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The Enjoyment of Kagok and an Response to <Mongcheonyo> by Prince Inpyung(麟坪大君)

  • The Studies in Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Abbr : Korean Poetry and Culture
  • 2013, (31), pp.375-403
  • Publisher : The Society of Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

Jae Nam Choi 1

1이화여자대학교

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ABSTRACT

The aim of this article is to explain the enjoyment of Kagok and an response to <Mongcheonyo(夢天謠)> by Prince Inpyung(麟坪大君). Prince Inpyung is a third son of King Injo(仁祖) and a younger brother of King Hyojong(孝宗). He has experienced taken hostage to Shimyang(瀋陽) and has been dispatched an envoy to Yongyeong(燕京) over ten times. He has enjoyed the feast of palace garden by King Injo(仁祖) and King Hyojong(孝宗), and the feast of Youngpajeong(暎波亭) of his Nakbong residence. And he made a cottage named Chogyebyulup(漕溪別業) in Chogye valley. We are interested in his achievement of Siga following as three category. First, he handed down five poems of Sijo in several Kajip. In two poems, we are able to emphasize the experience the feast of palace garden and the solace feast to the envoy to Yongyeong. And other poems, we are able to read a caution to the manners of the world. Second, he enjoyed the refinement and the grace in a cottage named Chogyebyulup. His refinement and grace was spread learned men of those days. In long Sijo, we are able to point out a place Kucheoneunpok(九天銀瀑) located in a cottage named Chogyebyulup(漕溪別業). And the third, he responded to the <Mongcheonyo(夢天謠)> written by Yoon Sundo(尹善道), a teacher of his boyhood. He gave his assent to <Mongcheonyo(夢天謠)>, but he was afraid of the political landscape. His achievement of Siga is very important to understand the enjoyment of the royale families and those around.

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