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H A N B O K 11/29/2005 A project by YANG HYE JUNG For Miguel Llora, MA
CONTENTS Han bok ’ s kinds (women) Han bok ’ s colors Han bok ’ s accessories
Women ’ s Traditional Han Bok Jeogori (shirts) Chima (skirt) Otgoreum knot (lace-han bok doesn’t have any button. It has button and zipper’s role.) Norigae (accessories) Binyio (hair accessories) Durumagi (jacket) Ggetdong (bottom of sleeve)
Han Bok ’ s color Korean traditional costume's basic color is yellow, red, blue, black and white. Each color is symbolic and has meaning. Yellow means center and ground. Red means north and fire. Blue means east and tree. Black means north and water. White means west and gold. However gold symbolizes emperor, so the general public can ’ t use it. White is the most popular hanbok color. Red and deep blue are often used as skirt colors. Young people often use vivid violet. Middle aged folks often use deep violet. More senior people often use a dark shade of violet.
Han Bok ’ s color In the Choson Dynasty period, people wore different cloth style and color depending on social position and class. Cloth discriminates between nobles and common people. The basic style is the same for both nobles and commoners. However, nobles wore a han bok with more expensive fabric. To signify social position more intricately designed embroidery in their Ggetdong and Otgoreum. Unmarried women usually wore a vivid red color Chima and vivid Jeogori. New bride also usually use vivid red color Chima and light green Jeogori. When married women ’ s an Otgoreum is usually violet, signifying that she is very happy with her husband. Conversely, married women use a deep blue Chima and jade green Jeogori. If a married women ’ s Ggetdong color is deep blue, it means she has son. However, today color has less and less significance. Color today is a matter of taste.
Han Bok ’ s Accessories In the Choson Dynasty, people used different hair accessories based on social status or class. Binyio (main hair accessories) Deekogi (sub hair accessories)
The traditional Han bok does not have a bag. Women place an accessory on their waist or handle making a separate bag. It is called a Korean “ lucky bag. ” These bags are made in many different colors, embroideries, and on a letter pattern. Korean lucky bags are made in different colors, each color signifying a social position. Currently, women use lucky bags to ornament their Han bok. In the Choson Dynasty period, the Lunar New Year ’ s Day or January, in Korea lucky bags are given as presents to relatives and progeny. Han Bok ’ s Accessories
A Norigae makes the han bok more beautiful. Sometime people keep perfume and emergency medicine in their Norigae. Han Bok ’ s Accessories