This study explored the process of compiling Ujaeseonsaengsilgi and Ujaejip written by Ujae Son Jung-don (1463~1529) to define his relationship with Jeompiljae Kim Jong-jik. An attempt was made to find its traces in Ujaeseonsaengsilgi and to compare it with Jeompiljaejip so as to explore the relationship between Son Jung-don and Kim Jong-jik. On the basis of the memorial to the Throne written by 222 persons, including Lee Sul-hyeon, a Confucian in South Gyeongsang Province, on February 30, 1790, in addition to Ujaeseonsaengsilgi, it seems that Son Jung-don was already known as a writer along with Kim Jong-jik among Confucians in South Gyeongsang Province at the time of 1790. However, Silgijeungbobalmun in Ujaeseonsaengsilgi never addresses Kim Jong-jik but focuses on defining and informing the teacher-disciple relationship between Son Jung-don and Hoijae Lee Eon-jeok. Lee Byeong-ho s postscript to a part of Silgijeungbobalmun in 1905 and Son Hu-ik s Munjipsigmun in 1935 addressed Kim Jong-jik and his disciples, Kim Gwoing-pil and Jeong Yeo-chang, any of whom hadn t been addressed in Ujaeseonsaengsilgi, and tried to connect them with Son Jung-don. This is probably a social error committed during the process of compiling Silgi as part of the effort to enhance their ancestor s prestige by building a memorial hall and publishing a collection of works from the descendents viewpoint. So this is one-sided insistence by Ujaejip and it is difficult to find the corresponding materials among collections of works written by Kim Jong-jik, Jeong Yeo-chang, and Kim Gwoing-pil, making it hard to define their relationship. While the chronological record in Ujaeseonsaengsilgi reveals that he was under Kim Jong-jik s instruction at the age of 22, this was simply written from the descendent s viewpoint in the 18th century, with no materials found to define the teacher-disciple relationship with Son Jung-don. Only the relationship with his father, Son So, can be found. It seems, therefore, that Son Jung-don had a chance to study with his father, Son So, and Kim Jong-jik and was naturally connected with Kim Jong-jik via his father by future scholars excessive revisions. This is probably because he intended to use the relationship between the leader of Sarimpa, Kim Jong-jik, and his father to consolidate his position externally and to justify himself in consolidating the teacher-disciple relationship with his grandchild, Lee Eon-jeok, internally.
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