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2005, Vol., No.16

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    A Study on literature Base and Poetic Aspect of Kim Lyu

    KIMJUNOK | 2005, (16) | pp.27~54 | number of Cited : 4
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    This paper is a result that analyze Kim lyu a good writer in the Yi Dynasty in the mid-nineteenth century - into his literatural view and poetic aspect. He was born on 1814 in lonely Geomun island, Chennam. From his early days, he had been devoting himself to his studies under the influence of his parents, and finally he left for Seoul to take the state examination. On his way to Seoul, he met Ki Jeong Jin in Jang Seong whom he obeyed his teacher and studied deep into a Confucianism. At that time, a corruption of civil services, a proliferation of Roman Catholicism, and a intervention of foreign influence make a Nation disordered and he judged the reason for chaos by the collapse of Confucian idea. That being so, he mad a decision to study deeper and teach younger student. He came back to his hometown Geomun island, after finishing his study, and spent his time gathering students and teaching Confucianism. He left many essays and 310 poetries under this process, and if we analyze his products, analysis showed that he was a sincere scholar. His poetry mainly express his eternal self-reflection, contemplation about beautiful nature, and critical recognition of contradictory world. Kim lyu was not of high government position, and did not product many records in his collection. However, in this paper, he was revealed that he did his duty as an intellectual idea. From now on, we should continue to find out unknown writers and analyze their products.
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    A Study on “Sok-Samiingok”by It's “Gi-haeng-mun-hak” Characteristic

    Yeonseok Ryu | 2005, (16) | pp.77~110 | number of Cited : 5
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    This reaserch is focus onGi-hang-mun-hakcharacteristic of “Sok-Samiingok” and also include It's creation background and structure. The creation background of “Sok-samiingok” is going back to the time when the author was in a exile after he got convicted as quilty from the fraction on a tax decision The structure of “Sok-samiingok” consists of “Seo-sa”, “Bon-sa”, “Gyeol-sa” in a large pard also It has total ten paragraphes including two paragraphes in “Bon-sa”. The “Sok-samiingok” shows Its “Gi-hang-mun-hak” characteristic of “Yu-bae-ga-sa” by including following factors such as a departure, a route, a destination, a lonelyness, an experience and a return.
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    Truthfulness in Yeoam Shin Keoung Jun's Goche Poetry

    박명희 | 2005, (16) | pp.111~137 | number of Cited : 6
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    This study aims to explore characteristics of Shin Keoung Jun's academics, and the world, features and meanings of Goche poetry. Shin Keoung Jun left 145 poems under 63 headings, among which 65 poems are in Goche style and 80 are in Geunche style. That is ti say, Shin Keoung Jun shows extraordinary excellence in Goche poetry as he created as many as 65 poems in Goche style out of the total 145 works. It means that Shin Keoung Jun departed from poetry styles which were considered as a cannon by others, and that he made his own effort to explore new horizons in his poetry. Likewise, Shin Keoung Jun expressed his practical way of thinking by departing from existing formats in many of his poems. That is, his poems are not in a way that contents take shape withing the limited forms but that contents are focused on with formats accompanying and supporting them It can be interpreted as his trial to pursue truthfulness in his poetry.
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    A Study of companionship mentioned in the Baek Kwanghoon's poems

