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  • 2020.12.15
    Recommended music
    ♡ Founded in 1962, the National Changgeuk Company continues the sound of Korean style, spirit, and life through the musical drama 'Changgeuk', which is based on pansori.

    -Actor-
    Ahn Sook-sun/Yoo Soo-jung, Young Simcheong Min Eun-kyung, Empress So-yeon, Simbongsa Yu Taepyungyang, Ppangdeok Kim Geum-mi, Kwak's wife Kim Mi-jin, etc.

    -Players-
    Park Hee-jung, Lee Seong-do, Geomungo, Choi Young-hoon, Cho Yong-soo, Daegeum Lee Won-wang, Gayageum Kim Min-young, percussion Do Kyung-han, Janggo Kim Tae-young, Haegeum Won Na-kyung

K-Cultural Heritage (5)

  • 2006.11.17
    designated date
    In Namwon and Jeonju areas of Jeollabuk-do, excellent lacquerware was produced from ancient times.

    In order to continue the tradition of lacquerware making lacquerware by lacquerware made of rich local wood, Jeollabuk-do designated lacquer paste as Do-type Cultural Heritage No. 13 to protect and foster it.

    In 2006, Angon (1962~) was recognized as a holder of lacquerware in the field of 13-3 by subdividing the functions of lacquerware.

    He has the technique and technique of making lacquerware in the wooden chest area by making white bones such as barit, jegi, and bulgi with ginkgo and nogak trees.
  • 2008.12.16
    designated date
    Buddhist paintings mainly produce tangs for worship and enlightenment, which express Buddhist doctrines in a conversational way.

    The 15th Intangible Cultural Heritage of Busan, Gwon Yeong-gwan, is a Buddhist cremator who clearly proves his relationship with the Buddhist monk. His father, Kwon Jeong-du, was transferred from Yang Wan-ho, a great Buddhist mother who left many Buddhist paintings in Gyeongsang-do, including Busan, in the early 20th century, and produced outstanding Buddhist paintings and sculptures nationwide, while Kwon Yeong-gwan was transferred from his father again.

    It was first introduced in 1962 and has been engaged in the production of tangs for 46 years in Busan. In 1972, he won the Excellence Prize for painting in the Buddhist Painting section of the 3rd Buddhist Art Exhibition hosted by the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism, and won the Best Prize in the 4th edition in 1973, and the 5th edition in 1974, the following year, he won the Special Prize.

    In addition to Buddhist temples in Busan such as Beomeosa and Samgwangsa Temple, there are more than 50 of his major works enshrined in Buddhist temples across the countrywide. In his writings, eight passers-by are currently working to pass on the function of Buddhist painting production.

    In addition, the traditional methods of making Buddhist scriptures are faithfully followed by the traditional methods of making them, along with the ability to embody the contents of Buddhist scriptures in Buddhist scriptures. On December 16, 2008, it was designated as Busan Intangible Cultural Property No.15.
  • 1987.5.13
    designated date
    Andong Soju was a distilled soju handed down from a famous house in Andong, and the general public used it as a first aid for wounds, stomachache, poor appetite, and indigestion.

    The recipe is to soak five grains, rice, barley, joe, sorghum, and beans in water, steam them in a sirloin, mix them with yeast, and ferment them for about 10 days to make a statement.

    If you put this statement in a pot and make a fire with soju on top of it, the statement is distilled and soju is made. Andong Soju, produced here, has excellent taste and aroma because of its good clean water.

    Andong Soju was passed down to Gayangju, but it was commercialized under the brand "Jebi Soju" in 1920 by establishing a factory in Andong, but production of Soongok Soju was suspended in 1962 due to the revision of the Taxation Act.

    Then in 1987, Andong Soju production and sale were resumed in 1990 after the secret recipe for making Andong Soju was designated as an intangible cultural asset and Cho Ok-hwa was recognized as a functional holder.

K-History (16)

  • 1997.11.17
    statutory anniversary
    It is a legal anniversary established to convey the spirit of independence and sacrifice of patriotic martyrs who devoted themselves to the restoration of national sovereignty to future generations and to honor the spirit and exploits of patriotic martyrs.

    On November 21, 1939, at the 31st extraordinary general meeting of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea, which was the center of the Korean independence movement, the national holiday of the country was established as a joint memorial day for patriotic martyrs for the country at the suggestion of six people, including Ji Cheong-cheon and Cha Yi-seok.

    Later, the event was held under the supervision of the provisional government until the Liberation of August 15th, and was included in the Memorial Day memorial service organized by private organizations from 1946 to 1969, the Ministry of Patriots and Veterans Affairs from 1962 to 1969, and again from 1970 to 1996.

    However, it was restored as a government memorial day on May 9, 1997, following the long-cherished desire and long-cherished desire of the bereaved families of independence fighters, and has been held as a government-sponsored event since November 17 of that year.
  • 1962.12.3
    Designated date
    It is a representative native dog of Korea that our ancestors have been raising since long ago in Jindo-gun, Jeollanam-do.

    Jindo dogs are 50 to 55cm tall for males and 45 to 50cm for females, and their heads and faces are octagonal in front of them, and their overall impression is mild.

    The ears are slightly tilted forward and stand upright, and the eyes are triangular and dark yellow or gray.

    The nose is almost black and has a light red color.

    Jindo dogs have a bold personality and are very sensitive to smell and hearing, making them suitable for hunting.

    It is also faithful and smart, and has a good nature of returning to where it lived even after going far away from where it lived, making it suitable for pets and keeping a house.

    It was designated and protected as Natural Monument No. 53 on December 3, 1962.

    In 1995, Jindo dogs were recognized as international protected breeding animals.
  • 1964.12.3
    opening day
    The Freedom Center, designed by architect Kim Soo-geun (February 20, 1931 to June 14, 1986,) was decided to be established at the 1962 Asian Anti-Communist Federation Provisional Assembly to prevent communist aggression against free Asian countries and to protect peace and security.

    The main building of the Freedom Center, a large convention center, Seoul Club, a social club for high-ranking people, and Tower Hotel, a hotel for foreigners, were established here.

    It is the first government-run building and represents Korea in the 1960s.

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