Shin, Kyung-Sook, 「Kwon, Sup's experiences in music and the musical environment in the 18th century」 : The purpose of this thesis is to find out Kwon, Sup's experiences in music as a member of Nhoron group in political parties in the 18th century and ...
Shin, Kyung-Sook, 「Kwon, Sup's experiences in music and the musical environment in the 18th century」 : The purpose of this thesis is to find out Kwon, Sup's experiences in music as a member of Nhoron group in political parties in the 18th century and clarify the meaning of the musical history from his experiences in music at that time. It showed that there were various classes of musical world in the 18th century through Kwon, Sup's experiences in music. that is, on the one hand, there was a new pioneering experiment in music being ahead of the times, on the other hand, the musics enjoyed by the majority of people were performed. Kwon, Sup's experience has showd the latter.
Choi, Ho-Suk, 「A Bibliographical Study about a Collection of Okso's Work」 : In this thesis, I tried to introduce two transcriptional versions(筆寫本) and one lithographic printing version(石印本) of a collection of Okso(玉所) Kwon, Seop(權燮, 1671～1759)'s work. And also I researched the relation of those versions.
Hong, Seong-uk, 「The Study on the Sansuyugi of Kwon Seop」 : Kwon Seop was disillusioned about political reality through experiencing Kisahwanguk(Returning to former political system through Political strife) and he spent his life in going on a trip to see the beautiful mountains and rivers while giving up the entrance into the governmental office. For him, mountains and rivers are free spaces to be separated from the world. Mountains and rivers were just objects of exploring beauty for him but not spaces to find the morality and righteousness, pursued by people of noble birth. In order to explore the beauty of mountains and rivers, and enjoy the spiritual freedom, he travelled the whole nation at his old age in spite of persuasion of his family. He was absorbed in exploring the beauties of mountains and rivers and eventually left travel sketches called "SANSUYUGI", which are written with various forms.
Choe, Won-Seok, 「A Study on geomantic perception and practice of Okso(玉所) Gweonseop(權燮)」 : This thesis is studied on geomantic perception and practice of Okso(玉所) Gweonseop(權燮 ; 1671～1759) who was born of a intellectual confucianist family in 18th Chosun Dynasty. Through this research, I conclude that Geomancy had an partly impact on the aesthetics and literature of Okso(玉所). To research the geomantic perception and practice of Okso, I red a collection of his works, specially named 'Tombs located at Mountain(『墓山』)', and then interpreted his geomantic pictures(山圖) as well as his comments on tomb.