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A Genealogy of DissentThe Progeny of Fallen Royals in Chosŏn Korea$
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Eugene Y. Park

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9781503602083

Published to Stanford Scholarship Online: May 2019

DOI: 10.11126/stanford/9781503602083.001.0001

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Renewed Attention to the Koryŏ Legacies, 1724–1864

Renewed Attention to the Koryŏ Legacies, 1724–1864

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(p.109) Chapter 4 Renewed Attention to the Koryŏ Legacies, 1724–1864
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A Genealogy of Dissent
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Eugene Y. Park

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Stanford University Press
DOI:10.11126/stanford/9781503602083.003.0005

In late Chosŏn when most Kaesŏng Wangs were detached from officialdom, the throne repeatedly articulated its desire to better honor the legacies of Koryŏ, human and material. Chapter 4 highlights how the court took stock of the state of Koryŏ royal tombs, other physical remains of Koryŏ, and the Kaesŏng Wang themselves—all while the position of ritual heir devolved to essentially that of Sungŭijŏn superintendent. As the late-Chosŏn elite as a whole became increasingly removed from officialdom and based their aristocratic status solely on descent, the Kaesŏng Wang published their first-ever comprehensive genealogy in 1798.

Keywords:   Chosŏn, Yŏngjo, Chŏngjo, Kaesŏng, genealogy, Koryŏ, lineage, descent, shrine, royal lecture

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