Song Siyeol

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Song Siyeol
송시열 초상.jpg
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Song Siyeol
McCune–Reischauer Song Siyŏl
Pen name
Hangul , , , ,
Hanja , , , ,
Revised Romanization Uam, Ujae, Gyosannobu, Namgannosu, Hwayangdongju
McCune–Reischauer Uam, Ujae, Kyosannobu, Namgannosu, Hwayangdongju
Courtesy name
Hangul , ,
Hanja , ,
Revised Romanization Yeongbo, Seongroe, Seongrae
McCune–Reischauer Yŏngbo, Sŏngrae, Sŏngroe
Posthumous name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Munjeong
McCune–Reischauer Munjŏng

Song Siyeol (Korean: 송시열, Hanja: 宋時烈, 30 December 1607 - 19 July 1689), also known by his pennames Uam (우암) and Ujae (우재) or by the honorific Songja (Korean: 송자, Hanja: 宋子), was a Joseon statesman and a Neo-Confucian scholar and philosopher. Born in Okcheon, North Chungcheong, he was known for his concern with the problems of the common people. He served in governmental service for more than fifty years, and his name features over 3,000 times in the Annals of Joseon Dynasty, the greatest frequency that any individual is mentioned. He was executed by the royal court for writing an inflammatory letter to the king. There is a monument to him in his hometown. He is also known as the calligrapher who inscribed an epitaph (Chungyeolmyobi Takboncheop) in dedication of Admiral Yi Sunsin, which is preserved at the Chungryeolsa Shrine (historical site No. 236).

Works[edit]

  • Uam jip (우암집, 尤庵集)
  • Uam seonsang hujip (우암선생후집, 尤菴先生後集)
  • Uam yugo (우암유고, 尤菴遺稿)
  • Juja daejeon (주자대전잡억)
  • Songseo seubyu (송서습유, 宋書拾遺)
  • Songseo sok seubyu (송서속습유, 宋書續拾遺)
  • Juja daejeonchaui (주자대전차의, 朱子大全箚疑)
  • Jeongseobullyu (정서분류, 程書分類)
  • Juja eoryusobun (주자어류소분, 朱子語類小分)
  • Nonmaeng munuitonggo (논맹문의통고, 論孟問義通攷)
  • Simgyeong seogui (심경석의, 心經釋義)
  • Sambang chwaryo (삼방촬요, 三方撮要)
  • Songja daejeon (송자대전, 宋子大全)
  • Jangneungjimun (장릉지문, 長陵誌文)
  • Yeongneungjimun (영릉지문, 寧陵誌文)
  • Song Jungil myojimyeong (송준길묘지명)
  • Sagyeseonsaenghaengjang (사계선생행장, 沙溪先生行狀)

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