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초대석-조선왕조의궤로 한국출판문화상 받은 한영우 전 규장각 관장

  • Im, Nam-Suk
    • 프린팅코리아
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    • pp.48-51
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    • 2006
  • 규장각 관장을 역임한 한영우 한림대학교 특임교수가 지난해 말 '조선왕조의궤'로 대한민국 문화유산상과 간행물윤리상, 한국출판문화상을 연달아 수상했다. 한 교수를 만나 '조선왕조의궤'를 연구하게 된 동기와 조선시대의 기록문화 등에 대해 들어 보았다.

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Systematic Bibliographic Study on Uigwe Banchado Digitization and Modern Application (의궤 반차도 디지털화의 체계서지학적 연구와 현대적 활용)

  • Kim, Da-Young
    • Proceedings of the Korean Society for Information Management Conference
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    • pp.33-37
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    • 2018
  • 본 연구는 반차도의 활용에 관한 연구이다. 반차도란 의궤 안에 담긴 그림으로 왕실의 행사와 관련된 내용을 하나의 본보기로 삼아 기록해놓고 예법에 맞게 이를 따르고자 왕실의 각종의식과 행사의 전 과정을 기록한 것이다. 조선왕조의궤는 세계기록유산으로 유네스코에 등재되어 있기도 하다. 그러나 기록유산들의 정보를 소장하고 있는 기관이 여러 곳이고 각각 세부 분류 방식이나 열람 형식 등이 달라 이용자들의 이용에 어려움이 있다. 이에 기록유산들 중 의궤 반차도를 주제로 디지털화에 대해 연구해보고자 한다. 반차도 디지털화의 장점은 일반이용자들에게 다양한 정보를 제공함으로써 문화 콘텐츠의 개발, 재생산을 하는 데에 일정한 역할을 할 수 있다는 것이다. 자료를 보존하는 것과 더불어 이용자들의 활발한 접근과 활용을 유도하여 또 다른 가치를 창조해낼 수 있고 동시에 역사를 후대에 잘 전승할 수 있는 효과적인 방법이기도 하다. 이를 위해서 반차도의 주요 소장처들이 진행한 반차도 디지털화의 현황을 알아보고 어떤 정보를 제공하고 있는지 이용자 중심의 비교를 통해 현황과 개선할 점에 대해 알아보고자 한다.

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A Study on the Gurodae, archiectural member recorded on Yeonggeonuigwes and Sanleunguigwes (영건의궤 및 산릉의궤에 기록된 건축부재 구로대에 관한 연구)

  • Lee, Yeon-Ro
    • Journal of architectural history
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    • v.18 no.3
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    • pp.45-59
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    • 2009
  • This thesis mainly deals with what is th Gurodae, recorded of the YeonggeonUigwe and the SanleungUigwe. Gurodae makes diverse appearance In Uigwes.(久老代, 仇老代, 求路代, 仇老臺, 仇露臺, 求露臺, 仇累臺, 九累臺) It seems that Gurdae was an architectural member used on the roof. Especially that was a member of the eaves. Gurodae looks like a Pyeonggodae, located on the end of the rafters. But it differs in the shape compare to that of Pyeonggodae, Gurodae has the shape of combined members, Pyeonggoaed and Chakgo. Chakgo is a member covering the spae, between two Buyeons So Gurodae has the shape of prominence and depression. The result obtained by surveying the Uigwes is the Gurodae is the Gurodae used until 1789. After the publication of HyeonlyungwonUigwe in 1789, that member was no longer existed on the other Uigwes. In 1794, the making Hwaseong fortress, Gurodae divieed into two members, Chopyeonggodae and Chakgo. Since then Chopyeonggodae and Chakgo never combined again.

