Gyeongsangbuk-do Intangible Cultural Property No.42 Yecheon Cheongdan Nori +
||Intangible Cultural Property / Traditional Play and Martial Arts / Play
<Reason for Designation>
Yecheon Cheongdan Nori, which has been handed down in Yecheon area, has a certain connection with Hahoebyeolsingut Talnori, which shows the locality of northern Gyeongsangbuk-do and provides satire about the upper class and the shamanistic dance, gestures and folk tunes. It is a popular cultural heritage that is highly noteworthy and valuable in that the only mask made with height is used in the country, and that a large fan-shaped signboard is used to fight off injustice and dance. Therefore, Yecheon Cheongdan Nori is designated as Gyeongsangbuk-do Intangible Cultural Property. However, due to the nature of the events that emphasize community awareness, the government will not recognize individual holders and designate them as intangible cultural assets centered on conservation groups.
Yecheon Cheongdan Nori is a rare silent drama in Korea that has been handed down in Yecheon area, and it is a representative example of an organic combination of your painting, community offers, and play. In terms of theatrical and play composition, Yecheon Cheongdan Nori expresses the spirit of the community through satire of the upper class and wishes for the well-being of the community.