Hanbok during the Three Kingdoms period [ edit ]
King and queen's clothing during the Silla Kingdom period
Hanbok of Goryeo Dynasty [ edit ]
Copy of portrait of Jeong Mongju (1337∼1392). Redrawn in the 19th century.
Portrait of Lady Jo Ban (1341-1401).
Portrait of Yi Jehyeon, late Goryeo Dynasty.
Hanbok of Joseon Dynasty [ edit ]
Gonryongpo (or ikseongwanpo): business attire for king
Hongryongpo: everyday clothes for king
Hwangryongpo: everyday clothes for king. Gojong began to wear the clothes.
Tongcheongwan (a hat) and Gangsapo
Gold Wonsam English:
Jeogui-Royal wedding ceremony
Gwanbok [ edit ]
Gwanbok (관복 官服) is a general term for business attire of government officers which were initiated to wear from Silla kingdom. There were several types of gwanbok according to status, rank, and occasion.
Gwanbok in the Goryeo period, 11th century.
Gwanbok in the Goryeo period, 14th century.
Gwanbok in the 15th century
Gwanbok in the 17th century
Heuk dallyeongpo in the late 18th century
Geumgwan Jobok in the late 18th century
Sibok in the late 18th century
Day clothings for yangban [ edit ]
Gentlmen [ edit ]
Waryonggwan and hakchangui in 1863.
and blue bokgeon dopo in 1880.
Noble women [ edit ]
Uniform [ edit ]
For Wedding [ edit ]
Commoners [ edit ]
Men's headgear [ edit ]
Jeonnip or called beonggeoji
Women's headgear [ edit ]
Shoes and socks [ edit ]
Beoseon, Korean traditional socks