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  • 2021.1.25
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    ♡ [Gu-eum Sinawi]

    An impromptu instrumental ensemble rooted in shamanic music, a work with a spoken word on top of Sinawi.

    The harmony in the discord and the order in Chaos stands out in Gu-eum Sinawi.

    Daegeum Lee Saeng-gang, Ajaeng Kim Il-gu, Geomungo Kim Moo-gil, Gayageum Ji Sung-ja, Janggu Kim Chung-man, Gu-eum Ahn Sook-sun, Jing Choi Mahn. ㅁ
  • 2021.1.25
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    ♡ It is a folk song of Gangwon-do Province. Folk songs with unique sentiments in mountainous areas of Gangwon-do along with Arirang and Jeongseon Arirang in Gangwon-dobe widespread both in this country and throughout the country

    ○ Singing/Cho Kyung-hee, Lee Geum-mi, Kang Hyo-joo, Chae Soo-hyun
    ○ Flute/Lee Ho-jin, Daegeum/Won Wan-chul, Haegeum/Kim Seon-gu, Gayageum/Park Jun-ho, Ajaeng/Barren, Janggu/Gang Hyung-soo
  • 2021.1.29
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    ♡ 'Dondolnali' in Bukcheong, Hamgyeongnam-do, is a folk game that has been played joyfully in every village on the holidays. The etymology is 'dawn', which means 'Return', and also symbolizes the circle.

    This 'Dondolnali' is a folk song widely sung in Hamgyeongbuk-do. In particular, the 'Dondol Day' in Bukcheong-gun was introduced in the custom of women digging for wild chive on the sand mountain in Sokhu-myeon. After digging up wild shive, the women played Daedong Nori with the villagers, which was the origin of the 'Dondolnali' play.
  • 2021.1.29
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    ♡ It is one of the folk songs of Seoul and Gyeonggi Province. It was sung during the reconstruction of Gyeongbokgung Palace at the end of the Joseon Dynasty

    ○ Folk songs/Lee Eun-hye, Kim Se-yoon, Park Min-ju
    ○ Flute/Park Ji-won, Daegeum/Ohgyo-seon, Haegeum/Hwang Han-na, Ajaeng/Jin Min-jin, Gayageum/Hasora, Geomungo/Park Hye-shin, Janggu/Gang Jeong-yong
  • 2021.2.5
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    Nongbuga(Farmer's song) is a native folk song sung by farmers.

    Nongbuga is a collective name for folk songs widely sung in the southern part of the country, especially one developed in the Jeolla region, is called "Farmers."

    There are many words related to farming in the lyrics.☆
  • 2021.2.5
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    ♡ One of Korea's representative folk songs. The chorus contains the word 'Arirang'

    ○ Sound/Cho Kyung-hee, Lee Geum-mi, Kim Min-kyung, Jang Hyo-sun, Yang Myung-hee, Lee Joo-eun
    ○ Flute/Jang Su-ho, Daegeum/Moon Jae-deok, Haegeum/Kim Seon-gu, Gayageum/Park Jun-ho, Geomungo/Lee Seon-hwa, Ajaeng/Baran, Janggo/Gang Hyung-soo
  • 2021.2.9
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    [Sorihyeon Gayageum Byeongchang]

    Gayageum Byeongchang(singing while playing)-dan consisting of graduates from Chung-Ang University's College of Arts.

    Park Hye-ryeon, Kim Young-ah, Kim Ji-ae, Kim Ji-sung, Kim Min-jae, Lee Ji-young, Kim Yeon-ji, Lee☆
  • 2021.2.9
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    ○ Folk song/Kim Mi-jin, Shin Hyun-joo, Shin Jin-won, Kim Young-sim
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    - Piri/Kim Sra, Daegeum/Son Ji-yeon, Haegeum/Ha Jae-won, Ajaeng/Jeong Seon-gyeom, Gayageum/Lee Eon-hwa, Geomungo/Yu Yeon-jeong, Janggu/Lee Jin-hee☆
  • 2021.2.15
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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☆
  • 2021.2.19
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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
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    - 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
  • 2021.2.25
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    ☆Sugungga is one of the five pansori batangs.

    When the Dragon King became ill, a terrapin came to the world to save the rabbit's liver for medicine and led the rabbit to the sea palace.

    However, the story is based on the pansori, which tells the story of a rabbit coming back to life by tricking the Dragon King. They are also called Rabbit Taryeong(Song), Byeoljubu(Terrapin) Taryeong, and Tobyeolga(Song of Rabbit and Terrapin).
  • 2021.2.25
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    ☆[Song/Kim Kwang-sook, Yoo Ji-sook, Kim Min-kyung, Oh Se-jeong]

    Piri/Hwang Kwang-yeop, Daegeum/Won Wan-chul, Haegeum/Kim Seon-gu, Gayageum/Mungyeong-ah, Ajaeng/Yoon Seo-kyung, Janggu/Jung Joon-ho
  • 2021.2.29
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    ☆Singing the fleetingness of life, 'Baekbalga' is one of Dangas to warm up before singing pansori.