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  • 1980.12.30
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    Byeolsingut nori is a ritual for the god of dance. It's not a family rite, but a village-wide special offer, and the martial arts organiser <span class='xml2' onmouseover='up2(141)'onmouseout='dn2('dn2(( 독) 독 독 아닌 독 아닌무무 아닌 아닌 아닌 아닌 아닌 아닌 아닌 아닌 아닌 아닌 아닌 아닌 아닌 아닌 아닌 아닌 아닌 < < < 아닌 아닌 아닌 아닌 아닌<<<< < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < 제의 제의 제의 제의 제의 제의 제의 제의 제의 제의

    It has more Gutgeori than other subjects, and has a rich collection of long-length narratives, humor, and various folk literature in its content, so it is the aggregate of oral literature and a comprehensive art of differentiation.

    In addition, the Gut features a cosmic pavilion, a spirit pavilion, a pavilions, and myths, and is skilled in the singing and dancing, providing the villagers with peace and vitality.

    Usually, Byeolsingut is performed on a village basis every three to ten years, depending on the region, but it is usually held during the New Year's, March, April, September, and October.

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    The rite is performed in the order of Jeongjeonggut, Golmegi Cheongjwagut, Dangmaegi Cheongjwagut, Hwahwagut, Sejongut, Jojogut, Seongjugut, Janggungut, Cheonwanggut, Simcheonggut, Nonddonggut, Guksugut, Gyesugut, Gyemyeongut, Yongwanggut, Talgut and Gilgut.
  • 2017.1.4
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    Ssireum (Korean Wrestling) is a traditional Korean folk sport in which two wrestlers, each holding the other’s satba (belt), strive to beat their opponent by bringing his body to the ground. Based on the Korean people’s unique community culture, various forms of the sport have handed down until today.

    As a representative folk game of Korea, the historicity of ssireum has been clearly identified through diverse relics, documents, and paintings ranging from the ancient Three Kingdoms period to the modern era. In addition, the composition of the match and the techniques of ssireum express the uniqueness of Korean wrestling.
  • 2000.1.11
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    Sedo Durepungjang is a village community game that has been played for a long time in the village of Dongsari, Sedo-myeon, 15 kilometers southeast of Buyeo-gun. Dongsari Village is a typical farming village that has been built in the form of labor-intensive farming in a large front yard facing south. In this neighborhood, when the rice paddy farming season is in full swing, there is a tradition of making dure tissue and farming, so the dure farming is called "dure_.

    Sedo Durepongjang, which is well-cooperative and co-entertainment, consists of Jilgutgut, Chilchae, Nonpungjang, Jipungjilgutgutnak, Jajinjirak, Jajinjigirak, Madangbapgariak, Dumachigarak, and Maejojirak. It has a relatively good tradition of 's Chungchungdo.

    Park San-bong, who used to be called jabber, was the center of this pavilion and passed on to Choi Jong-nam. Seo Jae-eok, Yoon Gu-byeong, and Kwon Hyeon-ju were later recognized as the owners of the pavilion.
  • 2000.1.11
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    Danan is also known as the "span class='xml2' onmouseover='up2(1058)' onmouseout='dn2()'dn2()(>>>>>>/spanan, a disease known for its red spots on the skin and swelling of the face. It is known that the disease is caused by irregularities in villages and homes, or by evil spirits or evil spirits. Men and women of all ages develop the Dan, and the Dan has a high fever of 42 degrees.

    Depending on the shape and shape of the platform, it is divided into 12 layers, including Cheongdan, Taedan, Hwangdan, Hongdan, Patdan, Pungdan, Bandan, Nokdudan, Todan, Memildan, Baekdan, and Gumok Gwangsoldan. I heard Dan's developing disease.It's called ," and when it develops, it involves acupuncture, folk remedies or anti-corruption rituals such as white porcelain and zaraffi, which are called " short-handedness".

    Nana-ri Danjapgi is a unique form of disease in which most villagers unite to treat diseases because it is effective only when many people participate and the sound resonates in Sedongne, Nana-ri.

