It is a quilted Baeja with outer and inner fabrics made from silk, and was finely quilted at a 1cm interval. The collar head is a triangle, and has 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 attached on the left and right front piece to be overlapped. Seeing from the fact that it was fastened with a button knot at the collar head and at a point 13cm, 24.5cm below the collar head, it is presumed to have been worn in a Daegeum shape without overlapping parts on the front. The armhole line is a curve just like modern clothes' armhole circumference, and there is an opening 23.5cm below the armhole.


  • Title: Baeja, Vest
  • Location Created: Joseon 17C
  • Physical Dimensions: 110.5 cm x 46 cm
  • Type: Vest
  • Rights: Gyeonggi Provinvial Museum
  • Medium: Ju

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