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  • 2021.5.14
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    Jindo drum dance began with Jindo's wild song, in which drum jabs held drum sieve in both hands and danced drum to the sound of the drum. It was part of a ritual for heaven or Pungmulgut, and was accompanied by drum dance.

    Park Byung-cheon's Jindo drum dance was not recognized as an intangible cultural asset, but it is being performed by many dancers on the central stage, making it another ryupa.

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  • 1994.12.5
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    Nongak is the music played by farmers when they squeeze their dure and play percussion instruments such as kkwaenggwari, Jing, Janggu, and drum.

    The nongak of Jeollanam-do can be largely classified as Jwa-do-gut, Udo-gut, and Seodo-an-gut based on the composition, attire, and musicality. Among them, Book Coastal Gut is a nongak performed in Geumsan-myeon, Wando and Jindo areas in Goheung-gun, which are located in the South Sea and the Southwest Sea, and Gilgut is different from that of the land and has a unique identity that does not belong to any region, such as Jwa-do and U-do, where the ritual is centered.

    Goheung Wolpo Nongak is a type of Seohaean Gut, which is said to have been started by playing Nongak to boost the morale of the troops during the Japanese Invasion of Korea in 1592. The composition of nongak consists of Deokseokgi, Nonggi, Nongak, Yeonggi, Soe, Soe, Nongbu, Jing, Janggu, Buk, Buggu, Sogo, Daeposu, and Yangban.

    It is characterized by the complete preservation of the Mungut and the strong religious character associated with the rite, and the boy's role as a "farm farmer" is outstanding, with lively dance and craftsmanship and not seen in other regions. Currently, Choi Byung-tae is recognized as the holder of entertainment in Goheung Wolpo Nongak.
  • 2006.12.27
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    Jindo Sopo Girlgun Nongak is a cultural heritage that is still alive in the community life of Sopo Village. It maintains the original form of a village ritual on the south coast with its history, characteristics of a thief, and genealogy of Sangsoe, and is valuable as a folk art that shows its artistic and systematic composition.

    Jindo Sopo Girl County Nongak Preservation Society is a community organization that has been handed down from Sopo-ri, and its performance records have been confirmed since 1922. It was established as a Sopo Girl County Nongak Band in 1964 and has been taught through various activities such as the Namdo Cultural Festival and the Yeongdeungpo Festival.

    Sangsoe's genealogy leads to "Park Hak-sam, Jeong Deok-gwan, Ko Yoo-kwon, Im Hwa-chun, Im Wol-pan, Kim Hong-guk, Kim Oh-hyun and Cho Yeol-hwan," while Cho Yeol-hwan started with Sogo, and has been in charge of Sangsoe since 1995.

    Seolbuk is leading to Kim Nae-sik, who was taught since he was 17 years old by Park Tae-ju, a master of Sulbuk in Jindo. For more than 50 years, it has been active as a Seolbuk of Sopo Girl's Nongak and has maintained the original form of drum dance until today.

    The Lunar New Year's holiday season has led to "Kim Heung-sik, Ju Dong-ki, Park Yong-ho, Park Bong-sun, Kim Hong-bae and Hongbok-dong." Nonggi does not raise an instrument at Gutpan, wears a sangmo on the head and holds a tricolor band in both hands.

    Hong Bok-dong is continuing today with the ability to produce traditional style "shaking sangmo" and a series of teasing entertainment programs.
  • 1987.8.25
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    The roots of our culture began with shamanism and pungmulnori. The drumming originated from Pungmulnori, which is the oldest play, and the sound and dance are in exquisite harmony.

    Buknori has its own characteristics depending on the region. In Jeolla-do, it is divided into Oebukchigi and Yangbukchigi. Oebukchigi is a common form of Jeolla-do, and Yangbukchigi is handed down only to Jindo.

    Unlike ordinary out-of-the-way games, Jindo drum nori starts with a slow gutgeori, jajinmori, and Hwimori Lak. Along with Bukjangdan, which uses various techniques, Jindo drum nori has excellent dance moves.

    Jindo Book Nori is an exciting game that shows both the intensity of drum sounds and the flexibility and diversity of janggu. It has been played by Kim Haeng-ryeol, the master of drum Nori, and has now been played by Kim Gil-sun, Kim Kwan-woo, and Yang Tae-ok.

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