The 108 Ryul Poem of approximately 130 poems in Ganjeongilrok tells a full account of Danseong Farmers Uprising, offering a complete picture of the event. The single poem depicts the reality involved in the event including the harmful consequences of Hwangok, the corrupt officials cruel treatment of Sajok and peasants, the inevitability of the uprising, the memories of horrible fields of the uprising, and the wrongful victimization of all people by the collusion of officials and Hyangris. Haegiong Kim Ryeong was the leader of Danseong Farmers Uprising and made efforts to correct the harmful effects of Hwangok, which became huge social evil, and improve the greedy acts of officials. He put together the local Sajok of Danseong as one, raised popular opinions through Hyanghoi, and wrote a Jeongjang frequently, trying to cut the evil social practices in a rational and legal manner. There was Mencius people-oriented idea that People are the Heaven at the root of his ideological background of the uprising. He tried to find the legitimacy of the uprising in the idea. The outcomes, however, painted a different picture from his expectations: he failed to improve the evil social practices and was banished. The people-oriented idea is the root of Confucianism. Many Confucian scholars vividly depicted the life, joy, and sorrow of people through their creative activities. Kim was differentiated from them because he was an intellectual that practiced what he knew himself. He courageously rose and represented the peasants that suffered from the disorder of Samjeong, thus leading to the Imsul Farmers Uprising to rebel against injustice.
2. 김령과 『간정일록』
3. 108률 시에 나타난 제현상