The history of the women's veil which was used to hide their face in Yi-Dynasty was discussed. The similar fashion of wearing veil was popular in T'ang China as Myok-li and Yoo-Mo, then it might have influenced the fashion of the women's dress of the Silla Dynasty. It was also found out that the custom was most popular in Koryo and then continued to Yi-Dynasty. The confucianism of Yi-Dynasty requested very strict moral obligation toward women that veil had to be worn by them whenever going out. It might not be their popular fashion but obligation. There were several types of veil so called; Neoul(라원) Jangott(장의) Suege-China(쓰개치마) Chun-eue(천의) Sak-kat(삿갓) Chun-mo(천모)etc., which were used as a part of formal dress for women. From the late 1930, when the new society started to accept women's activities, the customs of wearing veil had been vanishing from the women's dress.
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