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This study specially focused on Jolpung(折風) shaped headgear of Koguryo(高句麗) and Shilla(新羅). They are similar in ‘ㄱ’ shaped adornment of the side forehead and adornment of the back. Various materials are compounded of metal, the bark of white birch, fabric. Also we can assume how to put on from the relic of Shilla(新羅). But the sideshape of Shilla(新羅)'s Jolpung(折風) shaped headgear has two types, round and straight. And the social status of wearer is almost same between Shilla(新羅) and Koguryo(高句麗). The inscription of Jungwonkoguryobi(中原高句麗碑) let us know that Shilla(新羅) and Koguryo(高句麗) are on terms of intimacy in the early 5th century. The king of Koguryo(高句麗) gives Shilla(新羅)'s king and government officials Koguryo(高句麗)'s costume. At that time, the fashion interchange between Shilla(新羅) and Koguryo (高句麗) occurs over the length and breadth of costume.