National Intangible Cultural Property No. 92 Taepyeongmu


Everlasting Legacies of Korea

National Intangible Cultural Property No. 92 Taepyeongmu +

Classification Intangible Cultural Heritage / Traditional Performing Arts / Dance
Designated date 1988.12.1
location Gita
"Taepyeongmu" is a dance that expresses the peace of the country and the meaning of honoring the peaceful era. The origin is not clear, but it is known as one of the dances that Han Seong-jun, a dancer and master of the 1900s, reconstructed the Gyeonggi shamanic dance.

Men and women dress up as kings and queens to show the grandeur and splendor of the royal court style, while dance troupes are more complex and demanding than other dance troupes, such as Jinso, Nakgoong, Turbulim, and Chullpuri. Along with the change of rhythm, the techniques of treading, such as walking on the knees, walking on the knees, and bending the heels, show a flamboyant yet non-quick temperance.

The movements are delicate and elegant, and each movement is theft. The dance of the mobile Anryu is a mixture of common simpleness and aristocratic sentiment, harmonizing excitement, style, and solemnity, and the dance of the Gangseonyeongryu is solemn and solemn, and the dance of the Gangsunyeongryu is graceful and splendid, giving you a sense of elegance and splendor in the dance.

Taepyeongmu is the most artful footwork dance in Korea. It expresses the characteristics of folk dance well and is highly artistic compared to the world.


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