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Guide to Exhibition Experience

Scholars Death

  • Guide to Exhibition Experience
  • No.6 Hall Cham Scholar Village
  • Scholars Death
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This is No.6 Hall, the Cham Scholar Village exhibition experience hall

Bier Alignment

Bier Alignment

Funeral Rite()

Funeral Rite

  • The procedure and period of rites of the funeral for the death of a scholar in Chosun, who is praised for his manners, are complicated and long.
    Usually, the funeral rite goes through the following process: Sokgwang which checks if the person has stopped breathing, Bok() which calls on the spirit, Seolchi() which keeps the person from closing his mouth, Seub() where people clean the deceased and put on the shroud, Banham() where they put in marbles and rice in the mouth, Honbaek() and Yeongja() installation, installation of Myeongjeong(ٯ) and Chigwan(β), Soryeom (ֱ) where the body is wrapped with clothing and blanket, Daeryeom where the body is relocated to the coffin, Sansik(߾) where breakfasts and dinners are served to the deceased, Eunjeon which is offered to the deceased for the first day of the month as well as the half the month, and Jangsa(), Banhon(), and then Wuje(), Jolgokje(), Sosang () after 1 year, Daesang() after 2 years, and Damje. It is the norm to bereave in funeral clothes, Sangbok() up to 8chon of the deceased

Preparing the Ancestral Rites Table

  • This is a place where we can experience preparing the ancestral rites table.
    In every region there are some differences, but at the most basic standard level, there are sensors on the models so that if you correctly place the food it will show up in the screen. You should place the ancestral tablet first to start. (Bracken, fish(jogi), stew(tangguk), apple)

Preparing the Ancestral Rites Table