Chungcheongnam-do Intangible Cultural Property No.13, Seocheon Jeosan Pal-eup Gilssam Nori +
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Gilsam Nori in Jeosanpal-eup, Seocheon, was a folk game about Bejagi, which was developed around the Hansan region, famous for its ramie weaving, and was mainly a domestic handcraft for women. Based on the records of "The History of the Three Kingdoms," which states that King Yuri of Silla (r. 24-57) divided the women of the royal family into wiles and gave them wine and food to the winner of the Chuseok holiday, it can be seen that there was a ssam to be served early on, and that the country encouraged them.
Gilsam nori describes a series of processes that lead to ramie cutting, ramie cutting, ramie catching, ramie flying, ramie catching, and ramie weaving. The song is a folk song style that contains the sorrows, resignation, and longing of women. In addition, he dances to a song that praises Jeosanpal-eup, forgetting the hardships of farming, seeking harmony with his neighbors, and strengthening cooperation. At the end of the presentation, everyone dances in a circle and celebrates the village of Jangwon.
The tradition of Gilsam Nori in Jeosan-pal-eup, Seocheon, has been passed down until recently, and women from rural areas gathered in a certain place from July to August to jointly Gil-ssam, and there is a strong nature of Dureu-like Dure, which helps each other rather than competing with each other.