Yi Che-hyŏn

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Yi Che-hyŏn (Korean이제현; Hanja李齊賢; 28 January 1288 – 24 August 1367[a]) of the Gyeongju Yi clan, was a Goryeo politician, Neo-Confucian scholar, philosopher, writer and poet. He was the follower and disciple of Paek I-jŏng [ko], and the father of Royal Consort Hye-bi, consort of King Gongmin.

Yi Che-hyŏn
Portrait of Yi Che-hyŏn
Korean name
Hangul
이제현
Hanja
李齊賢
Revised RomanizationI Jehyeon
McCune–ReischauerYi Chehyŏn
Art name
Hangul
익재, 역옹, 실재
Hanja
益齋, 櫟翁, 實齋
Revised RomanizationIkjae, Yeogong, Siljae
McCune–ReischauerIkch'ae, Yŏkong, Silch'ae
Courtesy name
Hangul
지공
Hanja
之公
Revised RomanizationJigong
McCune–ReischauerCh'ikong
Posthumous name
Hangul
문충
Hanja
文忠
Revised RomanizationMunchung
McCune–ReischauerMunch'ung

Works

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Books

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  • Ikjaenango, 익재난고》 : the 17 poems of Goryeo songs were translated and published in Korean, they are a valuable resource for the study of Goryeo songs today.
  • Ikjaejip, 익재집》
  • Yeokongpaeseol, 역옹패설》
  • Hyohaengrok, 효행록》
  • Guksa, 국사, 國史》: incomplete relic
  • Ungeumrugi, 운금루기》

Arts

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Gimadogangdo (기마도강도; 騎馬渡江圖; Gimadogangdo; Kimatokangto, lit.'Horse riding across the river')[1][2]

Legacy

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  • 《Portrait of Yi Jehyeon, 이제현 초상》 – National Treasure No. 110[3] and Chungcheongbuk-do Cultural Heritage No. 72[4]
  • 《Gangjingugoksasojangikjaeyijehyeonsanggwabaeksayihangboksang, 강진구곡사소장익재이제현상과백사이항복상》– Jeollanam-do Cultural Heritage No. 189[5][6]
  • 《Gasansasojangikjaeyeongjeong, 가산사소장익재영정》– Jeollanam-do Cultural Heritage No. 164[7][8]
  • 《Ikjaeyeongjeong, 익재영정》 – Gyeongsangbuk-do Cultural Heritage No. 90[9][10]

Family

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  • Father
    • Yi Chin (이진; 李瑱; 1244–1321)
  • Mother
    • Grand Lady Park of the Jinhan State (진한국대부인)
  • Siblings
    • Older brother - Yi Kwan (이관; 李琯)
    • Younger brother - Yi Chi-jŏng (이지정; 李之正)
  • Wives and their issue(s):
    • Lady Kwon of Gilchang State (길창국부인 권씨; 1288–1332); daughter of Kwon Pu (권부; 權溥)
      • Son - Yi Sŏ-jong (이서종; 李瑞種)
      • Son - Yi Tal-jon (이달존; 李達尊; 1313 – 24 July 1340)
      • Unnamed son; died young
      • Daughter - Lady Yi of the Gyeongju Yi clan (경주 이씨; 慶州 李氏)
      • Daughter - Lady Yi of the Gyeongju Yi clan (경주 이씨; 慶州 李氏)
      • Daughter - Princess Uihwa, Lady Yi of the Gyeongju Yi clan (의화택주 경주 이씨; 義和宅主 慶州 李氏)
      • Daughter - Lady Yi of the Gyeongju Yi clan (경주 이씨; 慶州 李氏); died young
    • Lady Suchun of the Park clan (수춘국부인 박씨; 壽春國夫人 朴氏); daughter of Park Geo-sil (박거실; 朴居實)
    • Princess Consort Seowon of the Seo clan (서원군부인 서씨; 瑞原郡夫人 徐氏); daughter of Seo Jung-rin (서중린; 徐仲麟)
      • Daughter - Lady Yi of the Gyeongju Yi clan (경주 이씨; 慶州 李氏)
      • Daughter - Lady Yi of the Gyeongju Yi clan (경주 이씨; 慶州 李氏)
    • Unnamed concubine
      • Daughter - Lady Yi of the Gyeongju Yi clan (경주 이씨; 慶州 李氏)
      • Daughter - Lady Yi of the Gyeongju Yi clan (경주 이씨; 慶州 李氏)
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Notes

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  1. ^ In the Korean calendar (lunar), he was born on 24 December 1287 and died on 29 July 1367

References

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  1. ^ "기마도강도(騎馬渡江圖)". Encyclopedia of Korean Culture (in Korean). Retrieved July 1, 2021.
  2. ^ "소장품 검색". National Museum of Korea (in Korean). Retrieved July 1, 2021.
  3. ^ "[문화재순례] 국보 제110호 이제현 초상". Yeongnam News (in Korean). 20 November 2012. Retrieved July 1, 2021.
  4. ^ "충청북도 유형문화재 이제현 초상 (李齊賢 肖像)". www.heritage.go kr (in Korean). Retrieved July 1, 2021.
  5. ^ "강진구곡사소장익재이제현상과 백사이항복상". 강진군청 (in Korean). Retrieved 2024-03-28.
  6. ^ "전라남도 유형문화재 강진구곡사소장익재이제현상과백사이항복상". m.cha.go.kr (in Korean). Retrieved 2024-03-28.
  7. ^ "고택, 사당, 서원의 도난문화재 7,900여 점 회수". Yonhap News Agency (in Korean). 7 September 2010. Retrieved July 1, 2021.
  8. ^ "가산서원(佳山書院)". Seowon Federation (in Korean). Retrieved July 1, 2021.
  9. ^ "익재 영정". Korean Local Culture Exhibition (in Korean). Retrieved July 1, 2021.
  10. ^ "경주이씨 익재공파 보은 장산문중 "익재영정" 기탁". Cultural Properties Network TV (in Korean). 26 November 2010. Retrieved July 1, 2021.
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