S-Space Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies (규장각한국학연구원) Korean Culture (한국문화) Korean Culture (한국문화) vol.77/80(2017)
조선시대 산릉제사의 정비가 왕실원찰의 건축계획에 미친 영향
The Space of the Royal Buddhist temple under the influence of The Royal ancestral rites adjustment
- Issue Date
- 서울대학교 규장각한국학연구원
- 한국문화, Vol.80, pp. 261-277
- Temple guarding the Royal Tombs; 능침사; Temple supporting the Royal Tombs; 조포사; ancestral rites of royal tomb; 산릉제사; Buddhism ancestral rites; 기신재; T-shaped building; 정자각
- The adjustment of the Royal ancestral rites in Joseon Dynasty had influenced on the system of the temples for guarding the Royal Tomb.
The guarding temple had to be changed after the official authorization of memorial service at the Royal Tomb as a tradition. Namely, the type of Royal Buddhist temple had affected by reduction and abolition of the Buddhist Royal Ancestral Rites.
The main role in Royal ritual ceremony by the guarding temple had phrased out in the early period of Joseon and it replaced to the ritual space in the Royal Tomb called Jaesil operated by the dispatched officers.
The system of the Royal ancestral rites had changed from the Buddhist management to the direct governmental management and the Royal Buddhist temple had a tendency to get a prefer architectural space without national regulation.
The changed relationship between the Royal household and the Buddhist society into informality than before made the governmental support become unofficial and the architectural restriction become discharged.
As it had got out of the official control in ceremony, it was possible to manage its own characteristic space and it had acquired the active space out of restriction.