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朝鮮前期 漢陽 禁山의 範圍와 機能에 관한 硏究
The Location and Functions of Keumsan in Seoul of the Early Choson Dynasty

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Authors
韓東煥
Issue Date
1992
Publisher
서울대학교 국토문제연구소
Citation
지리학논총, Vol.20, pp. 17-31
Keywords
禁山금산朝蘇王朝實錄조선왕조실록風水풍수禁山의 範圍금산의 범위明堂명당keumsanChoson-wangiosillokpoongsoomyeongdangboundary of Keumsan
Abstract
The Choson dynasty (A.D 1392-1910) of Korea designated much portion of Hanyang, the capital city which is nowadays called Seoul, to the Keumsan, i.e., 'forbidden mountains and hills' where any type of land utilization was strictly prohibitted. Studies have interpreted the Keumsan somewhat equivalent to the 'green belts' of the Western cities. The present study re-examines the functions of Keumsan and attempts to delineates the exact sphere of the forbidden lands. The old documents examined for the study are the Choson-wangjo-shillok (朝鮮王朝實錄, daily records of Choson dynasty's affairs), the Kyeongkuk-daejon(經國大典, the constitution of Choson dynasty), geographical records of Hanyang, and old maps as well. The major findings of the study are as follows:

The Keumsan of Hanyang was bounded on the north by Mt.Tobong and Mt.Pukhan, the south by Eetaewon, Hannamdong and Keumhodong, the west by Ahnsan and Cheongpadong, and the easst by Jongamdong and Jeongneong. However, not all of the areas within this noundary were designated to the forbidden lands. The Keumsan contained both mountain ridges and sides in the inside the Hanyang castle, but mountain ridges only in the out of the castle. The limits of the Keumsan indicate the extent of the built up areas of Hanyang in the early Chosom. The population increase in the capital city resulted in enlarging the Keumsan in the later centuries of the dynasty.
ISSN
1226-5888
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/89579
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College of Social Sciences (사회과학대학)Institute for Korean Regional Studies (국토문제연구소)지리학논총 (Journal of Geography)지리학논총 Volume 19/20 (1992)
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