Korean Hanbok

The Korean nation cloth is distinguished with round an simplicity of lines. Sleev of jacket is wide and as long wing. The skirt broad and it begins from chest and let down as refined falds till floor. The line of chest grown prettier with rihbon. It’s part are let down till knee.

The jacket and skivt’s are decorative designed with line of flowers. After the war, hanbok changed with evropein cloth. Now the wear nation cloth only in holidays.

But in 1996 they tried to return their cloth. Superintendet of work bring in new cloth, which is oriented on younth. They liked this idea.

Hanbok is the traditional Korean dress. It is often characterized by vibrant colors and simple lines without pockets. Although the term literally means “Korean clothing”, Hanbok today often refers specifically to Hanbok of Joseon Dynasty and is worn as semi-formal or formal wear during traditional festivals and celebrations. Modern Hanbok does not exactly follow the actual style as worn in Joseon dynasty since it went through some major changes during the 20th century for practical reasons.

Throughout history, Korean had a dual clothing tradition, in which rulers and aristocrats adopted different kinds of mixed foreign-influenced indigeneous styles, while the commoners continued to use a distinct style of indigenous clothing that today is known as Hanbok.

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