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CTS Guide 2 – SAGEUK LEXICON for Historical Dramas


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#21 jaque

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    Posted 28 Jan 14 - 03:14 PM

    In this line Myunyugwan 문유관 have to be Munyungwan?

    And in this line Sangmin 상인 line, hangeul is wrong or romanization?

    Sugaissoyo! (is it OK to say it like that?)

    Good catch.  Both.

    Yes, it should be "Sangin" for 상인  (poor workers, tradesmen etc.)

    The flat-square hat with stipulated number of hanging beads, which I think is technically the official crown, is actually 면류관 (myeonryugwan).  The "r" becomes an "n" in such cases and so it is said as "myeonnyugwan", I think. So both the hangeul and romanization were wrong there, but we can see why!

     

    (By the way, it is actually 수고하새요 - sugohasaeyo - for "you're taking trouble" or "thanks for taking trouble". )


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    Posted 07 Feb 14 - 05:46 PM

    Some clarifications:

     

    Palace - 대궐 "daegwol" or just simply "gwol" - used in conversational context

    Hall/Pavillion - "jeon" e.g. XXjeon

    Confucian aristocrats/elite - 사대부 "sadaebu"

    Grand Royal Queen Dowager (대왕대비) - generally the most senior female above the current king's mother (usu. grandmother; in Sukjong's case, his great-grandmother)

    Royal Queen Dowager (왕대비) - more senior than the Dowager Queen yet junior to the Grand Royal Queen Dowager. Usually not used, skipped over to daewangdaebi

    Queen Dowager/Queen Mother (대비) - current King's biological/step-mother

    Titles & Honorifics for King - 주상 전하 "jusang jeonha", 상감 마마 "sanggam mama", 임금 "imgeum", 대전 "daejeon", & 군주 "gunju"

    Titles & honorifics for Queen Consort - 왕비 전하 "wangbi jeonha" (rare), 중전/중궁전 마마 "jungjeon/junggungjeon mama", 교태전 "Gyotaejeon" (after her primary residence in Gyeongbokgung Palace). 왕후 is used in posthumous titles

    Prince (군)

    - son (왕자군 "wangjagun") of concubine (후궁 "hugung")

    -other sons &  grandson of Crown Prince (세자) -> first-born son of Crown Prince is "Heir Presumptive" (세손 "sesohn")

    -other sons, first-born legitimate grandson, & first-born legitimate great-grandson of Daegun (대군)

    -first-born legitimate son & grandson of Prince (왕자군)

    -meritorious subjects of the first and second class AKA honorary princes

    Wonja - first-born son of a King, irregardless of mother's status


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    #23 Peyha

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    Posted 15 Jul 14 - 02:26 AM

    Isn't the term " Peyha" used for the King/Queen or the highest ruler?
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