Namsadangpae is a folk play group that originated from the working class in the late Joseon Dynasty, and it is a group of professional performers who performed with six kinds of talent: spinning plates (berna), skipping tricks (salpan), talnori (sokbogi), tightrope walking (yoreum), and puppet play (dulmi). It consists of 40 to 50 people, including four to five dungsoe, heat, beep (first-particle), low-pitch, and backers. Cheongnyongsa Temple, located in the middle of a mountain in Seowun-myeon, Anseong, became the home of Namsadangpae, and the origin of Anseong Namsadangpae can be seen as Buldanggol Sadangpae, which was sponsored by Cheongnyongsa Temple.
Anseong Namsadang Pungmul Nori consists of Yeonggi, Seonanggi, and family register, while Pungmul Jab consists of objects, buckgu and Mudong. The pungmul rhythm is based on 'Utopdari rhythm'. write powerful, delicate, slow, and fast rhythms evenly The composition of pangut consists of Insagut, Dolim Buckgu, Gopolim Buckgu, Dansan Distant, Dansan Norim Buckwheat (Yang Sangchigi), Dangsan Dolim Buckgu, Obangjin, Mudong Norim, Buckgu Norim (double-stringed white), Sadongbaeki, Gaetonggeori, Jwaupeulim, Nebaekchigi and Yisugi and Yisukim and Il.
In the early 20th century, many Namsadangpae Mogap were produced, and the pungmul of Anseong was called 'Uldari Nongak' and became the central part of Nongak in Gyeonggi Province. The Namsadangpae, which was active at the time, included Gaedaripae, Ohmyeongseonpae, Simseonokpae, Anseong Bokmanpae, Wonyukdeokpae, and Lee Wonbopae, but the actual origins of Namsadangpae are the genealogy of Baudeok, Kim Bokman, Wonyukdeok, Lee Wonbo and Kim Ki-bok.
In 1982, the Anseong Namsadang Preservation Society was established under the leadership of Kim Ki-bok, who took the Sangsoe class at the Yiwon Bopae. In 1989, he won the Presidential Award at the National Folk Arts Competition. Kim Ki-bok was designated as a holder of entertainment in 1997, but died in 2015. Since then, Sung Kwang-woo, the chairman of the conservation committee and assistant instructor for training, has been striving to perform performances and pass down the event.