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  • 1995.6.30
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    There were three Jisos in Cheongsong that produced paper as a traditional process: Jisori in Andeok-myeon, Misa-ri in Pacheon-myeon, and Jungpyeong-ri. Gamgok Village in Singi 2-ri, Pacheon-myeon, Cheongsong-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do has long been known as a paper village because of its many oak trees and clear water.

    By the 1920s, more than 20 households in this village produced hanji, and residents who did not make a living also made it a side job. However, the supply of glass windows drastically reduced the demand for glassware, and modernized various rituals used mainly for hanji, resulting in a sharp drop in the consumption of hanji, which greatly reduced the Hanji battle.

    In such a difficult situation, Yi Sang-ryong, the holder of the Seondae function, moved to Songgang-ri to continue his family business, which began on the day of his transfer from the source of the Five Dynasties, and was designated as Gyeongsangbuk-do Intangible Cultural Heritage No. 23 Cheongsong Hanji.

    His eldest son, Lee Ja-seong, is currently serving as the owner of the Cheongsong Hanjijang function, taking over the family business. Samchejeong Pavilion, the ritual house of the Byeokjin Yi Clan in Gamgok Village, Shin Ki-ri, is the ritual house and pavilion of the three brothers, Lee Seok-il, Gamcheon Lee Jae-il and Seokcheon Lee Hyang-il, who started the family business.

    Recently, the demand for traditional Korean paper has been increasing due to the use of hwaseon paper, possession, books, and wallpaper used by painters. Yi Ja-seong, the holder of the function of Cheongsong Hanjijang, Gyeongsangbuk-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 23, does not use imported mulberry trees, but collects and uses raw materials from the area of Cheongsong-gun, the birthplace of the mulberry tree, and Yecheon Yonggung.

    Lee Ja-seong not only built 6,000 square meters of mulberry field near the workshop, but also created Cheongsong Hanji Experience Center to spread Cheongsong Hanji
  • 2001.6.30
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    Anseom Danggut is a type of Punggeogut that wishes for the well-being of the village and a good harvest of fish. It is said that it began about 350 years ago, although the literature does not tell the exact origin.

    Anseom Island in Songak-myeon was originally an island in the northwest of Dangjin-gun, but it became a land-based reclamation project. Fishermen here held a ritual to pray for safety and a good harvest before going fishing. Every year from the first day of the first lunar month, Danggut is held on the first day of the first day of the first day of the first lunar month, and every other year, 제로span class='xml2' onmouseover='up2 (1206)'onmouseout='dn2(()대대대대 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어小小小小小小小 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 나누어 Soje is held in the form of spspan class='xml2' onmouseover='up2(1103)' onmouseout='dn2()'dn2()>Danggut 참여하는/spanan, in which shamans participate during the Daeje.

    The structure and character of the Anseom Dangje are the most representative of the community faith in the fishing village on the west coast, and the folklore meaning and value are very great.
  • 1987.7.1
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    This ritual is held biennially in Tongyeong and Geojedo Island to pray for the peace of the village and abundant fish. This ritual features the exorcist’s beautiful songs and inclusion of buk (drums) among the accompanying instruments. Unlike its cousin held in villages along the East Coast, this one is carried out in a serious atmosphere with few gags exchanged between the exorcist and music players or in the narratives. In some instances, spectators and drummers act out a play in the middle of the ritual.

    The exorcist’s dance performed along with the ritual in most cases is rather simple and monotonous. Cheongsinak (music to invoke the deities) and Songsinak (farewell music to the deities) are performed respectively at the start and end of the ritual, to the accompaniment of daegeum (bamboo flute).

    This ritual has little entertainment value and involves not many narratives, but it goes long on the depth of belief in deities.
  • 2000.7.1
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    Jigyeongdajigi refers to the work of building a new house. It is a cooperative labor where the people of the neighborhood gather together, and it contains a sense of chasing and blessing disasters. Sangnoji jigyeongdajigi can be seen as originated from the traditional life of agricultural society beyond the simple meaning of turdajigi.

