Korean | English

pISSN : 2466-1759

2020 KCI Impact Factor : 0.36
Home > Explore Content > All Issues > Article List

2006, Vol., No.18

  • 1.

    A study on Confucianism expressed in the 7-word ancient poems of Lee Hu-baek

    Kim Dong-ha | 2006, (18) | pp.1~21 | number of Cited : 4
    Abstract PDF
    Chongnyon Lee Hu-baek was an honest officer who served the Ministry of King Sonjo of the Chosun Dynasty. At the same time, he was one of the famous writers during the reign of King Myongjong. Especially, he was an eminent poet in those days. As is generally known, Lee Hu-baek was a central figure in the transitional period, from the Song poetic style to the Tang poetic style. marking a turning point in the history of Korean literature. Kim Chang-hyop, the remarkable critic of the latter half of Chosun Dynasty, esteemed him as the pioneer of the Tang poetic style. But, as he lived in the transitional period, the two characteristics of Tang poetic style and Song poetic style was found out at once in his poems, reflecting the phases of the times. Lee Hu-haek was brought up from the Confucian family. In a word, he was an traditional Confucianist. He had a special opportunity to visit China during his life. He had met many Chinese scholars, politicians, and writers there. Through his visit to China, he had a special interest in Chinese myths, legends, and folk-tales. He wrote the ten 7-word Chinese ancient poetry. In this paper, I dealt with the five 7-word ones among these long 10 7-word Chinese ancient poetry. The names of these poetry are 'So-seok, Choa-bee, Yangmoo-ju, Musansunnyo-myo, and Eun-gyo'. As an traditional Confucianist, he tried to show his Confucian ideology and thought. The core virtues of Confucianism expressed in his poetry were the realization of virtuous politics through decorum and music, enhancement of filial piety and justice, and denial of uncertainty.
  • 2.

    A-am Hae-jang's learning and the aspect of his literary

    Kim seoktae | 2006, (18) | pp.23~47 | number of Cited : 4
    Abstract PDF
    A-am Hae-jang(兒菴 惠藏, 1772~1811), he was the 12th instructor of Daedun temple where was center of Buddhist literature in late Cho-sun dynasty and he studied under Yeon-dam You-il(蓮潭 有一, 1720~1799) who was a representative of 18th century's Buddhism. In addition he could meet Dasan Jeong Yak-yong(茶山 丁若鏞, 1762~1836) to talk about the book of changes(周易) and he taught tea culture to him. A-am, he had not only good relation with Dasan and Yeon-dam who a representative respectable person, but also had an effect on Cho-eu. Moreover he was good at poetry, calligraphy and painting, so Ong bang-gang(翁方綱, 1733~1818), the greatest scholar in China was worthy of the highest admiration A-am's poetry. He was a Buddhist though, he was known a Confucianist. It is against his religion. But according to his poetry in posthumous works(兒菴遺集), in fact he was a real Buddhist not to follow Confucianism as a religion. He just studied the Confucianism as a scholar. In addition, his poetry shows his life as a freeman from religion, Buddhism, Confucianism and learning. He always wrote poetry about freedom and calm in woods. He was a sincere poet and freeman without any evaluation of a religious person
  • 3.

    A Couple of <Ga-Sa> Recently Found Written by Lee Yu, So-Ak-Ru

    김팔남 | 2006, (18) | pp.31~70 | number of Cited : 4
    Abstract PDF
    This paper aims to re-investigate the author and the timing of the four songs, <Sa-Gun-Byeol-Gok>, <Mang-Mi-In-Ga>, <Chung-Hyo-Ga> and <Ok-Gyeong-Mong-Yu-Ga> in Go-Si-Heon-Seo-Yi-Sa-Bon-Ga-Sa-Gipwhich had been recently found and has many songs in the 18th century. Through this work, I am able to confirm that the author of four works above mentioned was Lee Yu who had lived in the period of King Yeong-Jo in Jo-Seon Dynasty between 1675 and 1753. He wrote <Sa-Gun-Byeol-Gok> and <Chung-Hyo-Ga> in the timing of the Manager of Jang-Reung(the Tomb of King Dan-Jong) and Local Governor in <Dong-Bok> county, now Dong-Bok-Myeon, in Hwa-Soon, Jeon-Nam. In addition, it seems that he wrote other two Ga-Sas, <Mang-Mi-In-Ga> and <Ok-Gyeong-Mong-Yu-Ga> living at So-Ak-Ru, a viewpoint located in now Gung-San(Hill) at Hwa-Yang-Dong, Gang-Seo-Gu, Seoul. It has been thought that the four Ga-sas by Lee Yu have been regarded as one of pioneers in Ga-Sa history in 18th century, in that those dealt with the multiple issues of travle, loving king, teaching people and strucutre in dreaming.
  • 4.

