Men’s Shoes

unknownRepublic of Korea/Joseon Dynasty

National Folk Museum of Korea

National Folk Museum of Korea
Seoul, South Korea

Taesahye refers to a pair of shoes with a low outer rim worn in the Joseon Dynasty. These shoes were made of silk or leather. The tip and heel are decorated with lined Taesa patterns. Those for men have a thick tip, while those for women have a pointed tip.


  • Title: Men’s Shoes
  • Creator: unknown
  • Date Created: Republic of Korea/Joseon Dynasty
  • Location: 한국
  • Physical Dimensions: Height 2 Length 24.5 Breadth 7
  • Type: Clothing/Shoes/Women's Shoes/Shoes/Shoes
  • Medium: Skin and hair

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