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  • 2008.12.26
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    Born in Haenam, South Jeolla Province in 1949, Park Bang-geum (name: Park Geum-hee) studied Simcheongga under Kim Sang-yong, a master of the Mokpo Korean Traditional Music Center in 1960. After the promotion of Oh Jung-sook, a master of Pansori Entertainment, an important intangible cultural asset, and Seong Woo-hyang, a holder of the 5th entertainment show, possessed the fifth important intangible cultural asset. Later, in 1988, he bought the complete version of Yoo Seong-jun's body Sugungga to renowned singer Park Yang-deok and became the second master of Pansori Sugunga, an intangible cultural asset of Jeollabuk-do.

    In addition, Park Bang-geum received the Presidential Award of Daemyungchangbu at the 1st National Master Singing Contest of Jeongeupsa Temple, has been actively engaged in activities such as the activities of the National Changgeuk Company, and has recently made efforts to preserve and inherit traditional Korean music by holding the '07.3.2 Sugungga Complete Singing Presentation'.
  • 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.
  • 2018.1.12
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    Yoo Pil-moo, a native of Anseong-myeon, Chungju, has been known as the nation's best" traditional brush-making master" for more than 40 years since he entered the workshop at the age of 16.

    Yoo Pil-moo's traditional brush production method is divided into 13 major processes, ranging from screening the original wool to feeding and subtracting grasses, and in detail, a lot of effort is put into the process, which requires more than 30 courses and 250 touches.

    After the brush is finished, traditional patterns with Korean colors are added to the brush to add beauty.

    In addition, there is a marked difference from other craftsmen in the process of removing fat to make the original wool into a brush stroke, and the method of adhesion of the brush and brush strokes.
  • 2009.3.20
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    ☆Kim Sun-ja was born in 1945 in Jindo, the town of pansori, and has been studying pansori since she was young.

    In 1967, she entered the Pansori world after learning Heungbuga from Kim Heungnam. Since then, Choi Ran-soo, the second Important Intangible Cultural Property in North Jeolla Province, has taught Sugungga, Heungbuga and Chunhyangga to Cho Sang-hyun, the fifth Important Intangible Cultural Property, and Simcheongga and Chunhyangga. In addition, there have been several presentations of pansori, including the Pansori Cha-sang at the 16th Jeonju Daesaseup Nori National Competition, the Pansori President's Award in 1996, the Seoul Pansori Yupa Presentation in 1994, the Seoul Pansori Heungbo in 1998, and the Seoul Pansori Yupa Presentation in 2005.

    In particular, Kim Soon-ja has been actively engaged in activities for the development of local traditional culture and arts, including training of pansori to the general public at Mokpo Cultural Center, Mokpo Maritime University, Halla University, Jeonnam Provincial Government, Jeonnam Arts High School, and Jeju Mokgwana.
  • 2002.4.20
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    Born in Naju in 1943, Ahn Bu-deok moved to Mokpo during his childhood, graduated from Mokpo Elementary School, and continued to live in Mokpo, where he trained pansori to Shin Chi-seon, Jeong Eung-min, Kim Sang-yong, and Seong U-hyang. I learned Dongpyeonje Chunhyangga from Seong Wuhyang teacher for 6 years from 1986. In 1994, he won the Grand Prize (President's Award) at the National Pansori Master Singing Contest.

    Ahn Bu-deok has inherited the tradition of Chunhyangga, the Eastern Pyeonje of King Sejong. In particular, the rich reward and unobstructed old story of Sigimsae shows the teacher's unremitting efforts and skills, and shows off his skillful and splendid performance in the Chunhyangga, Kim's Dongpyeonje Chunhyangga.
  • 2002.4.20
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    Pansori High School is to point the rhythm to the drum according to the sound of Pansori singers.

