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Diplomatic protocol on Song Dynasty and ‘Manggwol(望闕)’ in the early Goryeo Dynasty

  • The Review of Korean History
  • 2021, (143), pp.39-78
  • Publisher : The Historical Society Of Korea
  • Research Area : Humanities > History
  • Received : August 15, 2021
  • Accepted : September 17, 2021
  • Published : September 30, 2021

Park Yun-Mi 1

1연세대학교 국학연구원

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ABSTRACT

This study is the first research performance that attempted the in-depth analysis on ‘Manggwol’ which often appears the diplomatic protocol on Song Dynasty in the early Goryeo Dynasty. Manggwol refers to performing rituals towards the Song’s Palace. Based on Goryeodogyeong, this article proves when Goryeo performs the ritual with the envoy of Song, the places were assigned and the procedure were performed according to the concept of ‘Manggwol’ and it was the same in the ritual performed by king of Goryeo as well as the ritual performed by the official of Goryeo in 3 islands within the precincts of Jeonju, Cheongju, and Gwangju. It also identified that such a ritual was very unfamiliar in Goryeo but it is common in Song's ritual performed by the officials who deliver the order of emperor, and analyzed the characteristic and the type of ‘Manggwol’ that appeared in Jeongwhaoryesinui. Lastly, it re-organizes Goryeo’s concrete route of diplomatic protocol on Song Dynasty by referring the type of ‘Manggwol’ which was analyzed in this way.

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