Family History - The Hwa-Seo Academia
The progenitor of Byuk-jin Lee family is Chong-eon Lee (李悤言, 858 ~ 938)
There is the family union on the Byukjin-myun of Seongju-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea
After the Manchu war of 1737, ancestral tablet commemorating Chung-suk gong (Chung-suk gong-public confidence ) in the Chungnyeolsa (Chungnyeol Shrine) of Ganghwa-do.
Chung-suk gong (Chung-suk gong (Public confidence))'s Park locates in Hagye-dong, Nowon-gu, Seoul.
Chung-suk gong (Public confidence) Sang-Gil Lee, the picture of the deceased - I am lineal descent.
(Hwa-Seo) Hang-ro Lee is Byeok-jin Lee's clan
Hwa-Seo academia was uncompromising against Japanese imperialism at the end of Chosun dynasty and led the movement of guardianship of righteousness - the expulsion of wickedness and the anti-Japanese army raised in the cause of justice.
During the Japanese colonial period, his teaching led the anti-Japanese independence movement, Shanghai Korean interim government, and Gwangbok (Independence) army in Manchuria.
(Myeon-Am) Ik-Hyun Choi is the disciple of Hwaseo.
(風頭能不迷 處逆如順境 所養那可誣 常目揭字省)"
Myeon-Am sent poetry to Woo-Sik Cho (Sung-am) before death for the country against the Japanese imperialists.
"You do not get confused when you met the wind and waves /Even in the face of adversity; you are the same as usual.
How to cheat usual discipline study / The heart was always in the holy heart."
(Seong-Am) Woo-Sik Cho is my mother's grandfather. He is the disciple of Myeonam.
In the late Chosun Dynasty, Woo-Sik (Sung-am) left Myoen-am collection and Sung-am's collection (five collections of fourteen poetry books). In his poems, exalted the patriarchal courtesy of Byung-Se Cho, Man-Sik Cho, Young-hwan Min, Joong-Geun Ahn, Byung-chan Lim, and Joon Lee.
Mother, the granddaughter, was married to father, Byuk-Jin Lee's clan. (Sayul-ri, Deokgwa-myeon, Namwon-gun, Jeollabuk-do, Korea)
On September 13, 1930, the Dong-A newspaper reported the news of the publication of Myeon-Am Collections by Seong-Am.
Seong-am set up Ogangsa (Ogangsa Shrine) of Oji-ri, Gokseong-gun, Jeollanam-do, Korea.
He died while fighting for the independence of Korea from the Japanese Imperialism.
He left Seong-Am collection.
-Order of Merit for National Foundation
The grandchild of Myeon-Am commemorated it.
Father and Mother
Byuk-Jin Lee family (Sayul-ri, Deokgwa-myeon, Namwon-gun, Jeollabuk-do) and Okcheon-Cho (Okcheon, the old name of Sunchang-gun, Jeonbuk) family (Oji-ri, Gokseong-gun, Jeollanam-do, Korea) married as a noble family.
Throughout the four generations of the modern era, the father and mother's family are disciples of Hwa-seo academia. The spirit of independence of Hwa-seo, Myeon-am and Seong-am has taught to families for generations. Descendants will continue to do their best until Korea is the best in culture, economy, defence and ethics.
晁鮮 Joosun: It is a friend's name. (晁 고을 이름 주 鮮 고울 선)
晁 鮮 (archaic word): A lot of sunshine, fish and sheep (goat)