|Revised Romanization||Seong Hon|
|Revised Romanization||Ugye, Mugam|
Seong Hon (1535 – 1598) was a Neo-Confucian scholar, politician, and educator of Korea's Joseon Dynasty. He was a close friend of the scholar Yi I (Yulgok) and an older contemporary of Yi Hwang (Toegye), leader of the country's "western faction" (seoin 서인, 西人) of the period.
Seong Hon is often referred to by his stylized name of Ugye ("bull valley") and Mugam ("black stone"). He gained eminence not only as a scholar but as a revered politician and reformer, attaining the position of Fourth State Councillor/Vice Prime Minister (Jwachanseong 左贊成) in the Joseon State Council (uijeongbu).
- "Ugye jip" (우계집, 牛溪集) (Works of Ugye)
- "Jumun jigyeol" (주문지결, 朱門旨訣)
- "Wihak jibang" (위학지방, 爲學之方)
- Daehwan, Noh. "The Eclectic Development of Neo-Confucianism and Statecraft from the 18th to the 19th Century," Korea Journal. Winter 2003.
- (in Korean) Seong Hon at Doosan Encyclopedia
- Seong Hon:naver (in Korean)
- Seong Hon (in Korean)
- seong hon (in Korean)
- Korean philosophy: Information from Answers (in Korean)
- The Study on Moral Philosophy the Theory of Body and Mind Training of Gubong Song Ik-pil (in Korean)
- Ugye Sung Hon`s viewpoint on the "Four-Seven" theory and the Eclectic School of the later Chosun (in Korean)
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