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K-Pop & Trot (22)

  • 2015.11.30
    release date
    [Hwayangyeonhwa pt.1] It's an exciting alternative hip hop song that continues the funky vibe of "BTS".

    It is a hometown hymn that connects "Paldo Gangsan", which sings about their hometown in dialect rap, and contains the perception that it is a reality that has been walking with affection for the cities where members were born and raised, such as Ilsan (Lap Monster), Daegu (Suga), Busan (Jimin), and Gwangju (J-Hope).

    You can enjoy the excitement of BTS, which boasts the brilliant wit and beagles of K-pop groups that lead the Korean Wave.
  • 2018.12.1
    performance day
    [2018 Melon Music AWards MMA]

    BTS (Korean Chinese character: 防彈少年團, English: BTS) is a seven-member boy band of Big Hit Entertainment that debuted on June 13, 2013.

    The group name ' BTS' means to protect their music and values by preventing prejudice and oppression in teenagers and twenties who have a hard time throughout their lives, just as bulletproof blocks bullets.
  • 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'.

K-Traditional Music (25)

K-Cultural Heritage (62)

  • 2012.11.30
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    Born in 1944, Im Soon-ok learned sewing from her aunt and teacher Seo Jeong-soon.

    Im Soon-ok has been engaged in traditional dressmaking, including the costume of the royal court of the Joseon Dynasty, and has been training many disciples through a workshop.

    He has won a number of aWards including the Hanbok of Korea, the Chimseon Cultural Products Contest, the Jeollabuk-do Skills Competition, and the Korean Beauty Contest.
  • 2013.12.2
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    The Boryeong area has been famous for producing excellent stones called Nampo Oseok since ancient times.

    Nampo Oseok was used as a monument to preserve writing for a long time due to its good stone quality, and about half of the royal tombs of the Joseon Dynasty were made of Nampo Oseok, and today the president's tombstone also used Nampo Oseok. As a result, the stone industry was developed more than anywhere else in Boryeong, and excellent stone burials were found.

    Currently, there are many stone statues in the Boryeong area, including Goseoksan Mountain (1955~ ) from Ungcheon, Boryeong, which is an excellent stonesmith in Boryeong, and produces many excellent stone crafts, including statues of Buddha, and was designated as an intangible cultural asset.

    Goseoksan Mountain, which was first introduced as a stone craftsman in 1968 with Jeong Jong-seop as a teacher, has a splendid history of winning the best sculpture aWard at an exhibition of Buddhist art, winning a prize in the stone crafts section of a national functional competition, selecting a master of Korean stone crafts, and designating a cultural heritage repair technician.
  • 1964.12.7
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    Namsadang Nori was played by Namsadangpae, a wandering entertainer consisting of at least 40 men, including the puppet (head) from the late Joseon Dynasty to the 1920s, mainly for the working class.

    Namsadang Nori was a folk play that was born naturally in the common people's society, and it was not free to perform in the village due to being persecuted by aristocrats.

    Namsadangpae consists of a hwaju, who plans a performance at the peak of the puppet, a dungsoe, a playmaker, a rookie, an older monk, and a backman, but Namsadang Nori consists of pungmul, Verna, Salpan, Eoreum, Deobogi, and Dulmi.

    Pungmul is a kind of nongak nori, and it can be seen as a play to attract spectators by announcing the start of the performance.

    Verna, similar to Chinese dish spinning, is a feat of spinning a wheel or bowl to a stick or a pipe.

    Salpan is a land talent like today's tumbling, which means that if you do well, you'll die if you don't do well.

    Eoreum was used only in Namsadangpae because it was as difficult as walking on ice as walking cautiously, but more and more people began to use it.

    Seotboogi is a kind of mask play with a mask on. Dulmi, which extends to puppet shows, is called puppet play, Park Cheomji play, and Hongdongji play, depending on the important characters in the puppet show. In particular, puppet play has been handed down to this day, and it is of great historical significance that Namsadang play is the only traditional Korean puppet play.

    Namsadang Nori, which originated from the working class and was performed for the working class, was used to criticize and solve the immorality of the Korean and aristocratic communities that were treated poorly by the society at that time and to awaken public aWareness.

K-History (36)

  • 1878.11.9
    Patriot of the Korean Empire (on March 10, 1938, on November 9, to 1878 and 安昌浩) An education reform activist and social activist who enlightened farmers and independent activists, educators, politicians of the Japanese occupation.

    During his lifetime, he organized and organized Korean-American organizations such as Heungsadan and the Korean National Association, and participated in and led the establishment of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea from April 1919.

    On March 21, 1988, after his death, an honorary diploma was aWarded to him at the Salvation School, where Ahn Chang-ho studied, namely, Shinjang Middle School and Gyeongshin High School (a school of Presbyterian Church belonging to the integration of the Presbyterian Church of Korea).
  • 1968.11.21
    issue date
    The issuance of resident registration cards began on November 21, 1968.

    Resident registration cards were replaced by city and provincial certificates issued after the Korean War and have been used for various purposes such as identification of oneself, identification for public administration affairs, criminal investigation, and finding separated families.
  • 2019.11.22
    award day
    Cha Bum-keun (born May 22, 1953) is a South Korean retired footballer who plays as a football coach, commentator and critic.

    Cha Bum-keun, who started his career in Germany at the German Bundesliga SV Darmstadt in 1978, has a record of 121 goals.

    When he played in the Bundesliga, it was difficult for Germans to call Cha Bum-keun's Romanization, so he called him Tscha Bum.

    It was nicknamed the Brown Bomber because of its rapid penetration into space and its strong appearance in aerial Warfare.

    Cha Beom-geun was aWarded the Cross Merit Medal for his decades of efforts to develop relations between South Korea and Germany.

    As Koreans, the late Cardinal Kim Soo-hwan and the late President Kim Dae-jung were aWarded.

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