The hanbok can be traced back to the Three Kingdoms of Korea period (1th century BC–7th century AD), with roots in the peoples of what is now northern Korea and Manchuria.
Early forms of hanbok can be seen in the art of Goguryeo tomb murals in the same period, with the earliest mural paintings dating to the 5th century.
From this time, the basic structure of the hanbok consisted of the jeogori jacket, baji pants, chima skirt, and the po coat. The basic structure of hanbok was designed to facilitate ease of movement and integrated many motifs of shamanistic nature.
These basic structural features of the hanbok remains relatively unchanged to this day. However, present days hanbok which is worn nowadays is patterned after the hanbok worn in the Joseon dynasty.
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