This study reviews are to find out for how Chinese books present status, actually purchased or obtained on the way to Peking trip, looking at the records of the Chinese books mentioned in the records of traveling in Peking(燕行錄, Yeonhaengrok) written by Moksan Lee Gi-gyeong (木山 李基敬). Moksan who went to Peking in the position of Secretary in the mid-18th century.
On the base of this, I wanted to consider about what Chinese books Moksan (木山) wanted to collect in the schedule of going to Peking and which Chinese books Moksan (木山) had as a result.
The collection of ≪Sanweiji(三魏集)≫ was stamped with the seal of Moksan, is not only the remains of the survivors (abandoned people) of the late Ming Dynasty, but also has a high literary value. Beijing trip at that time It was worth replacing most desired Lü Liuliang(吕留良)’s collection of books, It can be said that The purchase “Sanwei Quanshu” is the biggest achievement from Moksan (木山)’s mission of beijing trip.
In addition, if one type of “Yi-tang edtion(易堂藏版)” produced between Kangxi(康熙) is correct, according to the research inference about The collection of ≪Sanweiji(三魏集)≫ stamped with the seal of Moksan(木山), it will be the subject of research that is recognized as a rare book not only in Korea acdemia but also in Chinese academia.
This not only reaffirmed the value of The actual Chinese old books through the empirical study of the materials handed down so far, but also proved the historical value of existing Chinese books based on the content mentioned in Yeonhaengrok(燕行錄), as well as it has become a study that can re-search the direction of future research of The actual Chinese old books mentioned in Yeonhaengrok(燕行錄).