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2007, Vol., No.61

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    A Reargument on Complement Categories and their Properties in Korean

    송복승 | 2007, (61) | pp.5~29 | number of Cited : 10
    The aim of this article is to compare the syntactic and semantic properties between Case Complements (‘i/ka’, ‘ro’) and Normal Complements (‘e’, ‘eso’, ‘eke’, ‘wa/kwa’). The Case Complements compose a pair argument with another argument in its argument structure. The first member of the pair argument plays a role of the subject or object in its syntactic structure, while the second member of the pair argument (Case Complement) plays a role of the predicate with its verb in the syntactic structure. In addition, the Case Complement is accompanied by a copula sentence. On the contrary, the Normal Complement stands alone in the argument structure, and stays in the argument structure of the verb in the syntactic component. The Normal Complement is accompanied by an existential sentence. Because of syntactic and semantic properties of the Case Complement, the Case Complement should be excluded from the complement category in the Korean language.
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    A Functional Classification on Interrogative of ‘hara’ Form in the Fifteenth Century

    양영희 | 2007, (61) | pp.31~55 | number of Cited : 1
    This study is to distinguish the important function on interrogative of ‘hara’ form by separating ‘nda’ pattern from ‘ga/go’ system, and is also to examine each function. Because the essence on the study could have not revealed with many opinions so this study is to reconsider the existing thoughts. In other words, the function divided into ‘ga/go’ system and ‘nda’ pattern by practising ‘ga/go’, the sign of interrogation, or not. Also the prior function is distinguished ‘nga/go’ pattern from ‘ryeo’ type. The term ‘ryeo’ type is combined with prefinal-ending and the examples are ‘-nyeo/niyeo/nieo/niah, -ryeo/riyeo/rieo/riah, -nyo/nio, -ryo/rio’. In the first place, ‘nda’ pattern and ‘ga/go’ style are discriminated whether a listener is requested any factual information/judgment or any assumptive judgment/explanation. Besides, ‘ga/go’ style is classified into ‘nga’ pattern and ‘ryeo’ type, the prior require assumptive judgment/explanation to a listener and the latter require a listener's opinion after judging or explaining for oneself. That is to say, ‘nda’ pattern is the interrogative requiring factual judgment/explanation to a listener by asking directly, ‘nga’ pattern assum- ptive judgment/explanation to a listener on any cases or situations and ‘ryeo’ type a listener's judgment/explanation after presuming about the cases or situation.
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    Issues on the syllable structure in Korean

    Lee, Joo-Hee | 2007, (61) | pp.57~81 | number of Cited : 5
    This paper surveys some issues related to the syllable structure of Korean. In the previous literature, it has been considered that the internal structure of syllable in Korean is right-branching following English syllable structure(Fudge 1987 and many others). However, researchers claim that syllable structure of Korean is left-branching, in which the onset and the nucleus form a unit. Apart from left or right branching argument, there is another view for Korean, in which language has flat syllable structure. Three different types of argument has made in the previous research. Thus, I shall try to examine research papers as well as phonology textbooks for student to find out what is the major issue and problem for syllable structure in Korean among them. Finally, I shall introduce the current trend for analysing syllable structure.
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    The Study of Korean basic sentence type on argument structure

    조경순 | 2007, (61) | pp.83~108 | number of Cited : 13
    The aim of this paper is to establish the Korean basic sentence type that is connected with mother tongue of foreign student who study the Korean language. In other words, if the basic sentence type is established on the common sentence type of languages, a student will learn easily Korean sentence type. After this paper establishes the Korean basic sentence type, this paper compares the argument structure of the Korean language with the India-Europe language. The common basic sentence type structures of the Korean language and India-Europe language are as follows. The first, the basic sentence type structure 1 that has no argument. The second, the basic sentence type structure 2 that has one argument. The third, the basic sentence type structure 3 that has two arguments. The last, the basic sentence type structure 4 that has three arguments. The Korean basic sentence type of this paper shows the Korean basic sentence type frame. Specially, the no argument sentence like “An-nyeong- ha-se-yo?” is base on the basic sentence type structure 1. And, the Korean basic sentence type structure of this paper includes all Korean sentences is composed of the primitive elements. As this paper makes the Korean basic sentence type structure by comparison with other language(the India- Europe), foreign students study the Korean language easily.
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    The meaning of Samsaeng in Samsaengokchohwajeon

