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So far, the graphics of Korean clothing have focused on maintenance of forms without specific improvement. Inparticular, in the archetypal design of a Jeogori, ambiguous standards on the overlapping of left and right collars andcollar strips cause problems in the teaching and learning of Korean traditional clothing. As a result, the graphics ofmen’s Durumagis based on a Korean Jeogori have the same problems as Jeogoris and the connection betweenthem has not been sufficiently studied. Design of “Moo” in respect to graphics of men’s Durumagis has its owncalculation equation or measures, but they can not be generalized. This study therefore considers the existinggraphics of men’s Durumagis or approaches of Moo in different angles by reviewing the connection betweenDurumagis and Jeogoris. Therefore, archetypal forms of Durumagis are designed with a radius of a circle using one’sheight and the girth of one’s chest, which contributes to symmetry of the collars and learning effects throughscientific graphics of “Moo.” It is further expected that can be mass-produced through archetypal design of overcoatsand graphics of “Moo” of Durumagis that can be standardized as well as connection between graphics of Jeogorisand Jeogoris.