Hoejeonban, also called iljuban or dangakban, is a small revolving table to present or carry tableware. It served as a tray to carry dishes, and as a table in a room since it had legs. It was a household item, easy to use in small spaces for various purposes. It came into widespread use in the Joseon Dynasty as the housing structure for a sedentary lifestyle took hold. The top board of the table shown here is round, while the rim is expressed as a flower with 12 petals. Under the top board, a cloud-shaped panel is attached, and under the center of the top board, four legs are twisted into one. The legs twisted in a cross shape are adorned with a cloud design.