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The Deployment and Dismantlement of horses ranch and the production of war horses in Ganghwa-do during the period of Choseon

Yi Hong Du 1

1홍익대학교

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ABSTRACT

Immediately after the founding of the Choseon Dynasty, the Ming Dynasty tried to acquire and own the ranches in Jeju Island. The breeding of war horses were assumed to be so difficult that the Emperor Taizong decided to move 100 superior stallions from the Jeju ranch to the uninhabited area of Ganghwa-do for grazing. Two years later, in the 15th year of Emperor Dong, the emperor constructed Gilsung Ranch with the circumference of 60 li(unit of distance, around 0.4km) in the year of 1415. In the seventh year of King Sejong's reign (1425), Jingahng Ranch was built. In his nineth year(1417), Gilsung and Jingahng Ranch were combined and a wall fence were constructed around it. It was around the time when King Sejong was pushing for a policy to make the entire Ganghwa area a horses ranch. In spite of the King Sejong's decision, the government of Choseon was divided into two parts according to the theories. The first one is on how to make the people stay by building a fence around the ranch, the second one is the theory that supports the inside of King Sejong, he had been in conflict for six years. By integrating the three Corral Ranch West Mani mountain, King Sejo had made the development of Ma ranch management. Opposition Social Democratic theory of bureaucracy to claim the shrinkage length theory went blank, Sejong built a Ganghwa island including Emma ranch. In addition to Susu-on Loading image, Shin Loading image, pine house Loading image, Ma ranch attached island lmaotokita Loading image. There are Ma ranch of the total 16 Sekikero such as Loading image Ranch was installed in Goryeo era prostitution. In particular, Mono Ranch was built during the Kyoro Dynasty. Jangbong Ranch produced Tarpan horses. During the Japanese Invasion of Korea (Imjin War), the nation's Ma Ranch were under the control of the Japanese army. However, the results of protecting the ranch in Ganghwa-do were that the war horses were contributed to drive back foreign armies. If you want to occupy the ranch, Seryokuga was increasing in the period of king Jungjong and yanshan -kun. Most of Ma ranches across the country entered the water path of the Japanese army. At the time of turbulent Mizunoetatsu (Imjinwaeran) Choseon dynasty was able to repel the Japanese Yamato army by setting the defensive conditions by establishing ranch at Gwanghwa-do. Heyco looked after suspiciously, he had no choice but to grant land to the residents because it would suspicious to Heyco who had a fortress view of the Hanyang and Gangwa. Therefore the King Sukjing abolished the order for Jinjiang Ranch for the expansion of more cultivated land.

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