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K-Pop & Trot (4)

  • 2021.7.19
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    It is a song that symbolizes Korea and rearranged Arirang into a cheering song version to overcome difficult times.

    The copyright of the sound source is donated to the state and provided for free use by all citizens.
  • 2020.8.18
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    North Korean Youth Choir With You
    Dokdo campaign on the presentation.

    Dokdo, 2014.8.14
  • 1988.9.14
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    It is the official theme song of the 1988 Seoul Olympics, sung by singer Koreana.

    It is estimated to have sold 17 million singles worldwide, topping 17 countries including Germany, Japan, Hong Kong, Switzerland and Spain.

    Thanks to its great record and reputation, including topping radio station Requests during the Olympics, many people around the world still consider it one of the best official Olympic theme songs.

    'Koreana' was a very popular group in Europe in the 1970s and 1980s under the name of 'Arirang Singers'.

    In 1980, he was selected as one of the top 10 European music groups in the popular West German ARD program 'Musikladen'.

    At that time, it was a group that had great reputation abroad and recognized musicality, so it was a group with reputation and ability that was never short of singing the theme song of the Olympics, a festival of people around the world.

K-Traditional Music (28)

  • 2020.11.15
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    Gyeongsang Province, late Kim So-hee song made by the singer features an enchanting melody, and the Japanese occupation of the menarijo bukkando lost wind-swept heart of people who moved to country representation.A folk song(Minyo).

    Gayageum Byeongchang: Jeon Hai-ok, Oh Ju-eun, Choi Ye-rim
    Ajaeng: Seo Young-ho
    Daegeum: Won Wan Chul
    Ko Soo: Jung Joon Ho
  • 2020.11.25
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    Lee Yura is a master singer who has devoted his entire life to promoting the sound of Chuncheon's righteous army Arirang and Gangwon.

    I majored in Gyeonggi folk songs and came to Gangwon-do to do Gangwon-do folk songs.

    The difference between Gyeonggi folk songs and Gangwon folk songs is that Gangwon-do folk songs and Gyeonggi-do folk songs differ in tone and Gangwon-do sounds have a limit.

    Gangwon Province is said to have been saddened and saddened by the sound of the sorrow and life in the mountains, which appear in geographical features.
  • 2020.11.26
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    ♡ Saraebat Arirang paints the image of our rural communities after the Japanese colonial period.

    Saraebat means a field that is served by a marm (manager of tenant land) for labor.

    Park Ae-ri's unique frosty voice is a song that highlights the sentiments of modern Korea.

K-Cultural Heritage (5)

  • 1971.11.16
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    Jeongseon Arirang is also known as "Arari," a folk song unique to Jeongseon, which contains the living feelings of the residents of Jeongseon Mountain Village.

    It is said that Jeongseon Arirang was the first time that the scholars who served the Goryeo Dynasty began to sing poems about loyalty and longing for their hometowns while hiding in Jeongseon when Goryeo collapsed.

    The lyrics are mainly composed of love between men and women, separation, sinse-tan, poetry, or satire, but the lyrics and lyrics vary from one song to another, such as the sorrow and sorrow of a nation without a country during Japanese colonial era. Jeongseon Arirang has an appeal that the contents of the editorial are sad and sad, the woven parts clearly convey the editorial, and the drooping parts scream.

    If Jindo Arirang is upbeat, exciting, and its craftiness stands out, Miryang Arirang is stiff and masculine. In comparison, Jeongseon Arirang has a simple but female sigh in its calm flow.

    Currently, Yoo Young-ran, Kim Nam-gi, Kim Hyung-jo, and Kim Gil-ja are active as holders of Jeongseon Arirang, and Choi Bong-chul is recognized as honorary holders.
  • 1999.4.15
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    The sound of footsteps is a farming song that is sung to forget fatigue and improve efficiency while working on rice paddies and fields. Also referred to as the sound of fields or farming. Singing individually or collectively as one of the folk songs, the song may vary depending on the region.

    The sound of a foot pit in Gumi was sung while working on a wide, greasy plain in Jinsan-dong, Gumi. Starting with Yeongnam Arirang, the song includes the use of words, phlegm, sound of screams, sound of screams, and the sound of a muffler when cutting trees or grasses. There are also mochi sounds, mochi sounds, rice paddies sounds, threshing sounds, and ching chingi (Gaeji Naqing) sung after the rice paddies.

    The sound of the sound of the foot gums of Gumi is a folk song that has been urbanized and industrialized relatively well today. Baek Nam-jin, an entertainment holder living in Gumi, is continuing his career.
  • 1983.8.6
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    Gamnae Gejuldanggi was a game played by villagers around the fifteenth day of the first lunar month in Miryang Gamnae, and it can be called a modified game of general village-level tug-of-war. As for the origin of the story, it is said that the village elders made a crab-shaped rope and pulled the winning team to settle the dispute as there were many crabs in Gamcheon area from the old days.

    Before the tug-of-war play, we pray for the well-being of the village and the victory in the competition with Dangsan Gut. While the rope is side-lined, the farmers sing Milyang Arirang and dance deotbogeegi dance to boost their excitement, and the farmers will have a preliminary match to pull the row and the jackpot and push the crab catcher away. This game is played in a circle with a diameter of about 2 meters, which looks like a crab's back. A total of 25 people, five from each side, will lie on their shoulders, five from each side, turn their backs against the other, and pull the rope. The winning team will take over as a good crab catcher that year, and at the end, the two teams will unite to hold a pangut.

    The Gamnae Crab Puller is an original folk game designed to resolve conflicts between the residents' harmony and nearby villages, and it is characterized by a small number of people holding the rope around their necks and pulling it down on their stomachs.

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