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2010, Vol., No.72

  • 1.

    Paradigm of stems including {-sʌβ-}

    KIM RYANGJIN | Kyeong jae Chung | 2010, (72) | pp.5~41 | number of Cited : 4
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    This paper has two aims. One is to present the list of stems including {-sʌβ-}, and the other is to establish the synchronic paradigm of these stems. Paradigm of stems including {-sʌβ-} is classified three classes. First class contains stems with a p- irregular 2 inflection, which are ‘yeojjuop-, boeop-, Xjaop-, jeossup-, cheongjjop-’. Second class contains defective stems having some restrictions of their distributions, which are ‘yeojjup-, boep-, Xjap-’. Third class contains stems with a regular inflection, having reconstructed to stems with vowel ending, which are ‘yeojju-, chinjjo-, najjo-, gamjjoeu-’.
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    A study of teaching method of Adnominal Ending Forms for Korean learners

    Lee, Sang Soog | 2010, (72) | pp.43~66 | number of Cited : 6
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    The purpose of this paper is to direct the study method of Adnominal Ending Forms for Korean learners. This paper showed the Korean learner’s difficulty for Adnominal Ending Forms as caused by Korean textbooks and analyze these forms. Then this paper looked for the problems of study Adnominal Ending Forms through analysis of textbooks and learners’ errors. The analysis result showed three main problems : relative tense, indefinite tense and head noun . Among them, we point out the most important thing is the lack of relative tense study. Korean adnominal clause is interpreted as absolute tense and relative tense, due to lack of study for relative tense, Korean learner showed a tendency to agreed to tense of the matrix sentence by Adnominal Ending Forms is understood as absolute tense of past, present and future Therefore, this paper suggests the study direction of Adnominal Ending Forms about relative tense, indefinite tense and restriction of head noun.
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    The Study on Semantic Definition

    Lee, Jeong-Ae | 2010, (72) | pp.67~94 | number of Cited : 1
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    This study was showed that although the meaning of a word is fuzzy and fluid without a distinctive boundary, we use it just like being fixed because we suppose that it can be defined as being fixed one. Therefore, this study was examined in the theories of the endeavors for catching a word essence and the various types on defining a word meaning. According to views of meaning, the theory of semantic atom, and the theory of semantic network, the essence of a word meaning was explained as a respectively different figure. In the theory of prototype, it is asserted that it has the most prototypical figure, in the theory of semantic atom, it is made up of the smallest atomic figure(or primitive) and can be taken apart, and in the theory of semantic network, it is revealed as the meaning qualities connected with a semantic network. The types of the definitions are examined in the viewpoint of a conventional definition, a encyclopedical definition, and a definition in language. Among them, the definition in language is showed that of a natural language form, in this study it was classified as the form and the substance of a definition and the defining ways of a meta language and a paraphrastic one were researched. This study was discussed that the lexicographers have done the various lexical definitions through choosing the form and the substance of a definition.
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    The Stylistic Character of a Sentence Termination Form '-deosida(더시다)'

    정은균 | 2010, (72) | pp.95~121 | number of Cited : 0
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    This paper aims at considering the stylistic character of '-deosida(더시다)' which is used for a sentence termination form in a description part before the modern age. It was understood that there is no difference between '-deosida' and '-sideora' because of the similiarity between '-deosi(더시)-' and '-sideo(시더)-'. It was understood by a historical perspective; earlier or later. By the way, the form '-deosida' is used for the sentences the majestic character's achievements in their lifetime, like 'Buddha' and 'Confucius', mostly in the description part of a narrative text. Besides, These sentences do not appear in conversational sentences in a description part. Moreover, as the information written with this form is considered it is on the comprehensive historical realm, the form '-deosida' derives the historicizing effect. The fact that '-deosida' form does not appear in a conversational sentence implies two facts; the general absolute sentence is not used in a conversational sentences, and the '-deosida' historicizes a independent event having particular stylistic effect in sentences. Then, there is a possibility that the meaning of '-deo-' in '-deosida' in a absolute sentence and the meaning of '-deo-' in '-sideora(시더라)' in a general sentence are different. It is involved in the above situations that while '-sideora', used for description and conversation part, contains pragmatic unit '-ra' which appears in reciprocal conversations, '-deosida', used for only description part, includes pragmatic unit '-da' which is used to deliver objective ideas, and it brings effects of absolute sentence style.
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    The Use and Cognition of Korean of the Students in the Korean Teacher Education Program

