pISSN: 1598-3692

동북아 문화연구, Vol.65 (2020)
pp.63~83

<이공본풀이>의 스토리텔링 구조 분석 - 보글러의 ‘영웅의 여정(Hero’s journey)’과 구성 요소를 중심으로 -

이현승

(동국대학교 대학원 일문학전공 석사졸업)

송정현

(동국대학교 일본학과 조교수)

The purpose of this study is identifying the storytelling structure of as part of a literature analysis. is Jeju Island shamanic mythology which has a story of a hero who overcomes negative emotions and becomes a god. Focusing on these narratives of , this study selected ‘Hero’s Journey’ model of Christopher Vogler in order to analyze the structure of storytelling. ‘Hero’s journey’ consisted 12 stages as story’s flow. However, there was a limitation that detailed information of each stage described in the original text couldn’t explained. Therefore, we tried to add a detailed elements of each stage in hero’s journey. Moreover, elements which make up the story was divided for Message․Conflict․Characters․Plot. And divided elements were analyzed dramatic functions and significance in the story. The results of the analysis were as follows. First, more detailed elements were found by analyzing the ‘Hero's Journey’. Second, nine elements in were found additionally, which were not identified by the 12 stage analysis. Third, each elements of were emphasize the message through contrast. Also, the elements resolve the conflicts through punishment. In conclusion, storytelling structure in was explained the message which is overcoming the complex, by showing how conflicts were formed and resolved in connnecting characters and events. In addition, this study is meaningful in that it complements the concreteness of the research method, identified the functions of the narrative components, and additionally analyzed the elements by classifying them into messages, conflicts, characters, and plots.
  이공본풀이; 영웅 신화; 크리스토퍼 보글러; 영웅의 여정; 영웅의 여정 요소; 스토리 텔링. ;Igongbonpoori; Heroic myth; Christopher Vogler; Vogler’s The Hero’s journey; Hero’s journey elements; Storytelling.

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