โรงเรียนขงจื้อ Jeonuihyanggyo

Updated: Jan 15, 2019

Jeonuihyanggyo Confucian School (전의향교)


Introduction Jeonui Hyanggyo Confucian School is thought to have been built in 1413 during the 13th year of King Taejong’s reign. The School features a simple spatial arrangement with only Myeongnyundang and Daeseongjeon Study Halls, each with three gates in the front. Outside the western wall of Myeongnyundang Hall is Sujiksa Temple.

Several books - Jaeimnok (24cm×34cm), Seonan ( 28cm×43cm), several texts on rituals, and Eojeyuneum (22cm×35cm, 1782-1783), which was published in 1782 (6th year of King Jeongjo’s reign) and 1783, have been found at Jeonui Hyanggyo.

Address

5-18, Bukchon 1-gil, Jeonui-myeon, , Sejong-si 세종특별자치시 전의면 북촌1길 5-18


Type

Monuments/ Historical Sites


Inquiries

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