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누란(樓蘭) 복식 연구 - 고대 한국복식과의 상관관계를 중심으로 -A Study on the Costume of Loulan - Centered Around Interrelationship with Ancient Korean Costume -

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A Study on the Costume of Loulan - Centered Around Interrelationship with Ancient Korean Costume -
Authors
채금석김은경
Issue Date
Sep-2016
Publisher
한국의상디자인학회
Keywords
누란; 실크로드; 니야; 복식; Loulan; Silk Road; Niya; Costume
Citation
한국의상디자인학회지, v.18, no.3, pp.197 - 211
Journal Title
한국의상디자인학회지
Volume
18
Number
3
Start Page
197
End Page
211
URI
https://scholarworks.sookmyung.ac.kr/handle/2020.sw.sookmyung/3282
ISSN
1229-7240
Abstract
Loulan was an ancient kingdom located on the northeast of the Taklamakan Desert, a diverging point between the north and south of Silk Road, on the east of the current Turpan, from the 2nd century BC and the 7th century A.D, absorbing and propagating culture of both sides through active trade. Meanwhile, as many previous research investigations suggest the early trade between Korea and the countries bordering on Western China, characteristics of Loulan costume have been found to have similarity to those of ancient Korean costume. Also, it can be compared to costume in other surrounding regions. Therefore, it is a highly valuable region in researching ancient costume. This study examined the historical background of Loulan and its relationship with ancient Korea, analyzed the clothes found in historic sites of Louland and Niya, and compared costume elements of Loulan and those of Korea. The result of the study shows that first, the Loulan Jeogori was based on the Jikryeonggyoim, with Chaksu, narrow sleeves and the length coming between below the chest and above the bottom, and the line decoration and waist belt were very similar to Korean costumes, as well as the Banryeong, curved collar and Bansu, short sleeves. Second, the types of pants included Gunggo, characterized by closed bottom and many creases, and Daegugo, wide-leg trousers, which are very similar in shape to the Korean Shilla lay sculpture, Stele To Martyr Yi Ch’a-don, Yangjikgongdo and Wangheedo. Third, in accessories as well, the Jowu stuck on the Gwanmo is similar in the shapes to Korean costume.
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