This study was undertaken to discuss the frameworks of the gorgeous and magnificent royal procession ceremonies in the Yi Dynasty, thereby exploring the classification systems of 'three stages and five segments' on the basis of cultural anthropology and Korean traditional shamanism of ancestral sacrifices. The ceremonies were classified into three phases of (1) cleanup stage, (2) primary objective attendance stage, and (3) completing stage. Among these phases, p. :mary objective attendance stage was further distributed into five segments of (1) road guide, (2) dressing, (3) royal procession, (4) attendants' procession, and (5) back row procession. The isolates and functions of the royal procession ceremonies in the Yi Dynasty were studied through the application of Levi Strauss's structural methodology.
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