Absolutely gorgeous work, so very elegant and I'm especially engrossed by her lips (they look so painted and full!!)
Although the word is 'Kisaeng' just so you know ;D And mind you Kisaeng wore their hair up and elaborately with elegant hair pins in them. They were very decorated in the day, the detail on them is hard to skip out if you look into it~!!!
well...its awesome that for sure but i think that the overall proportion is a bit...Wack. i try to visualise her without the cloths(wierd?) and she seems to be missing her feet...other than that great work
Actually...hanbok (traditional korean dress) usually have two parts the jeogori or top and the chima or the skirt. The jeogori is usually a foot long or shorter depending on the wearer, so it would just about cover a woman's chest. Then the chima is tied above a woman's chest and is usually long enough to cover the woman's feet. So if when you visualize her without clothes (kinda), she does have feet, they were just hidden behind chima.
You're right! Kisaeng were high class prostitutes and they did entertain. Their lifestyle was like more like a Geisha's becasue they had more freedom and they weren't cooped up in the Yoshiwara distrect like the Oiran