Traditional Korean Hanbok mixed with ethereal and otherworldly aspects.
Key fashion accessory:
Crown and butterfly necklace
Miki's outfit is a traditional hanbok with a more ghostly and eerie feel to it. The chima (underskirt or under dress) is made of tattered white satin with a black lace trim and an overlay of two layers or torn black gauze causing a floating effect. Underneath her chima is a small petticoat to help with the shape and body of the dress. Her jeogori (jacket) is made of a softer black, with a sheer black collar with bits of glitter pieces. The tie of the jacket is made of both more black gauze and white gauze. Attached to the jeogori is three chains with real amethyst jewels and black and white rose pieces dangling off. The sleeves on the jeogori have been torn at the hem to give it a more tattered look.
Miki's crown is silver with a green/gold jewel in the center. Dangling off of this crown are two tail pieces which at the ends have a silver paper crane, amethyst and a silver feather charm. She also has a small silver butterfly necklace.
Her yellow eyes (Island Doll) are pupil less to indicate her status as a spirit and her pink wig (Leekeworld) is lightly curled to give her a softer and gentler look.
미키 or Miki is not a Korean name, but the name she said was hers. In Japanese a translation with kanji means "beautiful princess" which is fitting. However, she is a Korean spirit, thus presents her name (even though it is not Korean) in Hangul.
This doll's character is not available for offsite roleplay.
Miki is the spirit of a little girl who was miscarried by her mother, also known as a 태아령 (Tae-Aryeong). Miki does not remember who she is or where she came from. She found herself in a doll studio and took refuge in a small doll that she felt a close bond with.
One day the doll was packed away for a long time until she was then reopened and put on display in a doll shop. There were others like Miki, but they were all taken to new homes long before her. She remained alone for a long time. Then one day a young girl picked her up and Miki knew she had to go home with her. But the girl did not take her home at first. Instead she was back once a week to play with her.
Eventually the doll was once again boxed up and Miki thought she was going away forever and would never go home with someone. Then finally, Miki was opened once more to find the girl had indeed brought her home and Miki began to learn about herself and where she came from and learned someone would always come back for her.
Miki's true background is that of a spirutual and ethereal one. Her spiritual tasks and assignments are that of helping the Bodhisattvas (particularly Kannon (Guanyin)) with taking care of lost children and escorting them to the after life.
Her true spiritual parents are a royal gumiho and a deity so Miki's status relates to that of a princess. She is a special intermediary between the living and dead and helps babies and children move to the next life as well as helping individuals receive messages from the Bodhisattvas.