This study was performed to find out the quality characteristics of Kamgyulpyon in which the kinds of starch and sweetener were varied. The quality characteristics of the samples were estimated in terms of sweetness, color difference, instrumental texture and sensory evaluation. The results from this study were as follows. $\circled1$ Sweetness of the samples prepared with oligosaccharide was lower than those with sugar or honey. When Kamgyulpy n was prepared with sugar, the sweetness of the samples containing mung bean starch was higher than that with other starch sources. $\circled2$ Lightness, redness and yellowness of the samples prepared with oligosaccharide were higher than those with sugar or honey. When the same sweeteners were used, the lightness of the samples containing corn starch and the rednness of the samples containing potato starch were higher than those with other starch sources, but there were no significant differences in yellowness. $\circled3$ Hardness and chewiness of the samples prepared with sugar were higher than those with oligosaccharide or honey, but there were no significant differences in springiness and cohesiveness. When Kamgyulpyon was prepared with honey, the hardness and chewiness of the samples containing potato starch were lower than those with other starch sources. $\circled4$ In the results of sensory evaluation, the sweetness, clarity, springiness and overall acceptability of the samples containing potato starch or com starch were higher than those with mung bean starch. Kamgyulpyon containing potato starch and oligosaccharide showed the highest overall acceptability.