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  • 1991.8.1
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    Born in 1967, Shim-Shin began his career as a vocal for the group's foreign army in 1986.

    He debuted as her solo career in 1990 and released hit songs such as'I Love Your Sadness','You Only One','The Greedy','Difference in Personality', and'Craving', and was popular in the early 90s.

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K-Cultural Heritage (2)

  • 2009.3.20
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    ☆Kim Sun-ja was born in 1945 in Jindo, the town of pansori, and has been studying pansori since she was young.

    In 1967, she entered the Pansori world after learning Heungbuga from Kim Heungnam. Since then, Choi Ran-soo, the second Important Intangible Cultural Property in North Jeolla Province, has taught Sugungga, Heungbuga and Chunhyangga to Cho Sang-hyun, the fifth Important Intangible Cultural Property, and Simcheongga and Chunhyangga. In addition, there have been several presentations of pansori, including the Pansori Cha-sang at the 16th Jeonju Daesaseup Nori National Competition, the Pansori President's Award in 1996, the Seoul Pansori Yupa Presentation in 1994, the Seoul Pansori Heungbo in 1998, and the Seoul Pansori Yupa Presentation in 2005.

    In particular, Kim Soon-ja has been actively engaged in activities for the development of local traditional culture and arts, including training of pansori to the general public at Mokpo Cultural Center, Mokpo Maritime University, Halla University, Jeonnam Provincial Government, Jeonnam Arts High School, and Jeju Mokgwana.
  • 2017.11.2
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    Byeorujang refers to a craftsman who has the skill or function of making a inkstone.

    Yoo Gil-hoon (born 1949, 68 years old) began his career in March 1967 under the late Kim In-soo, the master of the Sangsan Dam in Jincheon, North Chungcheong Province. He worked at the foot of Mt. Duta in Cheongju, where the material of the inkstone was made, and came down to Gyeongju in 1993 to find a better one. In 2001, he found the best one in the Bangudae area of Eonyang-eup and settled in the current workshop and has been making the inkstone for 15 years.

    Eonyang inkstone is two types of yellowish and dark red, and is widely used as a type of inkstone, spspan class='xml2' onmouseover='up2(3733)'onmouseout='dn2()'dn2())spspspan>pan>g>g 강g 강gayobos(s 흑 흑 흑((((((((((((()))))(((())((()))))))))))))))))))))))) This compares with China's spspan class='xml2' onmouseover='up2(1057)' onmouseout='dn2()'dn2()단계단계단계단계단계단계단계단계단계단계단계단계, which is slightly lighter than the red phase and stronger than the green phase. It is said that the particles of the stone are not murky, the ground ink is not permeated by the stone, and the writing is glossy. It is often said that a stele can be eaten with breath, but this can be done with Eonyang inkstone.

    The tools for making inkstone include hammer, chisel, gumegae, furry, saw, push, carving, abrasive stone, sandpaper, lacquer, etc. The inkstone work is carried out in the stage of collecting stones →Wonseok Foundation→Sangsaing→Painting밑Painting조각Painting→Painting→Painting조각Gwangtaeking. Yoo Gil-hoon has a number of traditional tools that have been used since the late Kim In-soo's apprenticeship, and is still using traditional tools in the entire process from roughing to finishing after collecting the stone.

    Yu Gil-hoon's inkstone inherited the tradition of the Sangsan Bamboo in Jincheon, and Yeonsu ( 부분: the grinding part of the food) was dug a little deep so that if it stopped, the ink would be concentrated in the middle, and if possible, the lotus paper (where water was stored) would not contain any carving or patterns. This is because if you put a pattern here, there will be food scraps between the pieces and the patterns. Also, the surface of the surface is not angled as much as possible and is shaped like a circle or curve, which is also to prevent any ink residue from getting stuck in the corners. In addition, the pancake of the inkstone was cut in half into bamboo so that the ink could flow inside without overflowing.

    The representative patterns of Yoo Gil-hoon's inkstone are various, including the dragon, phoenix, hawk, egg, soup, porridge, Ten Jangsaeng, grape, painting, Ilwolyeon, and Sansuyeon, which are related to Ulsan or Bangudae. The size of the inkstone is usually about 40 to 60 centimeters, and it is characterized by a large realistic and three-dimensional pattern. Also, the shape of Danyang Bamboo in Danyang-gun, North Chungcheong Province, which uses "span class='xml2' onmouseover='up2 (4394)' onmouseout='dn2()((sp magnets using magnets such as </span>, has a three-dimensional lid, compared to the fact that it emphasizes decorative beauty.

K-History (5)

  • 1968.12.21
    Opening Date
    Construction began on March 24, 1967 and was completed on December 21, 1968.

    The Gyeongin Expressway, built in preparation for the rapid increase in transportation demand between Seoul and Incheon, is Korea's first highway, although the road extension is short, meaningful in that it has provided an opportunity to enter the era of highway and high growth.
  • 1967.4.15
    Completion date
    The hall, which was opened on December 1, 1908, was completely burnt down by the North Korean military on September 27, 1950, but was rebuilt on April 15, 1967.

    The Seoul Christian Youth Center was a base for the activities of enlightenment intellectuals and young people, contributing greatly to the historical development of Korean churches and society.

    In particular, the anti-Japanese movement and enlightenment movement were carried out under Japanese colonial rule, and after liberation, the unification movement, democratization movement, and civic movement were carried out.
  • 1967.5.15
    Date of discovery
    On May 15, 1967, the Silla Oak investigation team announced that they had discovered the tomb of King Munmu in Silla.

    According to the Samgungnyusa (The Heritage of the Three States), King Munmu left a will that if he cremated after he died and buried it in the East Sea, he would become a dragon and prevent the Japanese invasion of the East Sea.

    It is located off the coast of Bonggil-ri, Munmudaewang-myeon, Gyeongju-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do.

    This rock, called Daewangam, is a natural rock in the sea close to the beach, and was designated as Historic Site No. 158 in 1967.

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