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1. Press conference to refute the rejection decision on April 17, 2017At a press conference at the Press Center in Seoul on Thursday, he was convinced that the April 13 Cultural Heritage Administration's decision was made by those behind the scenes. Pointing out that they are organizations such as the Cultural Heritage Mafia, they argued that they should be thoroughly screened for their origin.
An ancient artist, identified only by his surname Jeong, who appeared on KBS's "Trace 60" in the early days of Jeungdoga's controversy and claimed to be fake, also attended the event and declared his conscience. "I followed what the evil forces told me to do at the time," Jeong said. "This type is the first person I've encountered a lot. It must be authentic. "I feel guilty because I feel like a high-handed person is not designated as a treasure and is being manipulated."
Professor Nam Kwon-hee and Professor Yoo Boo-hyun of Daejin University refuted one by one on the comparison of typefaces and the printing sector among the results of the Cultural Heritage Administration's investigation.
Professor Nam said, "The Cultural Heritage Administration compared the translations of 'Jeungdoja' and 'Jeungdo' and 'Jeungdo' and analyzed only the translations of Imjinga and Imjinga in 1772, which were intentionally similar among the various metal types of the Joseon Dynasty."
He added, "The increase was divided by 11 people, so the position, angle, and thickness of the stroke are bound to be different."
Regarding the results of a study by the Cultural Heritage Administration that some of the Jeungdojaja are too large to be printed, Professor Yoo said, "The printed capital has a larger ink border and is not consistent in length than the printed version. You can make a print if you add 1cm to the largest of the translations."
Regarding the source of Jeungdogaja, he said, "It is impossible to clarify the nature of the excavated cultural assets," adding, "Is the circumstances of the collection of numerous Dongsan cultural properties designated so far all clear?"
■ (Culture Daily, 2017.4.17.)"Increased capital increase, analysis premise is wrong."
■ (News1, 2017.4.17) CEO Kim Jong-chun said, "We have a fake 'Cultural Heritage Mafia' made by Jeungdoga." (Comprehensive)
■ (E-Daily, 2017.4.17) Applicants for the designation of the 'Geumdoga' treasure, raising suspicions of those behind the decision to reject it.
■ (Yeonhap News 4.17.) The great-grandson owner said, "I don't understand the rejection of the treasure...The results of the investigation are wrong."
2. September 28, 2017, to hold an academic debate at the National AssemblyUnder the theme of "the world's oldest Goryeo metal type, cultural heritage or not?" an academic debate co-hosted by Yoo Seong-yeop, chairman of the National Assembly (National Assembly), Noh Woong-rae, a lawmaker of the Democratic Party of Korea, and Lee Chul-kyu, a member of the Liberty Korea Party, and a member of the literature and information department of Kyungpook National University and a research team of basic science was held in the National Assembly building.
"The Cultural Heritage Administration's conclusion was not evaluated academically or historically, but rather ambiguously as if it were judged politically or politically as if it were 'fuck politics,'" the lawmakers present said. "We hope that a third party can reach a conclusion that is fully understandable."
The forum has become a sacred ground for Jeungdoga's refusal to designate it as a cultural asset. Professors Kim Sung-soo, Nam Kwon-hee, Yoo Boo-hyun, and Cho Hyung-jin, the presenters, disputed the results of their review of the designation of Jeungdoga as a treasure and analysis. They say that there are many problems in the typeface, casting experiments, and typographical analysis. Some presenters openly criticized the Cultural Heritage Administration for rushing to verify and announce the results through a purpose test.
■ (News1, 2017.09.28) The controversy over the 'Geumdogaja' to the National Assembly...Why did the politicians come forward?
■ (Korea Economy, 2017.09.28) Controversy over the authenticity of the capital increase spread to the National Assembly.
■ (Sympathy Newspaper, 2017.09.28) Yoo Seong-yeop said, "Geumdoja objective verification, very important."
3. October 16, 2017 National Assembly Audit of Cultural Heritage AdministrationYoo Seong-yeop, chairman of the Education and Education Committee, and Song Ki-seok asked Kim Jong-jin, head of the Cultural Heritage Administration, about the expertise, circumstances of acquisition, and verification methods of the designated investigation team, which rejected the designation of cultural assets, to discuss problems with the rejection of the designation.
Chairman Yoo Seong-yeop said, "After looking at the progress of the process of reviewing the designation of Jeungdoga's treasure, things went as if he was anxious to drive the designation of Jeungdoga, rather than moving to designate it somehow or not. I think the factional feud between the cultural heritage committee members played a role," he pointed out.
