화투 도안에 등장하는 식물명의 인식에 대한 연구

Title
화투 도안에 등장하는 식물명의 인식에 대한 연구
Other Titles
A Study on the Perception about the Botanical Names of Plants Described in Korean Playing Flowercards
Author(s)
김동진오욱
Keywords
hwatu; hwachal; hanahuda; Japanese playing cards; plant conception; 화투; 화찰; 하나후다; 일본 카드놀이; 식물 인식
Issue Date
201406
Publisher
한국호텔관광학회
Citation
호텔관광연구, v.16, no.4, pp.403 - 411
Abstract
This study was conducted to survey people's recognition, examine the reasons of the misconception, and to correct about botanical names of plants described in Korean playing flowercards(hwatu). In consequence of literature reviews and plant morphology and eco-physiological study, the correct names of plants in hwatu from January to December were as follows: pine, Japanese apricot, Japanese cherry, Japanese wistaria, Japanese iris, tree peony, bush clover, empty mountain(no plant), chrysanthemum, Japanese maple, royal tomentosa, and Babylon weeping willow. As a result of survey, percentages of correct answers about January, February, March, September, and October were high, but those about April, May, June, July, November, and December were low. The reasons why those about April, May, and June were low were because the plant names generally called were not correct as black bush clover, orchid, and rose, respectively. In the cases of July and November, plants were not familiar or correctly named(red bush clover and paulownia tree), and the design of December was called the rain, not its botanical name.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/31714
ISSN
1229-3482
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