Daejeon Intangible Cultural Property No. 18 Musical Instruments (Gayageum/Pyo Tae-seon)

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Daejeon Intangible Cultural Property No. 18 Musical Instruments (Gayageum/Pyo Tae-seon) +

Classification Intangible Cultural Property
Designated date 2008.5.30
location Jung-gu, Daejeonggwangyeok-si
Gayageum is also known as Gayageum, a traditional Korean musical instrument produced and distributed since the Three Kingdoms Period. Twelve strings of silk twisted together with a gilt-bronze resonator board are tied vertically for each line.

It is used throughout Korean music, including julpungryu, Gagok accompaniment, Gayageum Sanjo, and Gayageum Byeongchang. Fortunately, there is a master craftsman who has only been working on the production of Gayageum in our city's jurisdiction, so Gayageum production is designated as an intangible cultural asset of our city in order to preserve and transfer traditional culture.

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