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It is the armor of General Jeong Ji, a general in the Goryeo Dynasty, and is designated as the National Treasure No. 336. It is recorded in Goryeosa that General Jeong Ji performed ancestral rites in Mt. Jiri on his way to beat up the Japanese. The armor made of sheet of iron and metal rings is used during the war with Japan. The valvular iron piece is connected by the hoop and is made to protect the body from arrows. It seems to be used in the wars under combat uniforms. The shoulders and arms are connected only by the rings so that it can be moved freely. The iron is 5 ~ 8.5cm wide, 7.5 ~ 8cm long and 2mm thick.
|Times of use||09:00 ~ 18:00(Admission before 30 minutes of closing)|
Close(Every Monday, New Year’s Day, Next Day after National Holidays)
Children(Individual,Group), Youth(Individual, Group), Adult(Individual, Group4), Serviceperson/Police Officer(Individualn,Group),Senior citizen & Hanbok wearing person(free of charge)