K-Cultural Heritage 1 Page > Little Korea


Everlasting Legacies of Korea

  • 2009.3.30
    designated date
    The neck piece is a traditional piece that expresses the amount and texture of wood, which is a material of sculpture. Mainly used materials include the beautiful and sound-grained paulownia, pine, fir, ginkgo, zelkova, and painting trees. The wood carving seems to have started with the introduction of Buddhism during the Three Kingdoms Period and the production of Buddhist ritual-related sculptures such as temple architecture and Buddhist statues. However, not much is said to have been lost or lost due to several wars. Yi Bang-ho, a functional holder, mainly manufactures Buddhist statues among wooden sculptures, and the characteristic of the sculptures is that they do not use sandpaper to smooth the surface of the statue, but only use a carving knife.
  • 2004.4.6
    designated date
    The amphibious landing materials that have been passed down in the Incheon area include 49jae, Baekiljae, Gisegi, Damjae, amphibious landing, Jesujae, Baekjongjae, Oewangjae, Sanshinjae, Yongwangjae, Jowangjae, Sinjungjae, and Jeseokjae, all of which are called Cheondojae.

    The difference between the Incheon landing ceremony and other regions is the sound section. While the sounds of other regions use five tones, the Incheon amphibious landing makes six sounds with the sound of Kanseong.

    Unlike other regions, there is also an earnest syllable that honors the joys and sorrows of common people and fishermen engaged in fishing. This is due to the influence of the song sung by fishermen when they are sad or excited while fishing in the sea, which is reflected in the amphibious landing materials in Incheon, showing different characteristics from other regions.
  • 2010.4.9
    designated date
    Sitting Gut is one of the Korean shamanic rites in which Gyeonggwae sits down and reads Mukyeong and gongs. It is called "Sitting Gut" or "Chungcheongdo Gut" or "Yangban Gut" because it is popular in Chungcheong-do and is especially popular among yangban.

    This seated rite originated from Maengseung of the Goryeo Dynasty, and was formed when Myeongtongsi Prehistory, a Buddhist monk of the Joseon Dynasty, was abolished and served as Dokgyeongsa Temple in the private sector as a means of living. However, at the end of the Joseon Dynasty, a seated ritual was established today as a guest of honor, not a policeman.

    Sitting Gut in Chungcheong-do is the hometown of Cheongju. So, in the past, a guest of honor from Cheongju was called to the nearest South Chungcheong Province as well as to Seoul for a sitting ritual. However, after the Korean War, the local seongut shamans who came to Cheongju were reading the book, and the contents were greatly reduced and transformed.

    Shin Myeong-ho learned sitting ritual from Kim Jong-heon, a student of Yun Chi-seok, who lived in Mochung-dong, Cheongju, and lived in Jangsa-ri, Gadeok-myeon, Cheongwon-gun. However, due to Kim Jong-heon's poor landscape, he went to Hwagwansa Temple in Baekjoksan Mountain, Cheongwon-gun, where he learned Chinese literature and Buddhist scriptures at Mt. Lee Myeong-san, and also learned Seolwisulgyeong and Mukyeong from various senior police officers who were active in Cheongju.

    Shin Myeong-ho was born in 1943 (born 1949 in resident registration) in Hwangcheong-ri, Namil-myeon, Cheongwon-gun, as the only son of Shin Man-sik and Ahn Ui-jun, and served as the head of the Chungcheongbuk-do branch of the Korean Gyeongsin Association for 10 years while living as a shaman.

    As an important activity, he was responsible for 19 years for the performance of the Mokgye Sinje Bummu, Sodumoni Yongshin Gut, and Cheongju Cheonjon Gut, and won the Gut of the Paldo Gut Contest, hosted by the Korean Gyeongsin Association. In addition, the study of Chungbuk dance was found to be one of the representative shamans of Chungbuk.Muak has been introduced to the academic world.

    Shin Myeong-ho is an adviser to the members and their disciples, usually performing ritual and military rites, and advises and instructs them on the great exorcism of the members and disciples, and reads the great scenery that they cannot read.

