A Study on the Comparision of Religious Diet in Kang-Neung Area to Traditional Standard and Habitual Practice

전통 제사상차림의 규범과 강릉지역(江陵地域) 제사상차림 관행의 비교 연구

  • Yoon, Duk-Ihn (Department of home economics, Kwan Dong University)
  • 윤덕인 (관동대학교 가정교육과)
  • Published : 1997.12.30


The purpose of this study was to understand the arrangement of the religious food and religious diet in Kang-Rung region which was recogniged as cultural region. Investtigation was done by interview person to person, and the results are as follows. 1. The arrangement of religious food and regious diet in Kang-neung region were differed from home to home. 2. In Kang-neung region, Chu-suk religious ceremonies and religious diet were setted much religious diet than memorial service which was held on an anniversary of their's death. 3. At first line, they have arranged Hynbab and Kuk, or Papbaab and Miyegkuk or Paogikuk. On the other hand, Songpyen was placed in traditional standard setting. At second line, they have arranged Songpyen, Kijung, Aegeok, Yukgeok, Nurumgeok, DonBaegigeok, Memilgeok, and cooked octopus(muneo) on the Aegeok. They have also arranged fishes which were the cooked Alaska pollack(rnyongtai), codfish(daeku), flatfish (kajami), yellowtail(bangeo), salmon(yeoneo), trout(songeo) and Saegsunjeon, Dubujeon, Wanjajeon, Kokumajeon. At third line, they have arranged Yuktang, Sotang, Eotang, Altang which is boiled eggs. Altang was arranged instead of steamed chicken. At fourth line, they have arranged Bukeopo, Cuttlefish(dried Ojingeo), Gajamisikhe, Myungtaeposikhe. On the other hand, Sikhe was necessarily placed on the setting of traditional standard service for the ancestor. They have arranged also Chinese bellflower(Doragi), Fernbrake(Kosali), Spinach, Osmund (Kobi), Greenbean Sprouts, Leopard plant(Komchwi), Gourd(Pak), and Lentinus edodes (Pyokjo), but Kimchi was omitted. At fifth line, they have arranged Date, Chestnut, Persimmon, the fruit of Actinidia arguta(Dare), Heron, Banana, Kwajeul and Kangiung were considered as dishes. Dasik and biscut were also used for setting dishes.