    The Cheorwon Sangnoriji Gyeongdajigi can be divided into three fields: ritual, jigyeongdajigi, and yeoheung nori. Proposal is a shamanistic ritual that aims to prevent the anger of the intellect that can be caused by touching the ground before engaging in a war of nerves. Jisin is active only at night, so he lights a torch in the evening, and the owner becomes Jeju, reads a congratulatory message and performs a rite. After the ritual, people who participated in the jigyeongdajigi put the jigyeongdol in the middle and hold the jigyeongjipjari line and strengthen the site. As you iron out the horizon, you sing the labor songs of the jigsaw and phlegm, and the first paragraph of the song is about the origin of the region, the environment of the house, the history of the landlord, and so on, and so on, improvising according to the circumstances. When the jigyeong daggi is over, it leads to a play of entertainment and plays with alcohol and food until late at night.

    The Cheorwon Sangnori Gyeongdajigi offers a glimpse of the traditional folk culture and tradition of agricultural life.
  • 1999.7.1
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    General Nam Yi was born in 1441 (the 23rd year of King Sejong's reign), passed the military service at the age of 17, defeated Yi Si-ae's orchids and Yeo Jin-jok at the age of 26, but was beheaded at the young age of 27 due to Yu Ja-gwang's slander. The Nami General Military Party (NAMI) is a ritual held every year after building a shrine about 300 years ago to console the general's spirit and honor his loyalty, feeling sorry for the loss of his life due to the dew of his prison sentence. On October 1, the festival was held to celebrate the eve of the festival, and residents were relieved of their worries, worries, and well-being, which naturally cemented the local folk religion.

    When Nami General's Sadang Festival begins, geolippae visit each house with Nongak and pay for the rite. Rather than simply a geolip of a nongak band, it is a religious ritual that corresponds to village dolgigut, in which a shaman participates to pray for each house. In the past, Danggut used to serve flowers as a ritual for spirits that brought them to the main hall, but now it has developed into a flower lantern event, marching from the Dangjip in Sancheon-dong to the shrine and holding a ritual at the shrine. The Nami General Military Party is held as a ritual ceremony in accordance with the ritual music of musicians, followed by a shaman rite, which is similar in form to the Gangneung Danoje Festival and the Eunsan Byeolsinje Festival. However, the general procession is actually equivalent to a journey to the village of God by taking a walk around the village with a new flower.

    In the midst of the disappearance of village ritual in modern times, the Sadang Festival in Nami-gun is meaningful in that it preserves its original appearance, and it has become a festive village ritual with active cooperation and participation from residents.

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  • 1987.7.2
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    The sound of Dadaepo's hoo-ri is a labor song sung by the beach while hoo-ri-jil for anchovies, accompanied by the movement according to the sequence of work. Singing individually or collectively as one of the folk songs, the song may vary depending on the region.

    Dadaepo Huri is a pre-release style in which one person sings a song and several others sing it. The story is about the sound of carrying a net into a fishing ground and loading it onto a boat, the dragon-king ritual, the rowing of a fishing boat, the sound of fishermen singing while pulling a string of rice from both sides, the sound of a net that they sing while picking a net, and the sound of a lyric that they sing while carrying anchovies into a storage container.

    Dadaepo Huali is a folk song with characteristics of this area, and it reproduces and preserves the words and methods required to catch anchovies, and has high folk, musical, and cultural value. Currently, the Dadaepo Hoorisori Preservation Society is striving to win and distribute the song.
  • 1991.7.9
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    Punggeoje refers to a ritual ceremony to prevent various accidents in the sea in the fishing village where the sea is a living place and to pray for the peace of the village and the good fish. In the first month of the lunar year, a ritual is held to pray for the peace of the village and the good fish for two days on the 2nd and 3rd.

