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A Study on the Activation of Used Market of Hanbok and Hanbok Reform Market (중고한복시장 및 한복리폼시장의 활성화 방안 연구)

  • Lee, In Hwa;Son, Mi Young
    • Family and Environment Research
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    • v.59 no.1
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    • pp.59-69
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    • 2021
  • In order to find ways to re-use used Hanbok and activate Hanbok reform, it is necessary to investigate the current status and problems of used Hanbok and Hanbok reform in the domestic Hanbok market. The purpose of this study was to investigate the status and problems of the used Hanbok market and the Hanbok reform market through literature data surveys and in-depth interviews with Hanbok experts, and to study ways to activate used Hanbok and Hanbok reform. Based on the results of this study, as a way to activate the used Hanbok market and the Hanbok reform market, expand opportunities and create a social and cultural atmosphere for wearing Hanbok, and research on design, pattern, size, and materials. It also suggested the establishment of a systematic system for separate collection, reform, sales and management, the establishment of a central institution that manages and operates the re-use of used Hanbok and Hanbok reform, support for education institutions and programs for Hanbok reform, public relations, and changes in Hanbok production methods.

Analysis on the Management Conditions of Web Sites Related to Hanbok Products by Types (한복제품 관련 사이트의 유형별 운영 실태 분석)

  • Jang, Eun-Young
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Fashion and Beauty
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    • v.4 no.3 s.9
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    • pp.50-57
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    • 2006
  • The purpose of this study is to scrutinize Internet sites which recently promote and sell Hanbok products online and to compare and analyze the formation and management conditions of those by types. One hundred thirty well-known Internet sites related to Hanbok products were studied on the formation and management conditions. The elements of Hanbok products, sales, promotion, and customer service were also discussed as details. In this study, those Internet sites were divided into six categories; private Hanbok designer sites, famous Hanbok brand sites, Hanbok specialized shopping mall sites, Hanbok rental sites, general and specialized Hanbok sites, and Hanbok information sites. The results of this study are as follows. First, the sites of private Hanbok designers and famous Hanbok brands are un for the purpose of promoting rather than selling its products. Second, the object of operating Hanbok specialized shopping mall sites is to sell its products via the Internet with practical Hanbok and kids Hanbok as the central items. These sites are fairly well organized. They show various items and provide information on descriptions, prices, and sizes of its products and offer customer service for sales. Third, custom-made Hanbok is also available alongside of Hanbok rentals on Hanbok rental sites. There are two kinds of rentals, door-to-door rental and online rental and customers normally rent traditional Hanbok for their needs. Fourth, products are sold in the order of kids Hanbok, practical Hanbok, Hanbok accessories, and traditional Hanbok on the general and specialized Hanbok sites. Finally, Hanbok information sites furnish various information on Hanbok and provide link services through making partnerships with other Hanbok cooperations.

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A Survey on the Korean Costume(Traditional Hanbok, Saenghwal Hanbok) for Children (어린이 한복(전통한복, 생활한복)에 관한 조사연구 - 경남지역 마산.창원시 거주 어린이와 어머니를 대상으로 -)

  • 정혜경
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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    • v.53 no.5
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    • pp.97-110
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    • 2003
  • This study was done to investigate the wearing experience, the taste and attitudes toward Korean Costume(Traditional and Saenghwal Hanbok). Data were collected by self-administered question from 307 elementary school children and 307 mother during 7, 2002. Conclusions are as follows : 1. Hanbok was worn mainly in the first birthday of children and 6∼7years old. But it was rarely worn in 4th∼6th grade of elementary school. Most of children had worn the Traditional Hanbok, about 30% had worn the Saenghwal Hanbok. 2. Childrens liked Saenghwal Hanbok more than Traditional Hanbok, girls liked Hanbok more than boys did. And 31.4% of boys disliked Hanbok, the main motives for dislike were concerned with the discomfort to move, the feel of cloth and becoming. Boys prefered the style of ´vest/ Jeokori/ Bajii´ in Traditional Hanbok, and ´half-sleeve Jeokori/ Baji´ in Saenghwal Hanbok. Girls prefered the style of ´Dangeui/ Chima´ in Traditional Hanbok, and ´One piece/ Jeokori´ in Saenghwal Hanbok. Childrens prefered analogous color scheme to contrasting color scheme. Boys prefered the blue groups, girls prefered the orange and red groups. 3. Childrens had more positive attitudes towards Saenghwal Hanbok than Traditional Hanbok. Mothers had positive attitudes towards both these types. And the attitudes toward Saenghwal Hanbok and Traditional Hanbok of childrens were more positive than mother´s. Therefore the following suggestions may be proposed for the development of Hanbok for children. 1. Hanbok is need to be designed considering activity, feeling and becomingness for teenagers. 2. Hanbok design must be kept seperated Traditional Hanbok and Saenghwal Hanbok. Traditional Hanbok is need to emphases tradition, Saenghwal Hanbok is need to apply a western style and have a practical use.

