Stew Pot

unknownRepublic of Korea/Joseon Dynasty

National Folk Museum of Korea

National Folk Museum of Korea
Seoul, South Korea

Jeongol naembi is used to cook jeongol stew. It is also called jeonripgwa, and resembles an inverted jeonrip hat with a round crown and a wide brim. These pots are made of cast iron, and the center is concave for boiling stew. The center is surrounded by a wide rim on which meat can be roasted. According to The Agricultural Encyclopedia (林園十六志) of the late Joseon Dynasty, this type of pot was first made in Japan and later introduced to Korea.


  • Title: Stew Pot
  • Creator: unknown
  • Date Created: Republic of Korea/Joseon Dynasty
  • Location: 한국
  • Physical Dimensions: Diameter 27 Height 8.8 Inside diameter 14.4
  • Type: Eating/Cooking/Cooking Tool/Pot
  • Medium: Metal/Copper alloys

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