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Symbolism of Ritual Arrangement Research
Lee, Chulyoung; Kim, Eunji; Pak, Sangmi; Jeong, Gyeoun; Kim, Jeong-Lae;
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 Abstract
There has been many researchs about "朱子家禮" providing the basic mannerism in Josun Dynasty era and influencing rituals to communicate ancestors. However, the arrangement of ritual has not been researched and understood as formality. In this study, the Yin, Yang and the five element theory was researched in the perspective of understanding in the universe order and ancient astronomy that provided the academic basic and idea in the era to understand the arrangement of the ritual, and based on this, the arrangement in "朱子家禮" was analysed. As a result, it was confirmed that the arrangement in ritual was made by the structure of symbol of Yin, Yang and five elements, which is the logic of order in universe people understood at that time. Through this, by understanding the meaning of the arrangement in ritual, the ritual culture would be properly understood and passed to next generation despite of changes in culture.
 Keywords
Ancestral ritual arrangements;Yin-yang;astronomy;symbolism of table arrangement;ancestral worship;
 Language
Korean
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