    In the editorial, the play was related to the fall of Baekje, as it was used to defeat the Danguisin and was associated with the collapse of Baekje. It was a folk game with a great sense of tradition and history, and it was awarded the Presidential Award at the 36th National Folk Festival, and is now recognized as the holder of Lee Kyu-chan.
  • 1969.2.11
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    For the event, the village is divided into two teams: the East Team (symbolizing males) and the West Team (symbolizing females). The village will reportedly enjoy better harvest in the year if the West Team (females giving birth to children) wins.

    The tug-of-war is also called galjeon, which is associated with the use of arrowroot vines for the rope. The event had been handed down as a rite held in farming provinces south of the central area of the country. At present, it is performed as part of the March 1 Cultural Festival.

    The rope used for the event is 40 - 50m long. The diameter of the main section of the straw rope made in a year comes to larger than 1m; if you sit down on it, your legs do not touch the ground. Many thinner straw ropes are tied to the main section for people to tug. Each team makes its own rope, with the two ropes connected right before the event. The leaders of the two teams stand on the main section of the rope to give the necessary signals. Farmers’ music is played joyously to cheer for the people.

    The event is a rite held to pray for good harvest and build a spirit of collaboration among villagers based on the belief associated with dragon and snake.☆
  • 2000.2.18
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    ☆There are many traditional hunting methods, but there are records that hawk hunting - tame hawks and catch pheasants or rabbits - has been practiced in ancient Egypt and Persia for a long time. This hunting method was so popular in India that it was believed to originate in India, and was popular in China during the Yuan Dynasty.

    The hawking paintings of ancient tombs in Goguryeo, "The Chronicles of the Three States" and "The Heritage of the Three States" show that hawking has been prevalent in Korea since a long time ago.

    In Kando and North Korea, excellent hawks called Haedongcheong were produced and exported to China and Japan. Falcon hunting was especially popular among the aristocracy, and during the Goryeo Dynasty, the government office called Eungbang in charge of breeding and hunting hawks was established. Eungbang installed during the reign of King Chungnyeol of the Goryeo Dynasty continued until the Joseon Dynasty, but there was a lot of controversy over whether to exist or not due to the heavy burden on the people. The practice of hawking was widely spread to the private sector, and was practiced almost nationwide under Japanese colonial rule.

    Park Yong-soon, who had been following his father since he was young, was used to hawking. By the fifth grade of elementary school, he had already started hawking. Park Yong-soon's method of hawking and hunting has continued during his military service by raising and training hawks as a zookeeper.
  • 2007.3.23
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    It is said that hawk hunting, which was handed down as a custom in Manchuria during the Gojoseon Period, has been popular since the Three Kingdoms Period. In particular, during the Goryeo Dynasty, the government had a government office called Eungbang, which was dedicated to the hunting of hawks, and during the Joseon Dynasty, the government expanded it to provide internal responses. During the Japanese Colonial Period, it was banned because it was a unique custom of Joseon, but it was revived after liberation, but it has almost disappeared.

    The area of Baegun-myeon, Jinan-gun, has many flying animals and is a plateau area, so when it snows a lot, pheasants that feed on hawks came near the village, so hawk hunting has been prevalent for a long time.

    Now, Jeon Yeong-tae, a native of Baegun-myeon, has learned the traditional techniques of hawking and maintains his reputation as a traditional hawker.
  • 2002.4.19
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    It is a representative village in South Jeolla Province that continues the genealogy of Honam left-hando nongak, and unlike Honam Udo nongak and Namhae nongak, Jwa-do nongak has many delicate and difficult techniques due to the development of the bupo play of iron and sangsoe. And the rhythm and movement are fast and group technology is developed.

    Jukdong Nongak madangbal and dangsangut dongje eolgung, in the nearby town, starting in and day in the same town include dangsangut, and Pangut to pass the entire bout.A colorful, have a lot of events than any local farmers ' music.

    Jukdong village is a performance of several plays and social activities and the Victory through the traditions of the doing. Most of all, the Pungmul Training Center and the front yard, which are tailored for the Pungmul class, are offering lessons on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.

    Jukdong holder, the functions the big shots of Mr. bakttaeeop gichangsu and gangsundong, leading gong-player leading role in charge of the performance of.

