Geomundo Boat Song - Intangible Cultural Property of Jeollanam-do No. 1 +
||Intangible Cultural Property
Geomundo Boat Song is a labor song sung by fishermen in Geomundo Island, South Jeolla Province, while catching fish. The accompaniment instruments include drums, kkwaenggwari and janggu, and when the seon-sori-kkun picks up the sound, other sailors sing in the form of a backstitch.
The song differs depending on the work, so there are many kinds of boat songs, and the spirit and emotions of the simple and powerful fishermen are shown.
- Sulbi sori: A song that is sung while twisting a rope used on a boat.
-Gosa sori: Songs sung to the Dragon King to pray for wealth before the ship leaves
-Not sori: a song sung while rowing an oars.
-Wallae sori: Songs to sing when pulling a song
-Garae sori: a song to sing when drawing up meat
-Sseol sori: a song that you sing when you come home full.
Geomundo Boat Song is composed of unique rhythms and languages as the local dialect lingers. It is also a song that shows regional characteristics and has a unique aspect that is not mixed with other local boat songs, but continues to be purely traditional and cannot be found anywhere else.☆