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As a result of looking into the dresses and ornaments of the five musicians and relief works of figures on Geurndongdae-hyangro, an incense bumer created in the Baekje Dynasty, the following findings were aCQuired: In general, women musicians wear Po based on Yu and Sang, while men musicians wear Po based on Yu and Go. Musician's Po has very wide sleeves that are characterized by much wider sleeve holes than armholes. And Hute player's Go has a large groin trousers that is characterized by bound holes of trouser, while musician's Sang is widely wrinkled. There are lines on ooIlar, sleeve holes and edges of Yu and Po. The method to put on belt is not limited to specific procedures, but no belt is fastened around waist or chest. The common method to fasten belt showed pre-or post-connection. For Imjae, there is a mixture of right and left gusset. For straightening Yu and Po, both right and left gusset correspond to each other. For the length of Po, there are two types such as a little longer Po than knee and very long Po enough to cover ankles. For the hair style of personal figures, most women figures have braided hair(Pyeonbal) down on the back of their head or bound their hair up on a position of rear head. For personal figures, Yu has narrow and tight sleeves(Tongsu and Chaksu) in appearance. These characteristics are shown in some figures with rhythmic movement and equestrian hunter 2. whose sleeves are characterized by much wider sleeve holes than armholes. Equestrian and hunting figures wear their upper garment with narrow and tight sleeves(Tongsu and Chaksu). Moreover. both of them wear same narrow-holed trousers called Gung-go.