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Korean Society of Sandplay Therapy

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제 목 [국문]
[5권 2호] 제주의 문(門) ‘정낭’의 상징적 의미에 관한 연구-모래놀이치료를 중심으로-
제 목 [영문]
A Study of Symbolic Meanings of Jeju-do’s Front-gate Jeongnang-With a main focus on sandplay therapy-
저 자
부정민
출 처
11-34 page, 총24 pages
발행 년도
2014
주제 키워드
boundary, protection, consideration, disconnection, lingering attachment, feeling of lack, harmony
초 록 [국문]
There is a unique type of gate that is found on Jeju Island callled Jeongnang. A traditional stone or wooden structure, it has a diverse range of symbolic meanings for the islanders as evidenced in the sand-pictures they create. For these people, the rich symbolism of the Jeongnang gate encompasses boundary, protection, consideration, disconnection, attachment, feeling of lack, and harmony. From long time ago, Jeju people made holes ranging from one to five through a wooden pillar (Jeongjumok) or a stone pillar (Jeongjuseok) and transversely placed wooden logs (Jeongnang) into the pillar. This is the unique gate of Jeju called Jeongnang. By placing the bars up or down, the owner indicated whether there was a person or not and also that the owner would come back soon, somewhat late, or very late. This study examined the characteristics of Jeongnang and explored its symbolic meanings. To this end, as a method to explore the characteristics of Jeongnang, this study selected a literature review and at the same time interpreted the symbolic meanings of Jeongnang used in sandplay therapies of Jeju people according to Dora Kalff’s theory and technique of sandplay therapy based on Jung’s analytical psychological theory. It was found that Jeongnang had symbolic meanings of boundary, protection, consideration, disconnection, lingering attachment, feeling of lack, and harmony.
초 록 [영문]
There is a unique type of gate that is found on Jeju Island callled Jeongnang. A traditional stone or wooden structure, it has a diverse range of symbolic meanings for the islanders as evidenced in the sand-pictures they create. For these people, the rich symbolism of the Jeongnang gate encompasses boundary, protection, consideration, disconnection, attachment, feeling of lack, and harmony. From long time ago, Jeju people made holes ranging from one to five through a wooden pillar (Jeongjumok) or a stone pillar (Jeongjuseok) and transversely placed wooden logs (Jeongnang) into the pillar. This is the unique gate of Jeju called Jeongnang. By placing the bars up or down, the owner indicated whether there was a person or not and also that the owner would come back soon, somewhat late, or very late. This study examined the characteristics of Jeongnang and explored its symbolic meanings. To this end, as a method to explore the characteristics of Jeongnang, this study selected a literature review and at the same time interpreted the symbolic meanings of Jeongnang used in sandplay therapies of Jeju people according to Dora Kalff’s theory and technique of sandplay therapy based on Jung’s analytical psychological theory. It was found that Jeongnang had symbolic meanings of boundary, protection, consideration, disconnection, lingering attachment, feeling of lack, and harmony.