Go to the main menu
Skip to content
Go to bottom
REFERENCE LINKING PLATFORM OF KOREA S&T JOURNALS
> Journal Vol & Issue
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
Journal Basic Information
Journal DOI :
The Korea Society of Costume
Editor in Chief :
Volume & Issues
Volume 49 - Dec 1999
Volume 48 - Nov 1999
Volume 47 - Sep 1999
Volume 46 - Aug 1999
Volume 45 - Jul 1999
Volume 44 - May 1999
Volume 43 - Mar 1999
Volume 42 - Feb 1999
Selecting the target year
Suggestions for Globalization Based on the Analysis of the Process of Korean Design Development in Modern Korean Fashion
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 48, 1999, Pages 5~24
The globalization of Korean beauty comes partly from the succession of korean traditional culture and its modernization will be the one of very important issues in 21st century. This paper was done in order to analyze the process of Korean design development in modern Korean fashion in terms of the succession and modernization of Koreantraditional Beauty and based on this analysis also suggest new possibilities for successful globalization of Korean traditional beauty andbased on this analysis also suggest new possibilities for successful globalization of Korean fashion in 21st century. 227 fashion designs which represent typical elements of korean traditional costume were selected from fashion magazines books SFAA collection books and company brochures published from 1986, to 1997. Content analysis was used with 8 variables including 7 design elements(line shape, color, textile, motif, detail, accessories) and year. Results of analysis showed that the process of Korean Design development in modern Korean fashion has in the use of straight lines and simple silhouettes. Diversity could be found in the application of various kinds of outwear items as well as in the variety of materials and details. Symbolic tradtional motifs and accessories were used to enliven the Korean folklore image, These trends became more salient with the turning point of 1993 when a few designers began to participate in Paris Collection. For successful globalization designers should have more active attitudes toward exploiting the essence of Korean beauty and developing them as modern and global styles.
Preferred Style of Clothing with Body Cathexis by Korean and American Female Students
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 48, 1999, Pages 25~36
The purpose of the present research was to analyse for a sample of female collge students by Korean and American the preferred style of clothing with body cathexis. The respondents were 242 Korean and 145 American female volunteers aged 18 to 27 who were enrolled at Kwangju and Cathlic University of korean and Cornell University in the Unites States. The questionnaire was composed of three sections: body size body cathexis and the preferred style of clothing. Sixteen items of twenty-six items of the preferred style of clothing showed a significant difference between Korean and American. Korean students didn't like a bulky fabric and a bright color than American do. American students like a effect of accessories and clothing to emphasize my bust line and care about sleeve shape skirt length skirt shape than Korean do. Korean students were more dissatisfied with their body than American female students. There was a negative relationship between body cathexis and preference of tight skirt both Korean and American female students. There was a positive relationship among body cathexis and preference of outfit and preference of garment of polished silhouette by Korean female students a positive relationship among preference of fitted waist and design to emphasize bust line.
An Analysis on the Consumption Types by the Clothing Consumption Propensity(CCP) -Focused on Korean Female X-generation-
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 48, 1999, Pages 37~52
The purpose of this study was to find out the clothing-consumption propensity(CCP) and to classify consumption types in CCP and to classify consumption types in CCP and to compare the classfied groups on their consumer characteristics among Korean female X-generation. The survey method was conducted for this study. The subjects are 477 Koran femal X-generation whose age ranges from 18 to 29 and who reside in Seoul and its adjoined areas. The span of the survey was February through March in 1998. the results were analyzed by using of SPSS/PC+package. 1. The clothing consumption motives among the female X-generation were the sensuous satisfaction for posession motive the were practical necessity of the purcahse successively in order. The clothing consumption attitude were the practical electicism the effective value the favorable attitude on low price goods toward sale items and the self-control over their consumption. 2. According to the CCP consumers were classified into five groups: electice and practical group ostentatious and extravagant group passive and economical group sensuous and practical group and sale-fond group. The respective group showed significant difference in the nine factors of the CCP. 3. Consumtion type group had significantly difference in lifestyle among consumer factor and materialistic propensity influence of economic recession follow consumption among social influence factors.
A Study on the Theatra Costumes in the English Renaissance -Focusing on the Period of Queen Elizabeth I-
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 48, 1999, Pages 53~70
The theatre costume in English Renaissance which is scarce in its historical materials can be inferred and imaginarily reconstructed from classifying it according to types of theatre costumes and considering its specific form in that age. The history of fashion could be also approached in the light of theatre costumes and it might be some help to the present theatre costume. Thus the purpose of this thesis is for contributing to the study of theatre costume by inferring the English Renaissance theatre costume from classifications and research of its pattern in detail. This thesis consists of the overview of the periodical background of English Renaissance and then analysis of the stage surroundings ar that time and classification of the theater costume acording to the types and finally inferences of the pattern of forms of the theatre costume. The theatre costume in English Renaissance can be divided into these group:(1) for foreigners such as Roman Turk Spanish and Jews (2) for supernatural beings such as a nymph god, goddess, ghosts, and witches(3) for professionals such as a clown, a clergyman. doctors and senators(4) for cast of animals such as a lion a bear and pigs. In the Elizabethan period theatre costumes were used together with Elizabethan costumes on the stage. Generally the theatre costumes in the age were typically made of very expensive materials and spectacles to the audience and compensating for the poor stage settings.
