Seoul Intangible Cultural Property No.32 Pansori +
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Pansori is one of the arts of the common people, and it is a Changak that reflects the lives of ordinary people in detail. Pansori is an art of singing interestingly, mixing gestures and singing a long story that takes up to three hours to eight hours to complete with the buk(drum) accompaniment of a master singer in a yard or concert hall. It is also a musical drama in the form of a collection, and an epic drama that shows the story as a play. In 'Pan', pansori is the form of a comprehensive art in which stories, songs and acts are performed together.
On January 15, 2004, Lee Ok-cheon was recognized as the owner of Heungbo, and on January 3, 2013, Jeong Eui-jin was recognized as the owner of the Sugungga.
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