Comparison of Korean shroud with Chinese shroud are as follows. 1. Taetae Simeui P'oo Hansam Ko, Mal, Nukpaek, Kwatu, Ch'ungi Po-kkon Myokmok Ri Aksu Mo and Om were used the most inchina. However Mangkon Tapho Tanko Sotae Ri and Kop'o were used more widely in Korea. 2. The cloths of Chinese shroud were p'o, Paek and Kyun but those of the orean were paek Chu Chung and P'o The colors of the chinese and Koean shroud was Hyun Hun and white. 3. The size of the Cinese shroud is as follows. The size of the Ch ungi ws si-milar tothe size of jujube kernel the len-gth of Myokmok was one Ch'ok two Ch'on or one Ch'ok five Ch'on the length of Aksu was one Ch'ok two Ch'on and its width was five Ch'on. The chil of Mo reached the hands and the length of Sw-ae was three Ch'ok and the length of Om ws five Ch'on. the size of the Korean shroud was the same as Chinese shroud except that the size fo Myokmok and the lenth of Chil and Swae was seven Ch'ok respectively,. 4. In Korean and Chinese shroud Aksu was tied by the strings at two corners Myokmok was teid by the strings of four corners. The tip of the Om was divided and Mo wrapped the shole body. 5. The clothes of Soryom was nineteen Ch'ing in Korean and chinese shroud. The clothes of Taeryom in Kun were one hundred Ch'ing in the chinese and ninety Ch'ing in the Korean shroud. The imple-ment of Soryom were Kum Kyo Sangeui Saneui Ch'im Yok and Kyon in the Chinese shroud and were Kum Kyo Sangeui Saneui Ch'im Yok Kyonand Sinmyon in the Korean shroud. In the case of the implement of Taeryom the Chinese shroud had Kum Kyo Sangeui Saneui Ch'im and Yok the same as Korean shroud.
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