Geumsan Nongak is a nongak that retains the original form of mountain basin-type folk culture developed between Sobaeksan Mountain Range and Goryeong Mountain Range, and it preserves the original form of left-hand Nongak.
Geumsan Nongak is a very professional nongak that has been developed beyond the village nongak stage and developed into a packaged nongak through the geolip nongak stage. Geumsan Nongak has been awarded several times since its liberation as a representative of various competitions held across the country, and pangut of the Geumsan Nongak Band Choi Sang-geun, who toured around the country, has developed and is being passed down with roots in Geumsan Nongak today.
Geumsan Nongak shows various development processes in Geumsan's base culture such as Village Gut, Songgye Daebang Nori, Dure Pungjang, Cheonnae Baegeollipgut, and consists of Yeonggi, Napal, Taepyeongso, Daepo, Changbu, Cooking, Yangban, Nonggun, Gaksi, Halmi, Geolnong, Flower Butterfly, Jeong, Jing, Beopgo, Beopgo, Beopgo. In particular, Geumsan Nongak is developed to the highest level among left-hand Nongak.
The genealogy of Geumsan Nongak is handed down to Kim Soo-dong, Choi Sang-geun, Ju Gi-hwan, Kim Byeong-hwa, and Park Hee-jung as Jeon In-geun.
Geumsan Nongak has different forms and procedures depending on the purpose, timing, and location of the performance. If you divide the types, you will find "Maegut" on Seotdal Geumeum, "Madangbapi" on the New Year's Eve or the New Year's Eve, "Dangsanje" on the fifteenth of lunar January, "Geolipgut" from early 3rd to Daeboreum, and "Boreum," "Geum," "Geum," "Geum" before planting, and "Geum" and "Geum" and "Geum" and "Geumgi"
Geumsan Nongak Village Gut's performance procedures are passed down to Deuldangsan, Naldangsan, Samgut Topje (Dangsan Gut), Mungut, Madang Gut, Sungju Gut, Jeongji Gut, Cheolyong Gut (Janggwang Gut), Siam Gut (Samgut), and Geoggan Gut (Gwanggut), and each process is divided independently. The front gut consists of instrumental and dance elements, and the back gut consists of vocal, performance, and playful elements. In particular, the rhythms that show the local characteristics of Geumsan include Oemachijilgut, various twelve machi, Nejinmachi, Jajinmachi, Yeongi, Dancegut, Pungnyeongut, and Bapsakgut, which are produced, sweet and easy to break, and slow to play, and the forms that are formed very quickly are of high quality music, Samjingut, Gosarikeokgoggi, mokgoggi, Moleonggut, Gosugi, Gosugi, Gosugi, Gosugi, Gosa.
Geumsan Nongak's Chibaegwae is composed of jockey, apron, and duchibae.
1) Number of flags
1 descriptor (numeric), 1 container (memorization), 1 agricultural instrument, 2 young flag, 5 obanggi
2) An apron belly
Nabal, three saenab, six kkwaenggwari, four gongs, eight janggu, six drums, 12 sogo.
Daepo Water - 1, Yangban - 1; Gulnong - 1; Cooking - 1; Gaksi - 1; Halmi – 1; Mudong (1 flower butterfly, 1 middle butterfly, 2 changbu, 4 basketball)
The colors of Geumsan Nongak are divided into gisu, apron, and dukchi. The gisu is the same as the gisu, which is the same as the gisu, and the gisu is the same as the gisaeng and the gisu.
In the case of an apron, the kkwaenggwari wears purple daggers, gongs, janggu, drums are purple vests, and sogo is navy vests. In the case of the dutch, the clothes are all distinguished differently, divided into mixed colors and motionless clothes. In Geumsan, a skilled person in the neighborhood made flowers and painted five colors in a beautiful way by decorating the flowers by making samemi (a cedar tree woven like a hat), and older adults still call it samemui and dolmu.