This paper presents a seismic repairing of reinforcement concrete bridge column using steel jacketing. An OpenSees-based simulation model of bridge column, considering inelastic flexure, bond slip, and buckling behavior, was first proposed and verified by 9 cyclical loading tests. It is found that the maximum drift ratio approaches to 6% according to 6 case studies. Therefore, an experimental program was conducted in order to understand the repairing efficiency from 3 cyclical loading tests. Specimen BMRC1 represented the benchmark satisfying the code requirements for a new design bridge column, while NFRC1 was a duplicate of BMRC1, expect from the testing procedure adopted from FHWA recommendation to have a pulse-like loading protocol at drift ratio of 8%. NFRC1S, the repairing specimen of NFRC1, utilized 6 mm steel plate with additional chemical bolts. The experimental results showed NFRC1S can be survived at same drift ratio of 8% by providing saturated hysteresis behavior and enhanced shear strength up to 25%, in comparison with BMRC1 and NFRC1. It is expected to repair bridge column by steel jacketing directly without demolishing it though damaged due to near-fault ground motion.