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K-Pop & Trot (16)

  • 2020.11.9
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    He declared himself a witch without being swayed by others' gaze or judgment, expressing his frank desire and positive and confident attitude as a splendid and brilliant festival.

    With retro synthesizer riffs, danceable drum beats and disco bass lines that captivate the ears with disco genre songs, the 1980s-style music was recalled in GFRIEND's own style in 2020.

    Sing me who blooms anew and proudly becomes the master of life.
  • 2019.11.20
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    With a groovy song of reggae and mumbaton rhythms, it features a powerful and sophisticated atmosphere through sounds that combine Trap, Future Bass and EDM, and lyrics that express love beyond their limits to their opponents like Fireworks seen in blue at high temperatures.

    Producer Tiyon "TC" Mack, who worked with other top overseas artists such as VO3E and Justin Bieber and Demi Lovato, the producer team of ICONIC SOUNDS (iKONSOUND), who have collaborated with artists from home and abroad, joined forces to enhance the perfection of Astro's new musical attempt.
  • 2020.12.1
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    It is an R&B dance genre song with a heavy bass that leads the song and explosive beats in the chorus. It sampled British singer AWA's "Like I Do" and reinterpreted it in BoA's color, and added charm by expressing the lyrics to win love proudly and without hesitation with powerful yet restrained vocals.

K-Traditional Music (2)

  • 2021.4.26
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    The "Pungryubang" culture, which played a major role in the occurrence and transmission of major music pieces of current traditional music, expressed the feelings conveyed to musicians living in this era as chamber music.
  • 2021.5.2
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    It is a song that contains urban sensibility with the melody of Menari and Namdo Gyeomyunjo, which blends well with the novelty of creative songs, the comfort of popular music, and the intensity of traditional music.

K-Cultural Heritage (3)

  • 2015.11.20
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    "Fire" is a painting that expresses the religious ideology of Buddhism. Although it is not known exactly when Buddhist paintings were produced, experts speculate that they were produced from the early days of Buddhist introduction based on records that they were painted in "Giwonjeongsa," one of the primitive Buddhist temples. Because Buddhist paintings contain Buddhist doctrines, the artisans who produce Buddhist paintings were particularly called 'Geumoong' , 'Hwaseung', 'Hwasa' , and 'Hwawon' .

    Since Dancheongjiang City Hall was designated as National Intangible Cultural Property No. 48 in 1972, the Buddhist painting production function has been passed down by the owner of Dancheongjang, but has been separately designated and operated as a national intangible cultural asset since 2006. The Buddhist painting by Lee Yeon-wook, the 57th Gyeonggi Intangible Cultural Property, began in 1977 by learning from the late Cho Jung-woo, the head of the 14th Dancheong of Daegu Intangible Cultural Property. After that, he entered the temple in 1987 under the late Buddhist monk Deokmun, the late chief of Dancheong, the 48th Important Intangible Cultural Property.

    To become a master of Buddhist painting, one must have artistic sense and artistic skills, but hard work is required. Most Buddhist paintings are painted on ceilings and walls, and are of considerable size. Another reason is that there are various types of paintings such as "Yeongsanhoesangdo," which are based on the scriptures of Buddha's "The Lotus Sutra" on Yeongchuksan Mountain, and "Seokga Palsangdo," which describes Sakyamuni's life in eight important scenes. A poem that should be painted in discord.

    It is not something anyone can do because they must learn all the traditional patterns that go into discord, including dragons, Bong, medicine, tigers, non-celebrities, and Sakyamuni's Birthday.

