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K-Pop & Trot (1)

  • 2020.7.11
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    MBC entertainment program [What do you do when you play?]]'s project,
    Summer Dance Mixed Group [Sprout 3]!

    Born-to-be sugar addict 'Yuduraegon' who used to kick whenever he heard music above 130 BPM from his mother's stomach.
    Grie, who started at a small hair salon in Korean town in L.A. and now runs 200 hair salon chains across the United States, is a Korean-American sister 'Linda G'
    He is also the third-largest Monk in Asia, along with Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan.

K-Traditional Music (2)

  • 2021.2.1
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    ♡ Gasa are a song that sings the classic Chinese classics, which were frequently read by writers in the lyrics and literature that developed during the Joseon Dynasty, in a similar voice to the songs of the song and the founder.

    Daegeum Lee Sam, Geomungo Lee O-kyu, Haegeum Yoon Mun-sook, Janggu Sa Jae-seong
  • 2021.6.1
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    Daegeum / Monk Lee Sam
    Geomungo / Lee Ogyu
    Haegeum / Yoon Moonsook
    Janggu / Sajaesung

K-Cultural Heritage (4)

  • 2000.1.11
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    Although Buddhist dance is called heavy dance because it is a dance performed in Seungbok, it does not refer to a dance performed by a Buddhist Monk, and it is one of the most representative folk dances of Korea. The origin of the song is said to have been developed in the 1910s from the perspective of Buddhist culture and history, from the perspective of Buddhism and Kim Man-jung's novels, and among mask plays, there are theories that it is a dance produced by the anguish of old dance and Pagye-seung, but it is not clear which one is certain.

    The Monk wears white jangSam and red lyrics, and dances according to changes in the rhythm such as Yeombul, Dodri, Taryeong, Gutgeori, and Jajinmori, with a white jade-like cone and an exceptionally prominent birseonko. The movement of somersaults or flying arm movements is very unusual, and the accompaniment is used as a flute, daegeum, haegeum, janggu, and drum.

    Buddhist dance is a very good dance that combines the delicate expression of sweet, adult, and loose rhythm with the subtlety of the dance.

    After the death of the late entertainment owner Shim Hwa-young (1913-2009), his granddaughter, Lee Ae-ri, has been inheriting the vein of stewardship.
  • 2010.4.9
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    Sitting Gut is one of the Korean shamanic rites in which Gyeonggwae sits down and reads Mukyeong and gongs. It is called "Sitting Gut" or "Chungcheongdo Gut" or "Yangban Gut" because it is popular in Chungcheong-do and is especially popular among yangban.

    This seated rite originated from Maengseung of the Goryeo Dynasty, and was formed when Myeongtongsi Prehistory, a Buddhist Monk of the Joseon Dynasty, was abolished and served as Dokgyeongsa Temple in the private sector as a means of living. However, at the end of the Joseon Dynasty, a seated ritual was established today as a guest of honor, not a policeman.

    Sitting Gut in Chungcheong-do is the hometown of Cheongju. So, in the past, a guest of honor from Cheongju was called to the nearest South Chungcheong Province as well as to Seoul for a sitting ritual. However, after the Korean War, the local seongut shamans who came to Cheongju were reading the book, and the contents were greatly reduced and transformed.

    Shin Myeong-ho learned sitting ritual from Kim Jong-heon, a student of Yun Chi-seok, who lived in Mochung-dong, Cheongju, and lived in Jangsa-ri, Gadeok-myeon, Cheongwon-gun. However, due to Kim Jong-heon's poor landscape, he went to Hwagwansa Temple in Baekjoksan Mountain, Cheongwon-gun, where he learned Chinese literature and Buddhist scriptures at Mt. Lee Myeong-san, and also learned Seolwisulgyeong and Mukyeong from various senior police officers who were active in Cheongju.

    Shin Myeong-ho was born in 1943 (born 1949 in resident registration) in Hwangcheong-ri, Namil-myeon, Cheongwon-gun, as the only son of Shin Man-sik and Ahn Ui-jun, and served as the head of the Chungcheongbuk-do branch of the Korean Gyeongsin Association for 10 years while living as a shaman.

    As an important activity, he was responsible for 19 years for the performance of the Mokgye Sinje Bummu, Sodumoni Yongshin Gut, and Cheongju Cheonjon Gut, and won the Gut of the Paldo Gut Contest, hosted by the Korean Gyeongsin Association. In addition, the study of Chungbuk dance was found to be one of the representative shamans of Chungbuk.Muak has been introduced to the academic world.

    Shin Myeong-ho is an adviser to the members and their disciples, usually performing ritual and military rites, and advises and instructs them on the great exorcism of the members and disciples, and reads the great scenery that they cannot read.

    Shin Myeong-ho is characterized by the fact that he does not repeat the Same scriptures and relatively flexible rhythms in the large gut, as well as the Great Views including Okchugyeong, the An Taek-gyeong to pray for blessings, the congratulatory scriptures to ward off disasters, and various congratulatory texts.
  • 1967.6.16
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    Mask dance is a stage play wherein one person or several people wearing a mask act as a person, an animal, or a supernatural being (god), delivering a message with dialogues or dances.

    Talchum (mask dance) was performed throughout the country until the early Joseon Period. When the Sandae (type of mask dance) was no longer performed in the Royal Palace, it was enjoyed as a pastime by ordinary people.

    Bongsan Talchum was started in Bongsan-gun, Hwanghae-do about 200 years ago. Performed on the night of Dano (fifth day of the fifth lunar month) and Haji (Summer Solstice), it is composed of dances associated with four Monks, eight Monks in black robe, a female member of a troupe, an old Monk, a nobleman, and an old wife. Prior to the start of the play, the 36 members of the play (27 of them wearing masks) march to the site of the play while playing music. They also hold a sacrificial rite.

    The play contains satire about nobles harassing commoners, depraved Monks, male chauvinism in a custom of allowing a man to take many wives, etc.

    Members dance to the tune of praying to Buddha, taryeong (Korean folk song), and gutgeori rhythm songs accompanied by the playing of Samhyeon yukgak (three strings and six wind instruments) such as piri (flute), jeotdae (bamboo flute), haegeum (two-stringed fiddle), buk (drum), and janggo (hourglass-shaped drum). Compared to other mask dances, this one features the frequent citation of Chinese poems.

    As the best known among the mask dances handed down in Hwanghae-do, Bongsan Talchum displays the lively movements of dancers including the shaking of the sLeeves of the robes.

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