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Myeonbok

Myeonbok is a kind of Korean traditional clothes (hanbok) worn by the kings of Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910) in Korea. Myeonbok is worn by kings in special events such as coronation, morning audience, ancestral rites in Jongmyo and lunar new year's audience. Myeonbok is divided into gujangbok and sibijangbok. Gujangbok is worn by king and sibijangbok is worn by emperor. Myeonbok symbolizes the dignity of king when conducting important ceremonies.

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