Incho gisa mobon jeong Mong-Ju Yeongjeong
These portraits are imitations copied from an original portrait, all of which show Jeong Mong-Ju with Ohsamo(a hat worn by officials in former days), Cheongpodanryeong(dress worn by officials in former days) and Gakdae(a sash worn by officials in former days) without description of background. Sungjeonggisa-mobon(copy) presumed to be the work of Kim Yuk is 169.5cm*98 big.
It is understood to be copied in 1629 since letter of Sungjeonggisa-mobon is written in the bottom right corner of the portrait. And it is believed to be the oldest portrait of Jeong Mong-Ju which remains up to now.
It pictures a whole body of Jeong Mong-Ju on a chair with Ohsamo and light-blue Danryeongpo (dress worn by officials in former days) on a silk. And it expresses image of the face with 80% of it left and the rest right and the expression of dress is done not by Chinese black ink line but by blue colored line.
In general, it was damaged severely but it is the oldest work of Jeong Mong-Ju which still remain and holds status which can be found only in old works (Imgo-myeon office, Jayang Middle School, Sooseong Police Box, Woohang-ri, Yeongcheon)
- Treasure No. 1110
- Period : Joseon Dynasty
- Location : 161 Yanghang-ri Imgo-myeon Yeongcheon city
- Material : Silk
- Owner : Imgo-seowon
- The Seowon houses 3 pieces of Jeong Mong-ju's portrait which seem to look alike. But periods of drawing and detailed presentation of the portraits and drawers are different.