    As for the origin of the Bunggi Punggeoje, it was said that on a foggy night in the present-day Hwangdo Dangsan, the ships lost their course and were safely returned home, building a shrine house, holding a memorial service, and considered sacred. Jeju, which is responsible for the ceremony, is elected as an unrighteous person for a year, and the offering is made by catching and using an unrighteous cow from the east, but pigs are not raised or eaten in the village because they are in conflict with snakes that are held as gods.

    On the first day, the Bungi Punggeo Festival began with a ritual for oxen as a sacrificial offering, praying for the blessings of families in each village with Segyeonggut, and praying for the well-being of the entire village and a good harvest at Bongut. At the end of the first day, each shipowner gathered at the port was given a ceremony in which he was possessed by the spirit of his ship. On the second day, each shipowner and crew member perform a ceremony to quickly load the offerings used in the rite and a boat race in which the boat is placed first, and perform a rite on each ship. Finally, fishermen sing the Pung-eo-taryeong of Bungi to Nongak and eat the prepared food and have a good time.

    The Hwangdo Bungi Punggeo Festival is more like a religious ceremony involving the entire village, rather than a simple festival, and its original form remains well-preserved, and is passed down as a folk game to strengthen the harmony and cooperation in the village.
  • 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.
  • 2010.7.9
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    Wood carving is a piece that expresses the texture and texture of wood based on wood. It is estimated that the beautiful and sound texture of paulownia, pines, fir trees, ginkgo trees, zelkova trees, and painting trees were used as materials, and the origin of this sculpture was that Buddhist statues related to Buddhist rituals such as temple architecture and Buddhist statues began to be produced during the Three Kingdoms Period.

    Since entering Buddhist sculpture in 1975, Ha Myung-seok, who holds the function of traditional Buddhist sculpture after receiving a five-year history of Buddhist monk Cheongwon, the current Gyeongsangbuk-do cultural heritage expert, acquired the qualification for cultural heritage repair in 1989 and has also been engaged in cultural property repair work such as repairing the wooden coffin statue of Bodhisattva in Beopjusa Temple.

    Each temple receives orders from each temple every year to produce woodblocks and woodwork paintings, and continues to carry on its functions. In 1989, it obtained the qualification as a cultural heritage repair technician and engaged in the repair of cultural assets (wood carving) and contributed to the preservation of cultural assets.
  • 1997.7.14
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    Gotchanggut in Oepo-ri is one of the Dodanggut that wishes for the prosperity of the village, such as Jeongpo Village, which focuses on fishing, and Daejeong Village residents, which focuses on agriculture, are well-farmed and many fish are caught.

    Dotchanggut is a representative West Coast Punggeoje that honors General Im Gyeong-eop. Just as a hero who died unjustly like General Choi Young became shamanistic, Lim also serves as an early fishing god along with the legend that he caught a young flag on Yeonpyeong Island and fed the sailors full on his way to China to avenge himself.

    Although it is a tradition to hold Gotchanggut in Oepo-ri every two or three years for three days at the beginning of the second lunar month, it was said that it was more frequent or delayed depending on the circumstances of the village. There is a small drumstick that cannot be seen in other Pungoje, and the order of the rite, unlike the order of the other places, is first greeted with water and then followed by well-mulgut and Danggut.
  • 1998.7.21
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    Sandi Village Tapje is one of the folk beliefs that pray to the village's Daedongsin for the well-being and good harvests around the fifteenth day of the first lunar month. At the entrance to Sandi Village, there is a pair of stone pagodas called Grandfather and Grandmother pagodas, which serve as a deity for protecting and protecting the village.

