Jeong Gu

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Jeong.
Jeong Gu
Hangul 정구
Hanja
Revised Romanization Jung gu
McCune–Reischauer Jeong gu
Pen name
Hangul 한강 or 회연야인
Hanja ,
Revised Romanization Hangang, Hoiyunyain
McCune–Reischauer Hangang, Hoiyunyain
Courtesy name
Hangul 도가, 가보
Hanja ,
Revised Romanization Doga, Gabo
McCune–Reischauer Dogah, Gabo
Posthumous name
Hangul 문목
Hanja
Revised Romanization Munmog
McCune–Reischauer Moonmok

Jeong Gu(korean:정구, hanja:鄭逑, 1543–1620) was Korean philosopher, politician, historian and writer, Confucian scholars of the Joseon Dynastys. learn from Yi Hwang[1] and Cho Shik.[2] a key figure of the Neo-Confucian literati, he established the Yeongnam School and set up the Baikmaewon(백매원, 百梅園[3]), a private Confucian academy. his nickname was Hangang(한강, 寒岡)·Hoiyunyain(회연야인, 檜淵野人), courtesy name was Dogah(도가, 道可), Gabo(가보, 可父).

he was korean Confucian scholars and Ideological successor of Yi Hwang and Cho Shik, moral support of South Man Party(남인, 南人) and North Man Party(북인, 北人)s. his master of Heo Mok and Yun Hyu, Yun Seondo, there's Yesong ontroversy(예송논쟁) then polemic of South Man Party's.

work book[edit]

  • HangangMunjip(한강문집 寒岡文集)
  • Taegeukmunbyun(태극문변 太極問辨)
  • GAryejipramboju(가례집람보주 家禮輯覽補註)
  • Ohseonsaengyeseolbunryu(오선생예설분류 五先生禮說分類)
  • Gangjangrok(갱장록 羹墻錄)
  • Shimgyungbalhwe(심경발휘 心經發揮)
  • Shimuijejobup(심의제조법 深衣製造法)
  • Yefisangryubunryu(예기상례분류 禮記喪禮分類)
  • Ohbokyunhyukdo(오복연혁도 五福沿革圖)
  • Toegyesanjeryemundab(퇴계상제례문답 退溪喪祭禮問答)
  • Gaejeongjujaseojeolyochongmok(개정주자서절요총목 改定朱子書節要總目)
  • SEonghyunpung(성현풍 聖賢風)
  • SEonghyunpungBeom(성현풍범 聖賢風範)
  • Susaeuninrock(수사언인록 洙泗言仁錄)
  • Yumjangarngjangrock(염락갱장록 濂洛羹墻錄)
  • Gwanui(관의 冠儀)
  • Honui(혼의 婚儀)
  • Jangui(장의 葬儀)
  • Gyeui(계의 稧儀)
  • Yukdaeginyon(역대기년 歷代紀年)
  • Gogeumchungmo(고금충모 古今忠謨)
  • Chiranjeyo(치란제요 治亂提要)
  • wharyongji(와룡지 臥龍誌)
  • Uianjipbang(의안집방 醫眼集方)
  • Gwangsasoljip(광사속집 廣嗣續集)
  • Changshanji(창산지 昌山誌)
  • Dongbokji(동복지 同福志)
  • Kwandongji(관동지 關東志)
  • Younggaji(영가지 永嘉志)
  • Pyungyangji(평양지 平壤志)
  • Hamjuji(함주지 咸州志)
  • Jujashibunryu(주자시분류 朱子詩分類)
  • Ghogeumhoisu(고금회수 古今會粹)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ learned 1563~1573
  2. ^ learned 1566~1573
  3. ^ Jeong gu

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