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<Cheong San Byeol Gog> Bird and Crane Dance of 3 stanza

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2008, (66), pp.87-110
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

Chan Min 1

1대전대학교

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ABSTRACT

The parts to be difficult to catch the meaning in <Cheong San Byeol Gog> are the stanza 3 and 7. There have been a lot of arguments about ‘deer’ of the stanza 7. As a result, The opinion that ‘deer’ is an actor disguised as a deer is supported very much, because this opinion interprets ‘deer’ by the realistic context. Japhi performed at that time was based on. To analyze the stanza 3 in the same way is this paper. Two views to consider ‘sae’ to be sae/bird or sarae/plow has been suggested until now. But this paper suggested to consider ‘sae’ to be the actor disguised as a bird. This is the result to catch in the realistic context. I based this on the crane dance performed at that time. The stanza 3 presupposes the stage that the crane dance is played. By this view, this following fact can be. ① mul of ‘mularae/under water’ means a property, a board ‘Jee Dang Pan’. ② ‘Jangulan’ means Jamgae/an weapon or ‘Jangue’ means a drum(Jang Go). ③ the poetic speaker is looking at the stage. ④ The crane is going over the ‘Jee Dang Pan’n on the stage. The words of literary works has to be examined in the realistic context. A metaphor or symbolizing is a next step. This paper suggests a new point of view about <Cheong San Byeol Gog>. This is meaningful in such a point.

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