Product Summary :It is one of the Korean outer garments worn by men and women since the Goryeo Dynasty. Especially in Jeju Island, it was worn as a bridal robe at a wedding. Design with proportions as it is in form
Product Summary :The padding material worn by men in the Joseon Dynasty was made to be worn in the cold winter. The existing wide waist is narrowed and a shibori is put on the sleeve to prevent wind from entering.
Product Summary :Inspired by Korean porcelain blue and white porcelain, the design expresses the dignity and uprightness of a man by utilizing the elegant and modern image unique to blue and white porcelain as well as the shape of a woodcut collar and straight lines.
Product Summary :A modified Cheollic coat that borrows from the orthodox rhetoric of Cheollic, the symbol of military service. The difference in length between the front and back adds rhythm and creates a story with the Sumakgae pattern.
Product Summary :Contrast color sheer illusion polka dot fabric is sewn with stitching, and it is a top that modernizes the traditional coated sleeve with a design layered with lace as an inner to make use of French edge tassels.
Product Summary :It was produced with the motif of Tohong Danryeong among the Akgongbok ceremony recorded in Akhak Gwebeom. The pants are designed in a wide-bottom style by borrowing the shape of a horse group using a double color scheme of yellow and black.