Woman's domestic semi-formal robe (pao) Chinese (Manchu), Qing dynasty, late century China Dimensions 141 x cm x 77 in.) Medium or Technique Silk twill-weave ground embroidered with silk floss and couched with gold-wrapped thread; wadded and quilted
Myeongjugyeopsamsujeogori/Silk lined jeogori/명주겹삼수저고리. Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 217-4. This jeogori is described as having the "body and sleeves are light green and collar strip (for a Korean Jacket) is white." It is associated with the daughter of Gim Cheom, from the tomb of Gim Cheom of the Andong Kim clan, and his family. Late 16th/early 17th century.
Hongsam (red jacket), Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 3-3. "This red jacket... was worn by Lady Yu, wife of King Gwanghaegun (r.1608-1623).... The hongsam was worn by women of the court and the aristocracy.... Made of red silk on the outside and white silk on the inside, it is closed with a breast tie and measures 78cm in length, and 98.5cm in width from the center back to the end of the sleeve."
Cotton padded jangot, belonging to the wife of Yi Cheon-gi. A jangot (장옷) is a coat-shaped veil, although it appears in the and centuries it was still used as a coat. Yi Cheongi lived and his wife was from the Heungryeo Park clan.