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  • 1999.11.19
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    The apportionment refers to a traditional painting processing technique that enhances not only beauty but also practicality and preservation by attaching paper, silk, etc. to letters and paintings. It was introduced during the Japanese Colonial Period and is now called "Pyo-gu." Baechapjang refers to a person who was in charge of painting the royal court in the early Joseon Dynasty.

    Known as the origin of the Han Dynasty of China, the Chinese Tang Dynasty developed further and reached its founding stage. I don't know how it was passed down to Korea, but judging from the folding screen paintings of Goguryeo tombs, it is estimated that the foundation of the Korean layout was formed during the Three Kingdoms Period. Baechop was developed steadily after the Unified Silla and Goryeo Period. During the Joseon Dynasty, an expert named Baechapjang appeared.

    There are five types of arrangement: frame, folding screen, scroll, scrolling, and ancient painting processing. The frame goes through the process of working on the silk foundation - the cultivation of the painting plant - the preparation of the frame and the preparation of the frame. One width of a folding screen is the same as a frame.

    The work process of the scroll consists of foundation - vinegar - double - drying - triple - drying - and half - month attachment. A binding refers to the treatment of ancient books that have been damaged by a cover or slip. Ancient painting processing requires high insight and detailed skills as it is a work to revive damaged ancient paintings.

    Baechapjang was designated as an Intangible Cultural asset at the Cultural level as a traditional craftsmanship, and Hong Jong-jin, a functional holder living in Cheongju, North Chungcheong Province, continues to live there.
  • 2006.11.24
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    A palace market is a person who has the ability to make bows and arrows. A person who makes bows is called a mayor who makes bows and arrows.

    Arrows were used in wooden, iron, pyeonjeon, donggaesal, Janggunjeon, and Sejeon. However, the most commonly used ones are yuyeopjeon, which was used for shamanism and practice during the Joseon Dynasty. The yuyeopjeon is about 85cm long and weighs 26.25g (7 sentences), but there are some differences depending on the average person and the bow. Ingredients should be used to surround the sari tree oroni, which will be used to make bamboo and oni, with a pheasant feel, a timbre, and a boulevard. Tools should be equipped with saws, julkal, awl, joldae, indu, scale, pride, mercy, whole grass, crucible, ear-shaped glasses, jolkajabi, brazier, and wooden tongs. When the arrow is completed with the above materials and tools, the last touch is to grab the pawn and rub it with a hammer to polish it. However, there are two types of arrows, so there is a distinction between the right hand and the left hand for the left hand bow.

    Yang Tae-hyun entered the Joseon Dynasty at the age of 16 as a student of Jo Myeong-je (the mayor of an important Intangible Cultural asset) and Cho Gi-seon, who holds the function of the market, and has been continuing to produce traditional bamboo poems for about 40 years.
  • 1996.1.5
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    Nongyo is a song that is sung to forget fatigue and improve efficiency while working on rice paddies and fields, also known as "deulsong" or "farming sound." Singing individually or collectively as one of the folk songs, the song may vary depending on the region.

    Yeongdong's "Design-ri Nongyo" is a song that has been passed down from mouth to mouth since a long time ago, with the sound of mochi, rice planting, and rice paddies. Mochi is a song that is sung while steaming rice seedlings and planting rice seedlings. Non-maegi songs are divided into two types, a cho-beol-mae-gi and a du-beol-mae-gi, which are sung by many people when a person carries a catfish. The catfish is responsible for meaningful content, and the receiver is responsible for meaningless margin. These differences result from different behaviors in labor.

    Yeongdong Design-ri Nongyo is a song that originated geographically close to Jeollabuk-do and Gyeongsangbuk-do, and the rhythms of Nongyo are mixed in color.

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