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Yi Won was a former king of Ga Guk. As such, while his outfits did not entirely show his royal lineage, he wore a variety of bright and extravagant clothing that nevertheless represented his status akin to a nobleman, especially during his frequent excursions.
Hanbok[edit | edit source]
King Jin Won wore his gonryongpo (곤룡포) that typically comprised a cream baji jeogori having white linings. He also wore a dark brown joki with grey linings that had faint designs. He wore an open velvet vest with a gakdae encircled around his waist. He donned an amber po with a distinct seal on each shoulder.
In the prologue, Won wore an amber cheolik underneath a purple dapo with spiral vines and turquoise linings, which has a slit in the center revealing white skirt-like ruffles and thin purple linings. A turquoise belt was also tied around his waist.
Won wore an amber cheolik beneath a purple dapo with spiral vines and turquoise linings, closely similar to his prologue outfit. Unlike his prologue outfit, an ombre gray-and-violet apron-like cloth hanged from his turquoise ribbon belt.
Won's outfit consisted of a cream jeogori with white dongjeong and indigo git, designed with indigo cuffs. He also wore matching wine baji with faint patterns. Over this, he donned a white dapo that had indigo linings.
Won wore a white jeogori that had white dongjeong, amber git, and amber linings. Beneath amber baji, he put on a dark brown dapo with solid and dotted gray linings. He also had a turquoise po with faint designs.
Won wore an amber jeogori with white dongjeong, indigo git, and wine linings on the sleeves. He also wore amber baji and black dapo with jade linings that was held together by a matching jade ribbon belt.
Won's outfit consisted of an amber jeogori that had lime linings and matching lime git with white dongjeong. He wore amber baji and a white dapo with blue linings. He held the outfit together with a blue ribbon belt that from where a matching blue apron-like cloth with distinct designs hanged.
Won wore a dark brown jeogori with white dongjeong, amber linings, and matching amber git. He wore dark brown baji underneath a dark brown dapo that had solid and square-like tan linings.
Won wore a cream jeogori and wine baji. He donned a lime dapo with wine linings, held together by a wine belt with an apron cloth that hanged from it.
Won was seen wearing only a cerulean baji underneath a loosely worn white jeogori with azure linings, held together by a matching-colored belt.
Won wore a white jeogori that had white dongjeong, purple linings, and matching purple git. He also wore white baji, a prussian blue dapo with azure linings, and a matching azure ribbon belt with apron-like cloth that had flowery spiral designs.
Won's outfit consisted of a dirty white jeogori that had navy blue linings, matching-colored git, and white dongjeong. He wore a pair of matching navy blue baji underneath a brown dapo with thick white linings and white butterfly designs. He held it together with a dirty white ribbon belt where a matching-colored apron-like cloth hanged.
Won was seen wearing only a white jeogori with fuchsia-designed and solid gold linings and a pair of baji.
Won wore a cream jeogori that had white dongjeong, velvet-colored git, and magenta linings. He wore a pair of magenta baji underneath a dark velvet dapo with velvet-designed and dotted white linings.
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Headgear[edit | edit source]
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During court meetings, King Jin Won typically styled his long hair into a bun, held together by an odd-shaped gold sangtu that had a long spiral-like golden string hanging from it and a silver donggot in a shape of a dragon with a silver dangling string resembling a chain having an hourglass-shaped ornament in the middle of the string.
Footwear[edit | edit source]
Won wore white beoseon and a pair of purple hye with a jade cap and gold edges, lines, and sole.
Won wore white beoseon and white hye with a brown cap, designed with curved green lines.
Won wore white beoseon and dark brown hye with faint designs. It also had a tan cap, gold lines around the footwear, a gold sole, and a light cream heelcap.
Won wore white beoseon and black hye with a dark purple cap and heelcap, designed with white solid and dotted lines on the purple portions.
Accessories[edit | edit source]
Won was always seen with his pipe that resembled a kiseru. It had a long red stem and silver bowl (with a screw-shaped neck) and lip. He also used this as his weapon aside from smoking it.