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무속, 불교, 유교를 통하여 본 식생활 문화 및 그 양식절차에 대한 연구
- 무속, 불교, 유교를 통하여 본 식생활 문화 및 그 양식절차에 대한 연구
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- Korean traditional religious culture is formed of three kind of religion. Namely Buddhism, Confucianism and Primitive Ethnic Religion. Primitive Ethnic Religion has come since Dangun established Choson long before today, at that time its faith based on Animism was grown in prosperity below the King up to people. There was a strange exorcism type leaded by witch who was believed in a god or a King. In such sociol back ground Buddhism was introduced into Koguryo and propaganded into Three Countries. Buddhism was propaganded but became a native as much as Primitive Ethnic Religion in Korea. Morality from merging, a view of ghost came and it was developed to help people have a religious service which had a ghost. Primitive Ethnic Religion also got many things from Buddhism and was grown. From the late Koryo Confucianism was gradually reigned as the most important religion. At last King Taejong of Lee dynast enforced decorum of Zuzo. Confucianism was believed as a first religion beyond Buddhism and Primitive Ethnic Religion through 500 years of Lee dynast and it's also became native. Therefore religious senses of modern people was formed of the complex one of Primitive Ethnic Religion, Buddhism and Confucianism. During the process of native, a view of the same ghost came out of Primitive Ethnic Religion, Buddism and Confucianism, in a whole sale manner, religious service was derived from their religious ceremonies. As the respect of religious ceremony a complex religious senses were more remarked Among the religious ceremonies religious service food was thought as the most important thing. Complex cultural factor in preparing service food has come with a view of same ghost and their faith, also programme of religious ceremonies based on such service food caused same issue.
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