It is a Baeja made from apricot flower and peony-patterned silk, with the collar being a rectangular Bangryeong, a double collar with a seam on the middle of the collar, and a Dongjeong. The left and right collar heads meet at the front center without overlapping parts, but the lower part of the collar has a gusset on the front piece on the left and right, overlapping. There is a trace of a string on the collar of the left and right front piece and the part 26cm below, has traces of fastening, and it is thought that it would have been worn without overlapping parts. The armhole is a curve, there is an opening 23cm below the armhole, and the uppermost part of the opening was cross-stitched.


  • Title: Baeja, Vest
  • Location Created: Joseon 18C
  • Type: Vest
  • Rights: Gyeonggi Provinvial Museum
  • Medium: Ju

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