    Young-Mok Han | 2010, (72) | pp.123~153 | number of Cited : 5
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    This research distributed a questionnaire to the students who were taking the Korean Teacher Education Program and analyzed the results of 175 students' responses. The students are female who are in their thirties and forties and the majority of them majored in languages or humanities. Before taking the program, 25 students(14.2%) took a course of Korean study and 40 students(22.9%) had teaching experience on Korean. 118 students(67.4%) responded that they are interested in Korean language and registered for the program in order to get a Korean language teaching certificate and to teach Korean to foreigners. The students also responded that the course hours for the completion of the program are on the whole appropriate. The students's actual use of Korean and their cognition are as follows. They showed a positive view about purification of a difficult loanword or a foreign language and about the use of a Chinese character with Korean and the education of a Chinese character. 53 students(30.38%) pointed out that misunderstandings which they have experienced through listening or reading were caused by grammar, language standard, and so on. They responded that they have tension and a difficulty in using an appropriate word in front of an audience, although they are much interested in speaking. Despite their responses that they are much interested in writing and are good at writing(101 students, 57.7%), the overall results of the research indicated that they often used dialects, vulgar words, and loanwords or foreign languages and frequently made mistakes in word-spacing and orthography. The results of the research showed that when they encounter a word that they do not know, they often use internet(84 students, 48%) and only 50 students(28.6%) use a Korean dictionary. Also, it was showed that 91 students(52.0%) have experienced a difficulty in grammar in everyday life.
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    The Aspect of Variation of Korean Toad Gratitude Folktale in Chinese-Korean's Folktales

    강봉근 | 2010, (72) | pp.155~180 | number of Cited : 2
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    This thesis studies the aspect of variation of Korean toad gratitude folktales in Chinese-Korean's folktales. In this thesis I study the type and character of Korean toad gratitude folktales and aspect of variation and meaning in Chinese-Korean's folktales. There are following three meanings in Chinese-Korean's toad gratitude folktales. First, there are emphasized the consciousness of community. Second, there are reflected the strong will about rejection of devil. Third, there appears the hope for the happy life.
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    A Study on the Various Aspects of the Creative Methods for Dream Modes in the Transition Period to Modern Era : Centered on Manhamongyurok

    김미선 | 2010, (72) | pp.181~218 | number of Cited : 1
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    The purpose of this paper is to study on the various aspects of a creative method about dream modes (夢遊樣式) which was created in the transition period to modern era. This study concentrates on analyzing the creative methods of Manhamongyurok (晩河夢遊錄) which was written by Kwang-su Kim in 1907 because it presented urgent matters and handling measures in the period very well. A writer used the dream modes to discuss about a modernization and a national sovereignty. There are three creative methods in Manhamongyurok. Firstly, it passes on the dream modes on the previous generation. Therefore, a dream- motive controls an epic elements in an unique structure. But it had certain characteristic of evolving the epic as doing a journey around the dreamworld. And novel's heroine fleshed out the issue of a modernization and the preservation of a national sovereignty through discussing them with characters in the dreamworld. Secondly, it takes both the aspects of short dream and the creative custom of full-length dream novels. From this reason, the writer was describing his work as combining a traditional confucianism discussion and a modern-enlightenment discussion. Lastly, novel's heroine gave his opinions in every space. Thus, the opinions were integrated into one by making various enlightenment discussions in each space into the scenes. As mentioned above, although it is a fact that Manhamongyurok inherits the traditional culture of classical novels, it is taken for granted that it is the main work in the changes of the dream modes.
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    The logical structure of Munchepanjung(文體反正) and its influence in the 18th century's literary discourse

