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5,000 Years of Korean Soul

  • 2021.2.4
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    Dosalpuri dance, in which the dance of Gyeonggi-do Danggutpan is staged, features the beauty of the line drawn with a long towel, restrained dance moves, and colorful foot steps.

    From this performance, audiences can feel the original form of Kim Sook-ja's dosalpuri dance by Yang Gil-soon's dance moves.☆
  • 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.
  • 2021.2.24
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    ☆It is a Korean creative dance that maximizes self-discipline through physical performance (Seonmu-do) in accordance with Buddhist rituals.

    The last piece left with the retirement of former National Dance Company artistic director Bae Jeong-hye, 'Bara Seonmudo' was created based on Bae Jung-hye's 12 dance breathing techniques and using 'Bara' as props to maximize them.

    "The 50th Year of the National Dance Company: Our Dance Collection" was recorded as a survey by the audience and a work that received the best response and favorable reviews from critics during the performance.
  • 2021.3.4
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    ☆12che Gyobangjanggo-chum(dance) of Han Hye-gyeong Janggo-chum preservation society
    Completed Korean traditional dance, monk dance, salpuri dance
  • 2021.3.14
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    ☆It is a work that was reconstructed based on the Lee Mae-bang ryu(style) dance 'Sapungjeonggam'.

    It is a dance that expresses the splendid appearance of a seonbi(classical scholar) enjoying pungnyu, and the masculine dynamism and delicacy are harmonizing as well.
  • 2021.3.24
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    ☆This piece is a combination of Taekwondo(a traditional martial art) and beautiful dance. It is a thrilling stage that celebrates 'Taekwon Mugong(distinguished military service)' through Taekyeon swords of female dancers and Taekwondo dances of male dancers.
  • 2021.4.4
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    ☆Cheoyong-mu is a dance in a Cheoyong mask. It is also called Obang Cheoyong-mu, which is the only dance in the shape of a human being among royal dances of Korea.

    It is based on a myth that Cheoyong, who lived during the reign of King Heongang of the Unified Silla Dynasty (r. 875-886), sang a song he wrote and danced in front of a deity who was about to commit a crime against his wife, defeating the ghosts.
  • 2021.4.14
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    Cheoyongmu, National Intangible Cultural Property No. 39

    ○ Dance/Choi Byung-jae, Park Sung-ho, Kim Chung-woo, Jeong Hyun-do, Kim Jin-woo, Map/Lee Jong-ho
    ○ Jipbak/Lee Sang-won, Flute/Kim Sung-joon/Lee Jong-moo, Daegeum/Lee Seung-yeop/Lee Oh-hoon, Haegeum/Sa Hyun-wook/Han Gap-soo, Janggu/Hong Seok-bok, Jwa/An Seong-il, Changsha/Moonhyun/Kim Byung-oh

    ○ Hosting and filming/National Gukak Center
  • 2021.4.24
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    ☆ Jukganja/Lee Yoon-jung/Lee Do-kyung
    Hyeopmu/Kim Chung-woo, Jung Hyun-do, Kim Seo-ryang, Kim Jin-woo, Kim Hyun-woo

    It was one of the newly created Dangak Jeongjae during the reign of King Sunjo of the Joseon Dynasty. Prince Hyomyeong named after Jangsaengboyeonji-ak(music) from Song dynasty in 1829 (the 29th year of King Sunjo's reign). There are four dances that Jukkanja leads Dancers to enter and exit, including "Jangsaengboyeonji-mu."
  • 2021.5.4
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    a sword dance
    The dance originally performed by the private sector as a mask dance was accepted as a royal court dance during the reign of King Sunjo of Joseon.
    It is said to have originated from the fact that Hwang Chang of Silla, who was a good swordsman, threw a sword in front of the king of Baekje, killed him, and began to wear a mask to honor Hwang Chang.
    ○ Dance : Choi Yoon-jung, Kim Kkot-ji, Yoon Jin-ah, Byun Sang-ah
    ○ Music : Jeongakdan of the National Gugak Center, traditional music group Pan (Yoo In-sang)

    ○ Hosted and filmed/National Gugak Center
  • 2021.5.14
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    Jindo drum dance began with Jindo's wild song, in which drum jabs held drum sieve in both hands and danced drum to the sound of the drum. It was part of a ritual for heaven or Pungmulgut, and was accompanied by drum dance.

    Park Byung-cheon's Jindo drum dance was not recognized as an intangible cultural asset, but it is being performed by many dancers on the central stage, making it another ryupa.
  • 2021.5.24
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    Dongnaehak Dance, a representative traditional dance of Korea, and Chunseol, a creative work
  • 2021.6.4
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    It is a creative dance that Jung Jae-man reconstructs Song Beom-ryu Sanjo Dance, a work that captures the figure of a woman who resembles a bright dill light and clear wind, under the title of "Cheongpung Myeongwol".
  • 2021.6.14
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    It unravels Hwang Jin-yi's Sijo Sangsamong with a modern sense.
  • 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.