THE STUDY OF KOREAN SOURCES ON MONGOLIAN LANGUAGE IN CHOSŎN DYNASTY
This paper will show the features of Mongolian language that were published in the Korean sources and how the phonological, morphological, syntactic features of Mongolian language as well as spoken and written languages were reflected on those sources.
This study, which is expected to contribute to modern Mongolian and Korea. aims to investigate Korean and Mongolian by comparing and researching features of language phoneme and forms through Korean sources of Mongolian language in the Chosŏn Dynasty period.
Speaking of Mongolian grammar, negative vowels and positive are not used in one word according to vowel harmony but there are a number of cases not to follow principle. It might be because dialect and old Mongolian did not define the positive vowels and the negative vowels and affected most of the Mongolain dialects.
Chosŏn Dynasty, Mong-ŏ-Nogŏltae, Ch’ŏphae-Mong-ŏ, Mong-ŏ-Yuhae and Pang’ŏn-Chipsok