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2019, Vol., No.44

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    A study on the Composition and Meaning of Baekkwanghong’s the poetical prose of the winter solstice

    Lee kueui | 2019, (44) | pp.5~31 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this paper was to examine the composition and meaning of the book and the sense of the orientation of the self of Baek Gwang-hong (1522-15561) who was a scholar during the mid-Joseon Dynasty. Further, it explores Gwanghong’s self-consciousness reflected in Dongjubu-the poetical prose of the winter solstice. This pub was built by the order of the king in 1552. Some of the formal features of this joint venture include: The first part consisted of 48 stanzas according to the theory of The Great books. The second string of characters is based on 12 characters. This is related to 12 growing and declining. In addition, the company is using a lot of vainly. Therefore, this poetical prose is in the form of an government examination. Third, there is no fixed luck in this part and one district's flat side is not constant. Fourth, this part is composed of three layers, but if you break it down, you can divide it into seven sections. The introduction of the Dongjubu describes the twelve-growing and declining and the running of the universe. This introduction consisted of 12 series in accordance with the twelve growing and declining. The logic of the generation change of one year and 12 months is contained in this paragraph. The deployment was again made up of five paragraphs. Each paragraph has six consecutive columns of hexafluoride. The first paragraph describes the operation of a hexapod and the reason for the territorial side, the second paragraph describes the meaning of comradeship through news, the third paragraph describes the unity of the mind and the spirit, and the fourth paragraph describes heaven and earth as the universe that teaches people a lesson. This part emphasizes that it is the significance of a comrade to have a conscience through the perceptuality of the spirit. The ending consists of six consecutive stanzas. If the earlier part described the operation of the universe on the mine loop, which corresponds to the comrade, this end describes the order of the persona to the king, the determination of the persona, and the eulogy to the king in the comrade was to carry out the politics of principles of royalty with conscience.
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    Examination of Suncheon Juammyeon Nujeong

    KIM HYUN JIN | 2019, (44) | pp.33~56 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of the present paper is to examine the regional characteristics of Juam(住巖) area, which is the outskirts of Suncheon Eupseong, as well as the roles and significance of the Nujeongs in the area. The Juam area has beautiful natural environment and has been developed by families. Based on these natural geographical factors, there are ten Nujeongs in Juam area including Sanghojeong (相好亭) which is the first Nujeong in Suncheon built by an individual. Among the outskirts of Suncheon Eupseong, the number of Nujeongs is the largest in Juam. Regarding the owners of these Nujeongs, 60% belong to the Okcheon Jo family(玉川趙氏), and some of the Nujeongs such as Hyangakjae(鄕約齋) are owned by multiple owners from Jo・Jeong・Lee・Heo families. These findings corroborate the characteristic of Juam area, represented by the development led by families. Therefore, the Nujeongs in Juam area have certain roles and significance such as the places for rituals of Moksoksungjo(睦族崇祖) demonstrating the desire for raising the family’s reputation, aspiration for the common good in the hown town through Hyangak(鄕約), desire and propensity to become a man of profound Confucianism, enjoying the pleasure of nature like an ancient sage and recognition of Juam as a fairyland based on its beautiful nature. In particular, the place to recognize Juam as a fairyland is aligned with the identity of Suncheon areas, represented as the Sogangnam(小江南) and Sunhyang(仙鄕).
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    A Study on Pung-gyeog of Gojug Choegyeongchang’s Han-si

