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  • 2021.2.26
    Recommended music
    ☆Darangsh is a Jeju-do word for the high peak, and it is a song written for those who died namelessly and inspired by the sad history of the April 3 Incident in 1948.

    Consisting of the form of 'a-b-a', and Namdo Gyemyeonjo, Seodo Sori style, and Western phrysian mode were used.

    The beat is consistent with 9/8 beats, but it has changed its speed and rhythm, and it is a work of delicate combinations of traditional music and Western elements.

K-Cultural Heritage (3)

  • 2009.12.31
    designated date
    Hwanggeum-ri, Damyang, is a typical rural village located in the middle of a wide field in the upper reaches of the Yeongsangang River. It is a village with a wide field and rich property, and has a unique artistic tradition, and the songs sung while farming rice paddies are being handed down.

    Damyang's Golden Driedle Song covers the entire process of steaming unknowns, planting unknowns, tying rice paddies, and jangwonjil. And each song is composed of late sounds and frequent sounds, especially in the non-maggi area, various songs such as <Jihwasori>, <Tteol소리, <Nahesori소리, and 사Sadu YeoSori소리 are arranged. The composition and composition of the songs are well illustrated by the fact that they have been passed down with the style and spirit of folk art in Namdo. In particular, the transfer of various songs, including the mock-up song, which is hard to see in other regions, the collective spirit sung with strength and excitement, and the various and colorful musical composition and melody, illustrate the degree of tradition and artistry of the golden song.

    Damyang's Hwanggeum Deul song represents the upper reaches of the Yeongsangang River. The tradition of folk art in the Yeongsangang River basin, which is the lifeline of South Korea, is preserved intact. It is a well-known wild song for its participation in the 13th Namdo Cultural Festival since 1983 and the 26th National Folk Arts Competition in 1985.

    Nam Gwi-hee (born in 1948), a singer-songwriter, succeeded her father's entertainment and has been leading the Golden Singing Performance since her 30s, and is a native musician who has been living in Geumgeum-ri for three generations as a local musician with excellent singing ability. And residents of Hwanggeum-ri have a special passion for preserving wild songs. The village of Hwangyum has organized the Wild Song Preservation Society and established the Wild Song Training Center to continue the transmission.

    As such, Hwang-Yi-Yum's wild song is well equipped with songs that correspond to the whole process of rice paddy farming, and has the characteristics of wild songs that belong to the upper reaches of the Yeongsangang River and inland areas of South Jeolla Province, which have academic value comparable to wild songs in the islands and coastal areas of South Jeolla Province, is well expressed by male singers, and is a collective labor art for the preservation of wild singing. In addition, it is necessary to recognize Nam Gwi-hee as an entertainment holding organization, Damyang Golden Ddeul Song Preservation Society, and as an entertainment holder.
  • 1991.10.19
    designated date
    The dance is a dance that sublimates the anguish and anguish of walking on the path of a clergyman, and is named as a Buddhist monk because it has a strong Buddhist color and dances in a gaseous and jangsamjang, and wears a cone hat. The main dance is similar to the Salpuri dance, and the form of the dance is also a perfect solo dance.

    Gyeonggi-do-designated intangible cultural asset, Buddhist dance, is a dance that inherits the Seungmu of Hwaseong Jaeincheng People's Republic of Korea, and its origin is that Sangjwaang danced Seungmu to heal his teacher's illness and left the temple when his teacher's illness. Thus, the Buddhist dance of Jaein Chungryu includes the dance of leaving after finishing the drum play section, taking off the cone hat and jangsam, and hanging over the drum.

    Salpuri dance is a dance that is performed to the rhythm of Namdo's Muak called Salpuri among shamanistic music. Originally, shamans used to dance as a means of encountering gods, but were later transformed into Gyobang art by clowns and gisaengs. It is characterized by dancing with a white towel in a white jacket, a white skirt, a socks and a loose coat.

    Kim Bok-ryeon (born 1948, female) was a student of Jeong Gyeong-pa and was designated as the holder of the dance on November 25, 2002.
  • 2003.10.24
    designated date
    Park Jae-hwan began to transfer the production of pottery from his grandfather, Park Ki-seok, and his father, Park Pal-won, around 1948. From 1958 to 1970, Onggi manufacturing techniques were introduced at Onggi factories in Chungbuk, Gyeonggi, Chungnam, and Incheon. In 1971, the Onggi Factory was established at its current location and has continued to be produced.

    Onggi production processes such as Bajil, Daejangil, and Gamil are carried out in traditional onggi production methods. Onggi-making tools such as spinning wheels, ttukmae, painting, bat, and supporting wood have traditional styles. Natural materials such as pine needles, bean pods, and grass leaves are used in combination with medicinal soil according to traditional methods as raw materials for lye.

    The 9-kan kiln is a traditional earthenware built with slightly different slopes considering the influence and temperature of the fire. According to the status of the onggi production, Park Jae-hwan's grandfather settled in Osong-eup, Heungdeok-gu, Cheongju-si and led to his grandfather Park Ki-seok and father Park Pal-won, who became a means of making onggi for his entire life. He was interested in onggi production at the age of 11 and has been continuously working on the on the onggi production technology for 50 years.

    According to the characteristics, Bongsan-ri, Osong-eup, where Park Jae-hwan's onggi production plant is located, has a lot of quality clay suitable for onggi production, so it is noteworthy that onggi is made using only clay from this area without inflow of outside clay. The fact that this village is a "occupation village" also shows that these onggi production activities have been carried out, and the traditional onggi-making system is equipped with a 9-kan traditional onggi kiln facility, which is not easily found today, and the traditional onggi-making technology continues.

    Park Jae-hwan has been actively working on Onggi production in the traditional Onggi production method throughout his life. The preservation and restoration of traditional onggi production techniques has continued to be carried out in the traditional onggi production method.

K-History (11)

  • 1991.11.9
    statutory anniversary
    It is an anniversary established to raise awareness and understanding of fires and to protect people's property and lives from fires by preventing fires in advance.

    With the establishment of the government in 1948, the government set a period of emphasis on fire and held commemorative events on November 1st, such as the commendation of meritorious persons and the campaign to watch out for fire.

    Since 1963, the Ministry of the Interior has organized a Fire Protection Day event. In 1991, the Firefighting Act was amended to establish November 9 as Firefighting Day, which symbolizes 119.
  • 1948.12.12
    UN Approval Date
    In the history of the founding of the Republic of Korea, along with August 15, 1948 (Foundation Day), December 12, 1948 is another special day.

    This is because the United Nations approved the Republic of Korea as the only legitimate government on the Korean Peninsula.

    On December 12, 1948, the 3rd United Nations General Assembly declared that it was the only government in Korea with 48 affirmatives, 6 disagreements, and 1 abstention, and finally passed Resolution 195.
  • 1960.12.30
    renaming day
    On December 30, 1960, six months after the collapse of the Liberal Party regime of Rhee Syng-man and the Democratic Party of the Second Republic, President Yoon Bo-sun changed the name of his residence from Kyungmudae to Cheong Wa Dae.

    Seeing that the roof of the main building of Gyeongmudae is blue, there is a theory that President Yoon, who studied archaeology in college, changed his name to "Cheong Wa Dae" with his major knowledge.

    Yoon Bo-sun (August 26, 1897 to July 18, 1990) is a politician who served as the fourth president of the Republic of Korea.

    He served as Seoul mayor from December 15, 1948 to June 5, 1949 and as the fourth president of the Republic of Korea from August 13, 1960 to March 23, 1962.

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