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The Routineness Appearing in Pansori

  • Journal of Korean Literature
  • 2006, (14), pp.87-104
  • Publisher : The Society Of Korean Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

Jeong, Choong-kwon 1

1충북대학교

Candidate

ABSTRACT

The Routineness Appearing in Pansori Jeong, Choong-kwon This paper tries to investigate the routineness appearing in the five Pansori works transmitted so far, and find its meaning. Pansori often approaches the audience by revealing routineness as familiarity and repetition, when the audiences greatly express sympathy with the situations in the play because they are frequently observed in neighbors. Especially, the insertion of related songs contributes to the enhancement of sympathy. Thus, the representation of routine in Pansori can be said to be a mechanism for sympathy aiming the audiences, who live a similar life with the characters in the play. However, more significant in the view at that time are the routine as survive, and the routine revealed as a problem of the real through the destruction by the external power. While it becomes a play in <Heungbo-ga>, the routine in <Jeokbyeok-ga> exists in the memory to be reminded by nameless soldiers. In the latter, the routine destroyed by the external power, and thus revealed as a problem of the real is depicted. The routine depicted in this way must contain significant questions.

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