A human geographic study on the shipping route of the Joseon(朝鮮) envoys for Ming(明) dynasty from the west boundary of Ye County(掖縣 西界) to Xinhe Station(新河鋪) of Changyi County(昌邑縣) of Laizhou(萊州) in Shandong(山東)
The Journal of Study on Language and Culture of Korea and China
DOI : 10.16874/jslckc.2021..59.011
Korean Society of Study on Chinese Languge and Culture
Research Area :
Chinese Language and Literature
This study, from the diachronic perspective, based on the field surveys and some interviews, verifies the present geographic names of the places which were passed by the Joseon(朝鮮) envoys, especially around the west boundary of Ye County(掖縣 西界) to the Xinhepu(新河鋪) of Changyi County(昌邑縣) of Laizhou(萊州府) in Ming(明) Dynasty. It will help to confirm and reconstruct the shipping routes of the Joseon(朝鮮) envoys in Laizhou(萊州府) during the alternation of Ming(明) and Qing(靑) Dynasties.
According to the analysis and field surveys, the names of the places passed by the Joseon envoys from the west boundary of Ye County(掖縣 西界) to the Xinhe Station(新河鋪) of Changyi County(昌邑縣) in Laizhou(萊州府) are reconstructed as follows: ① Huifu Station(灰阜驛, 灰阜馹, 灰阜, 灰埠, 灰埠馹 , 灰埠里）, the Prime Minister Village(宰相里, 壯元宰相里, 壯元鄉, 宋 龍圖閣學士 蔡齊故里, 宋 蔡齊 舊里）② the west boundary of Pingdu(平度州 西界), the east boundary of Changyi County(昌邑 東界, 昌邑縣 東界）③ Dufu River(獨埠河, 杜阜河）④ Xinhe Station(新河店, 深河店）⑤ Shen River(深河, 新河））