    Park, Sang-Young | 2010, (72) | pp.219~257 | number of Cited : 2
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    The purpose of this study is to present the logical structure of Munchepanjung(文體反正) and its influence in the late 18th century's literary discourse. The Munchepanjung(文體反正), which is the restoration of literary style, reflects Jeong-jo's efforts, which tried to establish the classical standard of writing in the confusing social atmosphere as one of kings in Choseon dynasty. It also shows the reality of changing literature which was important in making the reasonable path of righteousness and keeping the system with it. This Munchepanjung(文體反正) shows the unfolding aspects dually within the trigonal system of "'subject주체' - 'Subject대주체' - 'counter-subject반주체'", once in 1787 and the other in 1792. The former event shows strong political disposition in the relationship of identification between 'subject' - 'Subject(a')'. The latter shows a much stronger aspects in policy making than the relationship of counter-identification. Either way, King Cheong-Jo wanted to leave his legacy on the development of the classical standard of writing in the right way, making a diversion in both of them who threatened public order of a state. These kinds of efforts showed various types of attitude of the anti-imitation of ancient style(反擬古) This style focused on the Six Confucian Classics(六經) & the old literature of Eight Men of Letters in the Tang and Song Dynasties(唐宋八家文) as a canon of literature, the publication of these anthologies reveal the examples of poetry and prose, the strict prohibition of Paekansopum(稗官小品), redressing the abuse of the state examination(科擧) ect. In the relationship of counter-identification with the 'Subject대주체'', the Munchepanjung(文體反正) has meanings which accepted the change of times to some extent and at the same time showed practical aspects. This was related with the tendency of national literature which was showing up strongly at that time. The literary historical value of the Munchepanjung(文體反正) lies on that the Munchepanjung(文體反正) was executed as a central policy and part of cultural reformation by 'subject주체' doing many things such as the intensification of institutional characters through the purification of Gwan-gak literature(館閣文學), innovation on luxurious trends of kyunghwasagok(京華士族), the privilege rank that monopolized an honored and official post in the 18th in Korean governing class. This also has meaning historically in that the Munchepanjung(文體反正) was carried out in the relationship of 'subject' - 'Subject' - 'counter-subject".
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    The characters and female speaker's self - recognition in Gyubang - Gasa <Sigolyeojaslpunsayeon> on Modernizing Period - focused on the comparison and analysis of <Sigolsaeksiseoluntaryung> -

    JEONG, INSOOK | 2010, (72) | pp.259~291 | number of Cited : 9
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    The aim of this paper is to analyze the characters and femle speaker's self-recognition in Gyubang-Gasa(閨房歌辭) <Sigolyeojaslpunsayeon> on Modernizing Period. Especially it's on the focus of comparison and analysis of <Sigolsaeksiseoluntaryung>. The characters of <Sigolyeojaslpunsayeon> are as follows. The first, there are definite seosonal signs like spring, summer, fall, winter. And there is an expansion of part of summar. The second, the distance between husband and wife is amplified, and the gap between urban and rural is recognized. The third, there is an organization of contents and characters of text for reading. Female spaker in <Sigolyeojaslpunsayeon> shows self-recognition through the expression of self-thought sfter the notice of divorce. And she also shows practical action with sense of solidarity of women.
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    Modern Change of Chun-hyang viewed in Popular Culture Code - Focused on A Soap Opera, Sassy Girl Chun-hyang -

    ChoDoHyun | 2010, (72) | pp.293~316 | number of Cited : 6
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    It is not the new one that an original novel is revised into a film or a soap opera, which has become a main stream of popular culture recently. This phenomenon came from the inevitable result in modern society and it makes the role and meaning of ancient novels newly recounted. This is because, under the premise of cultural industries, descriptive literatures are based on the audiovisual culture. Meeting of literature and video is a dominant cultural phenomenon which determine the lives of the modern. The change of the circumstances in the media, the dramatic popularization of video media have acted as the main cause that had production and consumption of literature change. Among them, <Chun-hyang> was made from collecting various legendary literatures and became the original form of popular descriptive structure. This, <Chun-hyang> has a endless power which can be recreated in any time. That is because <Chun-hyang> includes various extremely different factors and ironical reality, such as good and evil, reality and ideal, the strong and the week. A teleplay, <Sassy Girl Chun-hyang> is the very result. <Chun-hyang> has continually recreated from the beginning with reflecting the spirit of each period. So, <Chun-hyang> is still with us and has reborn with the changeable character, not the fixed one in each period of time. This phenomenon which a original work has been reproduced from the past show us the vitality of this work and it can be still popular to us. A drama, <Sassy Girl Chun-hyang> lets us know its original work is really distinguished and reformed with modern circumstances. <Sassy Girl Chun-hyang> is a way out of the frame of the existing soap opera and attracts the attention of the viewer. It gave people new and different fun from modifying the main characters. With this uncommonly characters and totally new tries, this soap opera gained the huge support and popularity. <Sassy Girl Chun-hyang> was a kind of trial, which broaden the territory in the former stereotyped teleplay. Moreover, this case was a transformation of ancient novels. Literature has played a role of reflecting the reality of each period of time, in the view of mutual understanding. It was not only a liberated area of tough realities but a media which has pursued the ideal. After modern times, descriptive literature has been recognized as a genre that gets a support form the public than any other else. In this respect, ancient stories played a key role in popular culture. And this phenomenon still keeps going on. Such those trials appeared a different aspect, that they were reproduced into videos and satisfied the five senses of the viewers. <Chun-hyang> as a picturized literature would guarantee more various change in the future. This can be from its original diversity and openness and has a power for continuity. Like this, because <Chun-hyang> was born and grown with interaction between group writers and readers and reflected our people's spirits, it has still vitality which makes recreation.
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    A Study on the Narrative Space in 「The Chinese Street」 - in relation to the Subject's inner consciousness -