Meanwhile, the research team of Jeungdoga and Basic Academic Research at Kyungpook National University refuted the Cultural Heritage Administration's claim that the typeface casting method and the circumstances of the acquisition were "false" and refuted the issue of the Cultural Heritage Administration's rejection of the designation of Jeungdoga as a cultural asset.
■ (Culture Daily, 2017.10.16) "Geumdoja" between the state auditors... Source/Verification Method Again.
■ (Korea Economy, 2017.10.16) Yoo Seong-yeop, chairman of the Education and Culture Committee, said, "Why is Jeungdoja Treasure Designation and Unsuspended?
■ (News1, 2017.10.17) Kyungpook National University research team "Dismissed Jeungdoga and Cultural Heritage, raising questions at the National Assembly."
◇ Problems of the Cultural Heritage Administration's rejection of the designation of Jeungdoga and cultural assets
1. Regarding typefaces, casting methods, and type plates; ▲ Calligraphy: The Jeungdoga, a Goryeo type, was compared to the Imjingaja of the Joseon Dynasty 500 years later. The Cultural Heritage Administration pointed out the problem in writing, but ignored it.
▲ Casting method: Since the type casting method of the Goryeo Dynasty has not been scientifically clearly established in the cultural heritage academia, it is not possible to verify the authenticity of with the casting method
▲ Prefabrication: Error in determining non-fabrication by setting the contracted woodwork as the standard of the size of the plate.
2. Source and acquisition details
▲ Source: The reason why the source and circumstances of the designated cultural assets were rejected is because of the sophistry's experience as an ancient art company, considering Jikji from the beginning, and to reject the designation of Goryeo metal type cultural assets. ▲ Mandatory submission of data on the circumstances of acquisition: The Enforcement Rules of the Cultural Heritage Protection Act were revised in February 2016 to make it mandatory to submit related data, but clearly violated the principle of prohibition of retroactive legislation. 3. About green beans and food
▲ Cho-du: The type was applied for designation in 2011 and the initials were released in July 2013, and the type and the initials had nothing to do with it, and the initials and the head are supplementary materials, not factors that determine the authenticity of the Goryeo type. ▲ impurities on the surface of green beans: The Cultural Heritage Administration claims that black impurities on the surface of green beans are "eating," but the applicant did not claim to be ink.
4. On the Expertise and Scientificity of the Investigation Team
▲ Lack of Expertise in Designated Investigation Team: Cultural Heritage Administration (Cultural Heritage Administration) is a non-expert who has no record of researching metal types, including Heungseon, the head of the investigation team.
▲ National Forensic Service Kang : Appraisal due to abuse of authority
4. Oct. 7, 2019, parliamentary inspection of the National Assembly, Cultural Heritage AdministrationRepresentative Chung Sye-kyun mentioned the controversy over the designation of Jeungdoga's treasure, which began in 2011, and Chairman Ahn Min-seok also expressed doubts about the fairness of Jeungdoga's treasure designation process and asked, "The process of judging and evaluating Jeungdoga's treasure seems to be unfair."
The Cultural Heritage Administration said, "Some of them have been inspected during the Goryeo Dynasty, but we will closely examine the future process and take a closer look at it."
■ [Video] (Yeonhap News TV, 2019.10.07) Jeong Se-kyun said, "The value of 'Jeungdoga' cultural assets should be reviewed."
■ [Video] (SBS News, 2019.10.08) Created before Jikji? ...Jeungdoga, who appeared at the National Assembly.
■ KBS News, 2019.10.07" Top Metal Type Controversy" 101 points to be released at the National Assembly for the first time
■ (Yeonhap News Agency, 2019.10.07) Chairman Ahn Min-seok and members of the Culture, Sports and Tourism Committee looking at the 101 points of the great-grandson.
■ (Newsis, 2019.10.07.) Rep. Chung Sye-kyun inquiring about the capital increase.
■ (Media Pen, 2019.10.07) Chung Sye-kyun said, "The value of 'incremental interest' should be reviewed."
■ (Yeonhap News Agency, 2019.10.07) "Review the value of the 'Geumdogaja' treasure with possible Goryeo type"
■ (Newsis, 2019.10.07) Controversy over the re-discussion of the possibility of Jeungdoga and 'Goryeo Metal Type'
■ (Newspim, 2019.10.07) [2019 National Assembly inspection] Chung Jae-sook, head of the Cultural Heritage Administration, said, "Considering the possibility of Jeungdoga and Goryeo type...Review Progress"
■ (Money Today, 2019.10.07.) [National inspection site]" Jeungdogaja," the world's best metal type?...Jung Se-kyun "proposal for special committee formation"
5. Oct. 21, 2019 National Assembly's Moon Gwang-wi and Cultural Heritage Administration's Confirmation of the National Assembly.Ahn Min-seok, chairman of the committee, said, "I think the commissioner gets smaller when he talks about 'Jeungdoja'. It reminds me of the story that former Commissioner General Na Sun-hwa was threatened with a threat that he would take the Jeungdogaja to court if he recognized it as a treasure. At the end of confirming this Jeungdogaja (designated as a cultural asset), one of the three door rings came out and I think it's related to this," he said. "Do you have any intention to re-verify it from scratch?"
