Teol-Baeja is an insulated winter vest (Baeja) with fur (Teol) trimmings that prevailed among women until mid-20th century. It was also worn during the wedding ceremony in the northwestern part of Korea, including Pyeongyang. This Baeja, worn by the late Dr. Seok Juseon (1911~1996) is made of an off-white sookgosa (gauze), lined with rabbit fur and trimmed with dang-mopi(fine fur) along the armhole and hem.


  • Title: Teol-Baeja, Fur Lined Vest
  • Creator: unknown
  • Date Created: 1901/1950
  • Physical Dimensions: w48.5 x h 39 cm
  • Type: vest
  • Rights: Seok Juseon Memorial Museum, Dankook University
  • Medium: silk, fur

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