개항 이후 대한제국 시기 궁궐 양관 현판의 형식적 특징과 그 의미

The Formal Characteristics and Significances of the Hyeonpan on Western Style Palace Buildings 

during the Daehan Empire period

 

최호랑 Choi, Horang

대한제국기 궁궐에 들어선 양관의 현판은 기존 전각의 현판과 어떻게 같거나 달랐을까. 엄격한 전통 질서와 의례가 유지되던 궁궐에 서양식 건물이 들어서며 나타난 변화의 모습은 무엇이며, 이는 현판이라는 건축 요소에 어떻게 반영되었을까. 최초의 서양식 궁궐 전각으로 알려진 경복궁 관문각부터 1915년에 지은 창경궁 장서각까지 양관 현판의 형식적 특징과 그 의미를 살핀다.

What were the similarities and differences between the building name plaques or hyeonpan on the western style palace buildings that emerged during the Daehan Empire period and those on the traditional buildings? What changes were brought about by the emergence of western style buildings in the palaces where strict traditional order and customs were maintained? And how did they affect the architectural element of the hyeonpan? This essay delves into the formal characteristics and the significances of hyeonpan on the Gwanmungak Library in Gyeongbokgung Palace, which is known as the first western style palace building to the Jangseogak in Changgyeonggung Palace, built in 1915.