This is the portrait of Yi Chungwon (1537-1605) who was appointed as a second Hoseong meritorious subject. His family name originated from Jeonju, and he was a great-great-grandson of Deokcheongun Husaeng, who was a descendant of the 10th generation of Jeongjong. As a high ranking civil servant, he attended on Seonjo to Uiju during the Imjin Japanese Invasion, and he was given credit for it. In 1604, at the age of 68, he was appointed second Hoseong meritorious subject and was given a title Wanyagnbuwongun. This portrait was painted when he was appointed a meritorious subject. The style shows typical early 17th Century portrait. On the top right corner, the writing proves that it was a true picture of 68 year old Wanyangbuwongun Yi Chungwon.