Director Chung Jae-sook said, "As the commissioner, we should respect the issues decided by the Cultural Heritage Committee and the chairman expressed the origin, so we can re-deliberate the registration of cultural assets if the Jeungdoja owner and owner further researches and finds new facts and applies to the Cultural Heritage Committee." He added, "When new evidence is submitted, we will continue our research by reviewing the types excavated in Kaesong, North Korea."
Rep. Lee Dong-seop questioned the government's countermeasures, saying, "China is reportedly pushing for UNESCO's World Heritage listing, saying it was made in the Song and Yuan times with Goryeo metal types."
"If you register your heritage in China, you will be disgraced for being 'a dog chasing something'." It's a pity that even though it is genuine due to its pathetic policy, it has not even been designated as a cultural asset due to disputes among scholars," he said. "I think we can create a new metal type from Manwoldae or a new study or theory that can be added to give us another chance to look at it," said Director Jeong Jae-sook.
■ [Video] (SBS, 2019.10.22.) China seeks the best metal type status. an attempt to be listed
■ [Video] (YTN, 2019.10.22) Jeungdoga..."can be redeliberated from the ground up"
■ [Video] (YTN, 20419.10.23) Director of Cultural Heritage Administration, "Review of Jeungdoga and Metal Type, Origin"
■ [Video] (MBN, 2019.10.23) Chung Jae-sook, director of the Cultural Heritage Administration, said, "Reviewing the value of 'Jeungdoga' from the ground up."
■ (Sisa Magazine, 2019.10.22) Lee Dong-seop raises suspicions about the Cultural Heritage Administration's refusal to register the treasure of Jeungdoga.
■ (Korea Trade Newspaper, 2019.10.23) Lee Dong-seop, rejected by the Cultural Heritage Administration as a treasure... "China prepares to register as a World Heritage"
■ (MBN, 2019.10.23) Chung Jae-sook, head of the Cultural Heritage Administration, said, "The value of 'Jeungdoga' is reviewed from the ground up."
6. After the 2019 parliamentary auditIn addition, the head of the Cultural Heritage Administration said on October 21 that he would reconsider the designation of the Jeungdogaja treasure from the ground up at the National Assembly's Mungwang committee, but he will reverse the designation in a week and invest an additional 5.5 billion won in the national budget for three years (20-22) to collect related data and reexamine issues by sector.
It is not enough for the past 10 years to prove that it will not designate For the past decade or so, the world's first and oldest metal type, Jeungdogaja, has been drifting away without being designated as a cultural asset due to the manipulation of evil forces, which is frustrating and regrettable.
Jeungdogaja was a type known to the world when Professor Nam Kwon-hee of Kyungpook National University announced the results of his five-year study from 2005 in September 2010. It was also used in 1239 when Nammyeongcheonhwasangsongjindo, Donggukjip, and Gogeumsangjeongyemun were published.
When the National Assembly demanded verification of Jeungdoga in 2011, the Cultural Heritage Administration first visited the owner and recommended that he apply for designation as a national cultural property. In October 2011, a budget of 200 million won was allocated in consideration of lawmaker Chung Sye-kyun, who knew the importance of Jeungdogaja better than anyone else, and a large-scale research team of 32 experts in related fields jointly participated by the Cultural Heritage Administration and the Gyeongbuk University Academic Cooperation Group.
In April 2017, the Cultural Heritage Administration rejected the application for designation of a single cultural asset with ambiguous logic, saying, "It may be a Goryeo metal type, but it is not a Jeungdoga."
At that time, Na Sun-hwa, the head of the Cultural Heritage Administration, confessed in a telephone conversation with the owner that he was threatened to bring Since the announcement of Jeungdogaja in 2010, he is convinced that there is a behind-the-scenes story behind the fake version of Jeungdogaja and deceiving the people.
First, for the past 20 years or so, they have used academic ties and delays to monopolize their influence over the entire ancient art world, including the appraisal of cultural assets, designation of national treasures and treasures, and enjoy almost extracurricular status because of their expertise in cultural assets.
