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  • 2011.3.26
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    Busan Ancient Tombs Dori Gulip was a geollip that was performed in the Ancient area of GobunDori, Seodaesin-dong, Seo-gu, Busan, and was called Geolipgut because it received a little rice or money in return for wishing good fortune by visiting Gagahho Lake in the hope that there would be only good things at the beginning of the year.

    Busan Ancient Tombs-ri Gulip is a traditional folk religion with a history of more than 150 years, considering that the rite was held in Dangsan, Sijaksan Mountain, a village guardian mountain of Daesin-dong, which was built around 1860.

    Busan GobunDori Gulip consists of a total of 37 people, including jisu, Aksa, and Japsaek. First of all, Goha in Dangsan, visit each family to perform a well-being ritual, and then perform a ritual to pray for a good fish, and then perform a dance performance at the Pangutpan.

    Busan GobunDori Gulip is distinct from other geolip Nori, such as the detailed composition of the Sungjupuri editorial, the insertion of Yongwanggut section chief, and the musical diversity of Buckunnori and Yeonhee among Seollnori. In addition, the musical composition and editorial composition of Yu Sam-ryong, Lee Myeong-cheol, and Jeong Sang-ryeol, who were the best pungmul jabs of the time, are outstanding. It is considered to be a traditional folk who actually perform geolip on the first day of the year in Seo-gu, Busan, and has sufficient folk and cultural value.

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