[관광] Sajikdaeje Memorial Rite

등록일 2002.12.04 한글 (hwp) | 2페이지 | 가격 600원

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Get off at Gyeongbokgung station(Line 3) and walk about 10 minutes from the Exit No.1(a way out to the street) until the end of the road. you can reach the Sajikgongwon park. When you get into the main door of the park, you can see twofold stone walls which is besieged in square. In the walls there is the Sajikdan. Because of the Seoul Sajikdan which was designated for historic remains No.121, the park was named Sajikgongwon. The Sajikdan was a sacred place for holding an ancestrial rites at Joseon Dynasty period. In this place a special ritual(Sajikdaeje) was held once a year. The meaning of the Sajikdaeje is performing an sacrificial rite by Sajikdan. Explain in detail, 'Sa' and 'jik' of 'Sajikdaeje' mean the gods of earth and harvest, respectively. The religious service for the two gods, called Sajikdaeje, was performed to pray for the peace and good harvest of the nation.
The Rite, dating back to the Three Kingdoms Period, was renewed and expanded during the Goryeo and the Joseon Dynasties. The Sajikdan Altar was restored to the original state in 1988 from the ruins since the Japanese occupation. and it was designated the major intangible cultural asset No.111 by the government.
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