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A Consideration about the funeral Supplies for Carriage in the late of Joseon Period (조선 후기 국장용 운반 상구고(喪具考))

  • Park, Jong-min
    • MUNHWAJAE Korean Journal of Cultural Heritage Studies
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    • v.39
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    • pp.191-217
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    • 2006
  • The chief mourners do their best to carry the dead and various things related to him in the departure of a funeral procession. "Sejongsillok" and "Gukjooryeui" had already written the national funeral supplies for carriage in detail in the early of Joseon period. But they were the standard book of national ceremony. The Ilbang of Gukjangdogam made the national funeral supplies for carriage in the late of Joseon; Daeyeo, Gyeonyeo, Yoyeo, Chaeyeo, Gaja etc. "Gukjangdogamuigye" explained these in detail; size, materials, made-place etc. I used "Gukjangdogamuigye" published in the late of Joseon to explain the national funeral supplies for carriage. Because Kingdom's ceremony in Joseon was representative to the country, it couldn't depend on an individual taste. King was the symbol of a nation and the star tin point of the political power at that time. So its ceremony was to show people the representative example as a national ceremony. The national funeral supplies for carriage carried the dead of King and various things related to him. Gukjangdogam managed them carefully. People thought that the mean of these things was equal to King's authority at that time. So these weren't the mere national funeral supplies for carriage, the symbolic instruments equal to King.

전시회 - 오대산 사고본 조선왕조실록·의궤 특별전

  • Im, Nam-Suk
    • 프린팅코리아
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    • v.14 no.9
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    • pp.128-129
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    • 2015
  • 강원도(도지사 최문순)가 주최하고 강릉시(시장 최영희)가 주관한 '오대산 사고본 조선왕조실록 의궤 특별전'이 8월 6일부터 31일까지 강릉 오죽헌 시립박물관에서 열렸다. 이번 특별전은 광복 70년을 맞아 문화재청(청장 나선화)의 후원으로 진행됐다.

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An analytical Studies on Side Dishes in the Royal Parties of Yi Dynasty (조선시대(朝鮮時代) 궁중음식중(宮中飮食中) 찬물류(饌物類)의 분석적(分析的) 연구(硏究))

  • Lee, Hyo-Gee;Yoon, Soo-Seok
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture
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    • v.1 no.2
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    • pp.101-115
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    • 1986
  • This study was designed to establish Korean food culture by analizing 17 sets of Jinyounuigue(진연의궤) Jinchanuigue(진찬의궤), and Jinjarkuigue(진작의궤) which were the records of royal party procedures in Yi dynasty. Side dishes were classified into 20 groups in this study ; Tang (場) 19, Jungol (전골) 3, J'im 18, Jun (전) 20, Jock 14, Pyunuk (片肉) 14, Cho 12, Hyae 17, Po 8, Chae 3, Bung 1, Nanri 1, Sooran 1, Sookran 1, Jaban 1, Kimchi 2, etc. all of 140 different kinds of side dishes. There was no tendency in omission or addition of food materials. Food materials were beef, pork, lamb, chicken, duck, peasant meat, dock's egg, fish, shellfishes, mollusca, curstacea, seaweeds, vegetables, fruits, beancurds, muk (a starch jelly), d'ock, muchrooms, etc. Seasonings were soysauce, pepper, sesame oil, ginger, green-onion, garlic, bean paste, ginger powder, red pepper powder, red pepper paste, salts, vinegar, honey, sesame power, etc.

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Study on Analysis of manufacturing technique and Materials used for Lacquerware artifacts with focus on Joseon Dynasty Records, Uigwe (조선왕실 의궤를 통해 본 옻칠 공예품 제작 방법 및 사용 재료 연구)

