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Locality of Andong and Gasa relating to Manchuria Exile – Proposition of one Local Culture Contents

  • The Studies in Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Abbr : Korean Poetry and Culture
  • 2015, (35), pp.5-30
  • 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

Recentry as Gasa relating to Manchuria Exile 13 pieces were identified. Among 13 pieces, the gasa to create by Andong peoples are 7 pieces. The aim of this research is to exhibit Gasa relating to Manchuria Exile as the contents which well reveal the locality of Andong. Some researchers collected manuscripts of female Gasa. According to their statistics, manuscript Gasa materials are the most collected in Andong region. Andong was the center region to create and enjoy Gasa. Gasa creation of Andong women was one of the everyday life culture. But in the meantime studies on the nobility culture of Andong did not notice it. Andong is the famous city that hitorically there are many independence movement persons. The scholars spirit of Andong nobility have performed the dramatic role in the Colony Period. Especially after Japanese annexation of Korea Andong nobility have exiled to Manchuria, have involved the independence movement in there. The point worth noting is that Andong nobility have gone together in Manchuria with women. The female writers of these Gasa relating to Manchuria Exile are members of famous Andong nobility. Their life have dramatically changed because their family men had participated in the independence movement. They have expressed their new life by Gasa. Gasa relating to Manchuria Exile could be created in the condition of the combining two locality of Andong discussing earlier. Therefore Gasa relating to Manchuria Exile could be local culture contents to reveal comprehensively locality of Andong. And because of that these women are members of Andong nobility, their Gasa creation culture need to be incorporated in Andong nobility culture.

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