Jeollanam-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 39 Jindo Sopogulgun Nongak


Everlasting Legacies of Korea

Jeollanam-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 39 Jindo Sopogulgun Nongak +

Classification Intangible Cultural Property
Designated date 2006.12.27
location Jindo-gun, Jeollanam-do
Jindo Sopo Girlgun Nongak is a cultural heritage that is still alive in the community life of Sopo Village. It maintains the original form of a village ritual on the south coast with its history, characteristics of a thief, and genealogy of Sangsoe, and is valuable as a folk art that shows its artistic and systematic composition.

Jindo Sopo Girl County Nongak Preservation Society is a community organization that has been handed down from Sopo-ri, and its performance records have been confirmed since 1922. It was established as a Sopo Girl County Nongak Band in 1964 and has been taught through various activities such as the Namdo Cultural Festival and the Yeongdeungpo Festival.

Sangsoe's genealogy leads to "Park Hak-sam, Jeong Deok-gwan, Ko Yoo-kwon, Im Hwa-chun, Im Wol-pan, Kim Hong-guk, Kim Oh-hyun and Cho Yeol-hwan," while Cho Yeol-hwan started with Sogo, and has been in charge of Sangsoe since 1995.

Seolbuk is leading to Kim Nae-sik, who was taught since he was 17 years old by Park Tae-ju, a master of Sulbuk in Jindo. For more than 50 years, it has been active as a Seolbuk of Sopo Girl's Nongak and has maintained the original form of drum dance until today.

The Lunar New Year's holiday season has led to "Kim Heung-sik, Ju Dong-ki, Park Yong-ho, Park Bong-sun, Kim Hong-bae and Hongbok-dong." Nonggi does not raise an instrument at Gutpan, wears a sangmo on the head and holds a tricolor band in both hands.

Hong Bok-dong is continuing today with the ability to produce traditional style "shaking sangmo" and a series of teasing entertainment programs.


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