조선 전기 對明使臣의 북경 관광" 탄생과 외교적 의미 : The birth of Beijing tourism for Joseon envoy and its diplomatic meaning in the early Joseon Dynasty

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서울대학교 규장각한국학연구원
한국문화, Vol.88, pp. 37-61
조선관광사행門禁국자감萬曆 大明會典Joseon DynastyMing Dynastytourismenvoyentry controlTemple of Confucius國子監/孔廟Law books of Ming Dynasty大明會典
The culture naturally moves as people come and go all the time. During the Joseon Dynasty, exchanges with foreign countries were restricted, so it was all the more meaningful to see the culture of other countries. During the Joseon Dynasty, the only people who could officially travel to and from China were the envoy.
Since envoy during the Joseon Dynasty was the only chance to actually see and feel Ming China, it is necessary to take a broad look at the meaning of the envoy from the diplomatic perspective to the cultural perspective.
This study took note of the Beijing tourism of the envoys of Joseon, moving away from the inertia of the existing study of envoy"s.
When foreign envoys arrive in Beijing, they are not allowed to leave the Hoidongkwan(會同館) without notice except for an official schedule. By the way, the Ming Dynasty only officially allowed Joseon envoys to tour. In Beijing, where foreign movements were not free, it was very symbolic for envoys to tour.
This study analyzed the process of officialization of tours to Beijing by Joseon envoys. And the study identified the personality of diplomatic relations between Joseon and Ming in East Asia from a tourism perspective.
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