Gyeongsangnam-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 38 Masanseong New Great Festival

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Gyeongsangnam-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 38 Masanseong New Great Festival +

Classification 2016.05.04
Designated date 2016.5.4
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In Masan Happo, there was a jochang that continued to the Goryeo and Joseon periods. The village, which was developed based in Jokchang, became more prosperous with the opening of the port, and the city developed rapidly. The development of the city and the characteristics of the jokchangji developed a lot of entertainment entertainment entertainment, and the safety of the navigation and navigation of the ship became the conditions of the residents' lives, thus generating the corresponding faith.



In 1894, due to the abolition of Cho Chang, the Seongsin Daeje, which lost its foundation for victory, was temporarily suspended. Then, in 1904, there was a disaster of a heavy rainstorms in Masanpo. As a result, Sungshin Daeje, which was led by a group of fish market visitors, was revived as a market system from 1905.



During this period, a new fishing market was established, and a folk rite called "Byeolsindaegi" was held.Since then, the Holy Spirit Daeje failed to maintain its status as a regional festival, and only the system was maintained around the Suhyup Brokerage Association. Originally, the system was mediated every five years and periodically implemented every ten years. Currently, only the basic form is maintained every year.



In 2006, the Masan Cultural Center promoted the succession and preservation of the Holy Spirit as part of a project to excavate local culture, and now the Seongsin Daeje Preservation Association has formed and succeeded it. The foundation of the great empire was based on the articles of The Jung-gu Ilbo in 1928, the Masan Ilbo in 1954, and the oral materials of Kim Jun-yeong, the last high priest in 1954.

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