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A-am Hae-jang's learning and the aspect of his literary

  • The Studies in Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Abbr : Korean Poetry and Culture
  • 2006, (18), pp.23-47
  • Publisher : The Society of Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

Kim seoktae 1

1전남대학교

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ABSTRACT

A-am Hae-jang(兒菴 惠藏, 1772~1811), he was the 12th instructor of Daedun temple where was center of Buddhist literature in late Cho-sun dynasty and he studied under Yeon-dam You-il(蓮潭 有一, 1720~1799) who was a representative of 18th century's Buddhism. In addition he could meet Dasan Jeong Yak-yong(茶山 丁若鏞, 1762~1836) to talk about the book of changes(周易) and he taught tea culture to him. A-am, he had not only good relation with Dasan and Yeon-dam who a representative respectable person, but also had an effect on Cho-eu. Moreover he was good at poetry, calligraphy and painting, so Ong bang-gang(翁方綱, 1733~1818), the greatest scholar in China was worthy of the highest admiration A-am's poetry. He was a Buddhist though, he was known a Confucianist. It is against his religion. But according to his poetry in posthumous works(兒菴遺集), in fact he was a real Buddhist not to follow Confucianism as a religion. He just studied the Confucianism as a scholar. In addition, his poetry shows his life as a freeman from religion, Buddhism, Confucianism and learning. He always wrote poetry about freedom and calm in woods. He was a sincere poet and freeman without any evaluation of a religious person

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