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In the prologue, Dan Ah seemingly wore a plain pinkish sokgot ensemble that had a red gradient on the bottom portion. Over this, she wore a white durumagi with pink linings held together by a matching pink belt ribboned on her right.
Dan Ah wore a male disguise and ran away from her residence. She wore a cream jeogori beneath a light brown dapo with ruffles at the hem part, all of which covered a cream baji underneath. She also wore a mint jeonbok with gold linings, held together by a matching gold belt ribboned on her right side.
Dan Ah's hanbok consisted of a light brown jeogori with white dongjeong and indigo patterned git, over which she wore a shorter and sleeved version of a turquoise baeja that had light indigo patterned linings on the sleeves. The baeja was held closed together by a small purple ribbon. She also had a pink waist belt underneath her top from where a stringed, pale yellow norigae hanged. She wore a mustard yellow chima with a pink-lined slit in the center.
Dan Ah wore a cream jeogori with white dongjeong, light green git, and light yellow green cuffs. She topped this off with a shorter and sleeved light green baeja with thick purple linings, held closed by a purple ribbon in the middle. Her waist belt was light pink, under which was a cream chima with matching pink-lined slit in the middle.
Dan Ah's sleepwear was similar to her outfit in the prologue, though with some variations. She had the same-colored sokgot ensemble, and her durumagi was light pink in color rather than her initial white one. It also had pink linings, and it was held together by a matching pink belt.
Dan Ah's hanbok consisted of a cream jeogori that had white dongjeong, and its git and cuffs were both navy blue. She also wore a shorter and sleeved pink-and-orange baeja with purple linings on the sleeves and a matching colored ribbon that held the baeja closed in the center. Her waist belt was dominantly white, though it also had some bands of color on her side, including light green, yellow, and pink. She wore a light blue chima that had a white-lined slit in the middle.
Dan Ah wore a light brown jeogori that had a white dongjeong and purple git. She donned a shorter and sleeved yellow baeja with yellow green linings along the slits in the middle, held closed by a matching colored ribbon, where a small red norigae hanged. Alongside a white waist belt, she wore a salmon floral-patterned chima with a white-lined slit in the center. She seemingly had another pale yellow skirt underneath her chima, possibly her sokchima.
Dan Ah wore a cream jeogori that had white dongjeong and light purple git. This was covered mostly by a shorter and sleeved indigo-and-red patterned baeja with ecru linings on the sleeves and along the slit in the middle, held closed by a matching ecru ribbon in the middle where a green stringed norigae hanged. She also wore a white waist belt, as well as a yellow chima that had faint green smudges somewhere in the bottom portion and a white-lined slit in the center of the skirt.
Dan Ah's hanbok consisted of a pale yellow jeogori with white dongjeong and cuffs; it also had a matching pale yellow git. It was mostly covered by a white shorter and sleeved baeja with vertical line patterns, whose shoulder pads were turquoise and purple linings along the slit in the middle were held closed together by a purple ribbon, where an azure norigae hanged. She also wore a white waist belt along with a light pink chima with a white-lined slit in the center.
Dan Ah wore a cream jeogori with white dongjeong, orange git, and matching orange cuffs. She also wore a shorter and sleeved citron baeja with velvet-colored linings on the sleeves and along the slit in the middle, which was closed by a matching-colored ribbon. Her waist belt was white, seemingly wrapped around multiple times similar to bandages, beneath which hanged a purple norigae. She also wore a light orange chima with a white-lined slit in the middle.
Dan Ah wore her outfit from the previous chapter (provided that it was assumably the same day as per the continuity), though with some additional clothing. She tucked her jeogori's sleeves into cream forearm guards, and she also wore a cream jeonbok with two pins that attached the vest together and generally held together on the waist by a matching-colored belt.
Dan Ah wore a cream jeogori with matching-colored git as well as white deongjong and cuffs. Over this, she wore a shorter and sleeved lilac baeja with a purple portion at the shoulders and pink linings along the slit in the middle, tied together with a light pink ribbon. She also wore a cream waist belt, and her light blue chima had a cream-lined slit in the center of the skirt.
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