    A Comparative Study on <Choyongga> as an old Korean folk song and <Choyongga> as a Goryeogayo

    김진욱 | 2006, (18) | pp.49~67 | number of Cited : 5
    Abstract PDF
    A Couple of <Ga-Sa> Recently Found Written by Lee Yu, So-Ak-Ru- Focused on the Investigation of Author and Timing of Writing -
  • 5.

    A research in the newly discovered? "Gwache-shi" of Kim, Byeong-yeon

    Yeonseok Ryu | 양동식 | 2006, (18) | pp.69~100 | number of Cited : 6
    Abstract PDF
    In the newly discovered collected poetry, Shisang, 95 "Gwache-shi" are transcribed. Among them, 18 poems are known as the works of Kim, Byeong-yeon. Because 6 poems have already been published in Kimripshijip, 12 poems could be regarded as newly discovered ones. Kim, Byeong-yeon's "Gwache-shi" are 231 in all: 208 of them were discovered by Lee, Eung-soo, 11 by Gu, Sahoe, and 12 by the researcher. It is highly reliable that the newly discovered 12 "Gwache-shi" are the works of Kim, Byeong-yeon, on account of their similar atmosphere to general Chinese poems. In comparison to other "Gwache-shi", they can be useful materials to illuminate the philosophies and social conditions of his contemporaries.
  • 6.

    Recognition of Reality and Poetic Figuration by Jon Je(存齋) Wi, Baek Gyu (魏伯珪)

    박명희 | 2006, (18) | pp.125~152 | number of Cited : 4
    Abstract PDF
    This study analyzed the works which were based on a recognition of reality among Chinese poems by Wi, Baek Gyu and examined the aspect to what degree such works practiced a poetic realism. Wi, Baek Gyu described the reality of needy and poor life in a contemplative manner. At times, he adopted an indirect method, not a straight one. Even he tried to show the feature of reality as it was. Although such difference is a continuity of the same circumstances, it is related to what degree of distance the author kept in respect of the reality. Accordingly, it was thought that the possibility of materializing a poetic realism was not irrelevant to such context. If it is reviewed in terms of such point, the mode of actualizing a poetic realism that Wi, Baek Gyu showed can be summarized in three aspects. First, a poetic subject matter greatly exhibits a nature of actuality. Second, since a method of expression is elaborate, a factual character is obtained. Third, the aesthetics in expression is based on a reality. Such three points are related with the point of view in poetry that Wi, Baek Gyu established. Thus, the significance of a genuine sentiment in poetry lies in the fact that it practically showed that the reality, after all, should be realistically described.
  • 7.

    A Study on Friendship Poetry of Song Gang

    Park, Young Ju | 2006, (18) | pp.153~205 | number of Cited : 6
    Abstract PDF
    Jeong Cheol (pen name : Song Gang, 1536~1593) is regarded one of the greatest poets in the history of the Korean literature. His works include four pieces of Gasa which is viewed as having the finest command of Korean in literature, more than 80 pieces of Sijo which is no less than Gasa in terms of literary merits and more than 700 pieces of Chinese poem which revealed his unique understanding of the images of life, society and nature. This study examined his Chinese poems that have received relatively less attention than his Korean poetry, especially focusing on the poems that he exchanged with renowned literary men and scholars in his time. Friendship poetry in Song Gangs prime time has its significance and implications in that they allow us to look into the historical and literary circumstances of that time. Song Gangs friendship poetry that he exchanged with prominent literary men and scholars in his time let us explore his relationships with his teachers who tremendously influenced his growing-up. The poems also imply his affection for friends with whom he associated with his heart open as well as acquaintance and honor with those whom he shared political lines with. Song Gangs friendship poetry reveals not only his inborn personality but also values and ideology that he lived for throughout his life. This study has its implications in that it brought to light the characteristic attributes of Song Gangs literature by analyzing and examining his various works.
  • 8.

