觀光과 旅行의 의미에 관한 연구 - 주역의 괘를 중심으로
A Study on the Meaning of Tourism and Travel
The Book of Changes is an ancient Chinese divination manual and book of wisdom. Featured in this book are essential text, figures, and lines for each of the 64 hexagrams (6-line figure), plus commentaries indisputably attributed to Confucius. Commentaries in the Book of Changes have been written since the time of King Wen and his son, the Duke of Chou. The authors of the original text were supposed to have written the commentaries themselves. For a sample of commentaries written in a different era, recent translations had to illustrate present circumstances. In the Book of Changes, the 20th hexagram is viewing. Viewing refers to the wind that blows across the earth, like old rulers visiting various regions of their kingdom to observe their people and teach them. The commentary given for the 4th line from the bottom stresses that, when viewing the brilliance of a nation, the advantage lies in being a guest of the ruler. The 56th hexagram is the stranger, which refers to fire on a mountain. The stranger experiences little success. Steadiness brings good fortune to the traveler who experiences misfortune; in danger, he has an uneasy heart and cries aloud. Tourism in Korea is viewing the brilliance of one's life, as wind blows across the earth. The meaning of travel is the way of the stranger.
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