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KCI등재 학술저널

한국의 몽골어 학습사

조선 사역원(司譯院) 폐지 이전을 중심으로

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The purpose of this study is to contemplate the history of study Mongolian language in Korea from Gojoseon(古朝鮮) to before the abolition of Sayeok-won(司譯院) in Joseon. It is thought that Korea began to study Mongolian language from the Gojoseon period. Since then, the ancient Korean people have learned their languages for exchanges with Proto-Mongolian ethnic groups such as Xianbei, Rouran and Khitan. Goryeo felt the need to study Mongolian language during against the Mongol invasion of Goryeo, and established the Yeokodogam(譯語都監) to educate the Mongolian language. Since then, with the growing influence of the Great Mongol(Yuan) Empire in Goryeo, the enthusiasm for learning Mongolian language has become higher and higher. However, from the early Joseon Dynasty, exchanges with Mongol have decreased. Because of this, those who wanted to study Mongolian language gradually disappeared. With the establishment of the Qing dynasty, study Mongolian language in Joseon become important again. However, the previous Mongolian language study book has become useless, so a new Mongolian language study book was published to replace it. These books are “the three books of Mongolian Studies(蒙學三書)”. And until Sayeok-won was abolished, these books were continuously revised and used as study materials.

1. 서론

2. 고려 이전의 선(先) 몽골어 학습

3. 고려의 거란어와 몽골어 학습

4. 조선의 몽골어 학습과 교육

5. 결론

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