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A study of Pungyoungjeong(風詠亭) rhyme-borrowing poems

  • The Studies in Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Abbr : Korean Poetry and Culture
  • 2011, (28), pp.203-240
  • Publisher : The Society of Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

Hwang, Min-Sun 1

1전남대학교

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ABSTRACT

Pungyoungjeong(風詠亭) built by Un Guh, Kim(金彦琚, 1503~1584) in 16th century had performed a function of people's attraction due to not only a good reputation of Un Guh, Kim(金彦琚, 1503~1584) and his colleagues but a location of Pungyoungjeong(風詠亭) connecting Gwangju, Naju and Jangseong. A volume of rhyme-borrowing poems were naturally produced because of many people's comings and goings to Pungyoungjeong(風詠亭). And in comparison to other pavilions of this time, especially in respect of their number, they became a peculiarity of Pungyoungjeong(風詠亭), a great landscape. A spatial character of a pavilion produced a large number of literary works that created unparalleled grandeur as they were placed on the top of a pavilion in a form of a wooden board. Such a kind of Nujung literatures brought a motive of the other Nujung literatures. They were inspiring people to create literary works even though they never enjoyed time in a pavilion. Therefore, Nujung literatures that provided an actual and a literary scene have been playing an important role in understanding a place, a pavilion. The previous studies that researched spatial figures of pavilions through Nujung poems were generally based on Nujungyeonjakjeyoung(樓亭連作題詠). Because it essentially has a nature of setting a great view for composing a place, a pavilion, the comprised space became a typical place where not only represented each of pavilions but expressed enjoyers' consciousness of a pavilion and scenic aesthetics. However, it is limited to grasp the place, a pavilion with Nujungyeonjakjeyoung(樓亭連作題詠) focusing on collecting sceneries. Accordingly, we need to examine Nujungjeyoung(樓亭題詠) taking much portion of Nujung poems. Pungyoungjeong(風詠亭) has a vast majority of rhyme-borrowing poems, approximately over 180 in comparison to other pavilions in the same period. To understand the place of Pungyoungjeong(風詠亭) in depth, approaching to rhyme-borrowing poems of Pungyoungjeong(風詠亭) is indispensible. This manuscript, therefore, mainly discussing about rhyme-borrowing poems of Pungyoungjeong(風詠亭), analyzed spatial characteristics of Pungyoungjeong(風詠亭) with three keywords, vision, apprehension and longing for the past

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