Search Result > Little Korea


Search for content in Little Korea

Search Keyword : Chungcheongnamdo intangible cultural heritage

K-Pop & Trot (0)

no data

K-Traditional Music (0)

no data

K-Cultural Heritage (24)

  • 1986.11.9
    designated date
    Jisung Craft is also known as Nojikkae, which is made by twisting paper into a container. Although the exact date of the outbreak is unknown, it is estimated that there were many paper bowls during the Joseon Dynasty, which had been handed down since then.

    Cut Korean paper and soak it in water to make it. Fold the twisted paper string in half and weave it one by one. A pattern or shape can be freely changed and a pattern is applied to a paper bowl with a form. Finally, it is finished by polishing with cashew, a kind of paint. They make baskets, trays, suspenders, shoes (meturi) with paper straps.

    Jiseungjo was designated as an intangible cultural asset in order to transfer and protect technology as a traditional craftsmanship. It has been cut off for some time by Choi Young-joon, a functional holder living in Hongseong-gun, Chungcheongnam-do.
  • 1996.11.30
    designated date
    Nongyo is a song that is sung to forget fatigue and improve efficiency while working on rice paddies and fields, also called wild songs or farming sounds. As one of the folk songs, the song may be sung individually or collectively and may vary depending on the region.

    Composed Nongyo was greatly developed as humans settled in the Geumgokcheon Stream basin and the agricultural culture developed. The contents are composed of Yongsinje, rice planting, dried radish, Asimaegi, Shilcham, and all kinds of objects. The sound of rice planting, "arralal sangsari," and the sound of non-maggy, "eolka lumps" or "dure sounds," are native sounds in the region.

    Composed Nongyo is a pure Korean melody, and it is a reproduction of the old Nongyo and Dure (an organization for joint work) Choi Yang-seop, an entertainment holder living in Hongseong, continues his career.
  • 1997.12.23
    designated date
    The earliest records in the literature on fan records are the Three Kingdoms Period, in which Gyeonhwon (r. 892-935) of the Later Baekje Kingdom dedicated a duke ship to King Taejo of Goryeo (918-943).

    The debt is largely divided into the original and the folding fan, and the craft belongs to the original. Also known as Banggu Fan, there are five-leaf, lotus, reef, taegeuk, and peacock lines, and among them, peacocks have long been loved for their splendid and elegant craftwork.

    Lee Han-kyu, a fan function holder, has been continuing to build the craft after receiving the technology from his father Lee Eul-yong.

K-History (0)

no data

Special (0)

no data