    Lee Yeon-wook, the holder of the painting, has a wide range of conditions as a Buddhist cremator and is the only one in Korea to paint a golden tangerine. The 15-year study was original, and it attempted to paint a golden tangerine painting on a black background and a red tangerine painting on a red background, rather than a traditional tangerine painting. In particular, the "high-molecular fitting" method, in which major parts such as ornaments and patterns are processed and gold is attached, was patented in 2005. He is promoting Korean discord around the world with his own technique, and his work "King Jijiangshib and Mimodo" is in the Los Angeles County Museum in the U.S.
  • 2016.5.9
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    Buddhist paintings, along with Buddhist pagodas and statues, can be classified as objects of Buddhist faith, and according to their production form, they can be classified as tanghwa, vulcanization, and mural paintings. In particular, the tanghwa is enshrined as a major object of worship after undergoing religious rituals such as costume and burial rituals. Tanghwa, which is handed down to Korean traditional temples, is the main source of Buddhist paintings, and the craftsmen in charge of Buddhist paintings were called Geum-eo, Hwaseung, Hwasa, and Hwawon.

    In the meantime, the function of making a Buddhist painting has been passed down by the owner of Dancheong, but considering the characteristics of the items, it was separated into a single item and designated as a Buddhist cremation site.

    Kim Jong-seop was born in Taean, South Chungcheong Province, but settled in Mungyeong due to the great monk of Sabulsan Mountain and Kim Ryong-sa of Undalsan Mountain. After his settlement, he established the Gwaneum Buddhist Art Institute and has been focusing on his work.
  • 2016.10.14
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    Muju Anseong Nakhwa Nori refers to a traditional Korean folk game in which people hang a long line of Nakhwabong Peak with charcoal powder, sageum fly, salt, and dried mugwort on the fifteenth of lunar January, before rice planting, and on the fifteenth of July, and light it up to enjoy the shape of Fireworks and the sound of explosion. This is also known as 'Julbulnori,' or 'Julbulbul.'

    1. Fireworks and Nakhwa games

    There are earthenware, firecrackers, lotus lanterns, volcanic belt, julbul-nakhwa nori, buldan-nakhwa nori, egg fire, torchlight play, and ddakchong nori.

    2. Regional Distribution of Nakhwa Nori

    "Yeondeung" in Bukcheong, Hamgyeongnam-do, "Yeondeung" in Jeongju, Pyeonganbuk-do, "Nakhwa Nori" in Yeoju, Gyeonggi-do, "Fireworks" in Cheongju, Chungcheongbuk-do, "Yeondeung and Gwaneung" in Chungju, Chungju, North Chungcheong-do, "Yeonyu-Julbulnori" in Andong, North Gyeongsang Province, and "Yi-Sujeong Nakhwa Nori-dong in Haman Province" in South Gyeongsang Province, South Gyeongsang Province, South Gyeongsang Province, South Gyeongsang Province..

    3. Characteristics of Nakhwa Nori in Korea

    First, our country's Nakhwa Nori is distributed nationwide. Second, the performance period is held on the first day of the fourth lunar month and on the fifteenth day of the first full moon of the first lunar month. Third, the venue for the performance takes place in the village. Fourth, the organizer of the performance is the villagers. Fifth, the materials used for making are charcoal, hanji, and string. Sagum fly, mugwort, salt and sulfur are added. Sixth, according to the contents of the performance, there are various types of firework, such as firework, firework, lantern hanging from a pole and lighting it up.

K-History (1)

  • 1955.4.18
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    The Baekje Cultural Festival originated in 1955 when Buyeo-gun residents established an altar in Buyeo Mountain Fortress and offered a memorial service to the Three loyalist of Baekje.

    It has been held simultaneously in Daejeon, Gongju, and Buyeo since the 20th anniversary of 1974, and has been held in Gongju for one year after the decision of the Baekje Cultural Festival Improvement Committee in 1979.

    This local festival is organized by Buyeo-gun or Gongju-si and organized by the Baekje Cultural Promotion Committee to have the characteristics of traditional cultural festivals.​

    More than 60 events will be held as major events, including the National Sijo Gyeongchang Contest, the Palace Contest, the Fireworks Festival, traditional folk performances, Baekje history and culture experiences, and academic seminars.

    In particular, King Munju's Ungjinseong's Cheondo Ceremony and the disguise parade of Baekje Culture, where more than 5,000 people participate, is a central event that reproduces and inherits Baekje culture.​

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