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朝鮮時代 國王胎峰의 風水的 特性 硏究
A study for Feng-Shui characteristics of Taebong of King in the Joseon Dynasty

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Authors
박대윤
Issue Date
2013-09
Publisher
서울대학교 규장각한국학연구원
Citation
한국문화, Vol.59, pp. 227-259
Keywords
풍수태봉태실조선돌혈국왕태봉조선왕Feng-ShuiplacentaTaebongTaesilJoseonDol HoleTaebong of KingKing of the Joseon
Description
이 논문은 필자의 박사학위논문을 기반으로 하여 수정, 보완한 것임.
Abstract
This study was intended for analyzing Feng-Shui characteristics of Taebong (胎峰: mountaintop where placenta is buried) of King in the Joseon Dynasty through objective and improved data from a perspective of the location of Taebong. As a result, the results of this study showed that all 22 Taebongs had Dol Hole(shape of risen hole) in common, and that they had changed to mountain (mountainous area) Dol Hole in the early Joseon Dynasty and had changed to plain (open field) Dol Hole in the late Joseon Dynasty. In addition, Taebong of King was placed at the 1st grade mountaintop where placenta is buried, which is well equipped with Yongse (龍勢: capacity of mountains), Gukse (局勢: the place is surrounded by forward, back, left, and right mountain), Suse (水勢: capacity of water and appearance to embrace), and Hyeoljangse (穴場勢: capacity of stable space: place where vitality gathers).

In particular, this study was conducted to analyze the concrete Feung-Shui characteristics of Taebong, which is in between Yang Tak (a housing site of living people) and Rum Tak (grave), For the reason, it is meaningful in the respect that the study revealed the implicit value of Taebong Feung-Shui and laid the academic foundation for the analysis on location in order to offer the framework of study on Taisil.
ISSN
1226-8356
Language
Korean
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/84159
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