Sanggung - Types of Sanggung

Types of Sanggung

  • Jejo sanggung (提調尙宮) - also called Keunbang sanggung. They had the highest position among gungnyeo, and they are responsible for the management of properties. They serve the king with many other ladies-in-waiting in his palace, receive the king's order and have political power.
  • Bujejo sanggung (副提調尙宮) - also called Arigo sanggung (阿里庫尙宮) manages the properties in the warehouse of palace.
  • Jimil sanggung (至密尙宮) - also called Daeryeong sanggung (待令尙宮) waited closely to the king.
  • Bomo sanggung (保姆尙宮) - literally meaning "a nurse sanggung" took care of princes and princesses.
  • Sinyeo sanggung (侍女尙宮) - literally meaning "a maid-in-waiting sanggung" assists jimil saggung with books and ceremony.
  • Gamchal sanggung (監察尙宮) - literally meaning "an inspector sanggung" inspected and give the punishment to gungnyeo.

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