    Sin Jae Choi San Doo's, Chinese poem Appreciation

    백숙아 | 2006, (18) | pp.207~235 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract PDF
    This article purpose of viewing Sin Jae's chinese poem. Last 16th century at the Ho Nam's poetical circles. He was famous character and an outstanding achievement as a man of thought. Nevertheless, we were indifference of the general research toward his poem and thought. That unsatisfactory results not only regarded as lacking interest in learned circles and a great loss his works during the Japanese invasion of Korean in 1592, but also appreciated him as a man of virtue. It is deplorable that Sin Jae's research should be in disregard. This article emphasis on San Doo's poetical background and a style of poetry. I searched all over his work and thought. Especially about his author mind poet's distinguishing mark etc. We are now starting Sin Jae's research. I hope that he will settle down at the history of literature and discovered his not-founded works including multiple interesting and various researches.
  • 9.

  • 10.

    The nature of tea is identical to that of the way of Buddhist meditation

    Lim Jun Sung | 2006, (18) | pp.273~293 | number of Cited : 2
    Abstract PDF
    Among about 2,200 poems of Maewoldang Kim, Si-seup(1435~1493), 73 poems, the number of his works which was written based on tea, is bequeathed to us now. This fact is significant especially when we consider that he left the most tea-poems since the first introduction of tea in Korea. He didn't just drink tea and write tea-poems based on the feeling he had when he had tea. He grew tea plants and made tea, and he tried to make his own life fit into the nature of tea. This indicates that tea had relatively great importance in his life. To study his poems means that he thought of tea not just as a drink but as a way of Buddhist meditation. Maewoldang didn't leave any systematic documents. He just wanted to realize his Confucian ideals and the sages' instructions. Also he wrote tea-poems to learn the teachings of Buddha. Though he lost sight of the ideal because he was in discord with the actual life, his literature came to further maturity by making the nature of tea reflected into his tea-poems. In other words, he didn't take a conciliatory attitude toward the actual life, but tried to express his positive attitude to do his best in everything through tea-poems.
  • 11.

    A Study of Ham Heo-dang's Kyunggiche-ga

    Yeonsuk Cho | 2006, (18) | pp.295~323 | number of Cited : 8
    Abstract PDF
    "Anyang-chan"and "Mitakyung-chan", among the Kyunggiche-ga of Ham Heo-dang, expressed the meanings through the reception of Amita-gyeong. The reception can be divided into two styles: concrete reception and condensed reception. Both styles help people understand the sutra by putting it into easier words and making people to experience it in daily lives. On the other hand, those two works initiate Amita-gyeong with two types of modification with different purposes. One is to praise and the other is to enlighten. By those two distinctive types of modification, not only do the works clearly convey the author's purposes of writing, but also carry out the roles of missionary literature.
  • 12.

    A Study on aspects of Wooguk[憂國] in Chilsil's works named <woogukga[憂國歌]>

    Jo, Taeseong | 2006, (18) | pp.325~344 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract PDF
    This study aims to make sure that Wookuk[憂國] in Chilsil[漆室]'s works has many kinds of aspects. Broadly speaking, it is divided four aspects. Wooguk[憂國] as a Sanbungdang[傷朋黨] is in the first place. Secondly, we can see Wooguk[憂國] as a kind of loyalty[忠]. Wooguk[憂國] as Jinsimboguk[盡心輔國] is next. The last aspect is Wooguk[憂國] as an alternative propose in the actual. These various aspects are caused by Chilsil's period, wars and acts which was facing with wars. More than that, the tradition of Wooguk-Sijo[憂國時調] is from Lee, Jeong-hwan's to Madam Daegu's <Hyeoljukga[血竹歌]> and anonymous <Aegukjo[愛國調]>, <Janbusa[丈夫詞]>, etc.
  • 13.