<KYUMUNSUJIYEOHAENGJIDO(閨門須知女行之圖)> is a playbook that was passed by Queen Inhyeon to her beloved sister, Mrs. Min, when she was dethroned, became an ordinary citizen, and stayed at a private residence. Unlike <SEUNGKYEONGDO(陞卿圖)>, which is a playbook mainly about males under the theme of public positions, the theme of <KYUMUNSUJIYEOHAENGJIDO> is based on the deeds of women in the Joseon Dynasty period. Mrs. Min was the one who married Lee Janghwi (李長輝), and the version of <KYUMUNSUJIYEOHAENGJIDO> still in existence is the one copied by a great-great-grandchild, Lee Ok(李鈺)of Mrs. Min. <KYUMUNSUJIYEOHAENGJIDO> is roughly constructed with four parts; the first part is for the farthest line from the playboard, which is filled with evil women and evil deeds. The second part is for the second farthest line, which describes appropriate behaviors for women. The third is the third farthest line, which states the names and deeds of 32 outstanding women in 7 columns x 5 rows. The fourth part is called ‘TAEIM(太任)’, locating at the highest line. It is where this play ends and it is with a description, ‘holy married women’. <KYUMUNSUJIYEOHAENGJIDO> is started with ‘SA(肆), WI(僞), JAE(才), JAENG(行), GYEONG(敬), and SUNG(誠), at the center of the bottom line. From this, it is possible to assume that this game is supposed to be played with a dice (YUNMOK 輪木). On each space of the board, the place to go is described. While playing this game, players of this game can learn about appropriate and inappropriate deeds for women as well as women worthy of respect and who are not.
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