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- 서울대학교 규장각한국학연구원
- 奎章閣, Vol.31, pp. 121-152
- This study is about aspects and changes of Royal education in Chosun dynasty by researching Hyunjong(顯宗) Gangseowon(講書院) Journal (Gyu 12830) and Crown Prince Hyunjong(顯宗)’s Journal (Gyu 12829). Hyunjong Gangseowon Journal is the first records for workings of Gangseowon(講書院) that is an educational institute for the eldest son of the Crown Prince. Crown Prince Hyunjong’s Journal is the journal of Hyunjong from his years as the crown prince, the most important matter in this journal is Seoyon(書筵) which means daily education for the Crown Prince’s. While Crown Prince’s Journal[東宮日記] recorded workings of Sigangwon(侍講院) that is an educational institute for the Crown Prince from early 17th century, this journal mentioned changes of Seoyon in the middle period of 17th century; The way of lecture was determined as a king Hyojong’s doctrine in bissextile June. But this way was different from SigangwonJee(侍講院志) which definded the regulations and the duties of Sigangwon staffs in the end of 18th century. Therfore more discuss had been accomplished, and the way of lecture was changed; Sanlim(山林) who were scholars out of office entered the political world in this period, and took part in seoyon to guide crown prince into right king. Crown Prince Hyunjong accorded them hospitable treatment, received their opinions.
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- Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies (규장각한국학연구원)규장각규장각 (奎章閣) vol.31 (2007)