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BO Han Jib(補閑集) in the National Library of China's Possession is the block book different from other woodblock-printed books still extant and the postscript by Lee Jang-young of Koryo to the book has been proved as a new material that has never been mentioned before by domestic and foreign scholars. The accession number is 'San No. 15542(善15542本).‘ The title is Bo Han composed of 3 gwon and 3 chaek. It is assumed that the book was printed by Lee Geuk-don(李克墩), the governor of Gyeongsang(慶尙) Province in 1492 or 1493. Gosa Chwaryo(考事撮要) of 1576 edition mentions that there has preserved some woodblocks of Bo Han Jib at a place in Hamyang(咸陽), Gyeongsang Province. It may be inferred from the fact that the edition of the National Library of China was printed by the woodblock.Lee Jang-yong's postscript was written in July, 1255. Lee was a figure who rather early formed the connection with the book It has been said that Jeng Seo(鄭敍)‘s Jab Seo(雜書) which was bound together by Choe Ja(崔滋) was found in Lee's home. Through Lee's postscript newly found this time the implication of the title 'Bo Han' and the establishment of the relation between Choe Ja and men in power has been more manifest. Moreover, the newly found material may be regarded as a good one in that it contains new information about the printed date of Bo Han Jib and the complied date of Pa Han Jib(破閑集) so as to make up for the weak points in the existing scholarship.