Traditional Culture Head Coverings – South Korea 2004
South Korea issued a set of four Se-tenant stamps on Theme Traditional Culture -head Coverings on 20 Aug 2004.Traditionally Hats were worn as per social status and ceremonial occasions.
190 Won – Gauze Hat – From the late Goryeo Dynasty (938-to 1392) and early Joseon Dynasty the Gauze hats were worn by Government officials as part of their attire outside office. Commoners wore these hats during Wedding Ceremonies.
190 won – Horsehair hats – Horsehair hats were a symbol of upper caste during early Joseon Dynasty and it started with Government officials wearing it as a part of Normal Uniform. The use of silk and ornaments at the end of hat strings would signify the status and wealth.
Date of issue – 20 Aug 2004 Print – 560,000