Song Ik-pil

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Song.
Song Ik-pil
Revised Romanization Song Ik-pil
McCune–Reischauer Song Ik-phil
Pen name
Hangul 구봉, 현승
Hanja ,
Revised Romanization Goobong, Hyunseung
McCune–Reischauer Gubong, Hyunseung
Courtesy name
Hangul 운장
Revised Romanization Wunjang
McCune–Reischauer Woonjang
Posthumous name
Hangul 문경
Revised Romanization Mungyung
McCune–Reischauer Moonkyung

Song Ik-pil (February 10, 1534 - August 8, 1599) was a politician and Neo-Confucian scholar and educator.[1][2] His pennames were Gubong (구봉, 龜峰) and Hyunseung (현승, 玄繩). A courtesy name was Woonjang (운장, 雲長). Song was best friends of Yi I, Seong Hon and Jeong Cheol and taught Kim Jang-saeng.


  • Gubongjip (구봉집, 龜峰集)
  • Hyunseungjip (현승집, 玄繩集)
  • Garyejooseol (가례주설, 家禮註說)
  • Hyunseungpyun (현승편, 玄繩編)

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  1. ^ Song Ik-pil
  2. ^ Song Ik-pil