This article intends to clarify the common and different features among the shards collected from the kiln sites recorded in the Gazetteers of the Sejong Silrok(Veritable Record of the King Sejong). The five kiln sites in Yeonhari, Dosoori, Songjungri, Gasanri, and Chunghengri located in the provinces of Kyonggi and Cl'ungch'ong were active during ca.1424-1432. The shards are closely studies by comparing their shapes and decorative motifs. As a result it was found that ceramic wares produced in the period of "地理志 Jiriji(1424-1432)" were influenced by the Koryo ceramic tradition. The lotus design on the shards show the common feature that it became simpler and disappeared in the later period. However, collected shards also reveal some regional characteristics.