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  • 1996.12.24
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    Korean paper is completed after ninety-nine unique processes, including cutting, steaming, boiling, drying, removing, boiling, beating, and evenly floating the mulberry tree, referring to the 100th touch of the paper being used.

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    Jijang refers to a craftsman who has the skill of manufacturing traditional hanji with his own manufacturing methods. The traditional method of manufacturing daknamu is used to manufacture the main ingredient, daknamu, and to mix the component dakpul and spill it on the sole.

    The traditional method is to collect a year's worth of daknamu from December to February → Steam the bark of the dakmuji → Peel (white skin) → Boil the dakfib (white skin) → Boil the dakfibs → separate the dakfibs from the dakfibs → Making the dakfools → Mixing with the dakfools → Wool → Worms → Stuff → Stuff → Stuff → Stuff → Stick with the paper and the material → Remove with floating paper and the dakfing with the dak

    Jang Yong-hoon (1937-2016), a holder of Gyeonggi-do designated functions, was promoted to a national intangible cultural asset, but after his death, his eldest son Jang Sung-woo was recognized as the holder for the proper preservation and succession of traditional Korean paper.
  • 2014.3.10
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    ☆Sijo is a genre of traditional Korean music that is sung to the accompaniment of Sijo poem (Korean traditional poetry), and has maintained its reputation without major changes even after the passage of time, and is highly valuable in history and art.

    Regionally, it can be classified as Gyeongje in Seoul, Wanje in Jeolla-do, Naepoje in Chungcheong-do, and Yeongje in Gyeongsang-do, and has been handed down according to the characteristics of each region.

    Among them, Naepoje Sijo is a representative musical instrument of Naepo area (northwest of South Chungcheong Province) that has been passed down mainly. Naepoje sijo (uppoje) exhibits unique characteristics in the transmission, rhythm, and singing style compared to the Naepoje sijo (lower Naepoje) previously designated in our province.

    Naepoje sijo has had a profound influence on traditional culture such as traditional music in the northwestern part of Chungcheongnam-do and has been handed down to date, showing unique characteristics and differences in Chungcheongnam-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 17 (Wit-naepoje) and the existing designation of Chungcheongnam-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 17-2 (Wit-naepoje).
  • 1996.3.29
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    Nongak is the music played by farmers when they work with Du-re (an organization for community work) and refers to the music played by percussion instruments such as kkwa-ri, Jing-gu, Janggu, and drum.

    Jeongeup Nongak is a nongak that has been handed down from village to village and has improved its artistic level as it is combined with the outstanding entertainment of the hereditary dance group. In addition, in the 1920s, the local folk religion, Bocheongyo, adopted nongak as religious music, bringing together and integrating outstanding nongak performers, once again improving its artistic level. Since then, Jeongeup Nongak has had a great influence on Nongak not only in North Jeolla Province but also throughout the country.

    Currently, Jeongeup Nongak is recognized as a holder of entertainment by Yoo Ji-hwa and Kim Jong-soo.

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