A Study on Sibok in Choson Dynasty(I)- Centering around Sibok of King and Prince-
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 48, 1999, Pages 71~82
The purpose of this study is to examine Sibok of king and prince in Choson dynasty. In the first half of Choson the official uniform was not established. Sibok was worn for expediency. so there is a difference between Shillok and Gukzooraeyi Sibok in Shillok but Sangbok Chobok, Myounbok in Gukzooraeyi as the costume of same ceremony. But we can recognize that king 'Sibok' in that process took the place of Gongbok of Korea dynasty and was beyond simple working uniform though it was degraded than Gongbok Chobok, Myounbok. In the latter half of Choson the number of appearance of Sibok in Shillok was largely decreased in addition to is in interpretation of Sibok it was regarded as Sangbok Especially prince Sibok in a coming-of-age ceremony was regarded as an ordinary dress.
A Study on Values and Esthetic Consciousness Expressed in Domestic Costumes before the I.M.F System
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 48, 1999, Pages 83~100
Articles from leading daily newspapers dealing with costumes analyzed here dating back to oughly one year before the I.M.F. system came into place in korea. The values and esthetic consciousness of that period were studied through fashion. The major conclusions of the study are as follows: 1. The values of exhibition conformity and extravagance were emphasized. 2. The beauty of play the beauty of the extraordinary and the beauty of splendour were expressed as the esthetic consciousness 3. Preference of young people toward expensive high-grade and foreign-made brands was excessive Adults have to guide the young not to overconsume. Development of a sounder culture of clothing is needed for the establishment of economic prosperity for the nation.
A Survey on the Actual Wearing Condition of Clean Room Wears
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 48, 1999, Pages 117~132
This study is focused on the questionaries regarding the physiological comfort and body fitness and freedom of movement for clean room smock and intended to present the basic information in designing more comfortable clean room wear through seizing the discomfort of wearet. The study is designed to survey and analyze the actual wearing condition and its problem applied to 400 workers assigned with two semiconductors manufacturing plants. The result of survey are as follows. 1. Clean room workers bras panties running shirts and 내찬 the as basic underwear since they absorb sweat protect their bodies and make them feel safe and comfortable throughtout the whole year. 2. With regard to body fitness most of the subject assessed it to be suitable but the girth of neck waist and hood is founded to be tight in many cases. 3. Most important selecting criteria of clean room smocks are adaptability of movement body fitness and carrying-ability. Most of repondents prefer side zipper and rib-knitted fabric as the fastening system. 4. As for freedom of movement it is disclosed that the subjects showed more or less of their complaints against its wearing easiness for parts of waist neck armpit and slacks adaptability and adaptability of movement.
Future Costume through Movies
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 48, 1999, Pages 133~150
In future what kind of costume do we wear\ulcorner We can guess it is in advance through movie. Movie is a comnipresent medium and a mode of expression that reflect a distintive feature of the times like fashion. In many case costume design which belongs to a special era is based on the historic costumes but ostume design for future movie depends on the creativity of costume designer and director. Therefore it is interesting to research how costume designer get his/her design concept for future ccostume in movie how he/hse express his/her design concept through his/her costume and can we convince the design comes true practically in future. In this study I analyze the costume design of masterpieces among SF Film: (Metropolis/1926) (2001: A Space Odyssey/1968) (Star Wars/1977) (Blade Runner/1982) (The 5th Element/1977) Because this study is analyzed not through the original article but just through movie it has some limitation in exact materials or color.
