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        '비대칭 접음 삼각 무' 적삼·한삼에 대한 고찰

        진덕순(Deok Soon Jin), 김진경(Jin Kyung Kim), 송미경(Mi Kyung Song) 한국복식학회 2013 服飾 Vol.63 No.8

        This study is about ‘asymmetry triangle-Mu' Jeoksam and Hansam in the early days of Joseon Dynasty. A study was done regarding the records of Jeoksam and Hansam in literature, the present state of the excavated ‘asymmetry triangle-Mu' clothing Jeoksam and Hansam, and finally a deduction of the reason for the appearance of the ‘asymmetry triangle-Mu' clothing Jeoksam and Hansam. The width of front length of ‘asymmetry triangle-Mu' clothing in the early days of Joseon Dynasty is 29.5~35 cm and the width of one breath of the sleeve is 29.5~35 cm. The width of ‘asymmetry triangle-Mu' is 9.5~16 cm and it is relatively big. Comparing to the width of one breath of the sleeve, it is almost 1:2.2~3.6 ratio. Therefore, when the sleeve was cut, the Mu was linked in order to save fabric the gusset of sleeve had to be folded and turned, and finally it became asymmetric. As a result of the above consideration, since the width of upper garments of 16~17th century was big, the wearing of short tops of Jeoksam or Hansam without side vent as a small ‘triangle-Mu' was uncomfortable. Because of this reason, the size had no option but to become bigger. So, during the 16th and 17th century, a period where mass production of fabric was difficult, the ‘asymmetry triangle-Mu' type was considered to be a reasonable cutting method. After the middle of 17th century, it can be estimated that ‘asymmetry triangle-Mu' clothing disappeared according to the narrow aspect of clothing type.

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        최경선(1561~1622) 묘 출토복식 연구

        송미경(Song Mi Kyung), 진덕순(Jin Deok Soon), 김진경(Kim Jin Kyung) 한국복식학회 2016 服飾 Vol.66 No.5

        This study examines the costume artifacts discovered in the burial site of Choi Kyung Sun(1561~1622), which was moved from Gangwon in Gangrung Province. About 30 artifacts, including costumes, were recovered from Choi Kyung Sun's grave. The collection of men's coats discovered in the grave consisted of a Dallyeong (Official's robe), Jing-nyeong(Man's coat), Jungchimak(Man's coat), Cheolrik(Man's coat), Chang-ui(Man's coat), Gwang-su-ju-ui(Man's coat), and Do-po(Man's coat). Han-sam(Undershirts), Jeo-go-ri(Jacket), and trousers were also recovered, along with several items made of textiles, such as the cloth used to shroud and wrap the body. The costume artifacts recovered from Choi Kyung Sun's grave have several characteristics that distinguish them from other early 17th-century costume artifacts. Firstly, the body had a hairband made from horsehair. Secondly, the men's trousers were of the type worn before the Japanese Invasion(1592~1597). Thirdly, the style of the coats' sleeves, when compared with artifacts from other regions, was from an earlier era. Through these costume artifacts, it can be inferred that people who lived in the Gangwon Province, which was far away from Seoul, continuously wore outfits from before the Japanese Invasion, and trends spread slowly.

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