Busan Intangible Cultural Property No. 23 Busan Gijang Ogugut

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Busan Intangible Cultural Property No. 23 Busan Gijang Ogugut +

Classification Intangible Cultural Property
Designated date 2014.1.1
location Gijang-gun, Busanggwangyeok-si
Busan Gijang Ogugut is a memorial rite (Cheondoje) for the souls of the dead. It has a family rite and a room rite, and it consists of twelve streets, from Jeongjeonggut to Siseok. The dense blend of Buddhist contents and colors, such as salt Buddha, sophora, jasam, and rhythm, has a unique characteristic that can be compared with the Buddhist ritualistic style, and shows the unique historical perspective of Koreans.

Along with the private pool of Haewon and Cheorwon, it is an important cultural and artistic heritage that provides unique characteristics of the region along with the universality of the Korean culture and arts, as it has the unique life and dance spirit of Korean shamanism, which invokes the spirit of salpuri, the extreme form of singing, dancing, and various shapes, and sends death.

Muui and Muga holders Kim Dong-eon has a clear lineage of succession, and has outstanding skills in Ogugut's unique private pool, as well as outstanding skills in Ogugut's unique private pool, while Kim Dong-ryul, a holder of musicians and Jihwa production, is paired with Kim Dong-eon in musical performance and rhythm, and is fully qualified as a holder in the production of Jihwa, Yongseon and Mugu.

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