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5,000 Years of Korean Soul

  • 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.
  • 2021.7.14
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    It is the basis of traditional dance, and it was passed down as a representative work of Kibang Dance Art, which expresses the beautiful form and delicacy of women's extroverts in harmony with Gyotami's harmonious techniques and dance moves.

    ○ Appearance/Ahn Sang-hwa, Seo Yeon-ju, Lee Eun-young, and Han Jung-mi
  • 2021.7.24
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    'Fan-mouth Dance' is an impromptu dance based on the basic dance, which holds fans and dances to the music of a huckleberry.
  • 2021.8.4
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    It is a traditional dance that is performed to Gayageum Sanjo.

    In particular, this dance has a good tendency to dance in the Honam region, and it freely embodies the body's spirit and rhythm rather than artificial techniques or stereotyped movements.

    The work is considered to be a wide range of dance in terms of creativity because it expresses human free emotions in spontaneous movements based on traditional Korean dance.

    Cho Hung-dong Myungmu, who received the Sanjo dance from Kim Jin-gul as the first performance of the song, has newly choreographed the song in line with the tune of "Sanjo," a donation-linked song.

    ○ Appearances/Jang Min-ha, Kim Hye-ja, Lee Myung-hee, Kim Tae-eun, Lee Jung-mi, Baek Mi-jin, Park Min-ji, Cho Eun-ju, Park Kyung-soon, Park Ji-ae, Gayageum/Lee Ji-hye
  • 2021.8.14
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    The dance was performed at royal ceremonies from the Goryeo (918-1392) in which a crane-shaped mask was worn on the entire body to celebrate the king's death.

    School dances were performed in court banquets or narye ceremonies to chase away evil spirits.

    ○ Dance/Kwon Moon-sook and Lee Joo-ri
  • 2021.8.24
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    Sogo dance is a dance that emphasizes the improvisation of one's own style without being tied to a certain form, and it is a work in which Sogo and dance can be combined together to boost our spirit and excitement and share our deep-seated emotions.

    ○ Appearance/Hong Sung-mi, Jung Mi-young, Chae Hee-kyung, music/traditional music group 'Pan'
  • 2020.10.4
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    Seoljanggu was originally referred to as the head of Janggu Jab in Panggut of Pungmulgut, which in turn referred to Seoljanggu's play.

    As it is played during the individual play in the latter part of Pangut, the composition of the melody varies depending on the region or person.

    The Seoljanggu has continued to be newly choreographed by dancers, one of which is the Seoljanggu Dance.

    The National Gugak Center's "Seoljanggu Dance" is a piece of military dance organized by Park Eun-ha of the National Gugak Center's Yeonhui Department.

    It is designed to contrast solo and group dance to the Hwimori-Obangjin-Gutgeori Samchae (Jajinmori)-Hwimori rhythm, which reveals the tension and relaxation of the rhythm.
  • 2020.10.14
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    [National Gugak Center's "Wednesday Dance" : National Gugak Center Dance Company]

    According to the oral tradition, when the country was in a state of decline or a good harvest, the king called the local magistrates to hold a feast and let them dance in the presence of the Manjo White House, which was a jinso dance.

    Jinsoe Dance is the only shamanistic dance that has a royal dance element, so its dance moves are relatively elegant and flexible.
  • 2020.10.24
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    The sword dance of Korea is seen in various documents, including "The History of the Three Kingdoms," as the sword dance of the Silla Dynasty's Guanchang is Hyoshiim.

    However, during the Goryeo Dynasty, the appearance of Guanchang was replaced by a mask, and during the Joseon Dynasty, the female Guan Changmu was recorded, so the sword dance, which was a brave dance, seems to have changed into an elegant Yeo.

    After the Silla Dynasty, it was passed down or destroyed by government officials who had been subjugated to the royal court and government offices, and it was eventually established in Gwonburn nationwide.

    In Gyeongsangnam-do, Jinju, Tongyeong, and Dongnae were handed down from Jinju, but they disappeared with the abolition of Kwon Beon, but they have been restored from Jinju to this day.
  • 2020.11.4
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    Fan dance is a dance performed by Kim Baek-bong in 1954 with a colorful fan.

    It is a combination of the beautiful dance moves and the spirit of the exorcism of the shaman in the shaman's dance, and it has a unique charm that the sound of folding and unfolding a fan can also serve as an instrument.

    It is a lively work that combines the dancers' colorful costumes and fans with a cheerful instrumental accompaniment.

    ○ Map/Choi Kyung-ja, Fan Dance/Kim Jin-jung, Choi Sung-hee, Yoon Eun-ju, Kim Young-ae, Lee Joo-hee, Baek Mi-jin, Jung Seung-yeon, Seo Hee-jung, Lee Mi-young, Park Ji-ae, Lee Do-kyung, Im Dong-yeon, Lee Ha-kyung
    ○ Piri/Lee Ho-jin, Daegeum/Won Wan-chul, Haegeum/Kim Jung-rim, Gayageum/Park Joon-ho, Ajaeng/Yoon Seo-kyung, Janggo/Cho Yong-bok
  • 2020.11.14
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    Salpuri originated from shamanism, and developed into the most important part of our art dance today.

    "Salpul" means the bad luck of life in human history, the evil deeds of demons, such as murder and disaster, and it is called salpuri to release all the harmful energy and spirit of this life.

    All of the Paldo Gutzhong have this process of taking out the liquid.

    In particular, Jungbu Salpuri, which is being performed today, is composed of the dance moves of the central part of the country (Gyeonghyangryu), which was first performed by the National Dance Company of Korea in 1990.
  • 2020.11.24
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    'Hwasunmu' is an impromptu dance made based on the basic dance, which is performed to the music of a nonsense rhythm, and a mouth dance called Hwaseonmu with a flower fan.
  • 2020.12.4
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    This dance, also known as Sinkal dasinmu, is performed with hanji hanging in both hands at the end of a long bamboo called Sinkal.

    The dance, which is not much now, was passed down from the late Yi Dong-an, who was active in Namsadangpae, and was re-established by Moon Il-ji, and was later re-enacted by Gye Hyeon-sun at the National Folk Gugak Center.

    The abundant movement of the earth, which seems to stay in the air while soothing the soul, is characterized by its graceful, neatness and power as if it were heading to heaven.

    ○ Dance/Gye Hyun-soon, music director/attraction, storytelling/refusal
  • 2020.12.14
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    Janggu dance is a dance in which a janggu is held obliquely around the shoulder and accompanied by various rhythms.

    It is an exciting dance in which a woman moves her feet lightly with a unique gait called a magpie's step, with a well-rounded waist around the women in line with folk songs such as Shingosan Taryeong, Cheongchunga, and Gyeongbokgung Taryeong.

    In 1991, Cho Hung-dong selected music as his first work, studied each dance move, and choreographed it to express the excitement and style of our woman in his collection.

    ○ Flute/Lee Ho-jin, Daegeum/Moon Jae-deok, Haegeum/Kim Ji-hee, Gayageum/Mungyeong-ah, Janggu/Jung Joon-ho, Jing/Park Eun-ha, Buk/Baek Jin-seok, Janggu/Kim Su-yong, Kkwaenggwari/Oh Young-hwan
  • 2020.12.24
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    Chilgomu is colorful and energetic with seven large drums hanging on the frame and dancing while drumming.