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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.