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K-Pop & Trot (19)

  • 2020.11.9
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    He declared himself a witch without being swayed by others' gaze or judgment, expressing his frank desire and positive and confident attitude as a splendid and brilliant festival.

    With retro synthesizer riffs, danceable drum beats and disco bass lines that captivate the ears with disco genre songs, the 1980s-style music was recalled in GFRIEND's own style in 2020.

    Sing me who blooms anew and proudly becomes the master of life.
  • 1990.12.30
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    'Missing Face' is a song that has been greatly loved for its enchanting tone and Latin-style dance.

    Min Hae-kyung, who graduated from Gugak Arts High School, was the second TBC World Song in 1980.I made my debut in the K-pop scene with the song "Who's Song?" and in 1981, I was a teenage singer at MBC.She won a rookie award for the female part at the festival.

    In 1983, he won the Grand Prix and Best Artist Award at the 1st LA World Song Festival.

    In 1990, he was the first Korean singer to win the grand prize at the 10th ABU National Song Festival for 'I Want to See'.
  • 2014.2.12
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    ☆The title track of the mini-album [Skool Luv Affair].

    Producer Pdogg, who have been working together since BTS's debut album, composer Bang Si-hyuk, members of BTS Rap Monster and SUGA, worked together.

    Combining intense rock sounds and rough hip-hop drums, the song has completed a unique charm sound.

    In order to create a rocking feeling, he put a lot of effort into the recording process by recruiting a guitarist from the U.K.

    BTS reinterpreted 'OLD SCHOOL HIPHOP', which debuted in the 1980s and enjoyed great popularity among hip-hop musicians, Run D.M.C.

    The song has the charm of running nonstop from start to finish, making the whole body flutter.

    Like the last album, the members participated in the song and expressed their honest thoughts in their own language. The reckless confession that I will not give up even if you don't know my heart and run towards you to the end contains pure ambition.

    Also, you can feel the freshness of a teenage boy through lyrics like 'I think I would go well if I could go to college with you."

K-Traditional Music (5)

  • 2020.11.23
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    The late Han Beom-soo (1911-1980) was a master of Daegeumsanjo who was taught by Park Jong-gi and Kang Baek-cheon to create his own legacy.

    After 64 years, he was selected as an official course in the department of Korean traditional music history and the department of Korean traditional music at Seoul National University's College of Music, and after 66 years, he was taught at the Korean Traditional Arts High School, which became widespread.
  • 2020.11.27
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    Im Dong-sik was born in 1950 and died in 1980 at the age of 30.

    Since childhood, I have been close to music and learned music as fast as I could with the artistry I inherited from my parents.

    Won Gwang-ho, a student of Han Gap-deuk, learned the geomungosanjo and took off the foundation of Sanjo in nearly a year.

    Lim Dong-sik's Geomungo Sanjo was born by learning the music resources of his teachers Han Kap-deuk and Shin Kwae-dong and combining the independent music world from his musicality.

    His geomungo Sanjo is particularly similar to Han Gap-deuk's melody, which shows his influence.

    The performance will focus on the music of Kim Ho-seong, recorded in 1970, and the sheet music by Woo Min-hee in 2011.
  • 2020.12.3
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    Haegeumsanjo was first seen by Ji Yong-gu at the end of the Joseon Dynasty, but at that time it was not called Sanjo, but rather called Sinawi.

    Later, in the early 1960s, the two mountain ranges of Haegeumsanjo were formed by Ji Yeong-hui and Han Beom-su, and have been passed down to this day.

    While Ji Yeong-hee based on Gyeonggi's shamanic rhythm has many clear and cheerful rhythms, Han Beom-su based on Namdo music has a strong surfaction, but it has a simple taste because a lot of anchoring is used.

    Born in Yesan, Chungcheong Province, Han Beom-soo (1911-1980) also left Daegeumsanjo and Tung Ae-jo as the master of daegeum and tungae.

    In the haegeumsanjo of Hanbeomsoo-ryu, many of his own rhythms appear, apparently due to the creation of haegeumsanjo after the completion of the daegeumsanjo.

    The platform consists of Jinyangjo-Jungmori-Jungjungmori-Jajinmori.

K-Cultural Heritage (10)

  • 2016.11.11
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    "Woljeongsa Top Doll" was handed down through Japanese colonial era and 6.25, and Monk Manhwa, who was appointed as the host in 1969, restored and systematized the traditional top Dori.

    Since then, the "Woljeongsa pagoda" has been in service every year since its demonstration at the Odaesan Buddhist Culture Festival in 2004 after going through a period of stagnation in the 1980s and 1990s. Since 2013, the tower has been held every month on the fifteenth and the first day of the month.

