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Esthetic Effects and Formal Changes in <Kyungbokgung Junggun Seungduk Gara> and <Bukgul Junggunga>

  • The Studies in Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Abbr : Korean Poetry and Culture
  • 2008, (22), pp.1-24
  • Publisher : The Society of Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

ko, Soon-Hee 1

1부경대학교

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ABSTRACT

<Kyungbokgung Junggun Seungduk Gara> and <Bukgul Junggunga> are unpublished Gasa. These Gasas were created after the Kyungbokgung (Kyungbok Palace) was reconstructed in 1869. The authors for both of the Gasas were not known. In chapter 2, the esthetic effects and meaning of <Kyungbokgung Junggun Seungduk Gara> were described. The history and reconstruction of Kyungbokgung (Kyungbok Palace) were described briefly and praised. The object of the praise was focused on the Kyungbokgung (Kyungbok Palace). This Gasa could be differentiated by the interest on General Lee, SunShin. In chapter 3, the esthetic effects and meaning of <Bukgul Junggunga> were described. Two Third of the work were spared for the geographical features of China and Chosun and famous kings. One third of the work was spared for the history and reconstruction of Kyungbokgung (Kyungbok Palace) and the labor was praised. It is very hard to understand the work due to the usage of difficult Chinese phrases. It revealed the concept on the national border line between China and Chosun. In chapter 4, the structural characteristics of two works were described. Both of the works used refrain phrases(repeating phrases). <Kyungbokgung Junggun Seungduk Gara> used mechanical for the rule of versification and <Bukgul Junggunga> used Chinese Character Hyunto style. Rule of versification, 4 by 4 phrase and Chinese Character Hyunto style were the characteristic style for Gasa in the civilization period. In chapter 5, the meaning of the Gasa literature were dealt for the two works.

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