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ㆍ발행기관 : 한국한문교육학회ㆍ수록지정보 : 한문교육연구 / 14권 ㆍ저자명 : 김동석
This is a report on 「Ho Jil」 in 『Yul Ha Il Gih』. In this story, there are three main characters. They are a ghost of a tiger, a tiger, and a confucian scholar named Buk Gwak. The arguments said among the characters is the main theme of this story. The author of this story. Park Ji Won. had taken the original story from China and had made some changes to it and put in his point of view. 「 Ho Jil」had much influence from the story 「Ui Sahn Mun Dab」 written by Hong Deh Yong. For example, in the conversation between the tiger and the tiger ghost, the tiger ghost claimed that the five elements were created by one another and that they could destroy each other. Another thing that he said was that the six natural forces existed. But the tiger insisted that this was false. He proved this by saying that the earth is round and that it revolves around the sun while it turns itself. And because in 「Ui Sahn Mun Dab」, it proved that the five elements couldn`t be created by each other because fire symbolizes the sun and the water and sand represent the earth. And because of these two, metal and the wood were able to exist. The tiger taught the confucian scholar that in the beginning, humans and everything else on this earth were equal. This is also found in 「Ui Sahn Mun Dab」. But as time passed, humans were not able to live equally with nature. This was when the humans were split into male and female. As these two interacted, more sources were needed to replace the energy lost. So soon they felt thirst and hunger, and became cold. This caused them to eat the grass and drink water from the earth, and used branches to make huts for shelter. As they ran out of water and grass, they began to hunt animals such as birds and fish. So it was hard for the animals to survive. And as the humans started to make better shelters, the metals and woods were getting used up. Through the tiger, the contents of 「Ui Sahn Mun Dab」was personified in 「Ho Jil」. In 「Ho Jil」, the tiger accuses humans for taking advantage of nature. The sinocentrism of China was founded by the exploitation of humans. The sinocentrism symbolizes the confucian scholar named Buk Gwak. In Park Ji Won`s conclusion, he speaks of the situation among the Manchurians, the Han race, and the Chosun people. The relativity between the Chinese people and the minority races in China are shown in 「Ui Sahn Mun Dab」. This was also written in his conclusion of 「Ho Jil」. 「Ho Jil」 was written six years after he returned back to Chosun. At this time. Park Ji Won`s friend and the writer of 「Ui Sahn Mun Dab」. Hong Deh Yong passed away. Park Ji Won wrote what his friend Hong Deh Yong believed in in 「Ho Jil」.