Common in the 15th and 16th Centuries, The Unggeom Sword were double-edged Straight Swords. Based upon Chinese blade design (like The Wushu), they were around 35 to 45 inches long. Featuring an upwards inverted hand guard – this component also helped lock the blade into it's scabbard. The Unggeom also featured large and sometimes ornate pommels. They were common in Infantry Units.