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|Hanja||李 秀 亨|
|Revised Romanization||I Suhyeong|
|Hanja||桃 村, 拱 北 軒|
|Revised Romanization||Dochon, Gongbukheon|
Yi Suhyeong(1435–1528) was a Korean Joseon Dynasty's politician and Confucian scholar, writer, and poet. His pen-names were Dochon and Gongbukheon. After Sejo of Joseon usurped the throne and the loss of his nephew, he left politics and secluded himself away from society.
He studied at Kim Dam's school, and later married one of his teacher Kim Dam's eldest daughters. In 1450, he held an ancestral government position at 17 years old. He was succeeded by sungyorang(선교랑), junsaengseoryung(전생서령), Busajik(부사직).
In 1457, after Danjong's assassination, he mourned for 3 years for his nephew. Missing his nephew, as he had since Danjong's death, he cut himself off completely from all human contact, for the next 70 years.
- Dochonsunsaengsilgi(도촌선생실기, 桃村先生實紀)
- Gwaedangangwangrok(괴단감광록, 槐壇曠感錄)
- Yi Suhyeong:Korean historical persons information
- [이정웅의 노거수와 사람들] 단종 향한 일편단심…세인 관심 끌어 (Korean)
- 宣城 金氏 撫松軒 金淡 (선성 김씨 무송헌 김담) (Korean)
- 400살 ‘시조木’ 두 그루 여전히 성성, 경북 봉화 띠띠미 마을 (Korean)
- Yi Ga-won, Yijomyunginyuljeon(이조명인열전), Eulyumunhwasa, 1965