    신영미 | 2010, (72) | pp.317~345 | number of Cited : 0
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    The Chinese Street is a novel that depicts the landscape of Korean society after the Korean War in the process of a girl's growth. While the previous studies focused on the character's growing process, this study set out to focus on the narrative space that's the ground for discussions. The space in The Chinese Street can be divided into "narrated space" and "narrating space." Presenting a process of considering how actual space would be transformed when being projected into narrative, narrated space was categorized by Ludwig's Spatiality Indexes. The Spatiality Indexes were then divided into actual spatiality indexes such as "관조(Anschaunsraum), 행위(Raum ala Handlungsraum), 대조화(Kontrastierung), and 원근화(Perspektivierung)" and transformed spatiality indexes such as "조율된 공간(der gestimmte Raum)" and "전의되고 상징화된 의미형성적 기능(ubertagende, symbolisierende, sinnbildliche Funktion)." It turned out that narrative space involved a process of transformation not only by actual space but also by a character's consciousness. And narrating space is created in the process of transporting the object space into narrative space. Using a narrative situation as the mechanism, it's formed in the aspect of narrator, character, and reader. Using Stanzel's "시각(Perspektive)" concept, the investigator examined in what ways the "조망(Innenperspektive)" and "투시(Auenperspektive)" technique were used in the work. The results indicate that "narrated space" and "narrating space" were used as effective tools to present the subject. The space in 「The Chinese Street」 makes the subject live with a sense of unease by causing anxious inner consciousness to him. At the same time, this space contributes to building inner consciousness of a character by showing the subject's constant endeavors to reconcile himself with the world in spite of despair.
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    A Comparative Study on the Way of Remembering ‘the War’ in Korean and Japanese Novels just after the Pacific War

    Ahn mi-young | 2010, (72) | pp.347~376 | number of Cited : 1
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    This study examined how the war was remembered in Korean and Japanese novels written just after the Pacific War by comparing Park Rho‐gap’s Hwan (歡) and Umezaki Haruo’s Sakurajima (櫻桃). The historical background of the two novels is both just before the 15th of August in 1945, and it ends with the news of the termination of the war on the 15th of August. In describing the atmosphere after the end of the war, Park Rho‐gap’s Hwan expresses ‘jubilation’ but Umezaki Haruo’s Sakurajima expresses futile despair like evanescently falling cherry blossoms in the form of ‘abstinence.’In Park Rho‐gap’s Hwan, the code through which the author remembers the Pacific War is ‘unpatriotic person.’ As the war situation grows worse, Japan mobilizes Koreans for the war on the pretext that Koreans are also ‘criticizes’. That is, it assumes to give Koreans suffrage and treat them as ‘criticizes’ in reward for fighting in the war. Kim laments the fate of Korean young people conscripted for Japanese aggressive war, and criticizes the Japanese government’s deceptive schemes. Just before the liberation, Korean intellectuals focused their attention on Japanese exploitation policies but were ignorant of the progress of the 2nd World War and political situations. In Umezaki Haruo’s Sakurajima, the code through which the author remembers the Pacific War is ‘replacement.’ As the aggressive war initiated by Japan has reached its last stages, Japan mobilizes for the war not only the colonists but also its own innocent common people in the form of replacements, national service men, volunteers, etc. The writer spotlights conflicts between replacements and volunteers, and criticizes the human right abuses through replacements who are nothing to do with the war. The author points out problems in the war, but his sense of shame is somewhat mixed because it is his own country’s militarism that provoked the war. The fact that the codes for Korean and Japanese writers’ perception of the Pacific War are ‘unpatriotic person’ and ‘replacement,’ respectively, has a significant implication. From the 15th of August, 1945 on, Korean literature waged struggles to build an independent country based on the concept of ‘citizens’ and Japanese literature started its efforts to establish democracy based on the concept of ‘human rights.’
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    A Comparative Study on the First-Generation Korean Immigrant Novels in Inter-America

