A Study on the Sino-Korean Poetry about the Pavilions in Cheongsong - Focusing on Changyeonglu, Sugojeong and Okryujeong, etc.
In Cheongsong, the scenery is beautiful and famous pavilions lie scattered, so writers have been visiting it and composing a lot of poetry and prose from old times. This thesis develops its discussion targeting Changyeonglu, Sugojeong and Okryujeong, Donggyejeong, Apgakdae, Mangmijeong and etc.
Among the pavilions in Cheongsong where distinguished Sino-Korean poems remain in great numbers. Most Sino-Korean poems in Changyeonglu praise Queen Soheon''s royal virtues or express the joy of the fairyland. The poems written by King Jong-jik, Jo Hyeong-do, Kim Hong-wuk, Lee Eui-hyeon and others complimented Queen Soheon''s saintly virtues, and the works by Seo Geojeong, Lee Hae, Shin Ik-sang and others mostly expressed the excitement at the enchanted land.
Among the poems in Sugojeong, those written by Yang Geuk-seong and Hong Han-ju, etc., described the surrounding beautiful scenery and verbalized the heart to cherish the memory of deceased Lee Hwang, and those by Shin Ik-sang, Seong Geun-muk and etc. spoke out their longing for hometown. The poems of Lee Hwang, Jo Hyeong-do, Hwang Jun-ryang, and Heo Hun depicting Okryujeong, Donggyejeong, Apgakdae and Mangmijeong described the great landscape of Cheongsong with the subject of the heart missing hometown, Jinbo, and their parents and the king, and the exploding desire to create poems, and so on.
The Sino-Korean poetry of the pavilions in Cheongsong investigated in this thesis can be concluded to have expressed properly not only the picturesque scenery of Cheongsong but also its main figures and culture, and the poets'' emotions and therefore have enhanced the reputation of Cheongsong.