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Korean Traditional Hanboks – christinathepolyglot. 안녕하세요 여러분!

Korean Traditional Hanboks – christinathepolyglot

Hello everyone! So for my senior presentation I had to do for school, I decided to do my topic on Korean traditional hanboks. Today, exactly one year ago, is the day I left for South Korea. So let me share my love of South Korea and the Korean culture, and inform you.. Below are all the information on the different components of the Korean 한복 I composed ( and also pictures that go along with them).

*Note: Quite of few of the pictures are of actors and actresses from various historical Korean dramas. Korean Traditional Hanboks History: The hanbok is the traditional dress of North and South Korea. For example-In the summertime, the 양반/yangban (which were members of the highest social class during the Joseon Dynasty) wore hanboks made of ramie, and commoners wore hanboks made of hemp.In the wintertime, the 양반/yangban wore hanboks made of silk and satin, while the commoners wore hanboks made of cotton.

Main Components: There are two main components of the Korean hanbok. Colors: 갓/gat. Traditional Korean Clothing: Kdrama Style – the talking cupboard. I’m not being that productive nowadays, partly because I’m only watching a drama right now and my internet connection is still merciless to give me opportunity to watch even that single drama.

Traditional Korean Clothing: Kdrama Style – the talking cupboard

With that reason, I am currently watching the dramas that I’ve watched before (only bits, I skipped some parts that annoyed me). I came across some periodic or historical Kdramas, which is also known as sageuk, and I’m thinking, “How about searching for some info about the clothing?” The colorful hanboks always make the actors and actresses look better, so why not gain some knowledge about them, even only by knowing their names? It doesn’t hurt anybody, I think. And another reason : because I miss the actors and actresses in hanboks. Kimono Care 1 – Washing Kimono (Arai-hari) 洗い張り. Cleaning and Caring for Your Japanese Textiles I’ve received many inquiries regarding how one goes about taking care of kimono and other Japanese garments.

Kimono Care 1 – Washing Kimono (Arai-hari) 洗い張り

I will approach this in two segments. This first section will deal with cleaning, and the next installment will treat general care and storage. In Japan, traditional garments were disassembled to launder. At first glance, this may seem like a very peculiar practice, however, let’s look at it in its historical context: The school I attended as a child was attached to a convent, and as it happened, in first grade I sat next to a glass door that lead to a sunny courtyard. One day I This looks like way too much fun! Noticed an elderly nun sitting in the sun with her sewing. Washing Fabric in the River Kimono have a similar history.

Starching Fabric Pieces to Drying Board During the laundering process, the fabric is inspected, spots removed, holes repaired, and perhaps the entire bolt over-dyed. So you don’t live in Japan? Korean Traditional Hanboks. The history of hanboks. Kimono. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.


Jeune femme en furisode, 1936. Un kimono neuf est particulièrement onéreux, son prix pouvant s’élever à plusieurs milliers d'euros, et le porter est particulièrement compliqué. De nos jours, le kimono est surtout connu par le biais du jour des vingt ans (seijin shiki, 成人式?) , où les jeunes Japonaises portent un furisode pour la photo traditionnelle. Parmi les plus chers, le furisode porté pour cette fête est souvent loué pour l'occasion. Histoire[modifier | modifier le code] Le kimono, en tant que vêtement professionnel, a été maintenant remplacé par le costume occidental comme vêtement de tous les jours. Hanami Web - Kimono. 1.

Hanami Web - Kimono

Introduction Wafuku means traditional Japanese clothing. It is parallel term to yofuku (western clothing). Kimono is perhaps most unique wafuku. In the old times, both men and women used kimonos as everyday costume, but nowadays only women wear it in formal occasions. Usually Japanese women own only one kimono, furisode, and that's what they got from their parents or relatives as a present for seijinshiki. What truly creates kimono atmosphere? "If you wear kimono yourself, it's obvious that the sleeves get in the way as soon as you do anything and that your steps are hindered by the narrow skirt. What ultimately makes kimono, is the way to wear it, not the shininess of kimono fabric itself.

"The kimono has a criminal record. 1.1 The Basic Elements of Kimono. Guide Officiel de Tourisme en Corée : Hanbok Habit Traditionnel Coréen. Le hanbok pour femme se compose d’une grande pièce de tissu attaché au niveau de la poitrine, formant une longue jupe, et d’une veste. Cet ensemble est souvent appelé « chima-jeogori », « chima » étant le mot coréen pour la jupe et « jeogori » désignant la veste. Aufildutemps_Le_HANBOK. Inde1. Inde2. Inde3. Inde4. Inde5. Inde6. Inde7. Histoire vêtement Chine. Vetements asiatiques - vocabulaire. Coiffes mandchoues. Costumes vieux Vietnam. Histoire vêtement Vietnam 1. Histoire vêtement Vietnam 2.