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K-Pop & Trot (1)

  • 2020.4.3
    Release Date
    "Not Flamboyant Confession" is a ballad song released by Lee Seung-hwan in 1993, and it was reborn as a more mellow version in about 27 years after meeting Kyu-hyun.

    In particular, the lyrical melody and retro lyrics of the original song are in perfect harmony with Kyu-hyun's emotional vocals, and the luxurious arrangement of acoustic guitar and rich orchestration gives viewers a calm impression.

K-Traditional Music (1)

  • 2021.2.15
    Recommended music
    ☆ Lim Hyang-nim is the granddaughter of Master Lim Bang-ul, and a singer who has worked at the National Theatre of Korea. Also, she is one of the masters of today that succeeded Gangsanje Boseongsori Chunhyang-ga, Heungbo-ga school of Park Rok-ju, and Dongchoje Pansori.

    This video shows her actual performance from Dongtaryeong to Heungbo's return home from Heungbo-ga at the National Theater of Korea in 1993.

K-Cultural Heritage (9)

  • 1998.11.27
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    In Jeolla-do, lacquer trees grew all over the country, and many good lacquerware was produced early on, and painting was also popular as wood furniture and woodwork developed around Namwon and Jeonju. Born in 1954, Lee Eui-sik learned lacquer from Choi Kyu-han and Choi Hwan-hee. Lee Eui-sik's lacquer work is famous for its gloss, strength and excellent brushwork that shows the level of refining the paint. He won a number of prizes at the Jeonseung Crafts Competition and the National Crafts Competition, and won a silver prize at the 1993 International Design Competition in Japan.
  • 1994.12.5
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    Jindo Hongju can find its origin in Soju, which came from the Yuan Dynasty of China during the Goryeo Dynasty. Therefore, scholars argue that the Mongolians who came to destroy Sambyulcho may have introduced the secret method of lowering Hongju, but it is hard to say that the herb used as a ingredient was introduced to Hongju using raw medicine because it is difficult to grow in the devastated Mongo land.

    Since the late Goryeo Dynasty, our ancestors have been making and drinking soju called hanju or baekju in any province. Originally, soju was used only in the royal court, but it seems to have gradually become popular with the working class.

    In this process, the wisdom of adding medicine to soju was developed, and the liquor was developed into weak soju or hansoju, giving birth to famous alcoholic beverages that were unique to each region. Jindo Hongju is also thought to have developed into a local silk.

    The process of making is three stages of the manufacture, desalination and fermentation of yeast and distillation. Hongju is a liquor with a high alcohol content of 40 percent or more that helps digestion, and has a high alcohol content of 40 percent or more, which makes you feel drunk even with a small amount without much stimulation in your throat, and has the effect and characteristic of being able to do cocktails without a hangover.

    Jindo Hongju had been generally manufactured in a well-to-do house until liberation, but since then, due to severe alcohol control, women and women who have a harder life than rich families secretly manufactured it as a means of living, and the secret recipe has been passed down to this day.

    Currently, the Jindo Traditional Hongju Preservation Society, which was founded in 1993, preserves, develops, and industrializes, and is inherited by Heo Hwa-ja, the holder of functions.
  • 2002.12.30
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    Gagok is also known as the Eternal Ring Jigok, which is a vocal piece that is included in the regular price along with sijo and lyric that were popular in the upper class society of the Joseon Dynasty. The lyric of Sijo is sung in the form of Chapter 5 to the orchestral accompaniment of Piri, Jeotdae, Gayageum, Geomungo, and Haegeum. Its artistic value is excellent compared to that of Sijo and its lyrics. Traditional songs are played by 16-night or 10-night Janggu Jangdan accompaniment, and are based on 24 songs and are divided into male, female, and male and female songs according to the classification of people.

    The song originated in the early Joseon Dynasty, and the current song was formed at the end of the Joseon Dynasty. As the mandaeyeop and Jungdaeyeop gradually declined during the late Joseon Dynasty, the sagdaeyeop became more prevalent, and from the end of the 17th century, the sagdaeyeop became a variant of 1, 2, and 3. By the 18th century, Jungger, Pyeonggeo, and Duger were derived from the Great Lakes of Isu, and by the 20th century, they grew into huge vocal music like today's songs.

    In 1988, Han Ja-yi was introduced to Wolha Kim Deok-soon, the owner of an important intangible cultural asset, Yeo Chang-ga-gok, and learned about the arts. Since 1992, he has been studying Namchang Song from Kim Gyeong-bae, the owner of Namchang Song, and from So Dong-gyu, Kim Gyu-yeol, and Park Gi-ok, the master singers of Naepoje Sijo, he learned how to make poems and sing lyrics. He won the gold medal at the 1992 national men's and women's sijo sang competition and the grand prize of the Jeonju Daesaseup Nori Sijo in 1993.

K-History (4)

  • 1994.4.8
    Debut date
    Born in Gongju, Chungcheongnam-do in 1973, Park Chan-ho, who attended Middle East Elementary School, Gongju Middle School, and Gongju High School, signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1994 when he was a sophomore at Hanyang University, becoming the first Korean to advance to the Major League.

    He has a career record of 476 games in 17 years in Major League Baseball, 124 wins and 98 losses in 1993 innings with an ERA of 4.36.

    In particular, 124 wins are the most wins by an Asian pitcher. It's a milestone that no one will ever encounter.
  • 1993.7.30
    Departure Date
    On July 30, 1993, 192 South Korean military construction support engineers departed from Seongnam Seoul Airport to participate in Somalia's United Nations Peacekeeping Operations (PKO) for the first time in the Korean military.

    The Sangnoksu unit was sent to Somalia from July 1993 to February 1995 to carry out road repairs and community support activities, mostly destroyed by civil war.
  • 1993.8.6
    Date of hosting
    On August 6, 1993, the opening ceremony of the Daejeon Expo was held. The fair was held for 93 days with 108 countries from around the world participating under the theme of “The Road to a New Leap Forward”.

    In 1993, the Daejeon Expo was held as the first World Expo Organization accredited expo held in developing countries.

    It was a commemorative expo where Korea, which participated in the Chicago Expo in 1893 for the first time as an 8-room tiled house, became the host country after 100 years.

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