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vintage everyday: Pictures of Korea in 1945

Somewhere between Fusan and Seoul where Korean ladies offered food items for sale. I believe the passengers are refugees returning from Japan.

Seoul families without running water in their homes carried it in buckets from a public tap. November 1945

Seoul families without running water in their homes carried it in buckets from a public tap.

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.

Min-bi, the Last Queen of Korea

Queen Min-bi of Korea, b Empress Myeongseong 1851 d was the first official…

OLD KOREA - LAND OF THE MORNING CALM -- The Wedding party (2), SEOUL | Unknown photographer, ca 1899-190? [full image also on board]

Seoul in Korean Empire – 35 Vintage Photos of Everyday Life in the Land of the Morning Calm in the

Korean Shaman (1930s)

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Hanbok - Studio portrait of aristocratic lady, thought by some scholars to be Queen Min (Queen Min's photographic likeness has yet to be positively confirmed) c.1890

Queen Min, Empress Myeongseong October 1851 – 8 October known informally as Queen Min, was the first official wife of Gojong of Korea, the twenty-sixth king of Joseon and the first emperor of the Korean Empire and the last Queen of Korea.

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