    민영대 | 2007, (61) | pp.109~135 | number of Cited : 1
    It seems that traditionally, our people believed that our lives do not end in death and therefore believe in an afterlife. This has a close connection with shamanism and Buddhism. That kind of belief can be found in countless stories and novels such as Choichiwon(최치원), Dohwanyeobihyungrang(도화녀비형랑), Isaengkyujangjeon(이생규장전),Shimcheongjeon(심청전),Wangrangbanhonjeon(왕랑반혼전), Janghwahongryunjeon(장화홍련전), Joobongjeon(주봉전), etc. In this work, the heroine dies three times and revives three times. After the mourning ritual of three days for her husband's death, she killed herself to follow her husband and experience the afterlife. The passionate love for her husband and yearning for her mother makes her choose death, and this is an extreme climax. She revives in reward of this, but because of the avariciousness of the district governor, she kills herself again to remain faithful to her husband. But she is given a second chance to revive for her mortification and grievousness to be resolved. Finally she kills herself for a third time to follow the death of her father-in-law, which is a typical model of a faithful wife and a filial daughter-in-law. She is given a third chance to revive. She is told that her life in this world has not ended and she is ordered by her husband and her mother-in-law to come back to them after leading a more difficult life in this world. This is to guarantee a happy life in compensation for a life in this world dotted with sufferings and hardships. This work was a result of the dreams and hopes of authors and readers who were desiring and dreaming better life in times of difficulties, and also it was the author's intention to herald the beautiful life of heroine, a kin of his family. On the other hand, ‘Samsaeng’ has a close connection to the belief of revival and the beliefs of Buddhism our people had.
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    A narrative approach to the establishment of Beeam-temple

    민찬 | 2007, (61) | pp.137~164 | number of Cited : 0
    A narrative approach to the establishment of Beeam-temple
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    The Nature and Function of Interposed Poems in Yorowonyahwagi

    조태성 | 2007, (61) | pp.165~185 | number of Cited : 3
    Yorowonyahwagi is a novel written by Park, Doo-se(1650-1733) in the latter part of the Chosun period. This study is considering the nature and function as well as the interposed poems in the work. Thereupon, the interposed poems in Yorowonyahwagi are the device for converting to dialogue subject in next step and that is, it is a setting for switching to more realistic and critical theme. Moreover, one of the special features of the interposed poems is that ‘developing process of the interposed poems’ can be seen to ‘epitome of developing process of plot’. ‘Developing aspect of the interposed poems = developing aspect of plot’, referred in chapter two, is an explanation on the feature. The interposed poems in the work are progressing as the following: ‘Yukdampungwol → Jinseopungwol → Yeongu → Saun → Yukeon → Samochileon → Chileon-Yeongu → Oeon-Yeongu’. The feature is revealed when the progress substitutes for the contents in developing process. This matter has already discovered in the process of confirming the developing process of plot and its contents were consistent with the analysis in the process of resolving the interposed poems with three standards.
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    Review-An Interpretation of an Egg in the Song Seodongyo(薯童謠)

    Hwang,In-Deok | 2007, (61) | pp.187~209 | number of Cited : 1
    The word ‘Myo (卯)’, the same as an ‘Egg (卵)’, is known to be difficult to interpret in the old Korean song called <Seodongyo>. This study will decipher it as an egg (卵) and then try to interpret its meaning more clearly. For this, it is necessary to pay attention to the Korean folk cultural meaning of an egg. It is also necessary to compare its meaning in Korea with its meaning in other countries. While taking a good look at the folk materials in the neighboring countries, the author found that the content of <Seodongyo> was similar to the ethnic customs of an egg among some minority races in the southwest of China. It included the exchange of eggs, sharing eggs, and breaking eggs in relation to dating and marriage rituals among these minority races. There are some similarities between <Seodongyo> and their folk culture. The expression of <Seodongyo> resembles the cultures of ‘breaking eggs’ and ‘exchange of eggs’ regarding the relationship between a man and a woman. It also means the promise of friendship and marriage between the two lovers. Against this backdrop, it is estimated that some minority races in the southwest of China and Baekje(百濟) had cultural solidarity and a mutually influential relationship. Maybe, our culture in the Baekje era or Mahan(馬韓) era was influenced by the neighboring Chinese. Or, the township system (擔魯制) of Baekje had an influence upon the southwest of China and delivered our folk culture. Considering this view, <Seodongyo> indicates that it does not intend to disclose an indecent rumor, but intends to express natural romantic love and a poetic feeling between the lovers.
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    Beyond the Colonial Diaspora

    박수연 | 2007, (61) | pp.211~230 | number of Cited : 10
    This paper discusses a diasporic identity of Park, Seyoung's poetry. Park's Poem is a resistive act to the Japanese Imprrialism. His diasporic poetry isn't a expression of ethnocentrism. He is a Marxist, then a internationalist. So, he argues a international struggle of working class. But his collection of poems is a expression of nature familiar feeling. This is a essential point of his 1930's poetry. And it is a expression of ex-capitalism and local grounding identity.
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    The Study on Life-orientation in the poetry of Park Yong-rae

