Hwarot is a type of Korean traditional clothing worn by royal women for ceremonial occasions during the Joseon period. Later it was worn by commoners as a wedding gown. Today, it is still worn by brides during the wedding ceremony. Hwarot. Late Joseon Dynasty, Korea. Hwarot is colorful and lavishly decorated. The cloth is woven with colorful embroidered designs and symbols for longevity, great fortune, and a happy marriage.
Hongsam (red jacket), Important Folklore Cultural Heritage 3-3. "This red jacket... was worn by Lady Yu, wife of King Gwanghaegun (r.1608-1623).... The hongsam was worn by women of the court and the aristocracy.... Made of red silk on the outside and white silk on the inside, it is closed with a breast tie and measures 78cm in length, and 98.5cm in width from the center back to the end of the sleeve."