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Sources of Korean TraditionIntroductionKorean scholars have always thought that Korean tradition is originated from Siberia. However, in termshttp://www.ukassignment.org/jndessaydx/ of culture, the Korean tradition is not originated from Siberia. This essay first claims that the Korean tradition is not originate from Siberia, and then discusses that Korean tradition is similar to Chinese tradition from the aspect of geography. The assay finally finds that Korean tradition has great links with Chinese tradition from the aspect of historical myths (Sarah Nelson, 1980). The paper conducts a comprehensive and in-depth comparison, concludes that Korean tradition has great links with China and maybe it is originated from China.
Korean tradition does not originate in SiberiaIn traditional view, according to underlying cultural differences, Korea’s tradition can be roughly divided into two levels: the first one is pottery tradition dating back to three thousand years ago, the second one is in the non-went pottery tradition coming from the outside. The arrival of non-went pottery tradition fundamentally changed the original tradition styles of the Korean and laid the basic fundamental tradition trend for the Korean (Peter & William, 2009). It is believed that it is a very important source of Korean tradition. Most Korean scholars agree that this culture likely comes from Siberia, because the pottery of Korean is quite similar with the pottery of Siberia. But people ignore the very important issue, it is reason that this tradition is incoming along with the rice tradition. So far, Siberia can not produce rice. Why the source of Korean tradition is Siberia? The later archaeological research also confirms that it is not the non-went pottery tradition of Siberia that affects the Korean Peninsula, but the non-went pottery tradition of Korean affects Siberia.
Korean tradition is similar with Chinese tradition from the aspects of geography.Seoul is largest city in Korea and also the political, economic, and cultural center of Korea. China and Korea both have a Han River and there are Danyang, Yangyang, Gangneung, Hanyang, Dongting Lake and other namesake cities along the valley. The corresponding locations of these cities are also very close (Kim & Tai-jin, 1976). In China, Dragon Boat Festival and eating rice dumplings have a long history, Korea also has similar customs and traditions. In ancient China, Dan Yang, the capital of Chu, is located in the upstream of Han River, Hanyang is the city located at the downstream of Han River. In Korea, there is a city named Danyang in Han River and there is a Hanyang (now Seoul) in the downstream of Han River. What dose the same city name and the corresponding location means? Zhizhong Chen believes that this is by no means a coincidence and there is a historical contact between the Chu tradition and Korean tradition.
Korean tradition has great links with Chinese tradition from the aspect of historical mythsThe founding myth of Korea also has close connection with Chu tradition. Many ancient books of China and Korea record Tanjun founding myth. Korean scholars said: “Tanjun founding myth is the fundamental myth created by our nation, which contains the Cosmology, history, religion, and ethics of the Korean nations. (Nelson, Sarah, 1993)
The legend states that bears, tigers live in the same cave. They want to become human beings. Guided by the gods Huanxiong, the bear stays in the dark cave for 21 days by eating garlic and wormwood and becomes into a beauty, but the tiger fails to stick with it and not become human being. The beauty later marries to HuanXiong and gives birth to Tanjun. Tanjun has the supremacy in the eyes of people in Korea and he is the founding monarch in the Korean legend.
Some Chinese scholars believe that, due to the Tanjun myth, Korean ancestors once regarded bear as totem. The last name of more than 30 monarchs in Chu is bear and the earliest inhabitants of Chu are named after bear. In early times, people of Chu regarded bear as a totem. In Tanjun myth, the god Huan Xiong gives bear and tiger Wormwood and garlic to make they become into human beings. Even today, many people in China still insist hanging wormwood and garlic on door to drive away evil malaria in the Dragon Boat Festival. This is a long history of the Han River folk custom. This folk custom is also reflected in the founding myth of Korea. All these show that the Korean tradition has great links with Chinese tradition
ConclusionKorean tradition is not originated in Siberia as scholars thought. It is also confirmed that it is not the non-went pottery tradition of Siberia affect the Korean Peninsula, but the non-went pottery tradition of Korean affect Siberia. China and Korea both have a Han River and there are Danyang, Yangyang, Gangneung, Hanyang, Dongting Lake and other namesake cities along the valley. The corresponding locations of these cities are also very close. It can be guessed that there is a historical contact between the Chu tradition and Korean tradition. The founding myth of Korea also has close connection with Chu tradition. These clues show that the Korean tradition has great links with Chinese tradition. Therefore there are evidences to believe Korean tradition is originated from China.
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