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Women's Overgarment by Glimja on deviantART

There are so many "Daenggi"s,so I decided not to explain all of daenggiand to draw these as women's position or case. These 3 kinds of hairstyle are generally called"hair braided behind the ears".

Tteoguji by Glimja on deviantART

"Tteoguji" was a butterfly-shaped wooden accessory for palace ladies' ceremony event - like a royal wedding. But in fact, the queen and other high-level royal ladies had to use Tteoguji even in normal days, contrary to many Korean historical drama ^_^

Married Women's hair style (2) by Glimja on deviantART

There are so many "Daenggi"s,so I decided not to explain all of daenggiand to draw these as women's position or case. These 3 kinds of hairstyle are generally called"hair braided behind the ears".

Married Women's hair style (1) by Glimja on deviantART

In early Joseon Dynasty,Korean married women used very big and heavy wigs named "Gache",to do up their hairs splendidly. Women thought thatthe higher and bigger wig means 

This hairstyle is called "Jjok-jin-meori" or "Jjok-meori"(Meori means the hair). It is the basic style for married women,which means to make "Jjok" on their head. And the style of head dress for wo.