A Study on Coloration Trend of Hanbok in 2000's - Focused on Types of Coloration and Hanbok - (2000년대 한복에 나타난 배색 경향에 관한 연구 - 배색의 유형과 한복의 종류를 중심으로 -)

  • Lee, Young-Hae;Kang, Soon-Che
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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    • v.57 no.4 s.113
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    • pp.45-60
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    • 2007
  • Characteristics of Hanbok's traditional coloration have been carried on, based on social/cultural background of the past. Today, Hanbok is classified as traditional Hanbok, improved Hanbok, living Hanbok. Their designs, materials and colorations show significant differences. In this study, first, we have categorized and arranged the coloration trend of the women's Hanbok according to the types of coloration since 2000s. Secondly, Hanbok is classified as traditional Hanbok, improved Hanbok, and living Hanbok. And then examining their coloration trend and coloration characteristics of different types of Hanbok, so we can find the purpose far increasing understanding of various color beauty and coloration of today's Hanbok. The findings of this research are summarized as follows; 1. Traditional Hanbok coloration is influenced by the modern rotor and tone, and is apt to show the trend of emphasizing individuality. 2. Hanbok coloration of middle period in 2000's has become to use high value and chroma, giving more bright and luxurious impression then the early period. 3. For this study, we have categorized the total of 277 women's Hanboks by their coloration trends, through studying traditional Hanbok catalogues that enclosed vividly colored pure silk samples. As a result, it shows the order of contrary coloration(149), tone on tone coloration(56), similar coloration(23), monochrome coloration(20), tone in tone coloration(17), and 화학섬유chrome coloration(12). 4. Traditional, improved and living Hanbok show differences not only in their designs or materials but also in colorations. Using of traditional coloration is applied to traditional Hanbok and improved Hanbok in that order, and mostly the value and chroma of living Hanbok colorations are low, which emphasizes easiness to move and practicality.

A Study on the Current Status of Hanbok Brands and Aesthetic Characteristics (한복 브랜드의 현황과 미적특성)

  • Bae, Rhythm;Lee, misuk;Kim, EunJung
    • Journal of Fashion Business
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    • v.20 no.1
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    • pp.127-141
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    • 2016
  • Korea traditional dresses are making news everyday through popular media and a number of exhibitions and fashion shows that have been held as a way to activate the use of the hanbok. This study intends to examine the current status of handbook brands and analyze the aesthetic characteristics of the hanbok. This study defined the terms related with the hanbok and examined the chronological changes in the hanbok through a literature review, an examination of the aesthetic characteristics of Korean traditional clothing, and an analysis of the aesthetic characteristics by dividing currently available hanbok brands in to the traditional hanbok. According to the results of the study, hanbok brands were divided into Traditional Hanbok, Life Hanbok, and New Hanbok. The Traditional Hanbok brands represented traditional beauty, the beauty of formality, symbolic beauty, and the beauty of nature. The Life Hanbok brands represented symbolic beauty, natural beauty, the beauty of blending, and the proportional beauty. The New Hanbok brands represented natural beauty, unproportaional beauty, the beauty of line, and the beauty of moderation. Therefore the New Hanboks gave changes to the traditional clothing and the unique clothing of our nation. Its formative elements coexist according to their characteristics.

Recognizing hanbok in youth through text mining (텍스트 마이닝을 통해 살펴본 청소년의 한복 인식)

  • Shim, Joonyoung
    • The Research Journal of the Costume Culture
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    • v.27 no.3
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    • pp.239-250
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    • 2019
  • Recently, young people wearing hanbok are highly visible in the palace and in Hanok Village. However, there is much controversy regarding whether the hanbok the young people are wearing is traditional. Young people in Korea are exposed to hanbok through a variety of ways such as school education, games, webtoons, television shows, and movies. In this study, we presented teenagers with illustrations of hanbok to see which they preferred and which if any they recognized as traditional. The study respondents most preferred the hanbok from the 18th century, but they considered the hanbok from the 20th century to be the traditional style. We next used text mining to analyze the students' freely written, open-ended responses regarding the hanbok they preferred and the one they considered traditional. The hanbok from the 18th century, the one the teenagers preferred, was a sexy, cool style related to gisaeng that emphasized the waist, whereas the hanbok they believed was traditional, the $20^{th}$-century hanbok, was simple, neat, comfortable, and plain. Among the young people's responses regarding which hanbok was traditional, the text mining extracted the following repeated words related to both the 18th- and 20th-century hanbok: "dramas," "mass media," "historical dramas," and "movies." For the 18th-century hanbok only, we extracted "webtoons" and "Hanok Village," and for only the 20th-century hanbok, we extracted "textbooks."

On Promotion of Wearing Hanbok for the Modernization of Traditional Costumes

  • Soh, Hwang-Oak
    • International Journal of Costume and Fashion
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    • v.8 no.1
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    • pp.75-84
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    • 2008
  • This paper starts with the assumption that in order for hanbok to be made known to the world as a cultural code representing Korean beauty, it must first be made familiar among Koreans with opportunities for widespread use of hanbok in a way which forms an understanding with the fashion sense of young generations, and that wearing hanbok must be promoted. We observe the contents and problems of past hanbok festivals and provide methods to promote the wearing of hanbok among the population, creating an occasion for mingling with various cultures in hanbok events which may be experienced by the general population, and developing hanbok as a tourist item and promoting the hanbok industry through standardized hanbok festivals. Globalization of hanbok most occur through a combination of related academic fields, division of roles in fields of expertise, and a scientific understanding of hanbok. The re-creating of traditional hanbok will allow for affirmation of Korean image, a rediscovery of the value of Korean culture, and the establishment of cultural identity. The development of such global designs will form a foundation for hallyu wave culture within popular culture.

