Daegu Intangible Cultural Property No.9 Salpul Dance

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Daegu Intangible Cultural Property No.9 Salpul Dance +

Classification Intangible Cultural Property
Designated date 1995.5.12
location Dong-gu, Daegugwangyeok-si
Since ancient times, Korean people held a exorcism rite to solve the bad luck of the year, where shamans improvised a dance to relieve bad energy, called Salpul Dance, Hutton Dance, mouth Dance, towel dance, and Jeokheungmu.

According to legend, Dosolga of the Silla Dynasty was regarded as a butchery and apricot, and Sinawe (Namdo Muak) was associated with the family of the four monks.

The dancer wears a hairpin with fine hair and a white skirt, and holds a white towel for stylishness and emotional expansion. He plays Sinawi on the Salpuri rhythm, but dances as accompaniment to the flute, daegeum, janggu, ajaeng, and drums.

Salpuri Dance is a dance of Namdo Dance with a long history, and Kwon Myeong-hwa continues to dance.

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