Calligraphy of Anpyeong-daegun

Prince Anpyeong15th Century, Joseon Period

Seokdang Museum of Dong-A University

Seokdang Museum of Dong-A University
Busan, South Korea

Prince Anpyeong was an early Joseon Royal family member and also a renowned calligrapher. His name was Yong and he was the third son of King Sejong. He always liked literature and research when he was a child. He was very good at poetry and calligraphy of that period. The contents of the scroll are : explanations that denying filial duty means denying your own parents, and people who said adults are wrong are also denying the law. These are from the book ‘Hyo Gyoeng’ and O-Hyeong-Jang Chapter.


  • Title: Calligraphy of Anpyeong-daegun
  • Creator: Prince Anpyeong
  • Date: 15th Century, Joseon Period
  • Physical Dimensions: w93 x h35 cm
  • Provenance: Seokdang Museum of Dong-A University
  • Type: Ink on Paper

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