Women's hats of the Joseon Dynasty were not so varied compared to men's. Here are some of hats of women used in Joseon which was a Korean dynastic kingdom that lasted for approximately five centuries from 1392 to 1897.
For hats for men in Joseon (Chosun) period, please refer to the following:
Hwagwan (화관; 花冠)
It is an anadem used by royal women (such as Queen, Crown Princess) and upper class women.
Jokduri (족두리; 簇頭里)
A jokduri is a type of Korean traditional coronet worn by women for special occasions. It's still used today in weddings.
A gulle is a type of sseugae, Korean traditional headgear, worn by children aged one year to five years old during the late Joseon period.
It is a type of traditional Korean winter cap with earflaps which was worn by women and was made of silk.
An ayam is a Korean traditional winter cap mostly worn by women in the Joseon period to be protected against the cold.
It's also a type of traditional Korean winter hat worn by both men and women for protection against the cold.
A bolkki is a hat used in winter for protection from cold.
It is a type of clothing worn by women of the Joseon period as a veil to cover their faces. Jangot is similar to durumagi, or the outer jacket of a hanbok. The difference is a jangot has a collar and a ribbon for tying.
Jeonmo (전모; 氈帽)
It is a kind of hat worn by women when they go out in the Joseon Dynasty. A Jeonmo was normally worn by the lower classes, and was not much worn by the upper classes.
Women in palaces or of upper classes wore a neol to cover their faces.