Kim Jang-saeng

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In this Korean name, the family name is Kim.
Portrait of Kim Jangsaeng of Joseon
his one workbooks Sagyeyugo
his one workbooks Sagyeyugo

Kim Jang-saeng (Korean: 김장생, July 8 1548 - August 3 1631) was a Korean scholar, writer, politician, and Neo-Confucian philosopher of the Joseon period. His penname was Sagye (사계, 沙溪).[1]

His Chinese names were Huiwon (Chinese: 희원, 希元) and Huiji (Chinese: 희지, 希之) .

Family[change | change source]

  • grandfather : Kim Ho (김호, 金鎬)
  • father : Kim Gye-hui (김계휘, 金繼輝)
  • mother : Lady Shin, Pyungsan clean (평산 신씨, 平山申氏)
  • wife : Ladt Cho, Chanryung clean (창녕조씨)

Works[change | change source]

  • Sagyejeonseo (사계전서, 沙溪全書)
  • Gyungseopanui (경서판의)
  • Garyejipram (가례집람, 家禮輯覽), Exposition of Family Rites[1]
  • Sangryebiyo (상례비요, 喪禮備要)
  • Geunsaroksukui (근사록석의, 近思錄釋疑)
  • Gyungseobyunui (경서변의, 經書辨疑)
  • Songganghaengrok (송강행록, 松江行錄)
  • Sagyeyugo (사계유고, 沙溪有故)

Related pages[change | change source]

Sign of Kim Jangsaeng

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