Jeonbuk Intangible Cultural Property No. 2-7 Pansori (Chunhyangga, Jo So-nyeo)

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Jeonbuk Intangible Cultural Property No. 2-7 Pansori (Chunhyangga, Jo So-nyeo) +

Classification Intangible Cultural Property
Designated date 1996.3.29
location Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
Jo So-nyeo was born in Onyang, Chungcheongnam-do in 1944 and entered Pansori under renowned singer Park Cho-wol. After that, he learned pansori from Hong Jeong-taek, drew Simcheongga from Lee Il-ju, and learned Chunhyangga from Oh Jung-sook.

Chunhyangga is believed to have been created in the folktales and musical traditions scattered around North Jeolla Province, as shown by its geographical background in Namwon.

Jo So-nyeo's Chunhyangga is a continuation of Kim Yeon-soo's Chunhyangga, which was recreated by combining traditional Chunhyangga. Cho So-nyeo held a full vocal presentation of Simcheongga in 1985.

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