Jeonbuk Intangible Cultural Property No. 2-8 Pansori (Jeokbyeokga, Sung Joon-sook)

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Jeonbuk Intangible Cultural Property No. 2-8 Pansori (Jeokbyeokga, Sung Joon-sook) +

Classification Intangible Cultural Property
Designated date 1996.3.29
location Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
Born in 1944, Sung Joon-sook entered Pansori by learning the Sugungga from the master singer Im Bul-i. After that, I learned Chunhyangga and Simcheongga from Ju Gwang-deok, Yi Il-ju, and Oh Jeong-suk.

Sung Joon-sook succeeded Kim Yeon-soo's "Jeokbyeokga," which was a re-creation of the "Jeokbyeokga" of the Dongpyeonje, Yoo Seong-jun.

Since 1987, Heungbo has held a full singing presentation at Jeokbyeokga, Sugungga, and won the grand prize at the Pansori Festival in Namwon in 1985 and at the Pansori Master Singing Contest in 1986 and the Jeollabuk-do Cultural Award in 1991.

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