat worn under the Joseon Dynasty government official uniform. This delicate padded coat has a gusset under the armhole. The fabric used for goreumbadae(small fabric attached under the goreum) is silk satin damask with gold lotus flower pattern." At Gyeonggi Provincial Museum, http://www.musenet.or.kr/english/collections/show.asp?ct=6=536

Myeongjunubisokgot/Quilted silk under-pants from the tomb of Kim Wi (mid-Joseon dynasty.)   Important Folklore Material 118-6

Myeongjunubisokgot/Quilted silk under-pants from the tomb of Kim Wi (mid-Joseon dynasty.) Important Folklore Material 118-6

Chima/skirt "excavated from the tomb of Yang(family originated in Namwon),  the wife of Jeong (family originated in Gyeongju, 1481-1538) in paju, Gyeonggi-do"  Length 133㎝, Waist 93㎝, Width 526㎝. The single layered chima, made of fine tabby silk is stamped with Buddhist scriptures in the knee area, this suggests that the chima was intended for placement in a coffin during burial. At the Dankook Seok Juseon Memorial Museum.

Chima/skirt "excavated from the tomb of Yang(family originated in Namwon), the wife of Jeong (family originated in Gyeongju, 1481-1538) in paju, Gyeonggi-do" Length 133㎝, Waist 93㎝, Width 526㎝. The single layered chima, made of fine tabby silk is stamped with Buddhist scriptures in the knee area, this suggests that the chima was intended for placement in a coffin during burial. At the Dankook Seok Juseon Memorial Museum.

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