Every spring and autumn in February and August of the lunar calendar, a ceremony is held in honor of wise men including Congja, Anja, Jeungja, Jasa, Mengja and others from ancient China and Korea to pay respect to the teachings of the ancient sages.
| theme : Unbonghyangkyo Seokjeon Daeje (Ritual Ceremony at the Old Confucian School)
place : Unbonghyangkyo
period : Every spring and autumn in February and August of the lunar calendar
After 30 days' preparation, the ceremony of Seokjeon Daeje is completed in the following order (Holki): at the start of the ceremony the offerings of food are checked; all deacons, including the rites officials, bow deeply 4 times at the shrine; the order of the rites are read (Changhol); The deacons offer wines (called Cheonpyerye, Choheonrye, Aheonrye, Chongheonrye, and Bunheonrye according to the name of the deacon who offers the wine); Choheonkwan partakes the sacrificial food and drink; the written prayers and offerings are buried into the ground (Mangyeje); and then bow deeply 4 times to end the service.