    Born in Heungchon-ri, Bukil-myeon, Haenam-gun, South Jeolla Province, Choo Jeong-nam (1940-2019) was from a hereditary family and learned Korean traditional music arts such as Muga, Pansori and Jangdan from his parents who were engaged in growth and martial arts.

    Jeong Gwang-soo (1909-2003) of the Gwangju Gugak Center and Kim Sang-yong of the Mokpo Gugak Center from 1959 to 1961. Sugungga, Jeokbyeokga, Heungbo, etc. were learned, and he entered the wandering theater company and interacted with the people of the Korean classical music community.

    After his devotion to the high law, he was awarded the Grand Prize in 1987 and the Presidential Prize in 1996.

    Jeong Seon-nam's ancient style is characterized by both traditional and elegant posture and neat techniques. Instead of hitting 'tak' hard, he uses the state method of holding the drumstick against the drum, which is sometimes called 'haebuk'.

    Jeong Seon-nam inherited Kim Myeong-hwan's (1913-1989) posture and Mac, Kim Deuk-su's (1917-1990) editorial, and Kim Dong-jun (1928-1990), but inherited their strengths productively.
  • 2002.5.6
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    Dungme refers to a place used on a bed or on a regular basis, and is sometimes used as a supplementary material. The material is a plant called Yongsucho, which is distinguished from Wanggol, and is widely native to rice paddies or streams and wetlands in our country. A grass having a sponge-like elastic seam inside a thin, long, cross-sectional stem; also called 'bone grass'. Currently, artisans who use this grass to make various kinds of household goods are Chochojang and Deungmejang. In addition to seats, mats, cushions, and other household items such as copper and hap, the red pepper paste and grasshopper are the master craftsmen who produce accessories.It is known that the term dungme is derived from the use of thimble and the addition of a buoy to the back for elasticity.

    The curtain of the cart used the zodiac sign for the Three Kingdoms Period.There is a record of " and <Intuition조 had a government office called Seokjeon, indicating that there was a craftsman who had been professionally making the position.

    In Goryeo, the emissaries of Huto and Hujik, who were Sajiksin, were laid on the throne, while the royal family used the stone, stone, and stone of the gate, stone, and stone of the flower gate. Buksong's envoy Seo Geung is very soft in "The Goryeo Sutra" (the product of Goryeo) and does not go bad even when folded or bent. It is excellent that black and white mixes together to form patterns and cover the bed.It was of such excellent quality that it was called " that it was also used as a trade product with a foreign country.

    During the Joseon Dynasty, there were seals and stone seals at the <Gyeongguk Daejeon전 factory, with eight seals in Jangheung High School and a total of 338 foreign factories in Hasam Island alone. When the governor was dispatched to China, it was an excellent specialty, as many as 124 Hwamunseok at once. Wanggol products such as Animation Stone, Cartoon Stone, Cartoon Stone, Yongmun Stone, Hwamun Stone, Japchae Moon Stone, and Chaehwaseok were used by the royal court and upper class.

    It is said that the dungme was divided into a white stone and a patterned hwamunjang. After putting a blade on the mat frame, it is Baekseok who scores a goal with a needle between the days and squeezes it into the body twice, left and right.A pattern is placed on a white stone and a blank space is used as an inner space to support the fossil, while the edges are decorated with blue, black, purple, and brown cloth according to the color of the pattern on the background.

    The types of patterns include characters such as Subokgangnyeong, geometries, and flower designs, most of which are surrounded by a border and have central patterns in the center. Various colored water plants are needed to insert the pattern. White is used by trimming and trimming Maeryeongcho, and is the basic color along with blue, red, black, and back. In recent years, various colors, which are frequently used, are used by dyeing water plants directly, but water plants are difficult to dye compared to fabric. There is a way to expose or hide the slope when making a seat, and the front one is called Nogyeongsojik and the back one is called Nogyeong Secretly. Naturally, it was considered to be excellent due to its meticulous workmanship and high density.

