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2004, Vol., No.14

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    Baek Gwang-hong's Gwan-seo-byol-gok and Gi-haeng-ga-sa(Travel Words)

    Kim,Seong-Ki | 2004, (14) | pp.5~25 | number of Cited : 11
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    It has been said that words(Gasa) literature in Jang-heung was pioneered by Baek Gwang-hong. With a purpose to study Jangheung's Gasa(words), this study examines the history of Jang-heung and its natural environment for preparation of the study. Jangheung's Gasa started from BaekGwang-hong's Gwan-seo- byol-gok. It is the first travel words in our country, which twenty-five years later, influenced on creation of <Gwan-dong-byol- gok> by Jeong Cheol. This study compares the <Gwan-dong-byol- gok> and the <Gwan-seo-byol-gok> to specifically identify the influence. The <Gwan-seo-byol-gok> influenced on Jeong Cheol's <Gwan-dong-byol-gok> followed by Jo Woo-in's <Sok-Gwan- dong-byol-gok> outside Jangheung. However, within Jangheung, it influenced on We Se-jik's Geum-dang-byol-gok, No Myeong-sun's Chon-pung-ga and We Baek-gyu's Hap-gang-jeong-seon-yu-ga. That is, this study examines the external and internal influence of <Gwan-seo-byol-gok> and its status as a masterpiece. Thanks to the influence of <Gwan-seo-byol-gok>, no less than seventeen works from seven writers were produced in Jangheung. Therefore, it can be said that travel words in our country was originated from the <Gwan-seo-byol-gok>.
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    Emotion of a learned man in Pak Sang's poetry

    Kim Eun-soo | 2004, (14) | pp.27~45 | number of Cited : 2
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    This paper investigated Pak Sang's poetry. Pak Sang was a great poet in Chosun Dynasty. He presented a petition for restoration of Queen Shin. In this way, he was a zealous supporter of ideal and a learned man. This emotion of a learned man appears in his poem. First, his poem expressed a pity of the people. Second, his poem showed original humanity. However, this tendency is related to his sense of value, and emotion of a learned man.
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    A Study on Idea for World Jeong Cheol's Hansi

    김진욱 | 2004, (14) | pp.47~82 | number of Cited : 3
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    One states that loyalty of Jeong cheol is reflected not only in broad mind and magnanimity but also in delicacy and pathetics. But this paper divides these instances and reveals a phenomenon and a cause. Paragraph Two observes an idea for nature of Jeong cheol reflected in his works, which is divided into that for ethical nature to be used for the method to improve his mind and that for nature of ease to escape into outer world and reveals that nature of place wait for an opportunity, the most general one in Chosun dynasty, is rarely expressed in Jeong cheol's literature. Like this, this paper presents that two utmost literary worlds coexist in Jeong cheol's literature and insist that this keeps the tenseness of Jeong cheol's literature. An idea for nature of Jeong cheol reflected in his works, which is divided into that for ethical nature to be used for the method to improve his mind and that for nature of ease to escape into outer world and reveals that nature of place wait for an opportunity, the most general one in Chosun dynasty, is rarely expressed in Jeong cheol's literature. Like this, this paper presents that two utmost literary worlds coexist in Jeong cheol's literature and insist that this keeps the tenseness of Jeong cheol's literature. This paper observes the overall Hansi of Jeong cheol and treats the world that Jeong cheol had an inclination toward. And this paper inquires into realistically oriented intention, which is divide into vertical side and horizontal onse. Especailly, this paper concentrates upon how idea for nature of Jeong cheol is expressed in Hansi.
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    A Study on the content of "Manbunga"