A study on the rental Hanbok - Focusing on the market and consumer changes between 2006 and 2016 - (대여 한복에 대한 연구 - 2006년과 2016년 시장과 소비자 변화를 중심으로 -)

  • Shim, Joonyoung
    • The Research Journal of the Costume Culture
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    • v.25 no.3
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    • pp.405-418
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    • 2017
  • The purpose of this study is to investigate changes in the rental Hanbok market and consumer during the past 10 years. This study was done by analyzing internet news about rental Hanbok and in-depth interview. The results provide basic data that can be used to understand the rental Hanbok market. Results showed the followings: First, the rental Hanbok market has expanded and consists of two types of rental Hanbok; ceremonial and experiential. The experiential Hanbok is new but a big part in rental Hanbok market. It is not existed until 2007 but it accounted for more than 60% of internet news about rental Hanbok in 2016. Second, there is a significant difference in consumer behavior between the two types of rental Hanbok. Ceremonial Hanbok showed consistent consumer behavior between 2006 and 2016. Consumer want to get benefits such as TPO(occasion suitability), economy, exhibition, trendy and exceptionality through renting Hanbok. On the other hand, experiential Hanbok, consumers are motivated by having unique, conformity and sharing memories. Based on these results, different sets of information reveal the unique features of the two types of rental Hanbok. And also needed to develop new designs and marketing strategies for them.

Study on Wearing Fusion Hanbok at Child's First Birthday Party

  • Jang, Se-Yoon;Lee, Yu-Ri
    • International Journal of Costume and Fashion
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    • v.11 no.2
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    • pp.13-24
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    • 2011
  • This study explores the opportunities for new market of traditional Korean costumes, Hanbok, following not only the consumer's needs and wants, but marketing trends of fashion industry. This paper is the exploratory consumer research of fusion Hanbok, it aims at examining how consumers wear fusion Hanbok. Study participants were limited to mothers who wore Korean-fusion Hanbok to their baby's first birthday party once or more. A total of 221 respondents completed online questionnaires. The results of this study are as follows. First, regarding the reasons of wearing fusion Hanbok is a beautiful and traditional dress although traditional Hanbok is uncomfortable and inconvenient. Second, the most satisfactory aspect of fusion Hanbok was found to be its design. Satisfaction with the color, size and length was also high. Third, most female consumers in their 20s and 30s have stronger preferences for and intentions of purchasing fusion Hanbok. Some people criticize that as fusion Hanbok is westernized in its designs and materials, it has lost the classical beauty and impression of traditional Hanbok. However, if no one routinely wears Hanbok, Hanbok will never be popularized or globalized. This study suggest that traditional Hanbok should be improved by developing effective merchandising strategies based on consumer needs for traditional Hanbok such as various product assortment and promotion strategies using traditional Korean beauty. So, traditional Hanbok could be retained and succeeded in the future by improving consumers' dissatisfactions of traditional Hanbok and creating the new market of traditional Hanbok in which fusion Hanbok are produced focused on consumers' needs and market environments.

Analysis on the Hanbok Image, Perception and Preference Type of High School Students: Focused on Participation in Hanbok Classes and Gender (고등학생의 한복 이미지, 선호 유형, 전통한복 인식 분석: 한복수업 참여 여부 및 성별을 중심으로)

  • Kim, Sangmi
    • Journal of Korean Home Economics Education Association
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    • v.33 no.2
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    • pp.81-93
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    • 2021
  • The purpose of this study was to analyze the image, perception, and preference type of high school students of Hanbok and examine the differences according to gender and participation in Hanbok classes. For this purpose, a survey was conducted with 438 high school students in Busan. Frequency analysis, chi-square test, t-test, and F-test were performed using the SPSS and the results were as follows. Firstly, for most high school students, Hanbok has an elegant image, but it was also confirmed that they perceive Hanbok to have a splendid image due to its exposure in mass media and SNS. The image of Hanbok differed by gender and participation in Hanbok classes. A higher percentage of male students than female students perceived Hanbok to have rustic image. Secondly, the type of hanbok that high school students prefer was traditional Hanbok, followed by fusion Hanbok, casual Hanbok, and fashion Hanbok. Hanbok preference type differed by gender and participation in classes. Group participating in hanbok classes showed a higher preference for fashion Hanbok than those who did not. Thirdly, high school students' perception of traditional Hanbok was above average. By subcomponents, it was shown in the order of 'esthetics', 'sustainability', and 'practicality'. It was found that there were statistically significant differences in traditional Hanbok perception according to gender and participation in Hanbok classes. Female students evaluated more positively for traditional Hanbok than male students and students who participate in Hanbok classes evaluated traditional Hanbok more positively than non-participating students.