    Choi Heon-yeol was recognized as the holder on April 23, 2002 and became the honorary holder on August 10, 2017.

    ※For more information on the above cultural assets, please contact the Seoul Metropolitan Government Department of Historical and Cultural Heritage (☎02-2133-2616).
  • 1969.9.27
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    Seodo-sori refers to folk songs and japga, which were handed down in Hwanghae-do and Pyeongan-do provinces (Seo-do areas), and the exact timing of when the song began to be sung is unknown.

    Seodo-sori is composed of Pyeongan-do folk songs, Hwanghae-do folk songs, Seodo japga, a poem reciting Chinese poems, and Baebangi-gut, which has a dramatic composition.

    In Pyeongan-do folk songs, there are water-seam-ga, woven water-seam-ga, gin-ari, jaja-ri, and Anju-ae-seong. The most famous water-seam-ga is the water-seom-ga, which recited the sorrow as a complaint when the people of Seodo-gun were blocked from public office since the early Joseon Dynasty.

    Pyeongan-do's sound generally consists of five notes: re, mi, sol, la, and do, which form the framework of melody by going down a full five degrees from the shaking sound 'la'. In general, the editorial is long and the rhythm is not constant, so it is characterized by proper arrangement of the editorial.

    In the folk songs of Hwanghae-do, there are Ginnanbongga, Jajeonnbongga, Byeongsinnanbongga, private Nanbongga, Sanyeombul, Jajinyeombul, and Monggeumpotaryeong, which are famous for their nangbongga and wildfires.

    The sound of Hwanghae-do represents the general melody of Seodo, along with the sound of Pyeongan-do, but it is slightly different in terms of its melody progress. Pyeongan-do also has a certain rhythm compared to folk songs, and is bright and lyrical.

    Seodo japga is a sit-down sound that opposes the introduction of Seodo, and there are Gongmyeongga, private Gongmyeongga, Chohanga, Jejeon, and Chupung Gambyeolgok, among which Gongmyeongga is famous. Seodojapga has a long editorial, and the rhythm is irregular according to the embroidery of the song. There is something in common that ends with a deep-seated attitude when closing the end.

    The rhythms of Seodo sound, commonly called "Sushimgatori," are usually played from the top, the top notes are dropped, the middle notes are shaking violently, and the bottom notes are stretched straight, making it sad to sing these sounds in a relaxed.

    The singing style of Seodo Sori is a bit unique, but since there are Sokcheong and Bongcheong, Sokcheong uses a sound that is pulled with the inner voice and the head and the back of the main office.

    Baebangi Gut is a music that is often compared to pansori in Namdo, and a singer narrates Baebangi's story in a humorous way by mixing folk songs, radish songs, and jaedam based on Seodo's basic musical grammar in line with Janggu's accompaniment.

    Seodo-sori is a sound that has been handed down by the people of Seodo, who have been living in a harsh climate adjacent to the continent, along with the northern immigrants, and their living emotions are also well reflected in the songs.
  • 1996.10.14
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    Pansori refers to a singer who intertwines a long story by mixing a spear (sound), a horse (anirli), and a gesture (a shape) in tune with the rhythm of a drummer (a (a drummer).

    Pansori was famous for its eight famous pansori singers from around 1834 (r. 1800 to 1834). The rhythms and tunes of the pansori were developed as they are today. The pansori was divided according to regions such as Dongpyeonje (Northeast of Jeolla Province), Seopyeonje (South Jeolla Province), and Jungdongje (Gyeonggi Province and Chungcheong Province).

    Among them, the sound of Dongpyeonje passed down from Song Heung-rok to Song Gwang-rok, Park Man-soon, Song Woo-ryong, Song Man-gap, and Yoo Seong-jun was loud. The sound of Dongpyeonje is composed of a thick, grand ornamentation that uses a lot of the tune of Useong, one of the five tones, and makes the voice heavy and the tail of the sound short.