    lee,ki-in | 2010, (72) | pp.377~414 | number of Cited : 3
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    Recently we have witnessed an increasing publication of the first- generation Korean-American immigrant novelists. They belong to the first group of immigrants after the amendment of the American immigration law in 1965. At that time the environment in which immigrants found themselves was far worse than now, and this poor condition was reflected in their novels. The present study examines characteristics of the first-generation Korean-American novels, paying attention to their distinctive features compared to Korean-Canadian, and Korean-Argentinean novels. In Korean-American novels, white and black characters are few and far between, and Korean-American social and domestic problems barely show up as their main themes. Immigrant realities and human relationships are ignored and do not receive literary spotlight. Instead, these novels focus their attention on inner world of individual immigrants. In that world, the feelings of loss, sorrow, resentment, despair, and self-consolation reside. The fist-generation Korean-Canadian writers have an affinity with Korean-American novelists in that subject-matters like childhood memories and lost love are their favorite choice. Conflicts with the natives, inter- generational antagonism, and other mundane realities, however, are some of the relatively unique thematic features of Korean-Canadian novels. The literary representation of these realities is largely negative, but characters often show the strength of will and long for the brighter future. On the other hand, in the case of Korean-Argentinean novels, the life of immigrants are usually depicted in a tranquil mood. The first-generation immigrants are interwoven with natives and second-generation children more easily than their American and Canadian counterparts. Protagonists strive to make a smooth entry into local society, and often settle in it successfully. These differences are primarily a reflection of literary traits of the individual writers, but it is arguable that they are significantly affected by the respective immigrant social milieu. The multi-level sources of these literary heterogeneities in immigrant novels in the Inter-American area should receive more serious attention from various theoretical viewpoints.
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    A Discourse of the 'Wound-and-Healing' Narrative

    이상우 | 조윤남 | 2010, (72) | pp.415~435 | number of Cited : 0
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    Every novel contains a unique image of "wound" and a method of "healing." The character in Jeong Ehyun's work is a product of the causality of past-present-future relationship. She, by employing a narrative form of confession and monologue, shows a routine of the life driven by the capitalistic desire of 'body' 'consumption.' On the other hand, Yoon seonghee's character is a product of the 'parallel equivalence' of space who is interested in spatial relationship with other people. Her narrative discourse presents a process of healing of the wound by harmonizing with the people around her character. Although such a discourse analysis like this can be applied to all the works published so far, it has a limitation that this analysis is not able to define all the narrative discourse because the two works of each writer are analyzed in this article are their early works. Likewise, it has a danger of being an extremely subjective analysis if the analysis of narrative discourse is limited on these two writers' works. However, in-depth understanding and correct interpretation will be possible when the analysis of narrative discourse inherent in works is done and reveals how the individual elements in the works are interrelated in order to generate
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    A Cognitive Poetic Study on Jeong Ji - yong's 「Jangsusan Ⅰ」

