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Reviewing the location of Baeksajeong and Gunyeonggumi of Najungilki's (Admiral Yi sun-sin’s diary during the war)

Lee, Su-kyong 1

1지역유산연구원

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ABSTRACT

When we choose the most notable figure and events in our history, the Japanese Invasion of Korea, so called Imjinwaeran and the admiral Yi Sun-sin could be shown at the top of the list. So Geographical clarifications and locating the exact points associated with the historical figure and events are generating a lot of interest, leading to and accumulating various studies. However, many of these studies lack clear and exact historical evidence or on-site inspections. Geographical criticism sometimes suggests various opinions about one place for each translator’ perspective of 『Najungilki』, researcher of the Japanese Invasion of Korea in 1592, and researcher of local history. This study is also intended to try accurate historical evidence of the place. The purpose of the study is to study the location of ‘Baeksajeong(白沙汀) and Gunyeonggumi(軍營仇未)’recorded in Yi Sun-sin's 『Najungilki』. This is an important point related to Yi Sun-sin's activities for the reconstruction of the naval forces right after the Battle of Chilcheon-ryang during the Japanese Invasion of Korea, broken out in 1597 after Imjinwaeran in 1592. First of all, we compared and reviewed the contrasting views on the location of the Baeksajeong and Gunyeonggumi in Jangheung Land as Boseong and the views of Jangheung as Jangheung. Next, my opinion was presented through the study of ancient literature and field trips. This work is believed to help the historical sites and historical sites during the Japanese Invasion of Korea in 1592. In addition, I hope that it will help establish a proper local history. It is hoped that the results of these historical research and on-site investigation will be reflected in the local government's historical tourism resource development projects.

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