A Case Study on a Woman's Shrounds in Middle of the 16th Century -Based on the Excavation of the Mrs. Moon's Grave in Andong Kyunbuk-
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 48, 1999, Pages 151~168
A Study on a Woman's Shrouds in Middle of the 16 Century based on the excavation of the Mrs. Moon's grave in Andong is reported in this paper. As a result of the study the followings are obtained: 1. From the architecture and costume in the Mrs. Moon's grave we can conclude that Confucian funeral rites were already established in Andong region of the 16th century. 2. The articles used for funeral rites can be classified as Bujangpum(副葬品) Chikwanjeku(治棺諸具) Bokongpoom(補空品), and Yumsupku(斂솝具) and costumes for the death wrapping can be especially classified as Yumsupeui(斂섭衣) 3. Total 63 remains were excavated from the Mrs. Moon's grave. Among them 3 Chikwanjeku 19 Daeryumku(大斂具) 12 Soryumku(小斂具) and 29 Supku(섭具) Yumsup procedure was performed with great care Shrouds were the casual cloths and only Sangbok were made for the ritual Several Sooeui were found. 4. Pricedyak characteristics of Yumsup include unusual direction of wrap the meaning of Boolryu and unusual Chingsoo of used clothes. 5. There were 41 costumes in : Coats were Sangbok and Jangot upper cloths were long jacket and short jacket Danjukori Jeoksam and Hansam Each of the trousers and the skirts were two different kinds by the form The pair of Hangjeon socks shoes and a cap found in this grave were also studied.
The Service Quality Measurement of Apparel Stores
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 48, 1999, Pages 169~182
This study was aimed at comparing service quality measurements of apparel stores. It Also presented an outcome to a company which service measurement worked better and more efficient. Four measures were used in this research such as SERVQUAL, SERVPERF, weighted SERVQUAL and weigthe SERVPERF. In the empirical research statistical data were collected in June of 1998. The subjects in the study were 244 women in their 20s. The SPSS was used to analyze data, Frequency percentage points Factor Analysis Cronbach's a and regression were put into use in the study. From the result of it the SERVPERF was proven to have a good reliability and validity. It also well described an overall service quality of apparel stores. The SERVPERF is found out to be one of the best measurement in this study.
Babies' Wear Shopping Behavior of Housewives by Their Fashion Lifestyle
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 48, 1999, Pages 183~196
The purpose of the Present research is to investigate the effect of fashion lifestyle on babies' clothing shopping attitude of housewives. In this study shopping attitude includes criteria for shop selection prefered types of shop and prefered shop atmosphere. Subjects are 447 housewives residing in Seoul Bundang Illsan and Pungchon and having child under 4 years old Data was analyzed by factor analysis cluster analysis analysis of variance and chi-square. The results of the study are as follows: 1. Housewives can be classified into four groups according to their fashion lifestyle the group of planned buying conservative/practical group the group of self-actualization/individuality and the high involved and care for shopping group. 2. Fashion lifestyle is different according to their age. The high involved and care for shopping group have the lager proportion in twenties than thirties. The conservative/practical group have a larger proportion in thirties. 3. The factors of shop selection which serve as criteria for shop the quality of service encironment anround shop quality of goods convenience to care about babies fashionable goods location of the shop and price of goods. The group of self actualization/personality prefers shops carrying fashionable and unique style of babies clothing and showing prestige. The conservative/practical group prefers shops carrying good quality clothing and having variety in size and design. The high involved and careful shopping group prefers shops having wide space as well as carrying fashionable goods. 4. Among the types of babies clothing shops. department stroe is the most preferred Low-price brand shop is followed by traditional open market. The conservative/practical group and the group of planned shopping use department strores national bran shops street shops and import shops more often than other groups. 5. The result of the study indicates there are considerable differences in housewives attitudes of babies clothing shopping acording to their own fashion lifestyle. Therefore the retailer of babies clothing should decide their marketing policy on the basis of the understanding and analysis of costomer's fashion lifestyle. And they have to reflect their costomer's shopping attitudes on their marketing policy to improve the satisfaction of both consumer and retailer as well.
A Study on the Chanel Suit
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 48, 1999, Pages 197~216
This study reflects the aim of analyzing the formality and symbolism of the Chanel suit. Chanel had designed jersey and tweed cardigan suits in the 1910s and 1920s while her suits of the 1930s were crisply fitted. The suits of the 1950s and 960s while were comfortable and slightly boxy marked a significant step forword. Lagerfeld's mission at Chanel was to tranmute the basic elements of the Chanel style and make them contemporary. He has also introduced the contemporay wide shoulders and short tihht skirt In place of sensible knee-length skirts he offered hemlines that either grazed the ankles or exposed most of the thighs. Besides her very influential jersey and tweed cardigan suit Chanel continued to assert her considerable strength with materials often making her suits in very delicate feminizing fabrics. in place of the classic boxy tweed jacket Lagerfeld introduced jackets made of terrycloth denim and stretch fabric Many of Chanel's suits show a stylish sense of colour that would have made artist envious. Chanel and Lagerfeld chose variety of colours from beige and grey and black to blue green cerisen and red for her suits. They was completely in tune with the twentieth century understanding the changes in lifestyles of woman and also understanding how her clothes should cater to them Thus the Chanel suit is more a way of life than just a fashion and is synonymous with wealth and aritocracy. It is one of the most popular status-symbol styles of the 20th century.