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Hair Do’s for the Korean Wedding Hanbok Dress – Part IV

4. Gisaeng Style
While traditional Korean dresses are represented by the words “elegant” and “refined,” the clothes worn by female entertainers of the Chosun Dynasty exude splendor and voluptuousness. Accentuating them, the hairdo known as “tre meori” features a braided coil. This style is often found in the genre paintings of the era.


Again, this might not be a style that you want to adorn all day long.  We think that this application would weight about 15 pounds ore more!!

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