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K-Pop & Trot (2)

  • 1990.12.30
    release date
    'Missing Face' is a song that has been greatly loved for its enchanting tone and Latin-style dance.

    Min Hae-kyung, who graduated from Gugak Arts High School, was the second TBC World Song in 1980.I made my debut in the K-pop scene with the song "Who's Song?" and in 1981, I was a teenage singer at MBC.She won a rookie award for the female part at the festival.

    In 1983, he won the Grand Prix and Best Artist Award at the 1st LA World Song Festival.

    In 1990, he was the first Korean singer to win the grand prize at the 10th ABU National Song Festival for 'I Want to See'.
  • 2019.11.4
    Release date
    It is a song that expresses Song Ga-in's emotions and singing ability by expressing a cheerful and mournful feeling by expressing the mournful heart of a mother who loves her child and the noble heart of a child who loves her parents.

    It is a fusion Gugak-style song that harmonizes sophisticated yet exciting ensemble with Gugak instruments, including Taepyeongso, and her meeting with the theme "Mom," the hometown of all people, and "Arirang," which contains the marriage of the people, heralds the birth of national song.

K-Traditional Music (110)

  • 2020.11.21
    broadcasting day
    PSY's seventh title song, "NAPAL BAJI," released in 2015, was selected and painted in his own color.

    I tried to express it in a way that was exciting but not light."I've highlighted the arrangement point.
  • 2020.11.22
    Recommended music
    The Seodo Band consists of practical music musicians, mainly singer-songwriter Seodo, and continues to perform actively overseas with excellent domestic awards.

    In particular, a new genre of music called Joseon Pop is being created and pioneered, which is a combination of Joseon and Pop, and is a genre unique to Seodo Band that will lead to "Popular Music" of the present era based on tradition.

    Based on the characteristic story, rhythm and melody of Gugak, it presents a fresh, unique genre by mixing pop elements appropriately.
  • 2020.11.26
    Recommended music
    ♡ Saraebat Arirang paints the image of our rural communities after the Japanese colonial period.

    Saraebat means a field that is served by a marm (manager of tenant land) for labor.

    Park Ae-ri's unique frosty voice is a song that highlights the sentiments of modern Korea.

K-Cultural Heritage (7)

  • 2018.3.2
    designated date
    ☆possessor Jeon Tae-joon

    - holders of daegeum for the group event, Samhyeon Yukgak.

    - study Jeolla Samhyeon Yukgak under Jeong Hyeong-in in 1956.

    - Reproduction of the Jeolla Samhyeon Yukgak in 1984

    - Recital of Jeon Taejun ryu(style) Daegeum Sanjo in 1985

    - Professor of the Provincial Gugak Center in Jeollabuk-do
  • 2002.4.20
    designated date
    Pansori High School is to point the rhythm to the drum according to the sound of Pansori singers.

    Born in Heungchon-ri, Bukil-myeon, Haenam-gun, South Jeolla Province, Choo Jeong-nam (1940-2019) was from a hereditary family and learned Korean traditional music arts such as Muga, Pansori and Jangdan from his parents who were engaged in growth and martial arts.

    Jeong Gwang-soo (1909-2003) of the Gwangju Gugak Center and Kim Sang-yong of the Mokpo Gugak Center from 1959 to 1961. Sugungga, Jeokbyeokga, Heungbo, etc. were learned, and he entered the wandering theater company and interacted with the people of the Korean classical music community.

    After his devotion to the high law, he was awarded the Grand Prize in 1987 and the Presidential Prize in 1996.

    Jeong Seon-nam's ancient style is characterized by both traditional and elegant posture and neat techniques. Instead of hitting 'tak' hard, he uses the state method of holding the drumstick against the drum, which is sometimes called 'haebuk'.

    Jeong Seon-nam inherited Kim Myeong-hwan's (1913-1989) posture and Mac, Kim Deuk-su's (1917-1990) editorial, and Kim Dong-jun (1928-1990), but inherited their strengths productively.
  • 2013.5.24
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    Kim Gwang-sook was born in 1944 and was taught dance by Jeong Hyeong-in, Choi Seon-eun, and Park Geum-seul. In particular, Park Geum-seul taught dance moves performed by government officials during the Joseon Dynasty. Kim Kwang-sook won a number of awards, including the Korean Dance Festival and the National Gugak Contest.

    "Raegimu" is a kind of playful dance in which girls in the classroom, who are exceptionally good at playing music, dance to cheer up the participants at parties or play fields.

    This dance is also known as Gyobang Dance, and a gisaeng (gisaeng dance) must not only have a high level of talent but also have a good sense of humor that makes it easy to enjoy.

    There are many dances, such as mouth dance, gutgeori dance, and towel dance, which were called the Buddhist monk dance and sword dance, and there are dances in which people dance with double fans, towels, and plates in turn, which are also called plate dances.

K-History (1)

  • 1973.10.17
    Opening Day
    On October 17, 1973, the National Theater of Korea (currently the National Theater of Korea) was opened in Jangchung-dong, Seoul.

    The Grand Theater of the new National Theater, which was built at the foot of Namsan Mountain, was a state-of-the-art art theater with facilities such as revolving stage and moving stage.

    As the first performance to commemorate its opening, 'Sungwoong Yi Sun-shin' was performed.

    The National Theater of Korea is the first national theater in Asia, founded in 1950.

    It is operated for the purpose of creative development of national art and improving the cultural welfare of the people, and has the National Changgeuk Company, the National Dance Company, and the National Gugak Orchestra.