    Yeonseok Ryu | 2004, (14) | pp.83~118 | number of Cited : 2
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    The automatic concept that "Manbunga" must be "Yeon-gun- ga-sa" because of the author's origin as a Korean noble class so called "Yangban" is not always correct, especially in this case "Manbunga". The intensive efforts to research on the author's biographical environment had made to understand the author's exact intention to write "Manbunga". To get a grip on the content of "Manbunga", the work on a understanding the sentence structure and characteristic of "Manbunga" had been required`. The most important thing has found from this research is that the author's emotion to the king during the work on "Manbunga" was not the same as other authors who wrote the "Yeon-gun-ga-sa" expressing their loyalty with love to the king. The "Manbunga" had written by the author who had a loyalty with anger to the king. The new approach to understand "Manbunga" has been possible by this additional consideration and efforts above.
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    A Study on Saint Muying's Poems

    Park Myeong Hui | 2004, (14) | pp.119~148 | number of Cited : 3
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    This paper is to investigate Muyong's poems, who was a Zen monk in Chosun dynasty, focusing into the aspects of poetic development. And with the base of the aspects, this paper looks into the characteristic and meaning, relating to a system of his thought. Firstly, it is seemed like that Muyong tried to represent Zen spirits immanent in nature. Nature, to him, is not the object of reverencing or the object for reciting, but something that includes Zen spirits in itself. Secondly, it can be said that he had thought relatively. This fact is found in his poems which he exchanged with Confucian scholars each other. It can be said that his relationship with them might be possible, because he was considerate. Thirdly, his poems shows that he must be large-minded. Actually, he composed a lot of poems which represented his spirit. To be large-minded might be only for the man who has attained the highest state of enlightenment. And it might means that the man attained a state of non-obstruction. He represented many speculation in his poems, so it seems that there arey mixed thoughts. It seems that some poems are based on Zen thoughts, others are on Hua-yen thoughts, even some are on the thought in Changja method
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    A Research On the Way Okbong Paek Kwang-hun Developed Tang Poetic Style

    朴秉益 | 2004, (14) | pp.149~178 | number of Cited : 3
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    Okbong Paek Kwang-hun(玉峯 白光勳), who belonged to Three-tang School as a literary man in the mid Chosun Dynasty, wrote the poetry of Tang poetic style. His Tang poetic style was quite different from that of China as follows. He commanded colloquial expressions in his poems, used place names of Chosun, and tended to be conventional in using those of China. He made use of various methods to describe the surroundings realistically. He freed from the formal rhythm of a rigid Chinese poetry style, Jintishi(近體詩), and used not only the rhythm of Yuefushi(樂府詩), a style of Chinese poetry which was mostly about human nature and customs, but also Chinese sounds in a Korean style. The theme of Okbong`s poetry shows that he transcended the anxiety and solitude which stemmed from his life, accepting the reality he faced These characteristics led to a new poetical style of the day.
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    A Study on the Jeong Geuk-In's Jeung-si

    YU Yuk rye | 2004, (14) | pp.179~202 | number of Cited : 7
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    Bul-woo-hun Jeong Geuk-In was a man of letters in early Joseon period. He was particularly talented in creation of Chinese poetry. The < Bul-woo-hun-ga>, one of his verses, is handed down to us. As one of the Gyeong-gi-che-ga, the <Bul-woo-hun-gok> is presented by him. And <Sang-chun-gok >, one of his words, is extremely valuable as the first Chinese words. That is to say, Chinese words was initially introduced by Jeong Geuk-In. A lot of Chinese verses written by him are found in <Bul-woo-hun-jib>, a collection of verses. His Chinese verses include various genres such as Jayeon-si, Doduk-si, Suchng-si and Jeung-si. This study targets Jeungsi, which is written with a purpose for being dedicated to someone. Therefore, if it is examined, his personal relations, thoughts, philosophy and view of life can be identified. It was suggested that he did not make a distinction between Buddhism and Confucianism in that his main subjects of dedication were Confucian scholars, friends, and particularly, monks.
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    A Study on the Jebong's Literature Which Were Left Off Jebongjib

