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K-Pop & Trot (9)

  • 1990.12.1
    release date
    This is Kim Wan-sun's fifth full-length album released by Asia Records.

    Kim Wan-sun overcame the vocal controversy and prejudice raised in her previous albums with the support of her own efforts and excellent assistants.

    When he was a high school student, he made his debut with his first album 'Tonight' in 1986 and created a sensation with his pollution-free voice, unconventional stage manners, intense eyes and fascinating sensuality, and his fifth full-length album 'Piero's laughter' in 1990 was his best.
  • 2020.12.19
    Broadcasting day
    ☆ Singer Kim Ji-ae made her name known in 1986 when Park Chun-seok's original trot "Muleya," composed of lyrics and lyrics, became a hit.

    In 1989, the song "The Ugly Person" (composed by Jeon Young-rok) rose to stardom with the highest popularity upon its release.

    In December 2020, 'Lee So-na', a Korean traditional musician who majored in Gyeonggi folk music, received great attention for singing at ' KBS Broadcasting Station (Trot National Contest). ☆
  • 1986.1.5
    release date
    'My Old Story', 'Dream' and 'If You Come To My Heart' are hit songs by singer-songwriter Cho Duk-bae, who has been active since the mid-80s.

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K-Cultural Heritage (5)

  • 2005.2.7
    designated date
    ☆Sagi is often a relative concept of pottery that does not glaze, and refers comprehensively to glazed porcelain that has been made at temperatures above 1250°C.

    Sagi-jang means a master craftsman who makes porcelain, such as white porcelain, celadon, and buncheongsagi ware(a grayish-blue-powdered celadon).

    During the Joseon Dynasty, 360 Sagijangs belonged to Saongwon, which was in charge of royal meals, and were in charge of producing royal white porcelain at the official residence in Gwangju, Gyeonggi-do.

    White porcelain is represented by the use of white clay, which is low in iron oxide, and the reproduction at high temperatures by sampling a high-resolution glaze of feldspar series.

    Sagijang Seo Kwang-soo met with artisan Ji Soon-taek in the early 1960s and began to learn pottery techniques for 25 years.

    He started to run Handoyo in 1986 and has been working until now. He was designated as the 14th Master of the Republic of Korea in 2003 and the Gyeonggi-do Intangible Cultural Property (White porcelain) in 2005.

    He uses a traditional firewood klin to create a variety of white porcelain works, including moon jars, which are evaluated to have perfectly embodied the milky-white color of Joseon white porcelain.
  • 1996.3.29
    designated date
    Born in 1944, Sung Joon-sook entered Pansori by learning the Sugungga from the master singer Im Bul-i. After that, I learned Chunhyangga and Simcheongga from Ju Gwang-deok, Yi Il-ju, and Oh Jeong-suk.

    Sung Joon-sook succeeded Kim Yeon-soo's "Jeokbyeokga," which was a re-creation of the "Jeokbyeokga" of the Dongpyeonje, Yoo Seong-jun.

    Since 1987, Heungbo has held a full singing presentation at Jeokbyeokga, Sugungga, and won the grand prize at the Pansori Festival in Namwon in 1985 and at the Pansori Master Singing Contest in 1986 and the Jeollabuk-do Cultural Award in 1991.
  • 2002.4.20
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    Born in Naju in 1943, Ahn Bu-deok moved to Mokpo during his childhood, graduated from Mokpo Elementary School, and continued to live in Mokpo, where he trained pansori to Shin Chi-seon, Jeong Eung-min, Kim Sang-yong, and Seong U-hyang. I learned Dongpyeonje Chunhyangga from Seong Wuhyang teacher for 6 years from 1986. In 1994, she won the Grand Prize (President's Award) at the National Pansori Master Singing Contest.

    Ahn Bu-deok has inherited the tradition of Chunhyangga, the Eastern Pyeonje of King Sejong. In particular, the rich reward and unobstructed old story of Sigimsae shows the teacher's unremitting efforts and skills, and shows off his skillful and splendid performance in the Chunhyangga, Kim's Dongpyeonje Chunhyangga.

K-History (6)

  • 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.
  • 1986.1.20
    Export date
    1,000 Korean cars departed Ulsan Port on January 20, 1986 to export to the United States.

    It has already exported Korean cars to the world for more than a decade, but it was the first time to export them to the United States, the world's largest market and the owner of the automobile industry.

    The car model, which was exported to the U.S., was Pony excel, and Presto continued to step on U.S. soil.
  • 1979.4.18
    Completion date
    Jamsil Indoor Stadium is an indoor arena located in Seoul Sports Complex.

    Construction began on December 1, 1976, and was completed on April 18, 1979, with 11,069 seats installed.

    It is used as an indoor ball game stadium such as basketball, volleyball, and handball, and various performance events are also held.

    It was also used as an indoor football stadium in 1985. It was used as a basketball and volleyball stadium at the 1986 Asian Games and at the 1988 Summer Olympics.

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