  • Kim, Jin Ok
    • 보존과학연구
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    • pp.53-60
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    • 2011
  • The aim of this study is to investigate the traditional manufacturing technique of lacquering by comparing and analyzing materials used for wooden lacquerware artifacts with focus on the Joseon dynasty Eugye, and to apply the manufacturing technique to the conservation treatment of the lacquerware. artifacts. This study conducted the documentary survey focusing on "Yongjo Jeongsun Queen Consort Garye Dogam Eugye",and "Jeongjo Gukjang Dogam Eugye." The royal lacquering is roughly classified into three categories-scarlet lacquering, quality black lacquering, and terra rosa lacquering- according to materials used for lacquerware. The bean flour was mostly used for under lacquering of the articles which was offered to the king and in case of other articles, bean flour was used mixed with bone ashes. In some cases, burned pine soot was added to under lacquering. Japanese scarlet lacquering was applied by mixing maechil-main coat, in inverted commas- with Japenese scarlet after lacquering jeonchil-base coat, in inverted commas-. In case of Chinese scarlet lacquering, part of terra rosa was used mixed with red clay. For quality black lacquering, basically jeonchil and maechil were used, but sometimes part of burned pine soot was added. In addition, terra rosa lacquering was applied by basically using terra rosa mixed with red clay. Lastly, gloss was given by using perilla oil. It is expected that the traditional materials and technique examined through both documentary and relic research will contribute to advanced result of the conservation treatment of wooden lacqueringware artifacts.

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A Method for Establishing Chronology of Cloud Patterns Based on the Cover Patterns of Oegyujanggak Uigwe Books in the Late Joseon Period (외규장각 의궤 책의 문양을 통한 운보문 편년 설정 방법)

  • Lee, Eunjoo
    • MUNHWAJAE Korean Journal of Cultural Heritage Studies
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    • v.52 no.4
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    • pp.18-37
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    • 2019
  • This study derived a method for establishing the chronology of cloud patterns by examining the arrangement of the treasure motifs in the cloud pattern used in the relevant pattern-decorated book covers of 89 Oegyujanggak Uigwe books, which are currently housed in the National Museum of Korea. The cloud pattern with a treasure motif was used in the covers of a total of 89 books from King Hyojong Gukjangdogam Uigwe (1659) to Sadoseja Garyedogam Uigwe (1744), spanning 86 years. First, to analyze the cloud pattern, it should be broken down into smaller parts to the extent that the different shapes of treasure motifs can be recognized. Secondly, the method of decoding the pattern is as follows: First, check whether the pattern is arranged in one or two directions from the vertex of the cloud's head, and determine the direction of the cloud tail. Then, decode the treasure motif's arrangement starting from the vertex of the cloud's head toward the direction the tail of manja is headed. Record the findings of this decoding process by categorizing them. Thirdly, as a result of the analysis, a total of 28 types of cloud patterns with treasure motifs were identified in 89 books. There were 45 types of treasure motifs used in such patterns. Finally, we have concluded that applying the method of decoding the treasure motif in the cloud pattern to portraits, excavated costumes, and various relics can be useful to establish the chronology of cloud patterns in the late Joseon period. The method suggested in this study is called 'The Reading Method of Chronology in Cloud Pattern with Treasure Motifs' (also 'Jeung-ha Cloud Pattern Reading Method').

A Literature Review on the Hwayangjeok in the Royal Cuisine of Joseon Dynasty (조선왕조 궁중음식(宮中飮食) 중 화양적(花陽炙)의 문헌적 고찰)

  • Oh, Soonduk
    • The Journal of the Convergence on Culture Technology
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    • v.1 no.3
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    • pp.1-21
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    • 2015
  • This study examined the prevalence of the assorted vegetables with beef on skewers called Hwayangjeok recorded in 16 Joseon dynasty (1392-1909) royal palace studies. The ingredients used in Hwayangjeok during the Joseon dynasty were categorized into 35.2% Hwangjeok(黃炙) & Jabjeok(雜炙), 16.7% Hwangjeokhwayangjeok(黃炙花陽炙), each 11.1% Saengboghwayangjeok(生鰒花陽炙) & Lagjehwayangjeok(絡蹄花陽炙), 9.3% Eohwayangjeok(魚花陽炙), 5.6% Donggwahwayangjeok(冬苽花陽炙), each 3.7% Cheonyeobhwayangjeok((千葉花陽炙) & Yanghwayangjeok1, each 1.8% Gyelan-eoeumjeok (鷄卵於音炙) & Ablanhwayangjeok(鴨卵花陽炙). Through this study, through new lighting and menu development for Hwayangjeok used as a basis for hope to contribute to the globalization of Korean food.