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Park In-ro's Experience of War and The Meaning Orientation of <Seonsangtan>

  • The Studies in Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Abbr : Korean Poetry and Culture
  • 2024, (53), pp.193-221
  • Publisher : The Society of Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature
  • Received : January 29, 2024
  • Accepted : February 15, 2024
  • Published : February 28, 2024

Lee SeungJun 1

1국립부경대학교

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ABSTRACT

In relation to the 17th century Siga, Imjin war has an important meaning. Therefore, the Siga used at the time of Imjin war is important as a material to understand the 16th∼17th century Siga. Park In-ro's <Seonsangtan> is important that it is a work that expresses the experience of war and personal emotion. However, research on <Seonsangtan> has not been sufficiently conducted. Most of them were discussed in relation to War Gasa or Park In-ro's other works. Such a research method is inevitably difficult to access in detail in terms of methodology. Therefore, this study attempted a comprehensive analysis based on the sadness of <Seonsangtan>. To this end, Park In-ro's tragic war experience and the tension of the war that occurred in 1605 were noted. Through this, the compositional characteristics and meaning orientation of the work were examined. As a result, It was confirmed that the main emotion of the work was sadness. It was confirmed that the origin of peace was also related to the perception that reality was separated from the ideal society in relation to the subject of the work. It was revealed that <Seonsangtan> includes the voice of a Gyung-Sang Joasuyoung. Finally, the meaning orientation and sadness of <Seonsangtan> are characteristics that are difficult to find in the 16th century Siga. It is related to the 17th century Siga. Through this, it was argued that <Seonsangtan> as War Gasa was a specific case showing the influence of Imjin war.

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