Both of Yi Huang’s school and Yi Yi’s school, two major schools in Korean Confucianism, left a considerable amount of materials in classical studies and Zhu Xi’s learning. The Sunkyunkwan University in Seoul has collected and digitalized the works of Korean Confucian studies with the support of Korean government. The web-based database of Korean Confucian Studies (http://koco.skku.edu) digitalizes the original texts and the introduction of the texts, which has a hyper-link to the original image of the texts. The introduction is also written in simplified Chinese and the instruction of the website is also provided in Chinese, English, and Japanese so that international users can easily use the website. We use an advanced technology which shows searching results sorted by a specific phrase of a particular classic at a glance. The web-based database of the dictionary of Zhu Xi’s learning (http://jjh.skku.edu) digitalizes the commentaries to Zhu Xi’s literary collection, Zhuzidaqian zhayijibu. This database will be conducive to more comprehensive and comparative studies of Zhu Xi’s learning in East Asia.
2. 한국경학자료의 회집과 전산화
3. 한국주자학자료의 회집과 전산화