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Yi Un, Prince of Korea, 1897-1970, undated c1907. Bain Collection, Library of Congress

Yi Un, Prince of Korea, undated Bain Collection, Library of Congress

Korea [unlabeled by uploader: probably early Colonial Period]

korean traditional costume for men from high or middle class of Korean society. Typically made from horsehair and bamboo were traditionally worn to signify rank. These hats have wide brim - middle or high class

Ruled Emperor Sunjong of Korea. Library of Congress Prints and Photos, George G.

흥영군 이우  Colonel Yi Wu (15 November 1912 – 7 August 1945), was the 4th head of Unhyeon Palace, a member of the imperial family of Korea, and a Lieutenant Colonel in the Imperial Japanese Army during the Second World War.  He died in the atomic blast at Hiroshima on August 6, 1945 where he was serving as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Imperial Japanese Army.  He was buried  in Heungwon, Korea on 15 August 1945, the day WWII  ended.

흥영군 이우 Colonel Yi Wu (15 November 1912 – 7 August 1945), was the 4th head of Unhyeon Palace, a member of the imperial family of Korea, and a Lieutenant Colonel in the Imperial Japanese Army during the Second World War. He died in the atomic blast at Hiroshima on August 6, 1945 where he was serving as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Imperial Japanese Army. He was buried in Heungwon, Korea on 15 August 1945, the day WWII ended.

Korean Photo, Korean Women, Korean Fashion, Korean Dress, Orient, Historical Photos, Aquarium, Military, South Korea

King Kojong and first emperor (Emperor Gwangmu) of the Korean Empire(1852-1919, r.1863-1907) and his son, Sunjong(1874-1926,r. 1907-1910 Emperor Yung-hui) in 1890. Kojong was forced to abdicate in 1907 by the Japanese after trying to assert Korean...

King Kojong and first emperor (Emperor Gwangmu) of the Korean and his son, Emperor Yung-hui) in Kojong was forced to abdicate in 1907 by the Japanese after trying to assert Korean.

Japanese-created tourist postcards (colorized in later years). From top: "A view and a manner of Korea," "The Pagoda Park of Korea," "The Keigakuin of Korea."

Japanese-created tourist postcards (colorized in later years). From top: "A view and a manner of Korea," "The Pagoda Park of Korea," "The Keigakuin of Korea.

A Korean sawmill, Korea

Korea in the Imperial Era and Japanese Occupation: The Chemulpo "Sawmill," Korea

Korean women under Joseon dynasty

Social Photography, Asian History, Korean Art, Korean Women, Historical Photos, South Korea, Vintage Photos, Orient, Anthropology

The caption of this photo was "Charley, Chochiwon, Korea, October 1945". This guy is really modern and sharp-looking-I wonder what he did? He was also apparently part of the banquet mentioned in this photo album.

모던보이 The caption of this photo was "Charley, Chochiwon, Korea, October This guy is really modern and sharp-looking-I wonder what he did? He was also apparently part of the banquet mentioned in this photo album.

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Yeongchinwang Yi Eun

Yeongchinwang Yi Eun

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