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K-Pop & Trot (5)

  • 2016.4.25
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    SEVENTEEN's witty lyrics such as "Promise Alone" and "You're Pretty" are impressive songs.

    The music video also sensibly captures SEVENTEEN's natural appearance, meaning that this moment is the most shining and pretty time, no matter when it is, with the theme of "Now we are pretty."
  • 2019.6.13
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    The city of Seoul and its night, the night of Seoul, is not just beautiful.

    It may be a special and beautiful night for some, and a cold and complex city night for others.

    Through this song, I wanted to capture from romantic nights to realistic nights in Seoul, where people can feel differently from different perspectives.

    The night that listeners feel while listening to this song will be "Seoul Night."

    From the first introduction of the keyboard, it creates an urban feel, and the sound that saves the beauty of the margin with a simple instrument composition expresses the night of Seoul.

    Urban Zakapa's charming vocals and Beenzino's sophisticated rap make perfect harmony.
  • 2014.8.4
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    It is a lively urban euro-pop genre song that combines intense synth sound with Afrikaan-like tribal beat, and the combination of rap and song-crossing vocals and various changing composition of the song further doubles the fun of listening.

    In addition, the lyrics contain a positive story about gaining strength through everyday happiness, loving yourself more, and it is expected to attract music fans' eyes and ears with the charming performance of "Red Velvet".

K-Traditional Music (0)

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K-Cultural Heritage (16)

  • 2015.11.20
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    Siheung gunjabong seonghwangje, Ansan-si, and, located on the border of gunjabong seonghwang gimbu in the king of the chief Deity to and good to do.

    On October 3rd of the lunar calendar, a formal ceremony was held, similar in character to the Seong emperor of gray hair in Ansan.

    Gunjabong (198.4m) is a mountain located on the border between Gunja-dong in Siheung and Sunbu-dong in Ansan, not far from the beach. Currently, shamanism is the most frequent mountain in the southern part of Gyeonggi-do, with several exorcisms around it.

    In Gunjabong Peak, the Seonghwangdan Altar remains along with the Gunjasan Fortress Site. Seonghwangdan Altar appears around the fortress or the government offices of the town, where the chief monk and his people accompanied the people to pray for the well-being of the town or the city.

    It is said that Emperor Gunjabong honors King Gyeongsun, his wife Ahn, and his mother-in-law Hong, the last king of Silla, as the Holy Roman Emperor. Various claims have been made according to scholars.

    Siheung Gunjabong Seonghwangje has a joint ritualistic nature in that the village Nongak Band and Mudang group will join the village ritual, and is building a pan-do where people go to Places such as Ansan, Suwon, and Pyeongtaek. This is an indication of the prestige of the Holy Emperor in this region and an important characteristic in its wide range of activities.
  • 1968.12.21
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    Jeongak (literally “elegant orthodox music”) refers to music played at the Royal Palace, government offices, and local Places where people of refined tastes gathered together. As one of the three bamboo instruments developed during the Silla Period (57 BC - 935 AD), i.e., daegeum (large-sized bamboo flute), junggeum (medium-sized bamboo flute), and sogeum (small-sized bamboo flute), Daegeum is the longest among the traditional transverse flutes of the country. It has the emboucher hole at the right end, a buzzing membrane made of inner skin of reed that gives it a special timber, and six holes. Since it makes a wider range of sound than other instruments, it is used as a leading solo instrument. Daegeum-played jeongak covers all kinds of formal ceremonial music, which are all ensembles. It is not known when they started to be played solo. The titles of the pieces of music played by daegeum include Cheongseong Jajinhanip, Pyeongjo Hoesang, and Jajinhanip. Melodies made by Daegeum Jeongak sound delicate but not light, soft but not feeble, and fragile but not shallow.
  • 2017.12.21
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    Although its origin is not clear in Anui-myeon, Hamyang-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do, it has been known as the main place where gongs have been made since the Silla Dynasty, and there were 10 Places to make gongs until 1970.

    Lee Yong-gu, 81, the father of the craftsman, was also taught to be a skilled craftsman at Oh Deok-su's (20-year-old, 亡), who has traditional techniques for making gongs after his father passed away at the age of nine and went into his mother's distant relative's house as a henchman, succeeding Kim Seong-no, Kim Dong-chun, and Kim Dal-yong, the original royal family.

K-History (5)

  • 1977.11.22
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    Tongqing Myeong-dong Cathedral is a cathedral of the Catholic Archdiocese of Seoul located in Myeong-dong 2-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul, and is both a symbol and heart of the Korean Catholic Church.

    This is the first place where the Korean church community was born and the remains of many martyrs were enshrined.

    It is the first large-scale Gothic Catholic church built on the Korean Peninsula and the first main hall in Korea (a cathedral where priests reside and minister).

    On November 22, 1977, it was designated as Historic Site No. 258.

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  • 1967.3.18
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    This is where Chungmugong Yi Sun-sin lived until he passed the state examination for the military service, and is now Hyeonchungsa Shrine.

    Major facilities include Hyeonchungsa, where Yi Sun-sin's portrait was enshrined, an old house where Yi Sun-sin grew up, a hwalter where he practiced martial arts while shooting arrows, a main gate, Hongsalmun, and a tomb behind his third son.

    Various artifacts related to Admiral Yi Sun-shin and the Japanese Invasion of Korea in the exhibition hall are on display, and lectures and seminars are being held at the education hall to promote Admiral Yi Sun-shin's spirit and feat.
  • 1976.6.14
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    On June 14, 1976, the Security Headquarters ordered the National Police Agency to crack down on long hair.

    The targets for the crackdown were hair with side hair covering ears and back hair covering collar, hair long enough to distinguish men and women, and hair with perm or short hair of women.

    The Jangbal people who were caught notified the heads of their agencies (government offices, schools, and workPlaces), and those who did not belong were handed over to the immediate examination.

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