Bookmark in the design of a Ma-Pae (Copper Tablet) The "amhaeng-eosa" or secret royal inspector in the Joseon Kingdom were undercover officials directly appointed by the king and were sent to local provinces to punish corrupt officials and comfort the sufferings of people while traveling incognito. The secret royal inspectors kept "horse requisition tablets" called "mapae" with them throughout their missions. Mapae was a symbol of the secret royal inspector. There were horses carved on the mapae, meaning the inspectors could commandeer as many horses as were carved on the mapae. The mapae was used not only to ask for horses but also to prove identity. Whenever the inspector made an appearance, a team of royal inspectors reportedly exclaimed: "Now entering, the secret royal inspector," presenting the mapae in hand. The mapae was used as a stamp of the inspector.
Meet up at the following areas can be arranged - Weekdays 9am-4pm: Ampang Park area - Weekdays after 5pm or weekends: Old Klang Road (Taman Desa to OUG) - Sunday morning/afternoon: Bukit Bintang area
Poslaju: RM8 WM | RM12 EM Pos Ekspres: RM4 WM | RM12 EM