Jeju Special Self-Governing Province Intangible Cultural Property No.13, Jeju Big Gut +
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Jeju's Great Gut is the largest comprehensive performance in terms of size during the period when the rite is performed with "Dui-re Eleven-Hul-Gut" or "Season-Jeok-Gut." This includes both "Shingut" performed at a shaman's house and "Biggut" performed at a typical household, and contains the original form of Korean exorcism, and the wisdom of life, including the view of life, space, and nature of Jeju Island people. Both the dance, song and editorial of the gut have high cultural value, and in particular, the editorial has very high Korean literary value for medieval language study.
Lee Joong-chun, who has been engaged in military service for four generations, began to learn how to perform the exorcism at the age of 16 and is now working hard to preserve the original form of the great exorcism in Jeju, including Yeonggam nori.