    Shin Myeong-ho is characterized by the fact that he does not repeat the same scriptures and relatively flexible rhythms in the large gut, as well as the Great Views including Okchugyeong, the An Taek-gyeong to pray for blessings, the congratulatory scriptures to ward off disasters, and various congratulatory texts.
  • 2020.4.9
    designated date
    Mungyeong Mojeon Deul means labor, ritual, and entertainment that have been passed down in Mojeon-dong, Mungyeong. Starting with the sound of scrotum, the sound of woodpecking, and the sound of planting mother's seedlings are composed of 10 different fields. It is preserved by the Mojeon Deul Sori Preservation Society, which was founded in 2010.

    The Mojeon Deul Sori Preservation Society was founded by 'Mojeon Jungsingi Nongak Band', which has been played since 1900 when poor farmers gathered in the area, but has been officially formed in the 1940s and continues to this day. Japanese colonial era's Nongak Band was passed down through the three great somersaults called Yangsubong and is currently being passed down to four out of five singers.

    In terms of music, melody consists mostly of the Manari Tori in Gyeongsang-do, but it has unique regional characteristics as it has unique sounds in Mungyeong, which are different from those of neighboring Sangju and Yecheon areas and different from those of Gangwon-do. In addition, the unique thinking of the local people of Mungyeong, who sublimate the bier into a daily routine of work and play beyond life and death, can also be called the unique locality of the sound.
  • 1986.4.10
    designated date
    Songdang-ri Village Festival is a village-level rite held to pray for the peace of the village by offering sacrifices to Bekjutto Manurassin, the origin of many villages on Jeju Island. It is held every year on January 13, February 13, July 13, and October 13.

    Born in Songaksan Mountain in Namsan, Seoul, Bekjutto Manurassin was a goddess of mountain meat and farming who came to Jeju Island with five grain seeds, married Sorosocheonguk, a male god of hunting and livestock, and gave birth to eight sons and 28 daughters, whose offspring spread evenly to 368 villages throughout Jeju Island.

    The village festival begins with the opening of a gate to pray for the villagers to open a newspaper so that they can hold a memorial service. The rite is held at the site and time of the rite, at the beginning of the ceremony to announce the reason for the rite and the names of those who participated in the rite, at the opening of the new palace gate, and at the beginning of the ceremony to remove bad energy from the path where the gods come down, and at the request of the invitation to invite the Jade Emperor and the Beggjutto Manura god. It is performed in the order of Poongni Nori, who dances and sings to entertain the gods, and Dojin, who tries to predict the fortune of the village, blocks the bad luck of the village, and sends back the gods who have been invited.

    Songdang-ri is a sacred place to become the "root of your faith." Songdang-ri Village Festival is a representative of the village festivals held in Jeju Island.
  • 1986.4.10
    designated date
    The Nabil-eup-ri Village Festival is a village-level rite held to pray for peace in the village by offering sacrifices to the measles god, the village guardian, and the guest god Poshin. The ritual was held in spring and autumn every year and has been held only in spring since more than 30 years ago.

    The rite begins with a total abolition of the offering to the sacrificial table. The rite is held in the order of the iron ferns, incense vessels, and memorial tablets, and the Confucian ritual method. After the ritual, the priests and participants catch the pig they used as a sacrifice and share it with them.

    The Nabil-eup-ri Village Festival is characterized by the combination of Poje, a Confucian village ritual performed by men, and Danggut, a shamanistic village ritual performed by women.
  • 2004.4.10
    designated date
    Seonhak-ri is a typical mountain village, and the seasonal customs are still well maintained until now, the mountain ritual and Jangseungje are well preserved, and rare folk games such as "Yutchigi" and "Jangchigi" are also inherited along with "gei nori."

    It has been found that Jigeonori has been handed down from the Iphyangjo, who moved to avoid the Japanese Invasion of Korea in 1592. The Jigenori is preserved in such areas as jigaeyeo, gegi pungjang, hagwaji four-legged walking, gegekotnabi, gejokdaegi janggi nori nori. Each game has been accompanied by the sounds of Manga and Taryeong the woodcutter, which sincerely convey the joys and sorrows of the common people in the mountains.

