Korean royal women cosutme in Joseon dynasty "dangui hanbok"
Dopo is maybe one of the most famous male hanbok. It was a overcoat for men, usually "seonbi", after the mid Joseon. Dopo's special mark is that is has three back hems. Two from the front part are connected on the inside, and the other one from the back part covers them. This shape help to hide underwears, legs, and the inner rumpled, and make the skirt part flutter very lavish.
The colours and shapes in these vectors are simple yet effective, as they create interesting textures and patterns on the buildings, as well as giving them depth. As a result they become more realistic and true to the style of these ancient palaces.