바로가기 메뉴

Culture & Turism

Sinnyeong-Hyanggyo(Confucian school) Myeongryun-dang

  • Culture & Turism
  • Cultural Assets
  • Sinnyeong-Hyanggyo(Confucian school) Myeongryun-dang

Sinnyeong-Hyanggyo(Confucian school) Myeongryun-dang

Sinnyeong-Hyanggyo(Confucian school) Myeongryun-dang

It is unknown when this Hyanggyo was built but it is said to be repaired in the 6th year (1551) of King Myeongjong of Joseon Dynasty when Hwang Joon-Ryang was in the office as the governor.
Then it was situated on Myeongcheon
Later it was burnt down during Imjin-woaeran(Japanese invasion of Korean in 1592) and was rebuilt at the back side of where it is now in the 7th year (1615) of Goanghae-gun, and moved to where it is in the 12th year of King Sookjong(1686).
Myeongryun-dang was originally the lecture hall where teachings of Confucius were taught to a student of Confucianism. It was relatively big and construction structure was sound enough to add roof.
Myeongryun-dang was rebuilt in the 3rd year (1852) of King Cheoljong.
At the same time, other buildings were built.
(Buk Yeongcheon IC, Sinnyeong Elementary School, Hwanam, Sinnyeong-myeon Office, Sinnyeong Elementary School, Gunwie, Yeongcheon, Cheongtong, Wachon IC)

  • Tangible Cultural Property No. 168
  • Location : 525 Hwaseong-ri Sinnyeong-myeon Yeongcheon City
  • Period : Middle of Joseon Dynasty
  • Owner : Gyeongbuk Hyanggyo Foundation
페이지 만족도

페이지의 내용이나 사용 편의성에 만족하시나요?