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This study proposes a classification standard of the upper garment based on the excavated costume from the grave of Eung- T ae Lee(1556-1586) found at JeongSang-dong, Andong, KyungBuk province, Korea on APril 1998. This study also classifies the remaining clothes by the proposed standard and shows their characteristics and constructive methods. The first classification standard of the upper garment is based on the assumption that the clothes cover the upper body are the male upperwears. The second classification standard is based on the whole scale such as back length, width, and sleeve length and the third one is based on the other components including the shape of collar, length of side-open, armpit gusset. materials. arrangement of color. The upperwears from the grave of Yeung- Tae Lee consist of 7 pieces for male, 3 pieces for female. and 1 piece for children. Jukori. Hansam. and Jucksam are classified into male upperwear category, Jangjugori without side-open and Danjugori without side-open are classified into female upperwear category.