    박영관 | 2005, (16) | pp.139~168 | number of Cited : 3
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    Okbong Baek Kwanghoon(1537~1582) is the poet of Dang poetical style who was called as one of Tree-Dang Poets. To search for Okbong's companionship, analyzing the poems mentioned in OKbongjip(玉峯集), 112 teacher, friends, poets, acquaintances and 36 monks are investigated. His teacher was Park Soon, Lee Hoobaek, Yang Eungjeong, No Sushin, Lim Ukryeong affected by the poet. Their companionship usually expressed the consciousness of his life through models as feeling of love, instructor of teachers. Companionship of a literary friend remarks Lee Soonin, Lee Dal, Yang Sagi, Seo Ik etc. The companionship of these people sang the discussion of orienting life world and human relationship. Companionship of old friends remark choi Kyeongchang, Jeong Cheol, Lim Je, Yang Sanhyeong common ownership of nostalgia and agony of being were in shape. Companionship of a Buddhist priest is occupied with many poem among many monks, companions, Sa Joon, Sul Soon, Cheo Min, Haeng Sa, mainly in relationship as a social friend, appearance of different life style, encouragement of study and regret of life present. In the conclusion Baek Kwanghoon sings his desiring world, idealism and the world of true life, with companionship of various acquaintances.
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    A Night Court Banquet(Ya-yeon, 夜宴) and 'Ak-ka-Sam-jang(3 songs of Gagok, 樂歌三章)' in Chosun Dynasty

    Shin, Kyung-Sook | 2005, (16) | pp.169~195 | number of Cited : 7
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    In this thesis I tried to review a night court banquet(Ya-yeon, 夜宴) that is the smallest scale in the royal banquets. I show the results as follows. A night court banquet(Ya-yeon, 夜宴) was made for the first time by the Heir Apparent, HyoMyeong. A night court banque was performed the formalities called 'Ak-ka-Sam-jang'(The Composed of 3 songs of Gagok, 樂歌三章)'. 'Ak-ka-Sam-jang' made a distinction a night court banquett among the royal banquetts. When the Heir Apparent, HyoMyeong made 'Ak-ka-Sam-jang', he select Gagok genre. Because he had already successed in the using Gagok at the song of Court dances(JeongJae, 呈才) and 'Kaja- kiumSiul(歌者와 琴瑟)' of royal court banquet(Woiyon, 外宴). The Heir Apparent, HyoMyeong had placed his hope on regainning royal power under the maternal relatives holding of government. And hehad tried his dream becomming a reality through a night court banquet(Ya-yeon, 夜宴). So he prescribed that ceremony was built up attendding of 'King and the Heir Apparent' only. And he made 'Ak-ka-Sam-jang' an admiration songs for the King.
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    The Relationship between Cholla South Province and The Literature of Kim, Byeong-Yeon

    양동식 | 2005, (16) | pp.197~231 | number of Cited : 5
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    The important issues discussed on this thesis are as follows 1. Kim, Byeong-Yeon visited Dongbok, Hwasoon, Cholla South Province four or five times in his life. 2. There are no hints in his poems that he was maltreated in Cholla South Province. 3. It is quite probable that Nangopyeongsaengshi may have written in Dongbok, Hwasoon, Cholla South Province. 4. There are ten poems set in Cholla South Province. That excels in number different poems set in other regions. 5. He passed away in Dongbok, Hwasoon, Cholla South Province where the body was originally buried. 6. In Cholla South Province, there are four monuments inscribed with his poems in Mudeung mountain, Borim temple, Keumgok temple and Mulyeom pavillion respectively. 7. On the basis of the strong relation between Kim, Byeong-Yeon and Cholla South Province, I suggest that a memorial hall for Kim, Byeong-Yeon (provisional name) should be built in Dongbok, Hwasoon, Cholla South Province and the construction must be environment- friendly.
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    The Study of friction and reception between Feudalism and Modernism

    chang Sun Hee | 2005, (16) | pp.233~260 | number of Cited : 1
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    This research is studied about trouble, discord, and reception between Kim Sung Kyu and Kim Yu Jin to show confliction and reception between Feudalism and Modernism. In a turning point of modern times, a major factor of the friction was happened between Modernism pointed to individuality and ego and Feudality aimed for lineage and duty as a member of family. The Confucianism was at the core of the Feudalism formed by convention and tradition. The filial piety considered as major thought of the Feudalism meant absolute obeys in the relationship between father and son. That is to say, descendants yielded to ancestor`s will like the slaves obey the owner's orders. The filial piety was an uncontrolled value in that time. But, the Modernism says that the Feudalism is not an absolute value and must be regarded as relative value in our relative lives. So, the visual difference between positivity and relativity of the Feudalism is a primary factor of the friction.
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    A Study on Sin Jaehyo's Gwang-dae-ga(The Song of The Feat Singers)

