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This study empirically examined Seo Yu-gu[徐有購]`s views on constumes that are based on ``Boksikjigu[服飾之具]`` of Seomyongji[贍用志] in Imwonkyungjeji[林園經濟志]. In ``Boksikjigu``, Seo Yu-gu explained different situations and problems that were related to costumes and proposed solutions for the problems, This study examined the contents, and divide the items into caps, accessories, and clothes, The results of this study were as follows, First, Seo Yu-gu in he rited the tradition of erudition, Seo Yu-gu classified various costume items systematically, and explained in detail about the origin, history and materials of the costume items. Second, he emphasized frugality, effective use, and welfare. Seo Yu-gu argued that the sleeves should be shortened for convenience and tried to improve practicality in the functional aspect. Also, he wanted to enrich people`s life by improving the convenience of goods used in daily life. Third, he tried to establish identity as a Confucian intellect. This idea was clearly shown in ``costumes``; therefore, they served as evidences that Seo Yu-gu used to correct wrong practices through precise historical investigation and review of Shim-ui[深衣], the symbol of the practice of Jujagarye[朱子家禮]. In his later years, he discovered the plain dress that was worn as a casual wear by ZhuXi[朱熹]and tried to wear it in dailylife.
This study aims to analyze the film acting style, based on Elia Kazan`s movies in the 1950s. ``American acting method`` in the 1950s was emerged as an icon of the day with actors became famous. Its use began in the 1920s, but it was not until the 1950s that first coming to the attention among public. This technique has continued into American acting method that plays key role in film acting up to now. In this study, there will be analysis from Elia Kazan`s movies on the variety of American acting method, which is the foundation of film acting. The body of the study on aspects of American acting method, applied to film by categorizing several examples; acting that concentrates on reality of daily life, spontaneity that diminishes the exaggerated acting, expression of internal truth in the given circumstances, and manifestation of character`s emotion from affective memory. The film and acting reflects the trend of the times alike. As time goes , the acting-theory have altered and it will. The purpose of this study is to find the origin of American acting method, which plays key role in Korean film, and promote the development plan for it.
In 1995, the costumes were restored in an unknown woman's tomb at the Jeonju Lee's family cemetery in Gapyeong, Gyeonggi-Do, and there are currently nine items remaining. In this study, we first introduced these 9 relics to academia and analyzed the morphological characteristics of the costumes. We also estimated the time and person of burial compared with costumes unearthed from other burials. Jeogories (short jacket) are all four items. One of these items was unusual in shape, and the upper part of the seop (gusset) was wrinkled and shaped. This type of Jeogori appears only till the 1520s in other tombs. There are also two skirts, one of which is characterized by a superimposed pattern. The top and bottom / middle part of the skirt were rolled up, and the skirt, which was double-rolled up in this way, was first discovered. An analysis of the shape of Jeogori and skirt indicated that the person buried in the Jeonju Lee's family tomb was believed to have survived until the early 16th century. Based on these estimated periods, as a result of looking at the genealogy of Jeonju Lee's family, it was concluded that the tomb was probably a woman named Lee Geum Myeong (李金命) born in the mid-15C and died between the late 15C and the early 16C.