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Eastern Learning and the Heavenly WayThe Tonghak and Chondogyo Movements and the Twilight of Korean Independence$
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Carl Young

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780824838881

Published to Hawaii Scholarship Online: November 2016

DOI: 10.21313/hawaii/9780824838881.001.0001

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Exile—Son Pyŏng-Hŭi in Japan, 1901–1904

Exile—Son Pyŏng-Hŭi in Japan, 1901–1904

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(p.51) Chapter 3 Exile—Son Pyŏng-Hŭi in Japan, 1901–1904
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Eastern Learning and the Heavenly Way
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Carl F. Young

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University of Hawai'i Press
DOI:10.21313/hawaii/9780824838881.003.0003

This chapter deals with the developments that occurred during the early years of Son's sojourn in Japan from 1901 to 1904. Following a period of turmoil within Tonghak's ranks, Son had left Korea in order to better assess the changing international situation and Korea's role in it. By doing this, he hoped to apply this knowledge to propagate Tonghak's agenda more effectively in Korea and later bring it out of obscurity to the world. He would end up in Japan, where, except for a brief return visit to Korea, he remained until the beginning of 1906. Son's experiences in Japan affected his vision for Tonghak and Korea, and he proceeded to work on the synthesis of Tonghak thought with a new discourse that advocated governmental reform, popular rights, and economic and social development.

Keywords:   Japan, Son Pyŏng-hŭi, Korea, Tonghak thought, governmental reform, popular rights, economic development, social development

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