    이승철 | 2010, (72) | pp.437~454 | number of Cited : 1
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    In this article, from among the poems of the poet's latter work, where the writing material was focused on ‘mountains’, 「Jangsusan 1」 was examined by way of a cognitive poetic methodology. The summarized results of the discussion are as follows. 「Jangsusan 1」 presents images like an oriental landscape painting, where a calm mountain scene and the laughter of an old monk mingle together. The old monk and Jang Su Mt. are expressed by way of metaphor, containing family likenesses, through the catchphrases, ‘Nature is man' and ‘Man is nature’. As they fuse into one, they show ‘tranquility’ in a mixed space where people and nature become one. Tranquility represents composure and the perfect stage of Jan Su Mt. as well as the attitude of the monk toward life. The narrator of this poem is someone who is compared with the old monk. The inner mentality of the narrator is revealed through natural elements such as squirrels, mountain birds and wind, which breaks the stillness of the mountain. In other words, the narrator and natural things become identical and fuse into one through the metaphor, ‘Man is nature.’ As such, the image of ‘anxiety’, which may be compared with ‘tranquility’, is represented. Jeong Ji-yong show us the spiritual world of the Orient in his content, and also makes attempts to express the traditions of the Orient in form. The poet makes best use of the oriental technique of the beauty of emptiness, through the use of a long pause to produces an effect emphasizing the meaning of the content. The poet shows the relationship between the words of the beginning and end illustratively through metaphor, based on the idea that ‘The meaning of type is the meaning of content.’The final words used in this poem have an archaic form, with the poetic words using a similar ‘h’ phoneme. Jeong Ji-yong describes the tranquility of mountain and inner mentality of the narrator as a landscape painting image. Jeong Ji-yong manifested the oriental beauty of the blank space through 「Baekrokdam」, the poet's second collection of poems, and created landscape poems containing the secluded spirit. The poet brought forth the meaning of life through nature, and from time to time. Through experimentation, the poet tried to create oriental poems in terms of content and form, trying to fuse them into one while maintaining the nature-friendly attitude of recognizing things. 「Jangsusan 1」 can be regarded as a poem containing the poetic spirit of Jeong Ji-yong.
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    The problem of The Remaining Japanese's repatriation in the Liberation of Korean(1945 - 1948)

    Im Gihyeon | 2010, (72) | pp.455~485 | number of Cited : 5
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    As The Second World war ended in victory of The United Nations, Japan became the loser and Korea was liberated. We need to know that unlike the National situation, the delectation of liberation and affliction of defeat, there is a variation to accept the liberation for the individual. We could read these novels to compare to understand the upheaval period in various opinions. These are 『The Faint Lamplight』 of Heo Jun, 『Aprok River』 of Kim Man-seon in Korea, 『So far from the bamboo grove』 of Yoko Kawashima Watkins, 『The Stars are Streaming is Alive』 of Fujiwara in Japan. These are based on the National history, the restoration of independence, of August 15. Also, These have same background of Manchuria, the Korean Northern Peninsula (North Korea). Above all, these works are Narrative Structure focused on 'railroad'. Accordingly, these are interconnected with one another. Through these actives, we can understand the circumstance of liberation in diverse perspectives. Also, clues of 『So far from the bamboo grove』 causing a lot of controversy to explain will be found.
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    A study on the meaning of the infinite and the solitude in Kim, Chun Su's early poems

    Jeon, Byung-Joon | 2010, (72) | pp.487~517 | number of Cited : 3
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    It has been mostly agreed that Kim, Chun-Su's early poems are the pre-stage of so-called “senseles poems" or the variations of existentialist poems. But this thesis is focused on the early days of Kim's poems from another point of view that those days of his poems are characteristic of the dualism which is the original world is separated from the real world. This dualistic point of view is incited by the notion of the infinite equivalent of the eternity and the beautiful, and the notion of the dailiness equivalent of the temporality and the unbeautiful. The recognition of the contradiction and the discord is the aesthetic tension of Kim's early poems destined to lead to the solitude. But this is the critical point that he progresses to the stage of the reflective self-consciousness and through this point he comes to understand the other. The meeting of the subject and the other is the momentous point of his poems because this happens through the activity and the passivity. And this meeting is true meeting as the personal subject not as the object or the matter.
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    Narrative strategy as a 'storytelling' utilizing Stories Tourist Board, the Planning and Design

