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On the Relics of Japanese Invasion Period in Gupo Waeseong-Jiseong

LEE DONGJU 1

1동아대학교

Candidate

ABSTRACT

Imjinwaeran was the Major event that provided not only the culture of the Joseon Dynasty but also the epochal turning point of modern history in Korea. In addition to the division of times, it was accompanied by a change in the overall structure of the material culture of archeology such as costume, objects and tombs as well as castle structures and weapons due to military system and tactical changes. However, despite this great transformation, there are not many archaeologists who deal with the Waeseong left behind. In particular, to understand the breakthrough in the cultural history of the time, it is necessary to review the relics at that time, but most of them consist mainly of Waeseong structures and construction methods. The reason for this is probably not because there are not many investigations on Waeseong, but because it is very difficult to prove it simply by excavation or surface collection. However, in Gupo Waeseong, three settlements in the Joseon Dynasty were confirmed during the investigation, and it was judged that this dwelling was abandoned due to the construction of Gupo Waeseong. Therefore, this study investigated the characteristics of relics that were used during the Japanese Invasion of Korea through the review of the settlements and excavated artifacts.

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