    李權宰 | 2004, (14) | pp.203~229 | number of Cited : 1
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    Jebong, Go Gyeong-myeong(1533-1592) was a great poet and a writer as well as a patriotic martyr in the Chosun dynasty. He should be regarded as a poet with plenty of poetical emotion, a good writer of majestic spirit and virile style of writing, a true Confucian scholar with the whole personality as well. This study investigated Jebong, Go Gyeong-myeong's literature which were left off Jebongjib. This study was carried out for the purpose of making perfection the past studies, because they were limited on the works registrated in Jebongjib. First of all, this study suggested all works which were left off Jebongjib. In the second place, it analyzed the thematic characteristics of them. The results of this study are as follows; The total amounts of works which were left off Jebongjib are to 133 poems and 1 prose in all. They were works that Jebong had given to his friends or Jebong had left as his own handwriting. These works could be classified into three dimensions according to the theme; 1) The emotional conflict about the reality and the spirit of affection for the people. 2) The moral integrity and the unworldly disposition. 3) The fatal sentiment and the sense of self-shame. This study made the significant progress in paying attention to the works which were unnoticed in the past studies. It could be helpful to bring out Jebong's literature entirely. More precise research on the correspondence of those results with the content, the comparison of it with the other works of Jebong, the status and the value of them in the literary history, therefore, should be continued.
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    A Study on Yi Hwang‘s Poem Do-San-Sip-I-Gok(The Twelve Songs of Do-Mountain)

    Jung,Sang-Kyun | 2004, (14) | pp.231~256 | number of Cited : 6
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    In succession to the poets Song Sun and Hwang Jin-I, Yi Hwang(1501-1570) composed Do-San-Sip-I-Gok(The Twelve Songs of Do-Mountain). This fact has a considerable meaning in the progress of Korean literary history. As the Buddhistic poet Gyun Yeo(923-973) had composed Bo-Hyeon-Sip-Weon-Ga in the form of the national poetry Hyang-Ga at his time, the Confucianistic poet Yi Hwang composed his poem Do-San-Sip-I-Gok in the form of Si-Jo. And as the Gyun Yeo had written his poem on the basis of Buddhism, so the Confucian Yi Hwang, according to the Confucianism, wrote his poem. First of all Yi Hwang`s concerns for Korean language was a notable one. For this was an expression of independent spirit which was promoted after the creation of Korean alphabet. And it is noteworthy that Yi Hwang introduced a new method of philosophic poetry which had been widely favored in the Sung dynasty. That is, even the meanings of ordenary things and usual objects selected in the poems are transfigured as the Confucianistics. Therefore the poetic possility of Korean figurative language was, in result, enlarged and deepend. Though Yi Hwang`s poetics might be connected with the Chinese philosophical one, the poem Do-San- Sip-I-Gok is not a plagiary. The poem Do-San-Sip-I-Gok composed in Korean native language is the fine example of success in utilizing a new poetic method.
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    Reconsideration to Isebo's <Sangsabyoelgok>

    鄭麟淑 | 2004, (14) | pp.257~278 | number of Cited : 4
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    This manuscript provides a new opinion on Isebo's <Sangsabyoelgok>. First, I correct the length of the work and reestimate the date of <Sangsabyoelgok> creation. Further, I attempt to discuss the construction and literary implication of the work. Isebo produced huge amounts of Sijo. Out of 450 works, 104 works deal with "love". That he had a plenty of experiences for creating Sijo regarding "love" would be a critical motivation for the production of Gasa <Sangsabyoelgok>. He was getting familiar with a variety of terms expressing sad emotion. By extending such terms he could construct <Sangsabyoelgok>. Constructions of Gasa using words with similar atmosphere were often found in late Chosun dynasty. It seems that Isebo attempted such a way of construction in his Gasa works. Therefore, he could be reevaluated as a Sijo writer who showed a great interest in Gasa.
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    A Study on 'Zen-fondness[禪趣]' showing in Chinese Poetry of Confucianists

