Chungcheongnam-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 14 Yeonsan Baekjung Nori


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Chungcheongnam-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 14 Yeonsan Baekjung Nori +

Classification 1991.07.09
Designated date 1991.7.9
location Gim*** 
Baekjung nori refers to the fact that the servants who had been working hard on farming had a day off on Baekjung Day on the 15th day of the 7th lunar month.

It is said that Yeonsan Baekjung Nori was handed down around Yeonsan-myeon around Wangdae-ri, Duma-myeon, Nonsan, and that Kim Guk-gwang, who served as a left-wing councilor during the reign of King Seongjong of the Joseon Dynasty (1469-1494), visited the tomb on Baekjungnal and played a game at the Yeonsan Market.

Yeonsan Baekjung Nori is a reproduction of the custom of holding a ritual ceremony, discussing the reward for filial piety and punishment for the invalid, and selecting a well-fed farmhand that year.

The progress of the play leads to Gilnori Jingun, which gathers at the center of the play yard, Nongsinje, which sets up Nongsin Altar and performs exorcism pangut, and Sangbeol Madang, which punishes filial piety and unfaithful people, and awards well-fed servants. The behind-the-scenes play is exciting with nongak, and the yangban dance and the humorous dance of clowns are combined.

Yeonsan Baekjung Nori is a folk game that has been handed down from this region for more than 500 years. It is a unique folk game that wishes for the peace of the village and a good harvest, and contains the Chunghyo ideology and social hierarchy.


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