pISSN: 1598-3692

동북아 문화연구, Vol.69 (2021)
pp.65~81

壬辰倭亂 中 鄭文孚의 二元的 地位

김재천

(부경대학교 대학원 사학과 박사과정 수료)

Jeong, Mun-bu is a person with a unique history of performing both Byeongmapyeongsa and A chief of the voluntary military in North Hamgyeong Province during the Japanese Invasion of Korea in 1592. Jeong, Mun-bu passed the liberal arts exam and worked as a local government official until his death, but became a person with more prominent images of martial arts such as “A chief of the voluntary military” or “General.” In Joseon, liberal arts students were the best elite group and political ruling class in Joseon. Jeong, Mun-bu take the position of Byeongmapyeongsa in Hamgyeong Province before Imran broke out. While traveling to the 6th northeast under the influence of Byeongmajeoldosa in Hamgyeong Province he fought against the Japanese army on July 17, 1592, along with the Han-geukham a soldier who was a soldier in Hamgyeong Province. However, he was defeated in the war and was in a state of escape, and in the meantime, he defeated high-ranking officials and was appointed a chief of the voluntary military. During the Japanese Invasion of Korea in 1592, Jeong, Mun-bu was in a dual position to act as a war commander and report as a soldier. And while leading the righteous army and carrying out battles, he establishes a great major, but is dismissed from a chief of the voluntary military and goes through the process of reinstatement. The Japanese Invasion of Korea in 1592 was a national event of Joseon's fate but It was also an event that changed Jeong, Mun-bu’s destiny. Jeong Mun-bu chose the status of a public official on the outskirts from the political stage of the central Joseon Dynasty, but he took the opportunity to fully demonstrate his capabilities there, did not miss the opportunity, and there were many difficulties, but he wisely overcame it.
  임진왜란,정문부,의병장,병마평사,이원적 지위,선조

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