The Seoyong Pomegranate Daegeum Sanjo was handed down following Han Ju-hwan and Han Beom-su, who followed the tradition of the Park Jong-gi Daegeum Sanjo.
The Seo Yong-seokryu Daegeum Sanjo, composed of various group changes and well-organized rhythms, has become a favorite of those who want to feel the musicality of Sanjo.
In addition to the melodic aspects, the meticulousness of the rhythm composition and the janggu rhythm are characteristic of the Seoyong Pomegranate Daegeumsanjo.
If you play the Seo Yong-seokryu Daegeum Sanjo for a long time, it takes more than an hour to play Jinyang, Jungmori, Jungjungmori, Jajinmori, Oomori, and Dongsalpuri.
In today's performance, Jinyang-Jungmori-Jungjungmori-Jajinmori will be played.
Jinyang is a place where visitors can appreciate the beauty of the group's transformation into Ujo and Gyemyeonjo. Jin Yang-man's melody is well illustrated by the echo of Cheongui.
Jungmori often comes out in a paper form in the middle of the song, so it's simpler and more cute than revealing a big stem.
The Ujo section of the main building in the early part of Jungjungmori has a magnificent and magnificent beauty. Even a small gourd is delicately displayed, adding to the beauty of tension and relaxation, as if listening to a cinawi.
Jajinmori is the most Pansori-like part of the Seoyong Stone Pond Daegeum Sanjo. It is often used to build up the tune step by step to create tension, and to relax the beat by stretching the beat, and to find the beat again to make it tense.