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  • 2008.2.20
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    ☆ Park Jung-ah (lead vocalist), Seo In-young (sub vocalist), Ha Joo-yeon (rap), and Kim Eun-jung (vocalist) debuted in 2001 and have worked as singers for 14 years.

    They gained popularity with songs like 'Again', 'I Like You', 'Superstar', and 'One More Time'. 'One More Time' was also able to win the grand prize, setting a record of topping the music bank for seven consecutive weeks.

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  • 1996.12.24
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    A small ranch refers to a carpenter who has the skills and skills to produce wood furniture such as a building door, a window, a wardrobe, a gauge, a desk, and a door-gap, which are symmetrical to a major construction site. Flower (는) refers to quince trees and is widely used as a high-end furniture material.

    The name "small pasture" appeared from the Goryeo Dynasty, and it was called "ranch" during the Joseon Dynasty, but it seems to have been distinguished from the pasture. Until the early Joseon Dynasty, wooden furniture was mainly made for the royal and upper classes, but during the late Joseon Dynasty, it was widely distributed to the private sector and the number of types increased, resulting in significant regional characteristics.

    Cho Ki-jong, who is now recognized as an intangible cultural asset, insists on only quince trees as wood, and the production technique uses the multiplication method of yonggui-jjim in Tonggagu. The entire process, from the use of wood to the finishing process, is faithful to traditional techniques. For example, the use of a log, the technique of knuckle weaving, the use of no glue or nails, the development of various types of Jewelry and tools suitable for the furniture itself, and the use of traditional wooden tools at the final stage are unique features that can only be seen in Cho Ki-jong.
  • 1996.12.31
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    Silver factory refers to a person who has the skill of making crafts with silver.

    Silver crafts include Jewelry, earrings, jangdo, binyeo, and rings used by women, as well as daily items such as silver spoon, silver jugal, bowl, waste white kettle, silver tray, and silver carving. The methods of shaping silver artifacts include a variety of colored silica powder on a silver basis, and a black cloth with various patterns and gold.

    The carving techniques used in silver crafts include inlaid and inlaid, which are made by digging grooves into metal surfaces and inserting silver into them. A particle is a sculpting technique that pecks metal surfaces with chisel to make them rough, attaches silver to them, and then pecks them with chisel again to make patterns and peel off the rest.

    As of December 31, 1996, Kim Won-taek was recognized as the owner of the silver factory. On August 7, 2006, Lee Jung-hoon was recognized as the holder on September 10, 2008. As of September 23, 2017, there is no holder.

    bbb※※ For detailed information on the above cultural assets, please refer to the Seoul Metropolitan Government Department of Historical and Cultural Heritage (202-2133-2616). </bb
  • 1987.5.19
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    Jangdo was a small sword that was used as a self-defense tool or as a Jewelry, regardless of gender. It is called a pado because it is worn with a norigae on the waistband or on the neck of clothes, and it is said that it is a romanticism to carry around in the pocket of a long-distance person. The person who has the skill and ability to make such a jangdo is called jangdojang.

    Since the Goryeo Dynasty, adult men and women carried it for self-defense, especially after the Japanese Invasion of Korea (1592) in the Joseon Dynasty, women from noble families carried it with them. Since the late Joseon Dynasty, symbolism and decorative features have been emphasized rather than practical functions as a hand knife, making it a part of the women's nori decoration, creating a variety of elaborate and colorful jangdoes.

    The types of jangdo are divided into silver, ranch, and corrugated road according to the materials of the sword handle and the sheath. The shape also classifies the date, Eulja, and subscripts with chopsticks as . Monggae sword is used to have a jaw where the blade and the sheath are interlocked, and the cylindrical shape is called a flat and octagonal shape is called an octagonal sword or a prosthetic sword. A felon with a pattern on the decoration is called a felon, and a pentagon-adopted sword is called an obong-cal, or a minja-cal.

    Ren Jae-chul of Jinju, Gyeongsangnam-do, is a successor of a rare folk craftsmanship due to his skill in carving traditional patterns, especially in Eunjang-do. Thus, Gyeongsangnam-do recognizes Lim Se-chul as an intangible cultural asset and preserves his craftsmanship.

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