The left and right collar meets at the center to be fastened in 2 pairs of coat strings, the front is short and the back is long, the sleeve is wide, and there is a Saekdong and Hansam at the end, which is the shape of a typical Wonsam of the late Joseon Dynasty. The outer fabric was made of lotus vine-patterned silk, and had a peony Hyungbae, horizontal 26cm and vertical 24cm, attached on the front and back. The letter Su and a butterfly were embroidered on the center of the peony pattern.


  • Title: Wonsam, Women's Ceremonial Robe
  • Location Created: Joseon 17C
  • Type: Women's Ceremonial Robe
  • Rights: Gyeonggi Provinve Museum
  • Medium: Wonsam Flower-Patterned Silk, Daedae Flower-Patterned Silk

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