    The Jigeonori in Seonhak-ri, Gongju, is a village joint play handed down to a mountain village in inland Chungcheong-do. The original form is well preserved and the base of the village is faithful, so it is of cultural value.
  • 2008.4.11
    designated date
    The Jeolla region, where various foods are developed based on abundant products, is famous for its flavorful taste from the harmony of the ingredients. In addition, the ritual was performed according to the virtues of the "Bongjesa receptionist" during the traditional period, and the custom of treating guests generously was also observed. Although this tradition has been applied to formal and solemn ceremonial foods, it has developed with some differentiation depending on the family and region.
  • 2008.4.11
    designated date
    Seo Yong-gi of Muan, a southwestern region of South Jeolla Province, has inherited ritual food and manners from generation to generation. Seo Yong-gi was born in Icheon and was the youngest of six sons and two daughters between Seo Yeon-seop (1878-1935) and Changnyeong Jo in Geumgye-ri, Hampyeong-gun. His grandfather was very fond of ceremonial rituals and ritual foods, including octopus ororim, and the manufacture of ritual foods from his grandfather's time became a part of the family and continued for three generations with the courage of his superior (grandfather) → Yeonsub (father) → Sunseop ( uncle) →

    Unlike everyday foods, the food areas of men and women are divided into certain parts, so the table cannot be fully prepared without either side. In the case of Seo Yong-gi, he is a man and is especially well versed in ritual food. It has special features for table setting, such as ritual table setting, and ceremonial foods that require majesty, such as waste white chicken, octopus duckling, fruit goim, and making shoes.

    Among Seo Yong-gi's ritual foods, making waste white chicken and octopus orim are so unique that it is hard to find the same techniques throughout the country. Although there are ways to make the abandoned white chicken after removing its fur and boiling it with hanji, Seo Yong-gi uses the technique of restoring the inside with boiled chicken and the outside with the original fur.

    The octopus, which cuts out phoenixes, saunas, and Songhak with one octopus foot, serves as a symbol of majesty along with various ancient tombs. Unlike the usual form of expressing with a slight amount of embossing on the plane, he uses a group of cut flowers as a pedestal to make the main object straight into a three-dimensional work. The octopus, cut with delicate hand movements and artistic sense, has reached the status of the best "decorative food" in the country.

    Seo Yong-ki did not live in a foreign country, and since he introduced his functions to the world after the age of 60, he retains intact tradition. Even if it is not learned or added to the transfer process, its function is reaching a high level. The ritual food and table setting in the southwestern region of South Jeolla Province are completely passed down.
  • 2013.4.12
    designated date
    Among the Korean foods, Korean traditional sweets are snacks for dessert and are essential foods used for ancestral rites, weddings, and feasts, which are used throughout wheat, refreshments, suites, and taffy.

    Since ancient times, people in Gangneung have widely used fruit jul (sanja) or gangjeong for comas and rituals. The excellence of the craftsmanship is widely known, and the value of the ribs is great for the systematic preservation and transmission of traditional culture in that they were manufactured by traditional techniques more than a hundred years ago in Galgol Village in Nodong-ri, Sacheon-myeon, Gangneung.

    Sacheon-myeon, Gangneung-si, the holder choebongseok golmaeul to go from living through the family, has been produced in the donghae using traditional, and various sand.Utensils made using the technique are many groundbreaking, not only intact, down from generation to generation among the gentle yet unique fermentation process using an overripe.The taste of tradition with fine features, manufacturing, and a candy prepared by frying sweetened dough.
  • 1993.4.20
    designated date
    Yeongsanjae is a ritual to recreate the sermon held by the Buddha at Yeongchisan Mountain, and is the largest ritual in Buddhism for the spiritual ascension.