    The Jeju Island (the person in charge of the rite) of the Tapsinje in Shandy Village is called Gongyangju, and is determined by the people who are virtuous and not unclean. Until the day of the memorial service, the people of the village and the people who hold the memorial service stay away from injustice. On the 14th day of the first lunar month, a gold cord was placed at the entrance of the village to prevent injustice. In the evening, they play pungmul, serve Nonggi, and perform Nongsinje and Yongwangje to pray for a good harvest. He then goes to the pagoda to pray for the peace of the town and holds a memorial service. When the mountain god hears the sound of mountain cry in response to the mountain god's response after the stupa festival, he bowed to the mountain and had fun all night long.
  • 2012.7.23
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    Beopseongpo Danoje is a traditional folk festival held annually around Dano, or the fifth day of the fifth lunar month, in the Beopseongpo area of Yeonggwang-gun, Jeollanam-do.

    During the Joseon Period, Beopseongpo was one of the major trading areas on the Korean Peninsula due to the presence of a warehouse for storing tax grains and a famous seasonal fish market selling yellow corvinas. Thanks to these favorable social and economic circumstances, a large open-air market usually opened whenever the fish market was held, and a local folk festival naturally developed in this area as a result.

    The festival features diverse programs related to the well-preserved characteristics and traditions of the Beopseongpo area, such as the dragon king ritual held for fishermen’s safety, women’s boating, and artistic competitions in the nearby forest.
  • 1984.7.25
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    Nongak is the music played by farmers when they squeeze their dure and play percussion instruments such as kkwaenggwari, Jingo, Jango, and drum. According to the purpose of performing nongak, the types can be divided into Dangsan Gut, Madang Bapgi, Gulip Gut, Duregut, Pangut, Kiuje Gut, and Baegut. If classified according to regional characteristics, they are divided into Gyeonggi Nongak, Yeongdong Nongak, Honam Jwado Nongak, Gyeongnam Nongak, and Gyeongbuk Nongak.

    It is said that Gosan Nongak has been practiced during a village ritual on the fifteenth of lunar January every year since the time of the village's development. The process of nongak is led by farming tools, and the road hawks, led by gong, drum, janggu, sangmo, and japchaek, which run lightly to the place where nongak is performed, and the dungdeokgungungung, which turns clockwise by making a Taegeuk pattern, turns round a circle and draws two concentric circles according to the direction of sangsoe, and dances according to the rhythm of sangsoe.In the order of , the players of the same musical instrument come out to play in the middle of the circle and play Beopgo play.

    The characteristic of Gosan Nongak is that it maintains its native and deep-rooted nongak without losing its traditional beauty, and that there is a chicken-throwing yard that is not found in other nongak nori.
  • 1998.7.25
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    Seolwi seolgyeong, also known as seolgyeong, refers to the place where the ritual site of "span class='xml2' onmouseover='up2 (1979)' onmouseout='dn2()d Beopsa Temple( is decorated with paper.

    In order to create a snow scene site, it is made by cutting off the images of the deity, bodhisattva, amulets, and flower patterns. This is not just a decoration of the exorcism hall, but a tool to trap ghosts. It is made by cutting or cutting a window paper with scissors or knives. The dice is a mixture of red minerals that can be used to write the name of a spirit, draw pictures, and add talisman. Snowpiercer is sometimes divided into large and single snowscapes according to their size. In the past, snowstorms were distributed throughout the country, but now only in Chungcheong-do, and are mixed with the so-called "Sungut" in other regions.

    Seolwi Seolgyeong was designated as an intangible cultural asset to preserve the folk belief and traditional culture.
  • 2007.7.27
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    The origin of Gochang Ogeori Dangsanje has long been maintained as the village guardian mountain of a natural body built in five rooms to fill the empty space of Gochang, but in the late Joseon Dynasty (1790s), due to the devastating flood damage in Jeolla-do, <span class='xml2'onmouse='up2(5875out') on on on on on on on on on on on====================================================The low-lying Dangsan in the streets, Zhuang, and Hageori has been completed.

    In addition to its significance as a target of village belief, it is also famous for its feng shui collective religious pictorials of the town, which are the only family shrine in the country. The Ogeori Dangsanje Preservation Society has reproduced the five-way Dangsanje Festival and Daeboreum folk games every year to protect the tradition and promote the pride of the residents.