Professors and museum artists have earned more than 27 billion won in annual profits from the delivery of artifacts by inflating the appraised value to purchase ceramics at a high price.
At that time, the Korean Fine Arts Association has been making defamation, false accusation, and slander since 2009 with a grudge, saying that their irregularities were exposed because they did not make a fair appraisal and made an appraisal below the market price.
Second, it is the opposition of the Korea Fine Arts Association. Since his inauguration in 1997, he has been working to revitalize the ancient art market by continuing to fight against fake artifacts for 21 years, but in the meantime, opponents of the association, who have lost their criminal profits due to the blocking of the distribution of fake artifacts, have formed the "Go-Ko-Yeo Mural Painting Movement Headquarters" to deliver false documents to the prosecution, police, and the media.
In particular, right after the release of Jeungdogaja in October 2010, current affairs programs such as MBC and KBS were used to bring fake Jeungdogaja from a fake factory in Dandong, China, and aired several times after filming. At the time, the interview with the fake factory recruitment and the fake claim of The third is the Cultural Heritage Committee member and the Cultural Heritage Committee member who abandoned his scholarly conscience due to his academic inferiority complex.
Park, a professor at Cheongju University, who is the chairman of the cultural committee's Dongsan branch at the time of the suspension of the designation of Jeungdogaja as a cultural asset in February 2013, made an absurd remark in an interview with a media outlet, saying, "Who is responsible for the increase in prices by designating the goods of the merchant as a treasure?" The value of diamonds does not change with the owner. In other words, even though Jeungdogaja is genuine, it cannot be designated as a cultural asset because it is owned by a merchant.
Professor Park, who sticks to his opposition, has achieved academic achievements through his research on Jikji, but recognizes Professor Nam Kwon-hee, who has studied and published Jeungdoja, as a rival in the bibliography field and opposes the designation due to concerns over the deterioration of academic performance due to the depreciation of Jikji in the position of the world's oldest metal type goes to Jeungdoja.
Jeong, who is currently a standing expert member of the Dongsan Division of the Cultural Heritage Committee on the recommendation of Professor Park, is in charge of the casting and engraving of the type when the "In October 1919, the National Assembly's Chung Sye-kyun and Lee Dong-sup's office falsely reported that the excavation site is essential under the Buried Cultural Heritage Act, as if 도가Jeungdoga자 is subject to the Buried Cultural Heritage Act, and disparaging the national research trend on Goryeo metal types in China, preventing the government from preparing measures to register China as a UNESCO World Heritage Site."
In particular, although Jeong insists that "submission of the source and collection details" was mandatory since February 2016, it is clearly illegal to apply the same regulation to the Jeungdogaja, which applied for designation as a cultural asset in 2011.
Finally, it is the fake work of Cheongju, the oldest metal type capital in the world. Seven days after the announcement of Jeungdogaja, 2010.9.7. He claimed that Jeungdogaja was a fake by mobilizing Lee Sang-joo, a professor at Jungwon University in North Chungcheong Province, who majored in self-proclaimed typology unrelated to bibliography.
Later in 2015, the Cheongju Printing Museum, which also has seven Goryeo metal types, announced a study jointly with the National Forensic Service that the Jeungdoga is a fake, pouring cold water on public interest. Kang, a co-researcher in charge of the National Forensic Service's Inyoung and Philosophy Appraisal, led the illegal appraisal by private solicitation as a person who had no basic common knowledge of the preservation science and bibliography of cultural assets, and the contents of the presentation were also proven to be fiction. While the Cultural Heritage Administration delayed the designation of Jeungdogaja as a national cultural asset, China purchased 97 types excavated from Manwoldae in Kaesong from Japan and published the results of its study that China was the birthplace of the oldest metal types in the world, along with the opinion of about 10 top scholars in China, and based on this, it is known to be promoting UNESCO's world heritage registration. However, the Cultural Heritage Administration (Cultural Heritage Administration) has repeated its sophomore response, saying, "It is judged by some scholars in China's bi-monthly publication magazine, and there is no current move by the Chinese government to register metal types as a World Heritage Site." This is an act of ignorance of China's behavior.
The owner has lived solely for decades to discover and preserve ancient Korean art. After the discovery of Jeungdoga, he offered to buy a German who visited Daboseong at no price. In a word, the owner refused. We have been subjected to numerous slander and slander over the decades, but our love of precious Korean art has not changed at all. The owner is now over 70, and his wish is to spread the value of our ancient art to the world. Jeungdogaja is the world's first and the pride of Korea and its people as a world cultural heritage that not only informs us that Korea is a cu 자>자>