    Jukdong performance in 1998, Cultural Festival in the southern part of our unified the many many awards at the national competition, including in and 1999, the National Folk arts Festival winner.It.
  • 2000.4.20
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    Arrow shooting is a traditional martial art or game in which one uses a bow and arrow to hit the target. Archery has been used as one of the major martial arts since ancient times, and was handed down as elegant sports or play centered around the noble family.

    Pyeonsa nori was a game of archery, with turpyeonsa, osteoporosis, Janganpyeonsa, Sarangpyeonsa, and Hanyangpyeonsa, which were divided into three grades, respectively. Among them, Jangan Pyeon Sanoori is played in one place inside the capital city and in the other with several bouncer areas on the outskirts.

    The place where archery is performed is also known as a place of activity, or a place of business, or a place of activity, and there is a pavilion in the place where there is a pavilion called "span class='xml2' onmouseover='up2 (2458)' onmouseout='dn2()'사Sajeong정/span>." During the early Joseon Dynasty, government offices managed the situation, but after the Japanese Invasion of Korea (1576-1608), King Seonjo (r. 1562) built a "span class='xml2' onmouseover='up2(3747)' onmouseout='dn2()Ounjeong정/span' to the general public. Since then, there have been many incidents in the provinces, which have become popular throughout the country, and at the end of the year, it was called "Seochon Osajeong" due to the five internal circumstances of the capital city.

    Jangan Pyeonsa Nori originated from archery, which was revived in 1994 as a 600th anniversary celebration of Hanyangcheon Stream and was designated as Seoul Intangible Cultural Heritage No. 7 (owner Kim Kyung-won, conservation organization Jangan Pyeonsa Preservation Association) in April 2000. Since October 28, 2017, there has been no holder.

    The archery of Jangan Pyeonsanol will be played by selecting a certain number of players, and the total number of arrows shot by each player in three order (five shots in one order) will be combined to form a competition.

    In addition, Jangan Pyeonsa Nori has Pungak and Gisaeng, which are played by two or three people standing side by side behind the bow-shooter to stimulate the excitement of the bowlers.

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  • 1983.6.1
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    Taekkyeon is a martial art for self-defense featuring soft movements. During the Joseon Period, ordinary people came to practice it.

    The martial art is practiced in three categories: 1. Practicing alone, 2. Defending yourself, and 3. Competition. It is characterized by concordance of movements of the body and the muscles, fluid and dynamic movements, dance-like rhythms, emphasis on defense rather than attack, and frequent use of footwork.

    Taekkyeon features fluid and natural body movements, and thus can be practiced both for healthy exercise and as a sport.
  • 1991.7.9
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    Gilsam Nori in Jeosanpal-eup, Seocheon, was a folk game about Bejagi, which was developed around the Hansan region, famous for its ramie weaving, and was mainly a domestic handcraft for women. Based on the records of "The History of the Three Kingdoms," which states that King Yuri of Silla (r. 24-57) divided the women of the royal family into wiles and gave them wine and food to the winner of the Chuseok holiday, it can be seen that there was a ssam to be served early on, and that the country encouraged them.

    Gilsam nori describes a series of processes that lead to ramie cutting, ramie cutting, ramie catching, ramie flying, ramie catching, and ramie weaving. The song is a folk song style that contains the sorrows, resignation, and longing of women. In addition, he dances to a song that praises Jeosanpal-eup, forgetting the hardships of farming, seeking harmony with his neighbors, and strengthening cooperation. At the end of the presentation, everyone dances in a circle and celebrates the village of Jangwon.

    The tradition of Gilsam Nori in Jeosan-pal-eup, Seocheon, has been passed down until recently, and women from rural areas gathered in a certain place from July to August to jointly Gil-ssam, and there is a strong nature of Dureu-like Dure, which helps each other rather than competing with each other.
  • 1991.7.9
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    Baekjung nori refers to the fact that the servants who had been working hard on farming had a day off on Baekjung Day on the 15th day of the 7th lunar month.

    It is said that Yeonsan Baekjung Nori was handed down around Yeonsan-myeon around Wangdae-ri, Duma-myeon, Nonsan, and that Kim Guk-gwang, who served as a left-wing councilor during the reign of King Seongjong of the Joseon Dynasty (1469-1494), visited the tomb on Baekjungnal and played a game at the Yeonsan Market.

