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A study on the research of Pansori and Perception on the History of Joseon Literature of Kim Sam Bul

  • The Research of the Korean Classic
  • 2020, (49), pp.199-238
  • DOI : 10.20516/classic.2020.49.199
  • Publisher : The Research Of The Korean Classic
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature > Korean Literature > Korean classic prose
  • Received : April 22, 2020
  • Accepted : May 17, 2020
  • Published : May 31, 2020

YOUNGHEE KIM 1 Kim, Si-yeon 1

1연세대학교

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ABSTRACT

Kim Sam Bul is one of the scholars who established the foundation of ‘Joseon Literature’ in modern literature through the educational programs of Yeonhui University in the colonial period and Seoul National University after Korea’s independence, and is a scholar who left clear traces of the research on the texts of ‘Gasa(one of the traditional verses and songs of Joseon)’, ‘Pansori(the traditional storytelling song of Joseon)’, and historical research on Korean literature. This essay analyzes Kim Sam Bul's result of the study of ‘Pansori’ and his design for the history of ‘Joseon Literature’ through his annotation of Korean Classical Literature, research on Shin Jae Hyo's ‘Pansori Saseol’ which was his graduation thesis on Seoul National University, and description of Pansori on his studies on ‘Joseon Literature’ which was written after his defection to North Korea. Therefore, in this article, the influence and traces of him on studies on Korean Pansori and classical literature history is examined. Kim Sam Bul's research on Korean literature has been marginalized and erased from the history of Korean literature. However, his studies have been handed down to the present day through evolutionary descriptions of the history of Korean Literature and Pansori studies. Kim Sam bul's studies on Korean literature and design for the history of ‘Joseon Literature’ have to be studied in order to reflect on the studies of Korean literature that was distorted by the colonization and the division of Korea and to rebuild the history of Korean literature with the aim of true decolonization.

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