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UNMARRIED KOREAN GIRLS WEAR THEIR HAIR IN ONE LONG BRAID
AT THE NAPE OF THE NECK. MARRIED WOMEN WEAR THEIR HAIR
TIED IN A KNOT AT THE NAPE OF THE NECK AND PARTED IN
THE MIDDLE.
THEIR HAIR STYLES NEVER VARY THROUGHOUT THEIR LIFE
EXCEPT AT THIS ONE STAGE IN THEIR LIFE, THEIR MARRIAGE.
A MARRIED WOMAN ALSO WEARS A ROD OR BAR OF SILVER, GOLD OR
SAPPHIRE THROUGH THE KNOT IN HER HAIR.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT ; KOREA

Subject headings: BELIEF -- Marriage P545.153

Date learned: NOT GIVEN

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