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  • P-ISSN0023-3900
  • E-ISSN2733-9343

Politics of Royal Rituals and Banchado Illustrations of Uigw in the Late Joseon

Korea Journal, (P)0023-3900; (E)2733-9343
2008, v.48 no.2, pp.73-110
https://doi.org/10.25024/kj.2008.48.2.73

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Abstract

Banchado were painted only for processions by the king or royal household that took place as part of royal rituals. Processions represent the moment when royal rituals are directly exposed to the ruled, as the rulers emerge from a closed space. State ceremonies of the Joseon dynasty constituted a highly-developed polit-ical mechanism designed to have the population naturally accommodate the legitimacy of state rule. Changes in banchado illustrations reflect the reality of the late Joseon dynasty that called for changes in achieving the eventual goal of justifying the royal authority. In state ceremonies held in the eighteenth century, the monarch intended not to remain a secluded head priest but to become a magnificent mastermind reorganizing state ceremonies and meeting his people in person. The royal processions aimed at reinforcing royal authority during this period was fully reflected in banchado. In the eighteenth century, the royal household was closed up considerably through attempts to strengthen monarchic authority, the phenomenon of which was sustained in the nineteenth century.

keywords
uigwe banchado royal protocol royal procession royal authority

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