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2022, Vol., No.50

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    A Study on Acceptance and Variation of Dubo's Prototype by Jung Hong-myeong

    Park Chong-hoon | 2022, (50) | pp.5~30 | number of Cited : 0
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    Jung Hong-myeong is a writer representing Honam(湖南). He had difficulties in his official life because of his father, Jeong-cheol(鄭澈). So he returned to his hometown, lived and concentrated on his studies. He captured his underprivileged life in his works, and solved it through the thought of the Zhuagzi(莊子)'s reasons or the active use of Dubo(杜甫)'s prototypes. So far, no previous studies have revealed the acceptance pattern of Dubo. However, looking at the many references related to Jung Hong-myeong, it is easy to see that Dubo is one way to understand Jung Hong-myeong's work. Therefore, in this paper, we briefly reviewed the acceptance patterns of Dubo's prototypes. First, we looked at the partial acceptance of Dubo's prototype. The acceptance and variation patterns were examined through similar poems, ceremonies, or works reflecting the conscripted scriptures. Jung Hong-myeong not only accepted Dubo's prototype, but also opened his own poetry world by changing the direction of Dubo's prototype. Next, the overall acceptance and variation of Dubo's prototypes were examined. Jung Hong-myeong actively accepted Dubo's prototypes by composing works with the same or similar titles to Dubo's prototypes. At the same time, he clearly captured his own voice that was different from Dubo. In this thesis, partial or total acceptance and variation have been briefly examined, but it cannot be denied that there is a dubo at the starting point of understanding Jung Hong-myeong's work with this tendency. It is hoped that this thesis will serve as a starting point for a three-dimensional approach to Jung Hong-myeong's work.
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    Research on the Religiosity of Rituals and Akjang related to Sungkyunkwan in King Seongjong's period

    Young-Zae Park | 2022, (50) | pp.31~60 | number of Cited : 0
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    This article analyzes the religiosity of rituals and Akjangs related to Sungkyunkwan, especially “Munseonwang Akjang”, “Daesarye Akjang”, and “Shinchandeungga Akjang”, in King Seongjong's period, Joseon Dynasty. For this process, three Akjang texts and related rituals are interpreted not only in its political contexts, but also through the Neo-Confucian ideology and symbolism. The characteristics of King Seongjong’s royal authority were the main factors of the religiosity. In this point of view, “Munseonwang Akjang” should come to understand from the perspective of historicality. “Daesarye Akjang” and “Shinchandeungga Akjang” were the expanded representation of “Munseonwang Akjang”, by manifesting hierophany of the ‘Sacred time and space’ from the Confucian classical antiquity.
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    A Study on the new manuscript version of Hapcheon Hwayangdong Kyubanggasa - Focusing on the Kisuga of the Hangukgasamunhak

    JUNG, Kisun | 2022, (50) | pp.61~91 | number of Cited : 0
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    This article examines the existence of a new version of the Gyubanggasa works, which were introduced Hapcheon Hwayangdong Kyubanggasa to academia. It was written to formally report to and examine its characteristics. The Kisuga of the Hangukgasamunhak contains 11 Gasa works and transcriptions of 258 characters. Through bibliographic analysis, including manuscripts, the collection of lyrics transcribed and settled in 1876, the earliest copy of the Hapcheon Hwayangdong Kyubanggasa. It could be seen that this manuscript was given to a woman who had married in her own family by a woman from the Papyeong Yoon’s family. In this manuscript, the 9 Gasa works created and enjoyed by the Papyeong Yoon’s family are transcribed. Samoga and Yusanga, these 2 works were created by the author to comfort her niece-in-law who could not go on a planned trip to her home. The reader was able to know the detailed history of the Papyeong Yoon’s family and the various aspects of the women who created and enjoyed these Gasa works. Through these Gasa works connected the descendants of the reader with the Papyeong Yoon’s family, and further took on the function of maintaining and sustaining the community of the Papyeong Yoon’s family living in Hapcheon Hwayang-dong. I tried to explain the communication environment of the Gyubanggasa by using the concept of a manuscript community, noting that the Gyubanggas of the Papyeong Yoon’s family, including 'Kisuga,' were handed down through transcription.
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    The gasa of grief and grief at the loss of one's husband, <Myungdojatansa>

    Park eun bin | 2022, (50) | pp.93~118 | number of Cited : 0
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    The <Myungdojatansa> is a gasa, which is inherited with haengjang(行狀) that eulogize Ms. Namwon Yoon’s chastity, And it is known and researched as the literature of virtuous woman over the time. However, in the matter of <Myungdojatansa>, regarding Ms. Yoon as a virtuous woman is not a good perspective. <Myungdojatansa> was written with her thought and emotion without restraint. It’s hard to find the obedient woman who chose her death in extensive pressure in her era. Therefore, delineating Ms. Yoon as woman who had no choice but to choose her death by her Confucian ideology is not reasonable. Furthermore, interpreting her behavior as the intent attitude to keep her chastity based on Confucian ideals is an inadequate perspective. In <Myungdojatansa>, the narrator her expresses every feeling without reserve, but she showed no will to keep, her chastity. To elucidate <Myungdojatansa>, it should be interpreted by itself, not shed light on descents' Confucian ideals. The <Myungdojatansa> should be explicated gasa itself, without any Confucian background of chastity. Sympathizing the groan and bereavement in <Myungdojatansa>, the reason of Ms. Yoon’s death is transparent. Ms. Yoon did not choose her death to keep her chastity or by the pressure of historical background. As Ms. Yoon felt limitless sorrow and loss, she took her life after her husband passed away. Ms. Yoon’s death is not a self-immolation for her chastity, Ms. Yoon took a suicide which she chose after her husband death.
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    A Study on the Transcendental Aesthetic Consciousness and Classical Symbolism Appeared in Yun Dae-nyeong's Novel

