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5,000 Years of Korean Soul

  • 2021.6.24
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    The Yeongnam Gyobangcheong dance performed by Park Kyung-rang was passed down through Kim Chang-hoo and his disciple Cho Yong-bae.

    The Gyobangcheong dance was centered on Kwon Beon by government officials who were scattered to the provinces after the abolition of the Gyobangcheong (an institution that was in charge of dance and singing centering on the gisaengs of the Goryeo and Joseon periods).

    It features lively upper body movements and delicate footwork.
  • 2021.6.25
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    It is a cheerful folk song of Namdo, which contains the shy hearts of virgins and the cheerful lyrics of bachelor's hearts picking camellias.

    The two young singers, Ko Young-yeol and Kim Yul-hee, will present an exciting stage where they can feel their own charms.
  • 2021.6.26
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    The song expresses Simcheong's desire to pray to the moon in order to find her father, who was sold as a sacrifice for her blind father, and to become a queen after her reincarnation.
  • 2021.6.29
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    'Hannyeo Song-Eudosana' is a song that the haenyeo used to sing while rowing when they went out of the substance or came back from work on a raft unique to Jeju Island.

    It is a song that shows the joys and sorrows of female divers who had to risk their lives to go out to sea for their families.
  • 2021.6.30
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    Composed by Park Kang-hyun
    Lyrics by Park Kang-hyun
    Kim Chang-hwan in Arrangement
    Songs such as Ko Eun-chan, Kim Yi-seo, Kim Tae-rin, Lee Jae-yeon, Lim Soo-ah, Han Woo-joo, Hong Hyo-jun
  • 2021.7.1
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    Choi Tae-Hoon; President's Award Winner at the 36th Onnara Traditional Music Competition 2016
  • 2020.7.1
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    Suyeonjangjigok is a song to pray for the longevity of the king and was used as an accompaniment to the royal court and Jeongjae during the Joseon Dynasty.
  • 2021.7.2
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    The fusion Gugak group "Vidan" will make songs about proud Korean cultural heritage, including UNESCO-registered heritage, and produce modern Gugak performances that combine documentaries and music clips.

    This song sings the story of a goblin who has been with the history of the Korean people as an absolute and friendly friend who practices the punishment of good deeds.
  • 2021.7.4
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    A dance in the sense of relieving weight as one of the folk dances.

    Drawing countless lines with towels is said to have originated from the struggle to relax the flesh in the first place, and as an art of defense, towel play is said to represent a pool of women.

    Jeong, Jung, and Dong, which are the characteristics of Korean traditional dance movements, are well-represented, and are representative traditional dances with the aesthetic elements of Korean dance, such as style, excitement, Han, and Tae.
  • 2021.7.5
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    Seowooje Sori is a Jeju folk song.

    Originally, the song was sung in Jeju Island during the exorcism of Yeongdeungpo-gut.

    In other words, it is a kind of radish.

    However, it became common and changed to a song that was sung freely as an entertainment song or while hanging steam or doing sea work.

    The editorials also include the original Yeongdeungpo-gut lyrics, and the lyrics after the transition to other activities.
  • 2021.7.6
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    The song is a reconstruction of "Frog Taryeong" that comes down to the sound of the sun in Gyeonggi Province, featuring an exquisite combination of three minutes and four minutes, and the frog Taryeong, which was introduced on the day, was performed in accordance with the band's music, unlike Kwak Dong-hyun's previous record.
  • 2021.7.9
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    The story is about Lee Mong-ryong, who became an Eosa of Chunhyangga and arrived in Namwon, visiting Chunhyang's house to meet Wolmae.
  • 2021.7.10
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    Composed by Choi Yoo-kyung
    Han Eun Line, a lyricist
    arranged by Kim Baek-chan
    Sing a song, Shin Seo-rin
  • 2021.7.11
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    a leading member of the National Gugak Center's Jeongak orchestra.
  • 2020.7.11
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    Manpajeongsikjigok is written as an annual music in the royal court of the Joseon Dynasty, meaning "Calm all kinds of waves".