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A Case Study of the Korean­Uzbekistan Story-Teller Sim I-ban

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2013, (85), pp.229-254
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

Kyuntae Kim 1

1한남대학교

Accredited

ABSTRACT

In this paper introduced the life of the story-teller Sim I-ban who migrated with his mother and younger brother from Russia to Uzbekistan in 1937 year and researched contents and oral-statement mode of the folk-tales which he state orally during for us to field-work in Siongo. And also examined aspects about for the episodes and the motifs how to be inserted and refracted in his folk-tales for transmitting. He was very excellent a story-teller to be well-known to Siongo residences of Koreans-Uzbekistan. He used various styles and rhetoric of the expressions and dominated the story place. Even though he didn't remember transmitting history about his folk-tales, the type of his stories was various like a fun story, complete story, folklore story, real story, old-novel story, Russian folk-story etc. Especially among his folk-tales <the blind thing is fault(먼 것이 흠)>, <The second wife to kill a child by one’s former wife (전실 자식 죽인 계모)>, <a destiny to die by a tiger(호환당할 운명)>, <a firewood seller and a nymph(나무꾼과 선녀)>, <a filial daughter Sim Chung(효녀 심청)> and <Heungbu and Nolbu(흥부와 놀부)> etc. were excellent works. In this paper we examined for the episodes and motifs to be inserted and refracted in his folk-tales to hand-down from our folk-tales. The thing to share same emotion and traditional culture is very important view-point to recover Identification between Korean-Uzbekistan and Korean.

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