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Buncheong Teaware

This plate and teapot are set in a single tone to achieve uniformity, while the tone of each tea cup varies, making them the focal point of the set.

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Children’s Cap

Cute cap for girls, modeled after a winter cap with earflaps worn by women starting from the late Joseon Dynasty, and made of cotton and linen instead of the traditional silk for easier maintenance.
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Children’s Daily Hanbok Set

Cute hanbok set made of cotton instead of the traditional silk for easier maintenance, warmth, and casual wear. Suitable for active children with sensitive skin. Machine-washable.
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Spangled Jacket

Spangled jacket inspired by a traditional blouse and redesigned with glamor and comfort in mind. The color block on the tip of each sleeve adds a premium touch.
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Dangui Clutch

Clutch bag inspired by the curvature of an upper garment worn by court women during the Joseon Dynasty, especially for ceremonial occasions, and made more functional with a zipper in the back. You can subtly incorporate the traditional look of hanbok into any outfit with this clutch.
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Children’s Hanbok Pants

Hanbok pants for a child, modeled after traditional men’s hanbok pants. The differently colored waistband lends the garment versatility, depending on whether you fold it over or not.
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Ramie Dap-ho

Long sleeveless coat with pleated accents, inspired by a sleeveless coat with a side slit, worn by Joseon kings and officials and made of Hansan ramie. The coat string was designed to be small and thin according to Korean aesthetic tradition.
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Oversized Padded Windbreaker

Oversized padded windbreaker loosely inspired by the silhouette of a single-layer ramie jacket worn on hot summer days and redesigned to be longer, warmer, and asymmetrical.
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Children’s Frilly Shorts

Frilly shorts for a child, designed after women’s long silk underpants worn during the Joseon Dynasty. Can be worn under a hanbok skirt or as shorts for casual wear in the summer.
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Bangryeongui

Versatile jacket inspired by an overcoat for Joseon-era military officials made according to the Enjosa method, which involves using the same textile for multiple layers of the garment. Decorated with silver buttons and hanja script prescribing the conduct of virtuous scholars.
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