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Korean wrapping cloth (bojagi), Joseon dynasty (1392–1910)

Wrapping Traditions: Korean Textiles Now, currently on view at San Francisco's Museum of Craft and Folk Art, presents examples of traditional bojagi, or

Hwarot Late Joseon Dynasty Korea Virtual...

Hwarot Late Joseon Dynasty Korea Virtual Collection of Masterpieces: “ Hwarot is a type of Korean traditional clothing worn by royal women for ceremonial occasions during the Joseon period. Later it.

A Jangot (장옷) is a type of clothing worn by women of the Joseon Dynasty period as a veil to cover their faces.[1] Jangot is similar to durumagi, or the outer jacket of a hanbok.[1] The difference is, a jangot has a collar (git) and a ribbon for tying (goreum).[1] According to the principles of the Joseon Dynasty's Confucianism, women were ordered not to show their face to foreign men, so they would cover their faces in many ways while going out.

Jangot (장옷) - clothing worn by women of Joseon Dynasty as veil to cover their faces. According to Confucianism principles they were ordered not to show their face to foreign men, so they would cover it in many ways when going out.

High quality silk fabrics from the early Joseon.

High quality silk fabrics from the early Joseon.

High quality silk fabrics from the early Joseon.

High quality silk fabrics from the early Joseon.

Foxfire - bioluminscent fungus

Foxfire, also sometimes called "fairy fire", is the bioluminescence created by some species of fungi present in decaying wood. The bluish-green glow is attributed to luciferase, an oxidative enzyme, which emits light as it reacts with luciferin.

A memory sleeping in the deep sea.

Down deep beneath the surface of the ocean there lives a gang of Sharks. These Sharks search and search for food until they are satisfied .Sharks are a Beautiful creature to look at but they can also be very dangerous if antagonized . The Deep

Glow Worm Caves, New Zealand

The Waitomo Glowworm Cave on the Northern of New Zealand's islands. You can take a boat ride through the Glowworm Grotto on the underground Waitomo River, where the only light comes from the tiny glowworms creating a sky of living lights.

Waitomo Caves of NZ; larval glow worms

In the Waitomo Caves, Waikato, New Zealand, larval glow worms hang from the ceiling, using their phosphorescent light to lure insects and entrap them in their sticky mucous threads