    kimjinwook | 2019, (44) | pp.57~82 | number of Cited : 1
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    As Cheongsinjunil alone can not understand Gojug’s poem, Cheongsinjunil’s style and Pung-gyeog of Chungdamsosan are discussed together with Gojug’s Gojug We have shown that the purpose of this paper is to provide a balanced view of Pung-gyeog. In Gojug’s poem, he argued that the typical adherence to the new Uigyeong’s orientation and typology is characteristic of his work world. In the Gojug’s poem world, the not-right extremes are harmonious and formally firmly adhering to the typology, Uigyeong insists that the pursuit of novelty is characteristic of Gojug’s poem. Because Gojug is a summary of the record, I analyzed the evaluation of his electrical life, 239 volumes of literary works, and 11 articles, and deduced the cause. Based on these characteristics, we examined the Gojug’s poem world and found out that Cheongsinjunil’s Pung-gyeog stands out in the works of Agbusi series influenced by Minga and Min-yo. These works follow the rigid form of Geunchesi, claiming that they are creating a new Uigyeong through a unique expression method using various devices, a combination of novel idea and typicality. Gojug’s poem The works of the Sansusi series, which are the other parts of the world, and the works created by monks and temples with poetic sanctions, show a clear difference from the works of Agbusi series, such as creation technique, poetic emotion, Uigyeong, etc. Moreover, And that the proportion of monks and Buddhist works is much greater. Therefore, the evaluation of Pung-gyeog of Gojug’s poem requires a more political discussion and raised the problem that it is necessary to discuss it with Pung-gyeog called Chungdamsosan. The works of Sansusi family, monks and Buddhist temple related works showed that they had natural flow and minimized formulas and manuscripts by eliminating intentional composition in the thesis. In addition, the world of work is stubborn and sincere, and it is revealed that the image of degeneration is prominent without the intervening feelings of contemporary scandal, remorse, and resentment. Gojug’s poem has no sound, no anger, no resentment, no song or passion for hope, and no intention to communicate with the reader or the world through his work. Gojug argued that without any intention, he silently created the Pung-gyeog of Chungdamsosan by justifying the poet’s visible sight. Based on these facts, Gojug’s poem, Choegyeongchang poem’s Pung-gyeog was Cheongsinjunil and Chungdamsosan.
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    Expressing Aspects of Love Poetry by High Official’s Wife In the Late Joseon Period and Its Meaning in Literature History - Focus on Love Poetry by Kim Samouidang -

    Han seong geum | 2019, (44) | pp.83~112 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study speculated on expressing aspects of love poetry by Kim Samouidang, a high official’s wife in the late Joseon period and its meaning in literature history. It was thought that she had high sense of self-esteem and could express true feeling as a woman in her poetry unlike other women from noble family. Kim Samouidang’s poetry was based on active communication with her husband. They respected and sympathized with each other. She never complained of financial difficulty in the household as the couple gave a more focus on each other’s appreciation and sympathy rather than making his family prosperous and supporting her husband and family members. Also, they accepted and respected each other through intelligent conversation. They had debates when each of them believed his or her opinion was right and they encouraged each other even when they were depressed. They felt emotional while seeing natural scenery in front of the house and communicated each other on it even though they were separated in distance. Samouidang’s love poetry was characterized by questions and answers on norms and emotional feeling. She tried to think within Confucian regulations as a high official’s wife, which was expressed in her regulation poetry. However, she felt sorry and missed her husband as she was separated from her husband even though her poetry was normative and expressed such feeling honestly in her poetry. Her poetry had meaning in that she expressed her love honestly though she was a high official’s wife. Also she showed love with her husband in Soochang poetry and letters sent to her husband, which broke prejudice in the late Joseon period.
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    A Study of In-Jae Yang Jintae’s Hansi(漢詩) in 『Sosewonsasil(瀟灑園事實)』

    KimDaeHyun | 2019, (44) | pp.113~136 | number of Cited : 0
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    This paper focuses on Hansi(漢詩) of In-Jae Yang Jintae in “Soswaewonsasil(瀟灑園事實)”. Yang Jin-tae, who played a leading role in the compilation of “Soswaewonsasil”, left many literary works in his life. We have hardly understood his literary feature because his personal collection of literary works had not been found. However, we have found his 47 poems listed in “Soswaewonsasil”, which is valuable material that we can look at his literary feature. His poetry begins by borrowing the rhymes of Kim Inhoo’s poem, “Soswaewon Poems(瀟灑園卽事)”. We understand that this is one of the representative poems related to Soswaewon. He left not only many poems related to Soswaewon, but also added four more poems supplementing the famous “Soswaewon 48 Poems”. Moreover, “Soswaewon Six Poems” shows that In-Jae Yang Jintae’s literary works develops into “Soswaewon Thirty Poems”, which was written by Bang-Am Yangkyungji. Yang Jintae devoted to the business of family prosperity including publishing family genealogies. His poetry also shows that he was working on the creation of Hansi in terms of factual record.