    Jo, Taeseong | 2004, (14) | pp.279~299 | number of Cited : 3
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    The Poem-Book named <Unoemongjung> is a famous calligraphic work made by Kim, Jeong-Hee. It was knowned by Yoo, Hong-Jun and contained 13 poems written by Hong, Hyeon-Joo, Sin, Wi and Kim, Jeong-Hee. This is a work which is paid attention in Calligraphy and the related arts. But this paper gave attention to its poetic contents. And so I concentrated on giving a full discussion of Zen-fondness[禪趣] in this work. Besides I examined together with primary factors on Zen-fondness[禪趣] as a poetic elements. Also I considered views of Zen Poetry about the 19th century. Through these definite working, I refered to the features of them as Zen-fondness[禪趣]. Also, I considered a motiv of making this Poem-Book and association with this book. Then, I was going to discuss on a Buddist Literature. Finally, the ideal of beauty that these man had was not difference to that of zen priest. Because it is no diferrence between the form of life that zen priest followed home to that of these man.
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    An aesthetic Study on Huh Nan Seol Hun's Chinese Poetry -Centering on Representational Beauty-

    Han seong geum | 2004, (14) | pp.301~319 | number of Cited : 1
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    Huh Nan Seol Hun was a famous female poet in the reign of King Myeong-jong of Joseon Dynasty and about 210 Chinese verses written by her are handed down to us. Her Chinese verses are handed down by Huh Gyun, her younger brother, and representational beauty as one of the aesthetic characteristics of her poetry impress the readers. She describes her poor life indirectly rather than directly. Themes such as hidden beauty, yearning, solitude and grief are beautifully connected with images. Also, she skillfully uses creative techniques such as satire, simile, and metaphors to describe women's suffering which is difficult to be told. Above all, the most splendid characteristic of her verses is that she uses a projection to indirect things rather than plain speaking to express her view of life and sense of value.
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    Formation and Development of Honam Study in Sahwa period in the 16th century

    韓睿嫄 | 2004, (14) | pp.321~346 | number of Cited : 5
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    Under the assumption that 'Honam Saryu' has a distinctive nature, which differs from that of Yeongnam Sarim(groups of Confucian scholars) or Kiho Sarim in their formation and development, this study aims to demonstrate validity of the independence of Honam Sarim from Kiho Sarim. First, noticing that the academic vein led by Kim Gweng-Pil and Jo Gwang-Jo played an important role in formation of the Sarim(groups of Confucian scholars), this study examines their academic characteristics and academic relations between Youngnam Sarim and Honam Sarim. Kim Gweng-Pil inherited moral philosophy to the Honam Saryu in Suncheon, his exiled place. Choi San-du and Yu Gye-rin who had been educated by Kim Gweng Pil educated Kim In-who and Yu Hee-chun, main members of Honam Sarim, and then Ki Dae-Seung followed them. Though the scholars of Honam Sarim were suffered in the Sahwa(massacre of scholars) period, they actively participated in the reformative politics led by Jo Gwang-Jo, which resulted in their exile or retirement. However, they participated in enlightenment of country people actively, proposing realization of principles presented in Sohak. And they made a great contribution to improvement in the Confucianism through hard study of the Confucian theories. Therefore, this study suggests their practice of village education and serious consideration of Sohak as characteristics of Honam study.
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    A Study on Gyo-yu-si(poetry on personal relations) of Maechun Hwang Hyeon

    황수정 | 2004, (14) | pp.347~382 | number of Cited : 3
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    This is a study on Gyo-yu-si(poetry on personal relations) of Mae-chun. This study focuses on: verses on love for his poor and unlucky teachers, friendship shown through poetic arguments with friends, affection toward lifelong friends in order to understand the world of his poetry. First, he represents the love toward poor teachers. The verse of Wang-sa-gak describes love deploring frustrating social condition at that time. And the verse of Gang-we describes anxiety about the limited social positions. Second, he describes the love toward friends through poetic arguments. The verses about Wang-sa-chan and Lee Jeong-jik deal with friendship toward those who are self-complacent. The verse about Lee Gi describes the love toward his strong intention to save the country. Third, he represents affection toward friends. The verse about Kim Taek-Young describes constant trust. The verse about Lee Gun-Chang describes the love toward a friend who recognizes his thoughts and ability. The verse about Ryu Je-Yang describes the spectacular scenery and elegance of his hometown. Through examination of the verses, this study identifies the meaning of the love represented in Maechon's verses.