Women's head covering coat (jangui, 장의), made of yellow synthetic slik lined with red gause. White cuffs are attached and purple cloth is used for collar, underarm part and ties.
- Made in: Korea
- Found/Acquired: South Korea
- (Asia,Korea,South Korea)
- Width: 169 centimetres (cuffs to cuffs)
- Width: 103 centimetres (front bodice)
- Length: 159 centimetres
Women's yellow long robe used for head-cover (jangui). Replica of the one in Onyang Folk Museum.
On display: G67/dc15
2017-2018 1 Feb-28 Jan, BM, G67, 'Women and the Female Sphere'
Donated by Kang Collection Korean Art, New York
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Object reference number: RRC47409
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