Dappo is a long vest/waistcoat with a long slit on the back. It used to be worn over Chang-ui or Cheollik, or uner Dallryung in the late Joseon period. The outer laer is a lotus-petterend silk and the lining is a silk tabby. The collars are narrow, blade-shaped and the breast ties are also in a long, narrow shape to match.


  • Title: Dappo, Men's coat without sleeve
  • Creator: Unknown
  • Date Created: 1636/1731
  • Physical Dimensions: w61.5 x h122.5 cm
  • Type: Costume
  • Rights: Seok Juseon Memorial Museum, Dankook University
  • Medium: Fabric

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