BOOMADAEGAM is originated from Nudong palace in Ikseon-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul – the birthplace of King Cheoljong of the Chosun Dynasty, and the house of Booma (the son-in-law of the king) in Jangheung-ri, Yeoju-si, Gyeonggi-do.
In the Nudong palace was born of the family of Lady Lee (淑夫人 李氏), the daughter of Yeongpyeonggun whose father was Jeongye Daewongun (全溪大院君, 1785-1841, the father of King Cheoljong – the 25th king of the Chosun Dynasty), whose husband was the governor, Yeon-su Hwang.
And the house of Booma is the house of Gwang-bo Byun, Hwangchangbuwi (黃昌副尉, 1644-1661), the great-grandson of E-jung Byun. Princess Gyeongsoon (慶順郡主, the third daughter of Prince Sohyeon who was the older brother of King Hyojong – the 17th king of the Chosun Dynasty) was married to Gwang-bo Byun.
Dried persimmons, traditional foods, and lacquerware crafts enjoyed by the Korean royal family were made in a traditional way that came down from generation to generation, and their history has lasted for 300 years.
Here is the Heritage of the royal family of Korea with a history of 300 years.