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A Couple of <Ga-Sa> Recently Found Written by Lee Yu, So-Ak-Ru

  • The Studies in Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Abbr : Korean Poetry and Culture
  • 2006, (18), pp.31-70
  • Publisher : The Society of Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

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ABSTRACT

This paper aims to re-investigate the author and the timing of the four songs, <Sa-Gun-Byeol-Gok>, <Mang-Mi-In-Ga>, <Chung-Hyo-Ga> and <Ok-Gyeong-Mong-Yu-Ga> in Go-Si-Heon-Seo-Yi-Sa-Bon-Ga-Sa-Gipwhich had been recently found and has many songs in the 18th century. Through this work, I am able to confirm that the author of four works above mentioned was Lee Yu who had lived in the period of King Yeong-Jo in Jo-Seon Dynasty between 1675 and 1753. He wrote <Sa-Gun-Byeol-Gok> and <Chung-Hyo-Ga> in the timing of the Manager of Jang-Reung(the Tomb of King Dan-Jong) and Local Governor in <Dong-Bok> county, now Dong-Bok-Myeon, in Hwa-Soon, Jeon-Nam. In addition, it seems that he wrote other two Ga-Sas, <Mang-Mi-In-Ga> and <Ok-Gyeong-Mong-Yu-Ga> living at So-Ak-Ru, a viewpoint located in now Gung-San(Hill) at Hwa-Yang-Dong, Gang-Seo-Gu, Seoul. It has been thought that the four Ga-sas by Lee Yu have been regarded as one of pioneers in Ga-Sa history in 18th century, in that those dealt with the multiple issues of travle, loving king, teaching people and strucutre in dreaming.

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