ANNALS OF THE JOSEON DYNASTY PDF

In this TV drama, the male protagonist, a scholar supporting the reinstatement of the deposed Queen In-Hyun in the Joseon Dynasty time-travelled to the Seoul, and fell in love with an actress who was cast as Queen In-Hyun in a TV drama. The records of King Gojong 26th ruler and King Sunjong the 27th and final ruler are not included in the Joseon Annals because these records were prepared during the Japanese colonial period not in accordance with the strict compilation standards, and there might be distortions of the records. The Joseon Annals consist of 1, volumes and are arranged by chronological order, including the events of every single day during the year history. The annals were compiled based on daily records kept by the historiograpers and other reference materials such as records kept by the government departments. Even the king could not interfere with the recording of the historiographers — one incident was that King Taejong fell off his horse while hunting and asked the historiographer not to record this. For the time being, for those who cannot read classical Chinese and Korean, you may get a glimpse of the Joseon Annals by reading the sample English translation of the annals of King Sejong by clicking this link.

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The annals, or sillok, comprise 1, volumes and are thought to cover the longest continual period of a single dynasty in the world.

Compilation During the reign of a king, professional historiographers maintained extensive records on national affairs and the activities of the state. They collected documents and wrote daily accounts that included state affairs as well as diplomatic affairs, the economy, religion, meteorological phenomena, the arts, and daily life, among other things.

These daily accounts became the Sacho "Draft History". Great care was taken to ensure the neutrality of the historiographers, who were also officials with legal guarantees of independence. Nobody was allowed to read the Sacho, not even the king, and any historiographer who disclosed its contents or changed the content could be punished with beheading.

These strict regulations lend great credibility to these records. In Later Joseon period when there was intense conflict between different political factions, revision or rewriting of "Sillok" by rival factions took place, but they were identified as such, and the original version was preserved.

The original recorders recorded every words and acts of the king in "Sacho" although not all details were included in the final version. For instance, King Taejong fell from a horse one day and immediately told those around him not to let a recorder know about his fall. In another instance, Taejong was recorded to complain about a recorder who eavesdroped on him behind a screen and followed him to a hunt behind a disguise.

Upon the death of a king and the coronation of his successor, the Sillokcheong "Office for Annals Compilation" used the Sacho to begin compilation of his annals.

The Annals of the first three kings of the Joseon dynasty, those of Taejo r. Later annals, from the Annals of Sejong r. All but the repository in Jeonju were burned down during the Japanese invasions of Korea After the war, five more copies of the Annals were produced and stored in Chunchugwan and the mountain repositories of Myohyang-san, Taebaeksan, Odaesan, and Mani-san.

The Chunchugwan copy was lost in , due to the treason of Yi Gwal. Part of the Mani-san copy was lost during the Manchu invasion , and the surviving volumes moved to Jeongjok-san in The Myohyang-san copy was moved to Jeokseong-san in Excluded Annals from the Collection The annals of the last two Joseon rulers, the emperors Gojong and Sunjong, have been excluded from the Annals of the Joseon Dynasty.

Written during the Japanese occupation of Korea, Gojong sillok and Sunjong sillok are regarded as "unreliable documents" by Korean academics because of the influence of Japanese officials on their compilation as well as the falsification of historical events.

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Annals of Joseon Dynasty

The Mt. Taebaek version Sillok totals 1, fascicles in books Organization and contents of the Sillok Most of the annals compilation projects followed the procedures and format adopted for the Veritable Records of Taejo. These are outlined below. Such a layout makes the Sillok appear to be the typical annals document, but much more is provided than the facts recorded in a log or diary. The main text is laid out chronologically.

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Compilation[ edit ] During the reign of a king, professional historiographers maintained extensive records on national affairs and the activities of the state. They collected documents and wrote daily accounts that included state affairs as well as diplomatic affairs, the economy, religion, meteorological phenomena, the arts, and daily life, among other things. These daily accounts became the Sacho "Draft History". Great care was taken to ensure the neutrality of the historiographers, who were also officials with legal guarantees of independence. Nobody was allowed to read the Sacho, not even the king, and any historiographer who disclosed its contents or changed the content could be punished with beheading.

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