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5,000 Years of Korean Soul

  • 2021.2.11
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    Ujo Isudaeyeop_ This is the most representative song among the 'Gagok' which was listed as UNESCO's World Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2010, and the 43-character poem is sung in a long breath of about 10 minutes.

    This song was widely sung in the royal court and upper-class during the late Joseon Dynasty, and it features a well-made style with orchestral accompaniment.

    Gayageum Song In-gil, Geomungo Lee O-gyu, Daegeum Kim Eung-seo, Flute Kim Kwan-hee, Haegeum Kim Ki-dong, Janggu Park Moon-gyu☆
  • 2021.2.11
    The day of the show day.
    YeotTaryeong was sung to the sound of scissors to promote Yeot (Korean hard taffy) and attract customers while selling Yeot (Korean hard taffy).
  • 2021.2.12
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    ☆ Collecting pieces of memory that have been broken into pieces over time.

    Is it me who tries to turn away from the truth of 'Everything is bound to be forgotten'?

    Making a picture by collecting pieces of memory one by piece, the picture that might be scattered again...
  • 2021.2.13
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    ☆Cheolhyeongeum(CHG) was designed by Kim Young-chul, a master of Namsadangpae in the 1940s. It is played by pulling or tearing off eight iron strings with a bar.

    It has a strange sound like a combination of Geomungo, Gayageum, or Western guitar.

    Yoo Kyung-hwa, who played as a geomungo player and changed her direction to CHG, is said to have accepted CHG into her destiny since then after hearing a recording of Ahn Hyang-nyeon's performance with Lim Dong-sik, a master of geomungo.

    Sin Sacheolga(New four seasons' song) is a piece of music that sings about the scenery in all four seasons, and in this performance, you can see it playing around instrumental music.
  • 2021.2.14
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    ☆ The drum beat created by the Korean pulse sound, a feast with large and small brushes, and the dance color that changes depending on the rhythm and pitch of the drum, and the loudness of the drum were shown to the fullest extent possible.
  • 2021.2.15
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    ☆ Lim Hyang-nim is the granddaughter of Master Lim Bang-ul, and a singer who has worked at the National Theatre of Korea. Also, she is one of the masters of today that succeeded Gangsanje Boseongsori Chunhyang-ga, Heungbo-ga school of Park Rok-ju, and Dongchoje Pansori.

    This video shows her actual performance from Dongtaryeong to Heungbo's return home from Heungbo-ga at the National Theater of Korea in 1993.
  • 2921.2.15
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    ᄋ Byung Chang/Lee Yoon Kyung/Shin Hyun Joo, Jang Gu/Kang Jung Yong☆
  • 2021.2.16
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    ☆ Hye-ryeong, a gayageum player, played the Sangsahwa of Ahn Ye-eun, the OST of the drama 'The Rebel.'
  • 2021.2.16
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    ☆ The wind makes the horned-holly tree dance and the branches collide with each other and sing Gwangju.

    On the middle of Yangnimsan Mountain in Yangnim-dong, Gwangju, there is a 400-year-old horned-holly tree.

    The appearance of the holly tree seems to harbor the history of Gwangju, facing various winds in one place.

    Inspired by this image, I drew it on the 25 string Gayageum.
  • 2021.2.17
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    ☆ Sinawi came from dosalpuri and salpuri. The word 'sinawi' originated from 'sinak'(new music).

    It is also called Sin-awi, Sinoi, Sinnori, Sinbanggok, and Simbanggok.

    Originally it is an instrumental ensemble but today's performance will feature a piri solo.
  • 2021.2.18
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    ☆ "Deolmi" is a traditional Korean puppet show that originated from the meaning of a puppet show played by grabbing the back of the neck(duit deolmi in Korean).

    "Pijori Street" - It depicts a satire against a monk who broke discipline, saying that Hong Dong-ji kicks out everything when he sees Park's daughter and daughter-in-law playing with the upper members of the Buddhist monk.
  • 2021.2.19
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    ☆ Yukjabaegi is a japga that reflects the characteristics of Jeolla-do music.

    As Susimga represents the western part of Korea, Yukjabaegi is loved by many people in the Jeolla-do region.

    This is because Yukujabaegi is a song that harmonizes well-organized melodies with lyrics that touch the heart.

    Originally, Yukjabaegi was a type of folk song used to be sung during field work, but it was refined by professional singers such as sadangpae and modern pansori clowns at the end of the Joseon Dynasty.

    As a result, Yukjabaegi became one of the most popular japga repertoire in the southern part of Korea.
  • 2021.2.19
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    ○ Folk song/Kim Mi-jin, Shin Hyun-joo, Shin Jin-won, Kim Young-sim
    ○ accompaniment
    - Piri/Kimsra, Daegeum/Son Ji-yeon, Haegeum/Ha Jae-won, Ajaeng/Jeong Seon-gyeom, Gayageum/Lee Eon-hwa, Geomungo/Yu Yeon-jeong, Janggu/Lee Jin-hee
  • 2021.2.20
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    ☆ a flash animation of the beautiful creative Korean traditional music that will warm your children's emotions.
  • 2021.2.21
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    Saturday Concerts at the National Gugak Center