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The Daebaekrok description strategy from the perspective of communication

  • The Research of the Korean Classic
  • 2021, (53), pp.63-92
  • DOI : 10.20516/classic.2021.53.63
  • Publisher : The Research Of The Korean Classic
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature > Korean Literature > Korean classic prose
  • Received : April 15, 2021
  • Accepted : May 10, 2021
  • Published : May 31, 2021

Kim Girim 1

1조선대학교

Accredited

ABSTRACT

This study examined the strategies and meanings for communication used in Daebaekrok from the perspective of Daebaeknok as a communicative text. Hong Joong-in recognized that the “public opinion” formed by Noron was distorted and wrote Daebaeknok to respond and communicate. This book is likely to have been written around 1750. The contents dealt with the Jeongneung󰠀byeongo incident(정릉변고사건), Gichukoksa(기축옥사) and related figures such as Jeong Cheol, Seong Hon, Choi Young-gyeong, and Jeong Gae-cheong. In addition, Ii, Kim Jang-saeng, Song Si-yeol, Yoon Seon-geo, and Yoon Jeung were also covered. Hong Joong-in refuted the discussions of the Norons, which were considered public opinion at the time. To this end, he arranged the arguments side by side to secure objectivity. He ruled out partiality by using the Nargument and secured fairness as a way to criticize his party. Thus, it sought to increase the possibility of becoming a public security by drawing recognition from the arena of public communication. In this regard, Hong Joong-in’s Daebaeknok is an attempt to break the prejudice of the world and rebuild a balanced perception by mutual communication, free from confrontation between Noron(노론) and Namin(남인).

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