    Yeonsan Baekjung Nori is a reproduction of the custom of holding a ritual ceremony, discussing the reward for filial piety and punishment for the invalid, and selecting a well-fed farmhand that year.

    The progress of the play leads to Gilnori Jingun, which gathers at the center of the play yard, Nongsinje, which sets up Nongsin Altar and performs exorcism pangut, and Sangbeol Madang, which punishes filial piety and unfaithful people, and awards well-fed servants. The behind-the-scenes play is exciting with nongak, and the yangban dance and the humorous dance of clowns are combined.

    Yeonsan Baekjung Nori is a folk game that has been handed down from this region for more than 500 years. It is a unique folk game that wishes for the peace of the village and a good harvest, and contains the Chunghyo ideology and social hierarchy.
  • 2017.8.14
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    Yecheon Cheongdan Nori, which has been handed down in Yecheon area, has a certain connection with Hahoebyeolsingut Talnori, which shows the locality of northern Gyeongsangbuk-do and provides satire about the upper class and the shamanistic dance, gestures and folk tunes. It is a popular cultural heritage that is highly noteworthy and valuable in that the only mask made with height is used in the country, and that a large fan-shaped signboard is used to fight off injustice and dance. Therefore, Yecheon Cheongdan Nori is designated as Gyeongsangbuk-do Intangible Cultural Property. However, due to the nature of the events that emphasize community awareness, the government will not recognize individual holders and designate them as intangible cultural assets centered on conservation groups.



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    Yecheon Cheongdan Nori is a rare silent drama in Korea that has been handed down in Yecheon area, and it is a representative example of an organic combination of your painting, community offers, and play. In terms of theatrical and play composition, Yecheon Cheongdan Nori expresses the spirit of the community through satire of the upper class and wishes for the well-being of the community.
  • 1971.8.26
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    Inspiration is a high-pitched word for the goblin, the Jeju dialect of the goblin. Yeonggam Nori is a type of play-gut among the shamanic rituals in Jeju Island, which is also a mask play for the goblin god, and is performed to wish for many fish to be caught or to recover from the disease.

    Yeonggam Nori is held at night after holding a memorial service in the yard. On top of the ancestral rites table, there are dishes enjoyed by the god of inspiration, such as pig head, sorghum rice cake, and soju. When one person calls the spirit after announcing the time and reason of the rite to the spirit god and the names of the participants, two shamans dressed as paper goblins, old straw shoes, old gat and gombangdae come in. Yeonggamsin is treated to sacrificial food by making a fuss over humorous conversation and frivolous behavior. At this time, a sick person sits in the yard and walks around the patient's body with a mat. After Pudak Street is over, straw boats carrying offerings are sent to sea.

    This play offers a glimpse of the people's consciousness in that it is a comprehensive art festival full of satire and humor, and is also valuable as a masquerade to find the starting point of the play.
  • 1964.12.7
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    Jongmyo Jeryeak refers to music played using dance, songs, and musical instruments when performing ancestral rites (Jongmyo Jerye) at a shrine (Jongmyo) that honors kings and queens of the Joseon Dynasty.

    In each procedure of the Jongmyo rite, a song called Jongmyo movement is sung to praise the virtues of ancestors, focusing on the music of Bo Tae-pyeong and Jeong Dae-up. While the Jongmyo Jeryeak is played, it is accompanied by a literary figure, Bo Taepyeongjimu (honor of the kings' virtues) and a martial artist, Jeong Dae-upjimu (praise of the kings' exploits).

    Jongmyo Jeryeak was originally created for use in the royal banquet in 1447 (the 29th year of King Sejong's reign), and has been handed down to this day after being repaired in accordance with the 10th year of King Sejong's reign (1464). Eleven songs by Bo Tae-pyeong and 11 by Jung Dae-up are played at the Jongmyo Daeje, which is held on the first Sunday of May every year.

    Jongmyo Jeryeak is the essence of court music, which combines instrumental performances, songs and dances of the Joseon Dynasty, and has a unique style and beauty that can not be seen in other countries while well showing our cultural traditions and characteristics.

    The National Intangible Cultural Property No. 1 Jongmyo Jeryeak is currently listed as a representative UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.