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“Hyedang”, a new covered cultivar derived from the crosses between “Suwon300” and “Haganemugi//CI08397/Haganemugi” developed at the Honam Agricultural Research Institute (HARI), NICS, RDA in 2007. The origin of “Hyedang” is “Iksan 407” (SB951033-B-B-B-72). The initial cross was made in 1995 and the selected line showed a high yield and good quality characteristics under yield trial test in 2004. “Iksan407” consistently performed well for three years (2005-2007) from the four locations of regional yield trial (RYT) in Korea and released as “Hyedang”. The characteristics of “Hyedang” were the following: rate III growth habit, green leaf and stem, compact spike and with long rough awns. The heading date was April 25 in upland and April 17 in paddy field, which was 2 and 3 days earlier than that of check cultivar, “Olbori”. The culm length was 80 cm which was 8 cm shorter than those of check cultivar. It showed spike length of 4.3 cm and 696 spikes per m2, 51 grains per spike, 35.0 g of 1,000 grain weight and 704 g of test weight. It showed stronger winter hardiness and higher resistance to barley yellow mosaic virus (BaYMV) than those with check cultivar. It showed similar protein content and higher whiteness than those of the check cultivar and diastatic power was higher than that of Olbori. The average yield of the pearled grain in the RYT was 4.17 ton ha-1 in upland and 4.27 ton ha-1 in paddy field, which was 23% and 9% higher than that of the check cultivar, respectively. This cultivar would be suitable for the area above the daily minimum mean temperature of -8℃ in January in Korean peninsula.