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  • 2021.9.18
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    ᄋ Appearance/Jindo Ganggangsullae Preservation Society
  • 2021.9.28
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    ᄋ Appearance/Jindo Ganggangsullae Preservation Society
  • 2020.10.8
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    Let me introduce you to the exciting playground of Yeonhui group The clown, young entertainers who are creating a new culture of Yeonhui.
  • 2020.10.18
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    Traditional performance gala performance reinterpreting Korea's excellent traditional performances such as pungmul, mask dance, lion dance, and Verna play with the cheerful energy of the clown group The clown (Gwangdae)

    The clown of Yeonhee group
    Unit: Ahn Dae-cheon, Choi Young-ho, Sun Young-wook, Heo Chang-yeol, Hwang Min-wang, Lee Sang-young, Eum Dae-jin, Bae Jung-chan, Kim Yong-hoon, Lee Kang-san
    Planning: Kim Soo-yeon, Kim Yoon-mi, Ahn Young-ji
  • 2020.10.28
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    "Pyeongtaek Turtle Play" has long been handed down in more than 20 villages in Pyeongtaek.

    Every Chuseok, young people who visited the graves made turtle clothes out of sorghum leaves and went from house to house, which was born to ward off evil spirits and to pray for the good harvest of the village.

    It is also a traditional game that shows our exciting culture by sharing rice cakes and food with neighbors and promoting harmony and solidarity in the village.

    In particular, it won the grand prize at the Gyeonggi Folk Arts Festival in 2013 and the silver prize at the Korean Folk Arts Festival in 2014, becoming the representative folk game of Pyeongtaek.

    This shows that it is a folk game culture that inherits our own traditions, and is meaningful in that it can be enjoyed without any burden by all ages and men and women.
  • 2020.11.8
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    Hosted by Crown-Haetae Confectionery, the "Honey Day Love Hanmadang" performance is a warm performance that helps needy neighbors as well as watching the performance under the theme of "21st of every month," which means two people become one.

    'Jultagi' is a game where you do all sorts of tricks, mixing funny stories and balim on the bare row in the air.

    Kwon Won-tae, who started walking in a tightrope when he was 10 and started performing at the age of 15, is the world's record holder who is promoting Korean traditional culture.
  • 2020.11.18
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    Pungmul Nori is a folk music that combines dance and play in the lives of ordinary people.

    You can enjoy various performances such as kkwaenggwari, gong, janggu, drum, and sogo, as well as playing various kinds of games such as spinning sangmo and bona.
  • 2020.11.28
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    Turtle play in Cheonan, Chungcheongnam-do, is a folk game in which people visit houses on Hangawi to pray for the well-being of their families. It was passed down mainly on the plains, where rice farming was the main focus.

    In fact, if you look at the areas where turtle play is handed down, Yeoju, Gwangju, Yongin, Suwon, Pyeongtaek, Chungcheong Province, Asan, Eumseong, Chungju, Cheongju, Haenam in Jeolla Province, and Changnyeong in Gyeongsang Province, centering on Icheon, Gyeonggi Province, south of the Han River.

    Among them, Cheonan was one of the most popular areas of turtle play, which was conducted on a natural village basis.
  • 2020.12.8
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    Jang Gu-yeon of Samulnori Master Kim Duk-soo and the sound of Park Jong-ho, the representative of the performing arts ensemble The Dune
  • 2020.12.18
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    Park Ji Na

    School of Gyeonggi-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 21 Kim Ki-bok Anseong Namsadang Pungmul Nori.
    School of Hong Ki-chul, a master of tightrope walking.
  • 2020.12.28
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    Park Ji Na

    School of Gyeonggi-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 21 Kim Ki-bok Anseong Namsadang Pungmul Nori.
    School of Hong Ki-chul, a master of tightrope walking.
  • 2021.1.8
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    Park Ji Na

    School of Gyeonggi-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 21 Kim Ki-bok Anseong Namsadang Pungmul Nori.
    School of Hong Ki-chul, a master of tightrope walking.
  • 2021.1.28
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    ♡ spinning is a sport of playing 'Namsadang' designated Important Intangible Cultural Property No. 3. Funny stories and songs exchanged by Beona player and singer Maeho make the playground fun.
  • 2021.2.8
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    "Saha Bang-a Sori" is a mill or rice song(sori in Korean) that is sung when a mill(bang-a in Korean) peels off the pods of grain harvested in Dadae-dong, Saha-gu, Busan, and to filter out the grains. Especially, Saha Bang-a Sori is called to reduce the unity of movement according to the beat and the difficulty of work.☆
  • 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.