Guri Galmae-dong Dodanggut, Gyeonggi-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 15

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Guri Galmae-dong Dodanggut, Gyeonggi-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 15 +

Classification Intangible Cultural Property
Designated date 1995.8.7
location Guri-si, Gyeonggi-do
Dodanggut in Galmae-dong, Guri-si, is located in Guri-si, and the owner is designated as a musician, and Cho Soon-ja is designated as a no-nyeo, and Heo Jae-hoon is an assistant instructor. Although this rite uses the typical name of Dodanggut, it is mainly characterized by the shape of Danggut, a village in northern Gyeonggi Province. It is different from Danggut performed by Hwarangi in southern Gyeonggi Province.

Galmae-dong is also known as 'Galmaeul', and the rite handed down to this village is called Galmae-dong Dodanggut. Unlike Dodanggut in the southern part of Gyeonggi-do, it is led by Gangsinmu and the villagers in northern Gyeonggi-do.

It is differentiated in that it is Dodanggut. Since Jeil of Dodanggut in Galmae-dong is from March 2 to March 3 in the lunar calendar, it is related to the Spring and Autumn Period in the third lunar month.

Because Gullmae-dong Dodanggut is a village rite, it is a characteristic that all villagers attend. Such characteristics are expressed specifically by two things. The ritual of the village is to perform a rite of exorcism with the father of Dodang and the grandmother of Dodang enshrined in Seodang of Seodang. The other is the ritual of the oil price of the god of Seodang to travel around the village by a large-scale fishing event that takes the god of Dodang to Sangsuri tree or oak tree.

Gullmae-dong Dodanggut has two meanings. One is that the village's joint festival is expressed in the form of a ritual. The whole village is joined by the sacred god of the village, and the solidarity is strengthened through secular play. In addition, in the third lunar month, when farming begins in earnest, it is important to hold a festival to pray for a good harvest and pray for the guardian deity of the village.

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