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The purpose of this study was to examine the possibility of making functional sulgitteok with Goami 2 rice, which is a rich that is high in dietary fiber. Sulgitteok was made by adding various amounts of Goami powder(25, 50, 75, and 100 %) to rice powder. Then, the sensory tests and other tests to measure color, texture and hardness were examined as a function of time and the moisture content in sulgitteok was measured to determine the quality and characteristics of different types of sulgitteok. The conclusions of these tests were as follows : In the sensory evaluation preference test of sulgitteok made with various amounts of Goami powder, the overall preference was the highest in sulgitteok made with 50% Goami powder (S2). In the difference test, the higher the amount of added Goami powder, the lower the grades were. The S4 group, which was made with Gomai powder, had a strongly unique odor compared with those made with rice powder, which smelled weaker. In terms of the color values of Gomai added sulgitteok, the higher the amount of added Gomai powder, the lower the lightness value of sulgitteok, where group S4 had the lowest value. In addition, the S4 group, which was made with Goami powder, had the hightest red and yellow color. The texture test indicated that sulgitteok containing a large amount of Goami powder were considerably harder compared with the control group. While every group containing Goami powder (S1, S2, S3 and S4) became harder during the first to the third day of the test, their hardness tended to drop after longer storage times. In the control group, the hardness continued to grow from the start up to the fifth day. After five days’ there was a noticeable change in the moisture content in the different types of sulgitteok, with more water evaporating in the S3, S2, and S1 groups than in the S4 groups, which contained the highest amount of Goami powder. Group C, which contained no Goami powder, had the largest water evaporation. Sulgitteok that contained more Goami powder turned out to be more savory than baekseolgi made solely of rice powder. However, they were less preferable overall, since they were rated lower in terms of color, texture and other characteristics. Therefore, utilize Goami tteok as a functional ingredient in food for people with diabetes or obesity, further studies on additives that can provide a sticky texture and favorable color should be conducted. In addition, different types of ttoek such as pounded or boiled ones may be preferable to sulgitteok.