Bupyeong Hyangyo

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Bupyeong Hyangyo

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Bupyeong Hyanggyo, the confucian temple and school to teach local students in the Joseon Dynasty period located in Incheon. The reason why its name is Bupyeong Hyangyo although it's location is on Gayang is that the scope of Bupyeong was changed. It is a administrative district in the period of the Three States. Bupyeong Hangyo was established in 1127. However, because of the Manchu war of 1636. It was damaged a lot. Nevertheless, there were some scholars who still struggled to keep the ancestral tablets. With this effort, Bupyeong hyangyo was reconstructed in 1688. It's structure is as follows. The educational institutions such as Myeongryungdang, Dongjae, and Seojae are placed on front, and the ancestral rites institutions like Daeseongjeon, Dongmu and Seomu are placed on back. It is now designated as an important tangible cultural property in Incheon and managed by the foundation of Bupyeong Hyanggyo.


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