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Baji Korea-Seoul 0589-06 traditional dress.JPG baggy pants (see more pictures at commons:Category:Baji)
Baji Korea-Seoul 0589-06 traditional dress.JPG baggy pants (see more pictures at commons:Category:Baji)
Chima Korea-Busan-Beomeosa-04.jpg Chima is a type of skirt worn together with jeogori, short jacket.
Dangui Korean costume-Hanbok-Dangui-Seuranchima-01.jpg Dangui is a female upper garment worn for ceremonial occasions during the Joseon Dynasty.[1] Dangui was also called dang-jeogori (당저고리), dang-jeoksam (당적삼), or dang-hansam (당한삼).[2]
Dopo Interior 1, Unhyeongung - Seoul, Korea.JPG Dopo is a variety of po (an overcoat) mostly worn by male Confucian scholars called seonbi since the mid Joseon period.
Durumagi Korean clothing-Hanbok-Joseon period-02.jpg  
Garot Korea-Jeju-Museum-02.jpg Garot is a type of working and everyday dress dyed with juice of unripe persimmons. It has been worn by Jeju Island locals.
Hakchangui Korean hanbok-Hakchangui-Waryonggwan.jpg  
Hwarot Korean.costume-Hanbok-wedding.bride-01.jpg  
Jeogori Hanbok-female clothing-01.jpg Jeogori is a basic upper garment which has been worn by both men and women. It covers arms and upper part of the wearer's body.
Jeonbok Korean clothing-Hanbok-Jeonbok-01.jpg Jeonbok is a type of sleeveless long vest mostly worn by military personnel. It does not have overlapped column on the front side, and was worn over dongdari.
Jokki Korea-Seoul 0589-06 traditional dress.JPG vest
Kkachi durumagi Korean clothing-Hanbok-Obangjang durumagi-01.jpg Kkachi durumagi is a children's colorful overcoat worn on Korean New Year. It was worn over a jeogori or jokki while the wearer could put a jeonbok over it. Kkachi durumagi was also worn along with headgear such as bokgeon, hogeon or gulle.
Magoja Korean costume-Hanbok-Magoja and baji-01.jpg  
Po    
Sagyusam Korean clothing-Hanbok-Sagyusam-Bokgeon.jpg Sagyusam is a type of po (outer robe) worn by young boys until they had a coming-of-age ceremony called gwallye. The name was derived from the shape; the lower end of the garment is divided into four parts.[3]
Saekdongot Korean clothing-Hanbok-Saekdong jeogori-01.jpg Saekdongot is any hanbok patchworked with colorful stripes. It began to be made since the Goryeo period (918 – 1392). The name literally means "many colored clothing". It was usually worn by children of the age at one to seven year old. The saekdong can be applied throughout jeogori (short jacket with sash), majoja(buttoned jacket), durumagi (overcoat) or among others.[4][5]
Wonsam Korean.costume-Wonsam-for.Queen.Joseon-01.jpg Wonsam is a female ceremonial topcoat during the Joseon Dynasty. The queen, princess consort, and consort to the first son of the crown prince wore it as asoryebok, a robe for small ceremonies, while wives of high officers and sanggung (court matrons) wore it as daeryebok, a robe for major ceremonies. The color and decorations of the garment around the chest, shoulders and back represent the wearer's rank.[6][7]