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Baek Gwang-hong's Gwan-seo-byol-gok and Gi-haeng-ga-sa(Travel Words)

  • The Studies in Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Abbr : Korean Poetry and Culture
  • 2004, (14), pp.5-25
  • Publisher : The Society of Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

Kim,Seong-Ki 1

1조선대학교

Candidate

ABSTRACT

It has been said that words(Gasa) literature in Jang-heung was pioneered by Baek Gwang-hong. With a purpose to study Jangheung's Gasa(words), this study examines the history of Jang-heung and its natural environment for preparation of the study. Jangheung's Gasa started from BaekGwang-hong's Gwan-seo- byol-gok. It is the first travel words in our country, which twenty-five years later, influenced on creation of <Gwan-dong-byol- gok> by Jeong Cheol. This study compares the <Gwan-dong-byol- gok> and the <Gwan-seo-byol-gok> to specifically identify the influence. The <Gwan-seo-byol-gok> influenced on Jeong Cheol's <Gwan-dong-byol-gok> followed by Jo Woo-in's <Sok-Gwan- dong-byol-gok> outside Jangheung. However, within Jangheung, it influenced on We Se-jik's Geum-dang-byol-gok, No Myeong-sun's Chon-pung-ga and We Baek-gyu's Hap-gang-jeong-seon-yu-ga. That is, this study examines the external and internal influence of <Gwan-seo-byol-gok> and its status as a masterpiece. Thanks to the influence of <Gwan-seo-byol-gok>, no less than seventeen works from seven writers were produced in Jangheung. Therefore, it can be said that travel words in our country was originated from the <Gwan-seo-byol-gok>.

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