Taepyeongmu (태평무; literally "great peace dance") is a Korean dance with the function of wishing a great peace for the country. Its exact origin is unknown, but Hahn Seongjun (hangul: 한성준; hanja: 韓成俊; 1875–1941), a well known dancer and drummer, rearranged the dance in the early 20th century. There are three assumptions regarding the origin of Taepyeongmu. One is a court dance occasionally performed by kings during the Joseon dynasty. Therefore, the costumes used by the dancers are similar to the gwanbok (hangul: 관복; literally "official clothing") formerly worn by Korea's kings and queens.