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K-Pop & Trot (2)

  • 2020.12.28
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    It was produced imagining BTS as a singer and contains the joys and sorrows of top stars who have to go on stage right away while exhausting themselves.

    The fate that Yoon Jong-shin talks about through "Destiny" is not a innate fate, but a fate that is discovered through experience.

    It is not about realizing one's destiny early on and living with it, but about confirming one's fate by venturing into certain opportunities that one will meet in life.

    The story is about being willing to Expose yourself to various environments and situations to see what kind of person you are.

    Rather than making a hasty decision, let's survive for a long time and draw our own destiny.

    Yoon Jong-shin says he can only know the shape and condition he can feel the most from a physical collision.

    You can only know how much bumpiness and sharpness you have to maintain, and how much smoothness and flexibility you need to exercise to be yourself by looking at it.
  • 2017.6.22
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    It is composed by Kim Do-hoon, the executive producer of MAMAMOO's album, and a modern sound mixed with electronic, funky, and disco genres will catch your ears.

    Retro music, which MAMAMOO has performed a lot before, has escaped, but MAMAMOO's unique sensual vocals and harmony can still be felt.

    In addition, MAMAMOO members participated in writing the lyrics themselves and expressed individual styles and individuality off stage with a cute, innocent bluff under the concept of "Cutie bluff".

    It's a song that blends the energy and charm of them very well, just as they wear clothes that fit Mamamoo perfectly.

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K-Cultural Heritage (7)

  • 1987.12.30
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    This inkstone-based inkstone-based inkstone in Nampo-myeon, Boryeong, was called Nampo-brew because it is widely produced in the Nampo area. The inkstone was used since the fall, and during the Goryeo Dynasty, the use of the inkstone expanded due to the prevalence of Neo-Confucianism. Therefore, technology has developed and Exports have been made since 1961.

    The production process is finished by taking five stones, hand-crafting them, and sculpting different patterns and patterns. The patterns include traditional patterns such as dragons, phoenixes, pine trees, and bamboo trees. The characteristic of the Nampo broom is that its prey is well ground, and its ink remains dry for a long time.

    The technique of making Boryeong Nampho Blossom was recognized as an intangible cultural asset because of its value as a cultural asset, and Kim Jin-han, the current holder of the function, continues its existence.
  • 2007.1.8
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    It is recorded that there was a pottery shop called 'Osa Yori' in the Sangju Woodblock of King Sejong Silokji during the Joseon Dynasty. Jeong Hak-bong's Ong Enterprise is now in its fourth generation, a family business that began during his high years. From the time of Gojobu to the time of his grandfather, he worked at the Onggi Factory in Sangju and Boeun, and settled in his current position when he was a famous Ong Enterprise.

    Various earthenware made using traditional methods of production will come out of the world through Yeonsilyo, a traditional six-room jangja Exposed to the ground. The production works are centered on the names of living containers that can be easily used in everyday life, such as the complex, various pots, kunju, jabaegi, various semi-phase machines, and ttukbaegi. Onggi's production methods, processes, types of products, and formability are meaningful in that they not only faithfully inherit the basics of traditional onggi production, but also continue the traditional onggi production in the Sangju area.
  • 2000.2.18
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    ☆There are many traditional hunting methods, but there are records that hawk hunting - tame hawks and catch pheasants or rabbits - has been practiced in ancient Egypt and Persia for a long time. This hunting method was so popular in India that it was believed to originate in India, and was popular in China during the Yuan Dynasty.

    The hawking paintings of ancient tombs in Goguryeo, "The Chronicles of the Three States" and "The Heritage of the Three States" show that hawking has been prevalent in Korea since a long time ago.

    In Kando and North Korea, excellent hawks called Haedongcheong were produced and Exported to China and Japan. Falcon hunting was especially popular among the aristocracy, and during the Goryeo Dynasty, the government office called Eungbang in charge of breeding and hunting hawks was established. Eungbang installed during the reign of King Chungnyeol of the Goryeo Dynasty continued until the Joseon Dynasty, but there was a lot of controversy over whether to exist or not due to the heavy burden on the people. The practice of hawking was widely spread to the private sector, and was practiced almost nationwide under Japanese colonial rule.

    Park Yong-soon, who had been following his father since he was young, was used to hawking. By the fifth grade of elementary school, he had already started hawking. Park Yong-soon's method of hawking and hunting has continued during his military service by raising and training hawks as a zookeeper.

K-History (10)

  • 1987.11.19
    the date of death
    Lee Byung-chul (Lee Byung-chul, Feb. 12, 1910 to Nov. 19, 1987) is a South Korean businessman who founded Samsung Group, CJ Group and Hansol Group JoongAng Ilbo.

    In 1938, he founded Samsung Corporation and later engaged in trade. It established Samsung C&T in 1951, Cheil Jedang and Cheil Industries in 1953, and expanded its manufacturing business through Exports to pave the way for Samsung Group, including Samsung Heavy Industries Co., Samsung C&T Corp. and Samsung Petrochemical Co.

    He also entered broadcasting and media by establishing TBC in May 1964 and JoongAng Ilbo in September of the following year. However, the JoongAng Ilbo handed it over to the Hong Jin-ki family.

    Since then, devoted to business activities, Samsung Electronics and Samsung Electro-Mechanics have been successful in Exporting electronics products by establishing them in 1969.
  • 1983.11.30
    award day
    Founded in 1972 by Chairman Chung Ju-yung, Hyundai Shipbuilding changed its name to Hyundai Heavy Industries in 1978 and continued to grow.
    In 1983, the company not only won the $1 billion Export tower for the first time among Korean companies, but also became the world's No. 1 shipbuilding company in terms of ship building volume, beating Mitsubishi Heavy Industries of Japan.
    In June 2019, Hyundai Heavy Industries Group launched Korea Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., an integrated shipbuilding corporation.
  • 1980.12.1
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    Starting with the live broadcast of the 17th Export Day ceremony at 10:30 a.m. on December 1, 1980, the curtain of the color TV era was opened in Korea.

    Prior to the broadcast, as the color-adjusting test radio was shown in color, spectators gathered in front of the television store and looked at it with curiosity.

    On the first day of color broadcasting, KBS 1TV has been broadcasting full-time from 5:20 p.m., and satellite broadcasting of semi-finals with children's programs such as 'Program Guide', 'Baby Charge', 'Children's Relay Car Launching', and 'Lee Joo-il's Children's Children's Children's World, and Kings Cup Soccer Korea vs. Thailand B team.

    From December 22, KBS 2TV and MBC-TV also started color test broadcasts, and all TV stations in Korea will be color broadcasting.

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