일본 東洋文庫 소장 『燕巖集』에 대한 고찰
A Study on Yconsbmjip Housed in Toyo Bunko, Japan

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서울대학교 규장각한국학연구원
한국문화, Vol.51, pp. 321-347
Park Ji-wonYeonshmjipYeolhailgiToyo Bunkooriginal copy박지원연암집열화일기동양문고정본
Yeonahmjib(燕巖集) is a collection of writings by Yeonahm Park Ji-rwon

(1737-1805), a renowned author of the late Joseon period. Yeonshmjib was

posthumously compiled and edited by Park's son, Park Jongvchae, and different

versions of manuscripts are available in and out of Korea. Among these, the

Yeonahmjib housed in Japan's Toyo Bunko(東洋文庫, hereinafter referred to as "the

Toyo Bunko manuscript") has been held in high regard as the closest manuscript to

the original among existing manuscripts. Some researchers even claimed that

Yeolhailgi(熱河日記) included in the Toyo Bunko manuscript was actually the original


However, I do not fully agree with such views. In other words, while I

acknowledge the fact that the Toyo Bunko manuscript is an excellent text that is

close to the original, I do not see it as the original of either Yeonshmjip or

Yeolhailgi I attempted to demonstrate this point by conducting a full-fledged study

on the Toyo Bunko manuscript. My study found that the Toyo Bunko manuscript is

actually another manuscript whose content was significantly modified from the

original version of Yeonahmjip compiled by Park Jong-chae, with intervention by

some other individuals afterwards, possibly Park Gyu-su, Park Jongr chae's son.

Comparison of the Toyo Bunko manuscript with the Yeonshmjip owned by

Yeongnam University revealed that the latter is a manuscript that modified and

supplemented the former. Therefore, my conclusion is that the Toyo Bunko

manuscript is neither the final manuscript nor the original.
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