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  • 2021.7.5
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    Seowooje Sori is a Jeju folk song.

    Originally, the song was sung in Jeju Island during the exorcism of Yeongdeungpo-gut.

    In other words, it is a kind of radish.

    However, it became common and changed to a song that was sung freely as an entertainment song or while hanging steam or doing sea work.

    The editorials also include the original Yeongdeungpo-gut lyrics, and the lyrics after the transition to other activities.
  • 2021.7.9
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    The story is about Lee Mong-ryong, who became an Eosa of Chunhyangga and arrived in Namwon, visiting Chunhyang's house to meet Wolmae.
  • 2021.7.15
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    [Bunny's belly cuts]

    The rabbit, who entered the palace after being entangled by a housewife, deceived the Dragon King by saying that he had put out his liver in the mountains.

    The Dragon King scolds the rabbit for being unreasonable when the rabbit claims that what if there is no liver in his stomach.

    Compared to the rabbit's absurd sophistry, the dragon king's main plot is to attack the rabbit's sophistry based on the logic of righteousness and all things.

    [Waterbowl]

    The dragon king, who was deceived by the rabbit's lie that he left his liver in the mountains, has a feast and a feast to comfort the rabbit.
  • 2021.7.19
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    "Jang Mong-gyu," a western book magazine called in Hwanghae Province and Pyeongan-do Province, features lyrics that give a glimpse of the times, including materialism, centering on the love story between Lee Soo-il and Shim Soon-ae.
  • 2021.7.25
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    It is a folk song of the Hwanghae-do region, which is sung by sailors while holding a rite before starting the year's operation.

    Sounders Choo Da-hye and Lee Na-rae present a unique stage of charm with their individuality.
  • 2020.8.27
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    Koreans have long held such events to prevent disasters and infectious diseases.

    In particular, on the first day of the first lunar month, a group of local pungmul members traveled around the village to perform pungmul rituals, which have been handed down to this day and have various forms.

    Gayageum Byeongchanga Jeon Hai-ok and percussionist Choi Young-jin took the first step to Gwanghwamun Square, the capital and center of South Korea, to prevent new infectious diseases such as coronavirus and bad energy.

    They went around the five sides of Seoul, begging the gods to prevent misfortune, and praying for complete happiness by singing and performing.
  • 2020.9.5
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    ♡ Love Song is the oldest and most popular part of Chunhyang's song, which expresses the love between Chunhyang and Lee.

    IPchechang is a stage performance that shows the audience in three dimensions by dividing the roles of pansori, a one-person play, by dividing appropriate movements and roles.

  • 2020.9.9
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    [Rock Acoustic Band Regular Concert]

    Jeju folk songs are noteworthy in that there are many labor songs sung while working, and folk songs sung by women and women are common.

    Songs also use a lot of unusual Jeju dialect, and are more sad than folk songs in Gyeonggi Province.

    Jeju folk songs express a feeling of regret, creating a different atmosphere.
  • 2020.10.5
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    2018 Welfare Songs -. Seodo Sori Baebangi Gut

    Musician - Kim Han-sam, Lee Hyo-jung and Oh Young-bin

    Baebangi Gut is a musical drama with a lot of things to see, with Seodo-sori as its main theme, but it also accommodates local shamanism, folk songs, and pansori.
  • 2020.10.9
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    Mong-ryong, who returned as a monk as one of the eyes of Chunhyangga, brings Chun-hyang, who was imprisoned in prison, and tests her.

    The incision of Chunhyang is well illustrated.
  • 2020.10.15
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    Heungbo is the center of pansori "Heungbo," which sings the story of Heungbo, who was poor, getting rich.

    Heungbo carefully planted the seeds that the swallow gave him, and even when the Chuseok holiday approaches, Heungbo's family, who have nothing to eat, burns the gourd to cook and eat it.


    Unexpectedly, the story is about money and rice in the first gourd, fabrics in the second gourd, and carpenters who will build houses in the third gourd come out and become rich in the morning.

    Because various situations develop rapidly, there are many dramatic transitions, and various editorials are popular with the audience due to their cute musical arrangements.
    On the other hand, this section is also known as Heungbo-batting, which is distinguished from "Nolbo-batting."

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    Pansori - Jo Su Huang (Cho Su Huang)
    Gold Medal of Pansori General Department of the 32nd Dong-A Traditional Music Competition
    Pansori General, Prime Minister's Award at the 17th National Traditional Music Competition
    2018 Korean Music Award Winning 'Young Music Virtual'

    SORIBOOK - Jung Jun Ho
  • 2020.10.19
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    Black-and-white video in this clip: Materials owned by the Gugak Music Museum. In the late 1950s, the performance of Im Bangwool's master singer Pansori Jeokbyeokga (Buk : Lee Jung-up) was held at Wongaksa Temple in Seoul.
  • 2020.10.25
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    [Austria Bean Music Fairline Golden Hall]

    "Pansori" is an epic song play in which one person sings and one person accompanies a tune with a single sound book.

    Simcheong sold herself to three hundred seats of rice to open her father's eyes, but was reincarnated as 'Chunwoo Shinjo' to become the empress of the country.
  • 2020.10.29
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    It depicts the desperation of Chunhyang and Mongryong who are breaking up.

    Lee Nan-cho Master singer is the owner of the national intangible cultural asset No. 5 Pansori Heungbo.
  • 2020.11.5
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    Sound Evangelist for Popularization of Gayageum Byeongchang - Sori Didim

    Gayageum Byeongchang refers to the form of singing while playing Gayageum.

    Although there are many theories about the origin of the gayageum Byeongchang, it has been recognized as an independent genre of Korean traditional music since the early 20th century and has been passed down.