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When a thought ceases, there is no difference between a mud and a tomb. Dangju Wonhyo’s Theory of Harmonization Buddhism monk, Buddhist scholar, Buddhist philosopher and writer who wrote The Treatise on the Harmonization of All Dispute in Ten Aspects Mahayana Buddhism Hinayana Buddhism Sectarian Buddhism Harmonization MIND Absence of Ego Week 5: Women in Koryo & Koryo Literature 1. Kwago (exam) - a. Civil Service examination, Getting a good grade to get a government position. b. Groups of scholars are like the political parties. 2 Yangban 3 Yuan Dynasty - a. Ruled by Mongolians, They would marry princess of the Yuan to the kings of Koryo, they were almost the members of the same family b. They would pick out upper class women from the court as tribute 2 Ch'ung Loyalty 3 Empress Ki 4 Hansi Chinese Poems 1 Name for Chinese Poetry 2 All upper class had to knnow Hansi and showed if they were educated or not 1 Kim Bu Sik: History of Three Kingdoms 2 Iryon Legends of Three Kingdoms 3 Chong ChiSang 4 Sokyo,Kayo Popular Songs 5 "Will You Go?" "Kasiri"
1 Filial Piety a. To be respectful to your parents, taking care of them. b. Certain time of the year, they would sacrifice themselves to the ancestors ( Sense of Confusianism ) 2 Ki Saeng Entertainers a. Creating and transmitting korean cultural traditions 2 Confucianism a. Important to trace of the line of decent through your fathers line. Ah-ah-ah-ah Yoh-yoh-yoh-yoh 3 Beats x5 Secs = 15 secs 1 Women in Koryo 1.1 Social System 1.2 Divorce, Marriage Customs, Family Relations 1.3 Mongol Invasions 1 Koryo Literature 2.1 Literature in China Songs & Poems Thesis sentence : Marriage Customs in Early Koryo were relatively open but gradually laws concerning divorce and family life, became more rigid because of the Mongolian invasions as well as increasing confucianization. Social Systems : In Koryo the ' Kwago' examination system was established Compared with Silla, Koyro offered more opportunities for social mobility within upper class Women in Koryo People would pray to Hwangyang etc. For protection or any other needs. Women's Roles: Traditionally, while men dominated in most social spheres women took total responsibility for family matters The mother was responsible for her daughter's education since there were no schools for the girls The women were also expected to manage family finances For upper class, women was not allowed to participate in different outside activities Clothing: Skirts were full and long with many pleats Rich families would have several layers of clothes Marriage and Family Life
A Man could get a divorce in case of an adultery A women cannot get a divorce A women cannot remarry under any circumstance Upper class men were loyal subjects of the king Koryo limited marriages between upper and lower class people It was common to intermarry within the same branch of the family Ogedei Khan who ordered the invasion of korea 150 upper class women were sent from Koryo to the Yuan Dynasty Influenced by styles, music, clothing (Korean wave) Thesis

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