Muju Anseong Nakhwa Nori refers to a traditional Korean folk game in which people hang a long line of Nakhwabong Peak with charcoal powder, sageum fly, salt, and dried mugwort on the fifteenth of lunar January, before rice planting, and on the fifteenth of July, and light it up to enjoy the shape of fireworks and the sound of explosion. This is also known as 'Julbulnori,' or 'Julbulbul.'
1. Fireworks and Nakhwa games
There are earthenware, firecrackers, lotus lanterns, volcanic belt, julbul-nakhwa nori, buldan-nakhwa nori, egg fire, torchlight play, and ddakchong nori.
2. Regional Distribution of Nakhwa Nori
"Yeondeung" in Bukcheong, Hamgyeongnam-do, "Yeondeung" in Jeongju, Pyeonganbuk-do, "Nakhwa Nori" in Yeoju, Gyeonggi-do, "Fireworks" in Cheongju, Chungcheongbuk-do, "Yeondeung and Gwaneung" in Chungju, Chungju, North Chungcheong-do, "Yeonyu-Julbulnori" in Andong, North Gyeongsang Province, and "Yi-Sujeong Nakhwa Nori-dong in Haman Province" in South Gyeongsang Province, South Gyeongsang Province, South Gyeongsang Province, South Gyeongsang Province..
3. Characteristics of Nakhwa Nori in Korea
First, our country's Nakhwa Nori is distributed nationwide. Second, the performance period is held on the first day of the fourth lunar month and on the fifteenth day of the first full moon of the first lunar month. Third, the venue for the performance takes place in the village. Fourth, the organizer of the performance is the villagers. Fifth, the materials used for making are charcoal, hanji, and string. Sagum fly, mugwort, salt and sulfur are added. Sixth, according to the contents of the performance, there are various types of firework, such as firework, firework, lantern hanging from a pole and lighting it up.