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Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association 2011;49(4):1-9. doi: https://doi.org/10.6115/khea.2011.49.4.001
A Study on the Type of Shaman's Costume in Honam District: Centering on the Field Survey of Years 2006~2010
Eun Jung Kim
Department of Clothing & Textiles·Human Ecology Reserch Institute, Chonnam National University
Corresponding Author: Eun Jung Kim ,Tel: +82-62-530-1347, Fax: +82-62-530-1349, Email: kimej0234@hanmail.net
Received: December 30, 2010; Revised: January 10, 2011   Accepted: March 2, 2011.
ABSTRACT
This study aims to examine the costumes, which a shaman wears for the ritual of exorcism in the Honam region. The findings are based on a field survey of the exorcism ritual, which is performed by hereditary shamans and forms part of an annual event in the Honam region. Two main features of the shamans' costumes were observed. Firstly, the types of shamanic costume worn for gut reflected the general traditional costume but with some variations. White-colored costumes are largely found in the Honam region. Secondly, the types of costumes, which shamans wear in the Honam region. are also varied. The different types of shamanic costumes, regardless of Ga-sa, can be classified into Jang-sam, Jeon-bok, or Duru-magi, variations in the patterns of costumes, differences in the types of conical hat, and modifications in the dress code.
Keywords: traditional costume, Jang-sam, Gut, Shaman, Honam
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