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Overcoat

unknownRepublic of Korea/Since the Liberation of Korea

National Folk Museum of Korea

National Folk Museum of Korea
Seoul, South Korea

Women’s outer garments include durumagi and a long robe, and durumagi was an outer robe worn by both men and women from the Three Kingdom Period up to the Joseon Dynasty. The name durumagi originates from the phrase “it is closed all around (duru).” There is little difference between those made for men and women, and a patch called mu is attached to both sides of durumagi. In the present day, it is generally worn as a part of traditional women’s dress.

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  • Title: Overcoat
  • Creator: unknown
  • Date Created: Republic of Korea/Since the Liberation of Korea
  • Location: 한국
  • Physical Dimensions: Length 119 Width 51 Length from collar to sleeve end 69.5
  • Type: Clothing/Clothing/Ordinary Clothes/Women’s Robe
  • Medium: Leno weave/Silk

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