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Yi Bang-eon was a [[Joseon Dynasty]] scholar-official, who served as ''jûjikan'' ("Secretary") on the [[1711]] [[Korean embassy to Edo]].
 
Yi Bang-eon was a [[Joseon Dynasty]] scholar-official, who served as ''jûjikan'' ("Secretary") on the [[1711]] [[Korean embassy to Edo]].
  
He is famous for writing that the view of the [[Inland Sea]] from the Taichôrô at [[Fukuzen-ji]] in [[Tomonoura]] was the greatest view in all of Japan.
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He is famous for writing that the view of the [[Inland Sea]] from the Taichôrô at [[Fukuzen-ji]] in [[Tomonoura]] was the greatest view in all of Japan. This item of his calligraphy is also famous in Korea. A plaque hanging over the window today, bearing a copy of his inscription, was produced by [[Kan Chazan]] in [[1812]].
  
 
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==References==
 
==References==
*Labels and plaques at Fukuzen-ji.[https://www.flickr.com/photos/toranosuke/36844858556/]
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*Labels and plaques at Fukuzen-ji.[https://www.flickr.com/photos/toranosuke/36844858556/][https://www.flickr.com/photos/toranosuke/36892183121/sizes/l/]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 07:11, 2 June 2020

Plaque at Fukuzen-ji in Tomonoura, commissioned by Abe Masakiyo to reproduce Yi Bang-eon's writing, that the view from Fukuzen-ji is "the greatest in Japan."
  • Korean: 邦彦 (Yi Bang eon)

Yi Bang-eon was a Joseon Dynasty scholar-official, who served as jûjikan ("Secretary") on the 1711 Korean embassy to Edo.

He is famous for writing that the view of the Inland Sea from the Taichôrô at Fukuzen-ji in Tomonoura was the greatest view in all of Japan. This item of his calligraphy is also famous in Korea. A plaque hanging over the window today, bearing a copy of his inscription, was produced by Kan Chazan in 1812.

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  • Labels and plaques at Fukuzen-ji.[1][2]
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