JOURNAL BROWSE
Search
Advanced SearchSearch Tips
A Study on the life space of UNJORU through the testimony of residents
facebook(new window)  Pirnt(new window) E-mail(new window) Excel Download
 Title & Authors
A Study on the life space of UNJORU through the testimony of residents
Kim, Byoung-Jin;
  PDF(new window)
 Abstract
This study examines ways of housing usage and aspects of resident's life based on the representative traditional house "UNJORU" as time passed. In other words, it explains how the traditional life has changed. these days compared to late Joseon dynasty. It also explains how the meaning of the place changed by life style change and the aspect have changed in women's perspective. This is for restoring the time period that the life dairy was recorded later time period. We can trust Mrs. Lee who is the eldest resident of them at the present in UNJORU. The method of study proceeded by interview format. It is classified a meal place and a folk-beliefs the daily life the funeral rites non-daily life, such as in this process, was conducted to understand the consciousness and life form at the time of residents. As a result, Ryu's family life style has preferred a more modern life style than traditional life style by time as well as society changes. Through this research, It was possible to analyze how the external formality of traditional house has kept but internal formality has changed over time.
 Keywords
UNJORU;Gurye Ryu's;Traditional House;Life Space;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
 References
1.
Choi, M. B. (1997). A Study on the Unjoru Garden of Gurye. Journal of the Korean Institute of Traditional Landscape Architecture, 15(2), 147-154.

2.
Choi, S. Y., Kim, K. H., & Hong, D. H. (2001). A Study on the Spatial Organization of Unjoru showed in The Family hereditary Drawing. Oh-Mi -Dong-Ga-Do. Journal of the Architectural Institute of Korean, 17(11), 133-141.

3.
Cultural Heritage Administration (2007). Gurye-Unjoru, Important Folklore Material No. 8, Korean traditional houses. DaeJeon: Cultural Heritage Administration.

4.
Jung, C. Y. (2004). Activity Space of Yangban Landlords during the Colonial Era: Based on the Kieo written by Ryu Hyeong-eop. Journal of The Korean Geographical Society, 39(6), 922-932.

5.
Jang, S. J. (2014). The Architectural Characteristics of Unjoru House in Gurye. Journal of the Korean Housing Association, 25(5), 83-91.

6.
Kang, I. H. (2000). The dietary life history of korea. Seoul: Sanyoung Press.

7.
Kim, B. J., & Nishigaki. Y. (2012). A Study on the place of dwelling seen from Boards, Family Successions and Religious Rites of "UNJORU" in the Joseon Dynasty: Topological theory of place on dwelling (Part 1). Journal of the Architectural Institute of Japan, 77(675), 1223-1229.

8.
Kim, B. J. (2013). A Study on the Place of Dwelling Observed from Retirement of "UNJORU" in the Joseon Dynasty: Topological theory of place on dwelling (Part 2). Journal of the Architectural Institute of Japan, 78(691), 2047-2053.

9.
Kim, B. J. (2014). A Study on the Place of Dwelling Observed from Funeral Rites of "UNJORU" in the Joseon Dynasty: Topological theory of place on dwelling (Part 3). Journal of the Architectural Institute of Japan, 79(703), 2085-2091.

10.
Kim, B. J. (2014). A Study on the Topological theory of place through Living diary: Based on the "UNJORU" in Joseon Dynasty. Unpublished Doctor's thesis, University of Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan.

11.
Kim, S. D. (2012). The Cultural Identity of Funeral Rites of Korea. Seoul: Minsokwon Press.

12.
Kim, W. J. (2008). A study on the foundation and change of Gurye-Unjoru. Journal of Architectural History Association of Korean, 17(4), 181-195.

13.
Kim, J. K., & Jang, J. K. (1968). Gurye-Unjoru. Folk materials Survey Report. Vol.8. Education ministries Press.

14.
Korea University (1995). Daily Life, The Clothing, Food and Housing Life. No. 2. Research Institute of Korean Studies. Seoul: Korea Univ., Press.

15.
Korea University (1995). Korean Folks, Religion. No. 3. Research Institute of Korean Studies. Seoul: Korea Univ., Press.

16.
Korea Rural Economic Institute (1991). Life Diary of Gurye Ryu's. Part 1, Part 2. Chonnam: Korea Rural Economic Institute.

17.
Lee, J. H. A translator Lee, I. S. (2005). Taekrisi. Seoul: Eulyoo Munhwa Press.

18.
Lee, H. J. (1996). The State of the Rural Society as Described in the Daily Diaries during the Late Choson and the Japanese Annexation. The Academy of Korean Studies, 19(4), 99-117.

19.
Murayama, J. A translator Choi, G. S. (1990). feng shui of the Joseon Dynasty. Seoul: Mineum Press.

20.
National Folklore Museum of Korea (1988). Relics of Gurye-Unjoru (The National Folklore Museum of Korea Research Reports No. 4). KwangJu: Samhwa Munhwa Press.

21.
Park, I. S. (1994). A historiography on the construction of Unjoru in Gurye. Journal of Architectural History Association of Korean, 3(2), 203-214.

22.
Park, I. S. (1998). A Study on the History of House in Gurye: Mainiy the literature related to establishment and changes of the space. Journal of the Architectural Institute of Korean, 14(2), 195-208.

23.
Shin, S. S. (1999). A Study on the Trend of Construct Thought in the Gurye Unjoru: Traditional Private Upper Classed House. Journal of the Korean Institute of Traditional Landscape Architecture, 17(2), 69-78.

24.
The Academy of Korean Studies (2000). Gurye Culture Life dairy of Ryu's. Database of korean No. 18, Gyeonggido: The Academy of Korean Studies.

25.
The Academy of Korean Studie (1998). Ancient Documents of Korea No. 37 and 38. Gyeonggi-do: The Academy of Korean Studies.

26.
Yang, S. H. (2010). Funeral Rites of Korea. Seoul: Hangil Press.

27.
Zhu, X. A translator Im, M. H. (1999). Confucian Ritualism. Seoul: Yemoonseowon Press.