    Jun Chunglim | 2022, (50) | pp.119~149 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this paper is to examine inter-textuality between Hyangga and contemporary novel The Sacred Road of Shilla. Hyangga, formal literature of Shilla, had cultural peculiarities under the value of Buddhism, such as eternal time awareness, transcendental power related with external beauty and imperturbable sentiment(平淡). These cultural aspects affected to Shilla society and it resonated with the literature. Yun Dae-nyeong, the author of The Sacred Road of Shilla, illustrated the cultural aspects of Shilla and drew upon the sources of Hyangga to emphasize his own narrative. In this novel, the sources of Hyangga had been effectively transpositioned. The religious features and transcendental aspects had been transmitted into modern aesthetic values. In Yun Dae-nyeong’s oeuvre, uncertainty of existence and desire for transcendental origin were addressed frequently. Thus the author attempted to translate classical and religional insight of Hyangga to his literary theme.
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    Overview and Characteristics of Sino-Korean Poems in 『Seohaengnok(西行錄)』

    kim, mi-sun | 2022, (50) | pp.151~176 | number of Cited : 0
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    󰡔Seohaengnok󰡕 is a travel diary of a three-generation family in the second half of the Joseon Dynasty, and the authors are Song Jeong-ak, Song Ji-haeng, and Song Seok-nyeon, who lived in Goheung, Jeollanam-do. 󰡔Seohaengnok󰡕 contains three different journeys for about 100 years from 1744 to 1839, featuring 296 Sino-Korean poems. This paper sought to contribute to the study of 󰡔Seohaengnok󰡕 by identifying the status and characteristics of Sino-Korean poems in 󰡔Seohaengnok󰡕. Song Jeong-ak wrote 17 trips in the diary, Song Ji-haeng 9 trips, and Song Seok-nyeon 10 trips. Song Jeong-ak's diary contains 74 Sino-Korean poems, of which 40 are Song Jeong-ak's Sino-Korean poems and 34 are others' Sino-Korean poems. Song Ji-haeng's diary contains 88 Sino-Korean poems, of which 65 are Song Ji-haeng's Sino-Korean poems and 23 are others' Sino-Korean poems. Song Seok-nyeon's diary contains 134 Sino-Korean poems, of which 55 are Song Seok-nyeon's Sino-Korean poems and 79 are others' Sino-Korean poems. The authors recorded in their diaries not only their own Sino-Korean poems, but also Sino-Korean poems that they encountered while traveling, and Sino-Korean poems of their companions. The Sino-Korean poems from 󰡔Seohaengnok󰡕 were written during the travel process and have the following characteristics. First, it contains the hardships of the journey and the anxious heart of the travelers. Second, it contains the friendship and parting with people the authors met during the trips. Third, it contains descriptions of scenery and excursions seen along the way. Fourth, the purpose of the trips contains our forefathers' will to gain fame. Because the diaries contain these Sino-Korean poems, it is possible to identify the status of the creation of Sino-Korean poems by travelers in the second half of the Joseon Dynasty through 󰡔Seohaengnok󰡕, and to explore various travel poems.
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    A Strategy to Activate Dining Table Talk Education for Adolescents through Hanhwondang Kim Gweing-pil’s Literature

    BAEK SuK AH | 2022, (50) | pp.177~202 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study discussed a strategy to activate dining table talk education for adolescents through Hanhwondang Kim Gweing-pil’s literature. It is not an exaggeration to say that the recognition of patriotism, filial piety, brotherly love, and faithfulness in Korean modern society in the 21st century has long since become unfamiliar. In particular, with the advent of the 4th industrial revolution, individualistic sentiments have become more prevalent, and social class conflict is deepening due to the gap between the rich and the poor. This is a problem to be seriously considered as an intellectual living in the modern age. To solve this problem, first, this study discussed how the “Sohak” education affected the social and cultural atmosphere and the moral responsibility and practice consciousness of intellectuals at the time. Considering the social atmosphere at the time, attention was paid to the role of “Sohak” education as an educational communication between various intellectuals in society as a whole. It is a discussion about how these discussions can be connected with dining table talk education for adolescents living in the 21st century, and what meanings can be given. Next, through Kim Gweing-pil's literature, the enlightenment and practice of faith and loyalty were discussed. Kim Gweing-pil taught Cho Gwang-jo during his exile in Heecheon, and when he moved to Suncheon, his exile place, he passed on many teachings to the literati of Honam, including Sinjae Choi San-du. This study paid attention to the correlation between the characteristics of Kim Gweing-pil’s literature, which emphasized the principle of human life across regions, and the dining table talk education for adolescents. Kim Gweing-pil’s literature contains a sense of social and cultural value pursuit through educational practice and upright scholarly spirit. Through this discussion, it is expected that dining table talk education, which helps adolescents who have to live a harsh reality, form the right human view and promote emotional stability, will spread.