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Comparative Analysis of Three Dragon-man Nicknames Used by Kim Junghee

김정희가 사용한 명호 세 용정의 비교 분석

  • 최준호 (광주대학교 융합디자인학부)
  • Received : 2019.08.29
  • Accepted : 2019.10.20
  • Published : 2019.10.28

Abstract

This study presents the superiority of his calligraphy by analyzing the use, meaning, and calligraphy of nickname three dragon-man(yong-jeong) written by Kim Junghee before and after exile in Jeju Island. Based on the basic structure of the three dragon-man, the relationship between the times, the context, and the characters was studied. Through this change process, the difference of art engineering with other works was analyzed. Kim Junghee intentionally went through a difficult situation by using a nickname with a dragon. He wrote different meanings, uses, and typefaces of the nickname three dragon-man, depending on the circumstances. Finally, Kim Junghee used 'three dragon-man' to King Heonjong and Monk Choui to express his feelings and intentions. His writing was excellent in art engineering and unique in the world. All were found to be supported by his epigraphy insights. The results of this study will be a new methodology for analyzing the meaning of nicknames of ordinary artists.

Acknowledgement

Supported by : Gwangju University

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