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YoungNeongJeon was rebuilt at the time of the King GoangHae's reign, but the rebuilt form had some difficulties to serve the function of shrine. Despite that the most problems had resulted from the architectural form, especially from the limited scale of IkSil's space, the discussion on the reconstructing this narrow space had not become an issue until the Fourth year of the King HyeonJong's reign. After having no vacant space in YoungNeongJeon, three reconstructing schemes had been presented to the royal court of the King HyeonJong. The king supported the scheme that might thoroughly rebuild in the form of JeongSil, while the most ministers objected to this king's decision. They regarded it as the decision that caused the abandonment of the rule inherited from the ancestral. But ignoring their opinions, the king strongly desired to realise this scheme. In this situation, the scholar LeeDanSang raised a strong objection against it. After his critique was supported by the most ministers, the discussion on the reconstruction had decided to postpone. LeeDanSang's argument that radically changed the situation might be characterized by the convincing reinterpretation on the identity of YoungNeongJeon.