    Jung,Sang-Kyun | 2005, (16) | pp.261~277 | number of Cited : 2
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    Sin Jaehyo(1812~1884) is famous as the writer of Chun-hyang-ga, Sim-cheong-ga, Bak-ta-ryeong, To-byeol-ga, Jeok-byeok-ga and Byeon-gang-soe-ga. Sin Jaehyo was also a teacher of Gwan-dae(a feat singer) and wrote Gwang-dae-ga(The Song of the feat Singers). In the poem he clarified the four important matters for Gwang-dae`s successful achievement. They are bodily beauty, talent of speaking, attainment of sound and managerial talent. In Gwang-dae-ga, Sin Jaehyo also introduced the singers of top feat at his time, compared them to the great poets of Tang Sung and expressed his pride as a Gwang-dae. Sin Jaehyo was the synthesizer of the classic Korean literary criticism and the founding father of a model of modern criticism. When we contemplate a work of art, we project ourselves into the work of art and our feelings are determined by what we find there, by the dimensions we occupy. As a writer and the teacher of actors Sin Jaehyo took aim at people`s feelings and sympathy. Kim Deuksin(1604 ~1684) established an appreciative criticism and believed the unity of poetry. Kim Manjung(1637~1692) discriminated the novel from the history by their functions. Sin Jaehyo not only synthesized the critical views of Kim Deuksin and of Kim Manjung but also popularized the Korean literary works on full scale. His critical thoughts are summarized in Gwang-dae-ga.
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    A Study on Choi, Hang-gui's Translation in Classical Chinese Poetry

    Yeonsuk Cho | 2005, (16) | pp.279~305 | number of Cited : 7
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    Choi, Hang-gui's translation in classical Chinese poetry are based on Kyun-yu's Hyang-ga, however, it is not translated literally, it rather borrowed a part from 'Wonwang-ga'. Choi's work has significance that it is a uniquely poeticized literary work of 'Bohyunhangwonpoom'. Translation in classical Chinese poetry's originality can be found in motive and purpose of creation, work structure, format of contents, and style of expression. Choi tried to cease corrupt practices of Hyang-ga and he presented his creativity in line 5,6 of each poem. In addition, he adjusted desired object, lecture, and position of the lecturer to higher standards according to 'Boyunhangwonpoom.' As a whole, his style of expression was specific descriptive. Therefore, Choi Hang-gui's translation in classical Chinese poetry deserves more attention than Kyun-Yu's Wonwang-ga and it should be awakened to its new significance of being uniquely poeticized work
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    A Study on Honam Zen Poetry in the Later Chosun Dynasty

    Jo, Taeseong | 2005, (16) | pp.307~323 | number of Cited : 1
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    This paper is a study on Zen Priest Beom-Hae's poetry. Zen priest Beomhae was good at the poem and was a Buddhist historian. In chapter Ⅱ, I considered a feature of his writing. And I examined together with primary factors on making his poetry and his view of Buddhist history. In chapter Ⅲ and Ⅳ, I concentrated on giving a full discussion aspects in Beomhae's poetry. 'Zen poetry(禪詩)' are expressed by his buddhism and 'Dasi(茶詩)' are written by his natural life. The poetry projected in his view of nature are called on 'Nature poetry(自然詩)'. Conclusively, I could convince to that the point of his poetic intension is 'Nature(自然)'. Through these definite working, I referred to the features of his poetry in chapter Ⅴ. I think that the extensive understanding of Beomhae's poetry will be possible for the first time when it goes side by side with that a detailed study on the people effected or effecting Beomhae.
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