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It is a one layer Dallyeong made of cloud-patterned silk, with the lower part of the outer collar, Angil, and the right sleeve lost, and has a tacking mark with a Hyungbae on the chest and back. The collar width is narrow, the neck is shallowly exposed, the sleeve seam gets narrower as it gets closer to the cuff, and the armpit garment of the side hem is in a form of a small pleat on the inside and a big pleat on the outside, with the top part of the big pleat folded diagonally inwards, having the typical form of Dallyeong of early Joseon Dynasty.

Details

  • Title: Dallyeong, Official Robe
  • Location Created: Joseon 16C
  • Type: Official Robe
  • Rights: Gyeonggi Provinve Museum
  • Medium: Cloud-Patterned Silk

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