Traditional Korean Costume
The first of its kind to appear in English, this spectacular, detailed volume in full colour celebrating the richness and variety of traditional Korean garments, ornaments and footwear dating back to the Joseon Dynasty will be widely welcomed. It contains over 600 drawings and 200 plates, with detailed commentaries and specific measurements, as well as method of production.
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0.7cm seam allowance armhole attached baeja baji bamboo band binyeo bodice bottom centre back centre front Chang Pudeok Memorial Cheollik chima chrysanthemum collar coloured cord Cotton Length cuffs decorated dongjeong durumagi dwikkoji edge embellished embroidered enamel inlay engraved Eunparan Ewha Womans University flowers folded front and back garment geotseop Goguryeo gold thread Goryeo hair ornaments hair ribbon hairpin hanbok head headdresses heel Hemming stitch hemp shoes horsehair Hwajang indigo blue inside jade Jeogori jingsin Joseon period knot longevity maedeup mituri motifs Museum This example needle Norigae Pendant outer layer pants piece of cloth pleats plum blossom Pudeok Memorial Gallery ramie seam allowance seop sewn shape shoe is turned side Silk Length silk satin skirt sleeves slip stitch straps string strip style tassels Topstitching tuho waist wear wide Width winter cap Womans University Museum women wore Women's Drawers Women's Jacket Women's Shoes worn woven Wristlets Yi Hwang