Jeonghyobujeon was recorded in Hangeul in 1914 and distributed mainly in Jeonju, Jeolla-do, and is a classic novel first introduced to academia. Jeonghyobujeon has the character of an ethical novel in the theme aspect and a novel with a trial in the composition aspect. The most influential thing in forming the narrative of Jeonghyobujeon is the story of “Ukong(于公)and DonghaeHyobu(東海孝婦)” contained in HanSeo(漢書)71, ｢WuCengkwook(于定國)｣. Comparing the spatio-temporal backgrounds, characters, and major narratives of the two works, Jeonghyobujeon was created under the influence of ｢WuCengkwook(于定國)｣. Jeonghyobujeon composed a novel by featuring Kim Cheol-soo as a villain and inserting a story of suffering in hell under God's punishment. In addition, Wukong of Jeonghyobujeon is embodied in the form of a much more insightful official than Wukong recorded in ｢WuCengkwook(于定國)｣. Woo Gong of ｢WuCengkwook(于定國)｣ is only in a position to persuade the fact that DonghaeHyobu(東海孝婦) is innocent. However, WuGong in Jeonghyobujeon, made a dramatic character by consoling Mrs. Jeong's ghost by making a direct ruling and later bringing her back to the real world. Jeonghyobujeon was novelized based on Chinese records, but in the process, it was meaningful in that it was newly created and novelized by actively expanding the role of characters and inserting the heroine's fantasy experience. I think it will be a major work that can examine the relationship between acceptance and influence of Chinese literature in the study of novels in the late Joseon Dynasty.
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