    At the time of Pansori, the length of one yard was not that long, so the number of pansori twelve madangs was high, but now only Chunhyangga, Simcheongga, Sugungga, Heungbo, and Jeokbyeokga are handed down because of the five pansori or five batangs of Pansori.

    Heungboga is one of the five pansori yards and is also called Baktaryeong. Heungbo, a poor and good brother, fixed the broken swallow leg and planted the gourd seed that the swallow had brought to him to become rich. Nolbo, a generous and greedy brother, broke the swallow leg and planted the gourd seed that the swallow had brought, and made a pansori of the story that the pansori tells the story.

    Park Jeong-rye, whose Dongpyeonje Heungbo was designated as a holder of entertainment, came from a traditional pansori family that had been associated with pansori since her grandfather's generation, and spent her entire life with pansori. Currently, Suncheon Gugak Center is training its students for the victory of Heungboga, the Dongpyeonje.
  • 1999.10.18
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    Hwagak craft refers to crafts or techniques used to decorate the back by grinding iron horns thinly and drawing patterns. The artisan who works in hwagak is called hwagakjang. Hwagak crafts are unique characteristics of Korean crafts, which are not found in other countries, and show the characteristics of Korean woodcraft along with lacquerware. The origin is unknown, but the shell of a tortoise with similar characteristics was used during the Goryeo Dynasty's Najeonchigi, and the traces of the tortoise were evident after the late Joseon Dynasty.

    Hwagak uses a ventriloquism technique that boils the horns of a bull aged 3 to 5 and spreads them in half to make a flat surface, then stirs them thin enough to show the back, drawing a pattern on the back. Not only does the complexion preserve the color well, but the color is also deeper, enhancing the quality of the craftwork. Each piece of the pattern is attached with a glue on the skeleton, and the cow bones are cut between the pieces to fix the boundary. However, it is not easy to preserve them because of the elasticity of the cones, which were originally cones, over time. Therefore, the process of preparing materials was complicated and cumbersome, and expensive, so it was used by the royal court and the minority ruling class.

    The late Eumilcheon and Lee Jae-man were designated as national intangible cultural assets, while the late Han Chun-seop (1949-2015) of Gyeonggi-do was the only holder of the local incinerator. Han Chun-seop learned the art of painting by entering the Najeonchigi, and then learned the art of painting again under Eumilcheon. Currently, his son, Han Ki-duk, has been designated as an assistant instructor and is working hard to pass down his skills.
  • 2004.10.21
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    Small pasture refers to a craftsman who manufactures furniture, windows, etc. used in the inner rooms of a house, palace, temple, etc. built by a master craftsman, and refers to a carpenter who produces furniture for use in love rooms, main rooms, and kitchens.

    Most trees are available for use in the materials of the small trees, but depending on the characteristics and use of traditional furniture, they are mainly used for necrotic, leather, paulownia, jujube, pine, stone pear, sopae and ginkgo trees.

    Due to the abundant forest resources of Jirisan Mountain and the influence of the 12th Dortrune, which was established under the control during the Japanese Invasion of Korea in 1592, Jinju and Tongyeong have long been famous for their statues, jang, nong, or najeon-chigi, so they made and served various kinds of furniture such as hams and jangs used in palaces.

    With the development of civilization and the transformation of furniture into various forms, the tradition of craftsmanship has continued to this day. Jeong Jin-ho (2004), Kim Dong-gu (2012), and Jo Bok-rae (2016) are designated as functional holders for small pastures in Gyeongsangnam-do.
  • 2016.11.11
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    The owner of Ko Yun-hak is a master craftsman who has learned and mastered traditional Buddhist woodwork at the site, and has a foundation and a foundation for practicing Buddhist wood carving techniques, including the restoration of traditional Buddhist and bodhisattva statues and the production of maimed tools in traditional ways, as well as a foundation for mastering and practicing Buddhist wood carving techniques.