This study explores the tone marks of the proper nouns of Korean origin in the 9-year edition of Kanbun(1669). This paper presents them as data, and examines the correspondence with the Ganemigi-bon, a manuscript of the Urabe family.
As a result, the tone marks of proper nouns of Korean origin in the 9-year edition of Kanbun was the most common Hyosyo, and this is the same as the result of the old manuscripts and the manuscript of Kanemigi.
As a result of responding to tone marks common to the manuscript of Kanemigi, the perfect agreement reached 95%.
Therefore, it is considered that this data can be regarded as a material that can complement the manuscript of Kanemigi. However, the volumes for which the scores have not been judged are shown depending on the volume, so volume 27 and volume 29 should be used with caution.