    In addition to Woljeongsa Temple, Tapdol is performed by Beopjusa Palsangjeon Tower Stone, Chungju Central Tower Stone, Tongdosa Pagoda, and Manboksa Pagoda, but it is the only one designated as an intangible cultural asset.

    Tapdoli is a ritual that has a long history that was mentioned in the history of the Three Kingdoms.

    Source: Hyundai Buddhist Newspaper (
  • 2002.12.23
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    Gyubang Darye is a restoration and succession of traditional Korean tea culture, and the restoration and establishment of tea culture and etiquette in everyday life in Incheon.

    Since Lee Gwi-rye, a skilled craftsman, learned tea etiquette from her grandfather who had been involved in the Donghak Movement since childhood in 1973, she received the lifestyle and form from Yoo Seung-guk, a professor at Sungkyunkwan University, and the Jeonju Yi Clan's Incheon Support Center.

    In 1974, Dagyeong, Dasin, Dongdasong, and Gukjo Orye were studied in various literature and traditional Buddhist temples. In 1978, the Korean Tea Association and the Korea Tea Culture Association in 1980, the tea ceremony were restored and developed and distributed.
  • 2016.12.28
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    The Bottom Sailboat Shipyard was designated as Busan Intangible Cultural Property No. 25 on December 28, 2016, and refers to the craftsman who makes the Bottom Sailboat, a traditional boat of our region.

    Kim Chang-myeong, the owner of the lower sailboat shipyard, has been working as a family business for four generations since his great-grandfather's birth, and has built more than 100 wooden ships including Hwangpo sailboat, ferry boat, and Sogu engine boats near the mouth of the Nakdonggang River.

    Hwangpo Sailboat by Kim Chang-myung is one of the symbols of the history of the Nakdonggang River, and it has important meanings in terms of the linearity of traditional ships and the development of manufacturing techniques, wooden boat-making tools, and understanding of the life culture downstream of the Nakdonggang River.

    The lower sailboat, which is a Hwangpo sailboat at the bottom, is 25 to 35 long (750 to 1,0050 cm), 5.5 to 7 wide (165 to 210 cm), and 2.5 to 3.5 deep (75 to 105 cm) since the end of the Han Dynasty. Another large sailboat remains, and waterways near Samrangjin and other waterways. Among them, the large sailboat that traveled to and from the upper reaches of the Nakdonggang River almost disappeared in 1970 with the opening of the Gyeongbu Expressway and the construction of bridges to cross the river. The sailboat near the mouth of the Nakdonggang River disappeared in the mid-1980s when the composite resin (FRP) line was supplied and the estuary bank was constructed. Recently, local governments have maintained their reputation as a sailboat occasionally manufactured for tourism, so it is necessary to designate the lower sailboat shipyard as a cultural asset to preserve it.

K-History (8)

  • 1996.11.13
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    On November 13, 1996, the Government-General of Korea building was completely demolished.

    The Japanese Government-General's Office was completed in 1926 and was used as the U.S. Military Government Office and the Central Office after the liberation of Korea.

    It was used as the National Museum of Korea in the 1980s, but was demolished in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the liberation of Korea in 1995.
  • 1980.11.14
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    The consolidation of the press was a measure of the consolidation of the press, which was promoted under the direction of Chun Doo-hwan in November 1980.

    On November 14, 1980, the Korean Association of Newspapers and Broadcasters held an extraordinary general meeting under pressure from the new military, and decided to merge the press, which included the consolidation of newspapers, broadcasting and telecommunications, the establishment of a public system for broadcasting, and the creation of the only large private telecommunications company.

    The resolution included "autonomous reorganization of newspapers, broadcasting and telecommunications," but in fact it was the result of coercion by the Chun Doo-hwan administration, which dragged the publishers and managers subject to the merger to the security company and forced them to stamp a memorandum that they had no objection to the merger.

    According to the memorandum, 64 media outlets across the country, including 28 newspapers, 29 broadcasts and seven communications, were merged into 18 media outlets, including 14 newspapers, three broadcasts and one communication, and 172 types of periodicals were closed.
  • 1980.12.1
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    Starting with the live broadcast of the 17th Export Day ceremony at 10:30 a.m. on December 1, 1980, the curtain of the color TV era was opened in Korea.

    Prior to the broadcast, as the color-adjusting test radio was shown in color, spectators gathered in front of the television store and looked at it with curiosity.

    On the first day of color broadcasting, KBS 1TV has been broadcasting full-time from 5:20 p.m., and satellite broadcasting of semi-finals with children's programs such as 'Program Guide', 'Baby Charge', 'Children's Relay Car Launching', and 'Lee Joo-il's Children's Children's Children's World, and Kings Cup Soccer Korea vs. Thailand B team.

    From December 22, KBS 2TV and MBC-TV also started color test broadcasts, and all TV stations in Korea will be color broadcasting.

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