    이경애 | 2007, (61) | pp.253~277 | number of Cited : 1
    In this study, I considered the dynamic structure of internal order, Poet's consciousness and his view of the world, and the symbolic background and motive of esthetic unity that he pursued in the poetry of Park Yong-rae. The structure of 「Wolhun」, repeatedly expanding time and space, made the universal reproduction. It showed the united view of universe that was a feature of Korea's thoughts. In such a structure, all lives of universe accomplished universal unity, connecting mutually. Morphologically or meaningfully it was the fundamental thought of refined taste of Jeophagunsang where there was no discrimination between a lifeless thing and a living thing, and among human, nature, and universe, and it was the spirit of awe of life and esthetics of life where there was no classification between principal and auxiliary. Personally the symbol of 'crying' showed in his poem was the personal expression of Poet's inner passion. Collectively objectivity was to wish for the fundamental recovery and unity of life and it meant the Park Yong-rae's esthetic accomplishment. The approach to microscopic nature showed in poem of Park Yong-rae was to expand universal imagination freely in time and space and to view nature dynamically with awe of life and passion for pursuit of value and beauty rather than to feel pity for poverty, helpless, folk lyricism, alienated things, and disappearing things.
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    A Study on Song Yeong's Conversion

    Lee, Young-Mi | 2007, (61) | pp.279~302 | number of Cited : 14
    This study was intended to expand interpretation of a writer, Song Yeong, profoundly analyzing issues about his conversion. During colonial period, Song Yeong's literary creation could be divided as following; he focused on creating novels right after coming out to the literary world (1st term: 1925 - 1929). He created novels and plays at the same time (2nd term/ former term: 1930 - 1935, latter term: 1936 - 1939). Finally, he seriously created more plays than novels (3rd term: 1940 -1945). During the former term of the 2nd term, he devoted himself to popularization of a proletarian play based on Singeonseolsa. After that, he tried realizing Schauspiel, focusing on a main stage in the latter term of the 2nd term. When his activity was analyzed regarding conversion, there were 1st conversion (the latter term of 2nd) that he wrote a popular play (Schauspiel) and 2nd conversion (3rd term) that he created a Pro-Japanese play. He chose different genre in the 1st conversion, while changing himself from a novelist to a play writer. The 2nd one was the conversion of ideology. Previously, he was a writer who suggested dependance of the nation based on socialism. However, after all, he wrote and performed a Pro-Japanese play containing the concept of Japanese-Korean Integration. The paper tried catching the breaking moment of feeble resistance that human being had in the flow of history, not seeing the conversion through dichotomy like pro-Japan /anti-Japan.
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    Narrative comparison analysis of? The Wanderer of Seonhakdong?and ?beyond the years?

    정문권 | 이강록 | 2007, (61) | pp.303~324 | number of Cited : 2
    The expression aspect which is important narration, from verse with prose and passes by the process of medium transfer with picture from text and it is changing. Culture it is new it flows and to understand it accepts and it leads and the fact that important This writing Lee Ch'ong-jun‘s 「The Wanderer of Seonhakdong」 and Im Kwon Taek's 「beyond the years」 With the narrative difference which coexists between two works. it search same and difference it puts out the fact that with aim. and comparison it tried to analyze two works with ‘structural poetics’ analysis method and present-day narratological analysis method. In ‘structural poetics’ analysis method led and it searched it put out a many difference. The delay which leads a ‘analepesis’ from ‘structural poetics’ viewpoint, ‘seqence’, ‘motif analysis of story’. It removal difference as a result static motif and mise-en-Sc&egrave;ne resemble it discovered last in scene. Plot of desire it led the expression of desire is same. It is discovered from narratological analysis. It appeared in aspect of the sublimation where the with each other different intention is similar it resembles it discovered.
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    A Study on Relationship of Kim Sang-og's Poems and Poetics

    최명표 | 2007, (61) | pp.371~389 | number of Cited : 5
    Kim Sang-og published a large number of works beyond the genre of poetry. He made efforts to revive various customs transmitted to Tongyeong area in his works. That was the responsibility of the generation's transmitting the introduced group memory into young readers and the attempt of groping for the possible poetic acceptance of customs. Thanks to his sincere efforts, the fairytale-like world of native land acquired the inevitableness to be preserved for good and the poet could find psychological console there. Furthermore, the awareness of hometown that he focused on studying has contributed to the emotional foundation combined with the original form of children's verses. Kim Sang-og put emphasis on visual image in the work of children's verses and it was a kind concern on creating verses considering the characteristics of children's verses that emphasized the possibility of understanding of young readers. He removed the obstacles in the way of reading by habitually using clear images in his children's verses and practiced his consistent poetic opinion ‘pottery poetics’ in his works. By his efforts, the formative beauty of verses could be secured and poetic faith that planned the modernization of Korean verse(Sijo) could deduce concrete results. Therefore, in order to completely investigate the poetic world of Kim Sang-og, it would be necessary to establish the overall reviewing process for his poetics preliminarily. He recognized verse, Korean verse(Sijo) and children's verse equally; therefore, they should be analyzed at the same perspective.