National Geographic : 1933 Oct
(c) National Geographic Society NOW TELL IT AGAIN, GRANDPA! The tiny Korean maid is dressed in festival clothes. The man wears the spotless white garments and traditional "fly-cage" hat, made up of a horsehair skullcap with a raised center, upon which is perched a topper of the same material, RING AROUND THE PICKLE JAR The boy and his sister,clad intheir chromatic New Year's attire, are somewhat quizzical about thecameraman's activities. The jar, in which pickles are preserved,isone ofmany usually found intherear courtyards of Korean homes.