    Han Kang Hee | 2010, (72) | pp.519~556 | number of Cited : 7
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    The cultural tourism heritage stands for identity in one cultural structure by transcending period and place. With entering the 21st century that is called the century of culture, 'tourism and leisure' are proceeding with positioning as the daily leisure form, not the personal dominance in the specific class. Especially, in case of us, the tourism purchasing power is being grown by the 5-day work week system, by the value of ‘preferring leisure & well-being’ in relation to enhancement in quality of life, by the follow-up information in good quality that resulted from communication of online network, and by the accessibility of transportation within 1-day living zone. This atmosphere makes the sophisticated global cultural product given approaching in the marketing aspect of a tourism seller, thereby being regarded as a factor of very critical opportunity that can contribute to the regional inbound. In this point of time, it can be useful approach that has ‘cultural contents’ and ‘storytelling,’ which are being raised recently as the core topic of conversation in the cultural-industry field, as the index of contributing to activation of tourism industry and of seeking for a way out that promotes the buying power in the tourism consumption. That is because whether the tourism products(attraction and attractable site) can appeal to the tourist consumers becomes the basis in a storyteller's executing a structured story. Namely, 'storytelling' delivers a new and strange story easily and naturally, thereby being a device that allows customers to positively participate in tourism behavior. The storytelling on tourism contents has the aim that the characteristic, in which narrative is delivered to a listener while talking, engages with ‘intention → immersion → structure → response → guidance,’ thereby being able to be divided into 6 stages as follows. 1. Establishment in a target : It is the stage of grasping priority in tourists' interest. Even a basic story shouldn't be missed. However, everything cannot be shown to tourists within the restricted time. Thus, there is necessity of increasing the appeal power by connecting the characteristic aspect peculiar to region to storytelling, if possible. This needs to be made through the closely data survey. It offers a place, significance, and memory to tourists, thereby allowing a storyteller to be urged to think over a role as a keeper of publicizing region. 2. Excavation in a story : The task, which will be performed first, is what prepares the story list on tourism attractions. Attraction(attraction site), which will stand for region, is embodied as the commercial value that induces a re-visit. When there is no special feature in attraction, the storytelling needs to be processed by infusing creativity and imagination. It grasps tourists' characteristics by considering a dwelling place․passage site․staying place․aim of travel․required time․taste and preference․transportation․men and women of all ages․age level․nationality․division at home and abroad, and prepares the basic list such as name in attraction․location․feature․photo․picture․transportation. 3. Selection in a story theme : It pursues the form that a person relevant to tourism becomes the entity, and that the concerned people participate in the planning process. The emotional theme message leads to encouraging tourism. Sub-themes need to be utilized strategically for the main theme. The format of storyboard, which is utilized at this time, needs to be entered a serial number, attraction(site) name, target of attraction tourism, story theme, goal in story theme, choice in interpretation method, attraction and environment, correlation between attraction and tourists, and neighboring tourism spot. 4. Execution in storytelling : According to tourists' propensity of edutainment, it freely chooses out of the positive execution and the passive execution. In order to implement this, there is necessity of considering even budget and manpower-support section. In the executing process, there is necessity of giving a thought of the direction in educational learning․resource preservative․financial․behavioral․emotional goal. 5. Strategy for media publicity : A strategy for depicting the emotional mode is taken with the aim of the positioning strategy by text․audio․video․multimedia․image․animation. Aiming at interaction between attraction and tourists, it points to optimization in medium․phrase․illustration․design by tourism type. In addition to this, the synergy is doubled by utilizing guidance interpretation․audiovisual interpretation․pamphlet․advertising words․integrative design․tourism road map․milestone․showcase․tourism center․festival event . 6. Analysis and evaluation in the execution program : The subjects in analysis include story development․theme development․goal establishment․market analysis․publicity plan reaching up to the execution process. It performs the qualitative & quantitative analysis and evaluation by considering features by each genre, thereby analyzing the customer satisfaction and the earnings & expenses. The index in analysis and evaluation is utilized as the improvement data down the road. At this time, even the analysis can be carried out side by side on a market in the demand & supply aspect on similar attraction at home and abroad in relation to the corresponding attraction. Meanwhile, the tasks, to which the tourism storytelling will need to point, in relation to cultural tourism contents in the current stage, are summarized as follows. First, in order to implement the desirable tourism storytelling, there is necessity of reinforcing capacity in planning and scenario creation. In addition, the standard model needs to be designed and manufactured. Second, there is necessity of implementing the digital contents that have the coping power of satisfying the new media environment. Finally, synergy needs to be promoted by implementing network that is connected among businesses.