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전라남도 담양군 남면에 위치한 식영정은 본래 서하당 김성원이 석천 임억령을 위해 지은 정각이라는데 '그림자가 쉬는 정자'라는 뜻이란다.

식영정 사선이란 불리운 임억령, 김성원, 고경명, 정철 네 사람이 성산의 경치 좋은 20곳을 택하여 20수씩 모두 80수의 식영정이십영을 지은 것으로 유명하며, 이 식영정이십영은 후에 정철의 성산별곡의 밑바탕이 되었다.

Copyright: Lee Byong Soon(이병순)
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Uploaded: 07/08/2012
Updated: 18/07/2014
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Tags: 전라남도; 담양군; 가사문화권; 식영정; 송강; 성산별곡
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