    The ritual procedure first involves hanging pictures of Buddha on the open air and the ordeal of bringing objects from outside the temple. After a ceremony to clean up the place where the ceremony is held, and to collect and clean the minds of the participants, a ceremony is held to offer sacrifices and make wishes to the spirits who are to be offered sacrifices and sacrifices.

    Then, he reads a congratulatory message to the people who prepared Yeongsanjae, wishing for more specific wishes. After the reading, all participants read the scriptures in a row around the temple, led by the monk who conducted the ceremony. Finally, Yeongsanjae is finished by holding a ceremony to send back the souls of the gods.

    Busan Yeongsanjae Hill has been around Tongdosa and Beomeosa Temple for a long time. The origin, composition, and procedure are unique and simple, and the composition of the composition of the dance is unique, and the butterfly dance has a slow and majestic dance and its contents. The panhandle has a wide range of rhythms, original and plain.

    Currently, Busan Yeongsanjae is striving to win and preserve the Busan Yeongsanjae Preservation Society.
  • 2011.4.22
    designated date
    The ritual for Danjong in Yeongwol, which was established in 1698 (the 24th year of King Sukjong's reign) and started in 1791 (the 15th year of King Jeongjo's reign), is a Confucian ritual held in Jangneung, and the loyalty of the food group, which began in 1791 (the 15th year of King Jeongjo's reign), was designated as the only royal tomb of Joseon.
  • 2003.4.24
    designated date
    Dangje is a village-level ritual to pray to the village guardian deity for abundance, fertility, and the well-being and prosperity of the village. This rite in Ilsan-dong takes the form of a combination of Confucian rites held at a village shrine and byeolsingut performed by hereditary dancers.

    Dongje may this, Ulsan, Korea and East Sea typical town in the coastal area of the zero more than 200 years of history, and now from lunar October 1st for three days every three years.Ilsan-dong, at ceremony organized by the jebojonhoe. In the village, Jeju is selected from among the virtuous and virtuous villagers, and the offerings are made by collecting money and valuables from each house.

    Unlike dongje in the inland area, this shrine is characterized by the fact that it is the center of byeolsingut of the hereditary dances. This rite is presided over the East Sea seseummu collective, sense of injustice that is to remove the dirt to the streets, crew safety and for a good haul of 24 such as distance the Dragon King into the street.Consisted of. The materials for this byeolsingut were published in the "Muga Collection (volume 1 to 5) in Ulsan" (1993) and "Muga (volume 1 to 12 in Korea)" (1999).
  • 2018.4.26
    designated date
    Among the Jeollanam-do ritual foods, the wedding food of Banda (Changnyeongjo) in the western part of Jeolla-do was passed down to Choi Yoon-ja, the father-in-law.

    Wedding foods include Bongchi tteok, Dongnyeosang Food (Daerye-sang), Daesang Food, Lungbaek Food, and Ibaji Food. Among them, especially waste white food is highly decorative and artistic, with both the selection of materials and ingredients, tools and manufacturing techniques following tradition.
  • 2019.4.30
    designated date
    Before the Buddhist Order is enshrined inside the pagoda, the Buddhist statue or Buddhist painting is enshrined in the pagoda, spspan class='xml2' onmouseover='up2 (1756)'onmouseout='dn2('dn2') wood related to Buddhism, such as sarira and five grains. Through this ritual, religious values are given to Buddha and Buddhist paintings of secular values and converted into objects of worship. <br />bbbr /> Since the Goryeo Dynasty, it has a tradition of more than 700 years and has a ritual of <span class='xml2' onmouseover='up2 (4532)'onmouseout='dn2()'dn2()'ass</span==spspsp<spspspspsp<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< "The Ancestral Sutra" was also highly regarded for its scriptures only in Korea, for its various, complex and systematic establishment of procedures and ritual elements, and for each detail, ideological and doctrinal meaning. <br /><br /><br /><br />* <span class='xml2' onmouseover='up2(4419)' onmouseout='dn2()'>작법(作法)</span>: 수륙재나 영산재 등에서 행하는 작법무(作法舞)와 같이 몸짓