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  • 2021.5.7
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    The PiriSanjo of Jeongjaeguk was created by Jeong Jae-guk, the Jeongakmyeong, based on the rhythms of Lee Chung-sun and Oh Jin-seok.

    It is characterized by its strong power and grandeur under the influence of Jeongak, and its rich folk and native taste.

    I added Gayageum and Dance to make it sound different.
  • 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".
  • 2021.8.4
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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

K-Cultural Heritage (2)

  • 2013.5.24
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    Lee Gil-ju was born in Jeonju in 1950 and learned Korean Dance by entering Choi Sun. Honam Sanjo Dance is a traditional Dance of the Kibang system that connects Lee Chu-wol, Choi Seon-eun and Lee Gil-ju, and it is a Dance that freely sublimates the Korean traditional Dance, which is a representative characteristic of Korean Dance that performs the best Dance according to the improvised sancho performance.

    Lee has won a number of competitions including the Korean Dance Festival and the Sicily Dance Festival in Italy.
  • 2000.8.21
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    Hyangdangmu in Anseong refers to a traditional Dance that originated from the Akga Muhak Training Center in Anseong, Gyeonggi-do. The origin of Hyangdangmu is several, including the theory that the descendants of the willow baby, a government official of the Geuknu Pavilion, which was built to commemorate the victory after the reign of King Gongmin of the Goryeo Dynasty, Danced in honor of its spirit. The village ritual, dongje, Sadangpae nori, and Dances performed by government officials and frauds in Anseong and Jincheon area have been performed in the area. The Dancers were mainly composed of Jae-in, Gisaeng, and Min-cho, but considering the terms of Dance in Chinese characters and the terms comparing the geographical names, it can be said that they joined the literati as well as the literati.

    There are about 40 kinds of Dances handed down from Hyangdangmu in Anseong, which are divided into masculine and feminine Dances according to their personality. Thirteen types of hwarangmu, including Gyeongcheon Barye Mu, Bonghwang Geumran Mu, pray for the prosperity of the king's Mansumu River and the royal family, and Jang Gummu, Gungmu Samu, and Dosan Muryeong, are regarded as masculine hwarangmu lineage.

    On the other hand, 15 kinds of Dances, including Hakkwa Dance, which is performed with a white towel, Hongaeksugeon Dance, which expresses a woman's sorrow, and Chae Seonhyang Dance, which performs various techniques and Dances according to the Sanjo song with a fan, as well as Buddhist Dance, Buddhist Dance, and Gomyeong Dance, have been handed down to the gisaengs in Anseong area.

    The accompaniment music of Hyangdangmu in Anseong is divided into court music, folk music, Sanjo and military music, and the Dance moves are diverse and difficult. The Dance content and entertainment vary depending on the status because it is a Dance that has a lot of different people using martial arts.

    In 1990, Hyangdangmu, which was discovered by local residents including Anseong Cultural Center, was designated as an intangible cultural asset by Yi Seok-dong and Yu Cheong-ja as an assistant administrator in 2000. Yi Seok-dong's deceased Hu Cheong-ja is serving as the chairman of the Preservation Society and is striving to succeed Anseong Hyangdangmu.

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