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  • 1980.11.17
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    Yangju Sonori Gut is also known as Sogut, Sogeum Gut, Soeogut, Sonoreum Gut, and Mabutaryeong Gut to pray for family prosperity and good harvests during the Lunar New Year and Ipchun.

    Some say that the origin of Yangju Sowonolgut was derived from Gamaksa Temple, which is regarded as a mountain god in the Yangju area, from a good harvest, from a good harvest, from a good harvest, from a royal rite, and from the entertainment of the rite, but no exact origin was revealed.

    However, it is regarded as a game that originated from Somec Nori, which worships the cows, horses, and the sky, and was played not only in Yangju but also in Seoul, Gyeonggi, Gangwon, Chungcheong, Yellow Sea, and South Pyongan Province.

    The oxenolgut is not performed alone, but is played following the jeseokgeori because it is similar in the nature of farming rituals for cattle and praying for their offspring and longevity.

    At the end of the Jeseok Street, fill a wooden head in front of the jango with beans and stick a dried pollack with a dried pollack to make the sogo stick a stake. Jo-mu, who plays the musician and jango, sits in the yard, and when the gutgeori rhythm rings, Ju-ja, who has white ginseng in her white cone, stands at the end of the floor with a stone fan in her right hand.

    The calf enters first and plays, then heads to the gate to guide the horsemen and cows. Wrap a rubber band with straw to make a head, and with the stone folded in half, five to six people enter and pretend to be cows. A calf plays with a straw mat on its back. The horse-riding one horseman wears a black vest and a navy abalone, a three-shin fan in his right hand and a reins in his left hand.

    The stage of Gut will be moved from the floor to the yard, and the main character will also be changed from shaman to horseman. Gut consists of a conversation between a shaman and a horseman, a horseman's taryeong and words of blessing, a horseman's dance and movement, and a cow's taryeong has a long but sophisticated commoner lyric.

    The sound of oxenolgut starts with (Who's looking for me) (Treasure No Jung-gi) (Taemultaryeong) (Mabu Colonel) (Mabu Colonel) (Cutting the head of a cow) (Cutting oxen) (Teaching oxen) (Taeryeong) (Gullet Tare of cows) (Gulle Tare of cows) (Taryeong))

    Yangjuso Nori Gut is the largest play among other rites, with the lyrics of the rite in a sophisticated commoner style.
  • 1980.11.17
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    Ogwangdae refers to mask dance in the southern part of the country, and it is widely believed that the name Ogwangdae comes from Ohaengseol. This game is played on the night of the fifteenth of lunar January, during which the ritual of Cheollongje was held on the first day of the first lunar month, and then the jisinbapgi was performed.

    The origin of Gasan Ogwangdae was that a box adrift on the beach of Gasan 100 years ago, and when residents opened it, it contained documents containing the lines of mask and play, and the mask was stored in the ark and used only for play.

    Gasan Ogwangdae Nori consists of six madangs of Obangsinjangmu, Yeongno Dance, Mundung Dance, Yangban Dance, Halmi Dance, and Yeonggam Dance, reflecting the life of the people, satire about yangban and pagyeseung, and the problems of wife and concubine.

    The characters include a total of 30 characters, including General Obang, Yeongno, Yangban, small yangban, Maltuki, Mundoong, Oldjang, Sangjwa, Seoul Baby, Somu, Halmi, Madangso, Yeonggam, Ongsaengwon, and Mudang.

    Gasan Ogwangdae is the only Ogwangdae in the country where the dance of Obangsinjangmu remains, and the only Ogwangdae where inspiration dies, not Halmi.

    In addition, one or two other Ogwangdae characters, but in Gasan Ogwangdae, five people come out to dance and play Jangtaryeong and Tujeon.
  • 1999.11.19
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    The apportionment refers to a traditional painting processing technique that enhances not only beauty but also practicality and preservation by attaching paper, silk, etc. to letters and paintings. It was introduced during the Japanese Colonial Period and is now called "Pyo-gu." Baechapjang refers to a person who was in charge of painting the royal court in the early Joseon Dynasty.

    Known as the origin of the Han Dynasty of China, the Chinese Tang Dynasty developed further and reached its founding stage. I don't know how it was passed down to Korea, but judging from the folding screen paintings of Goguryeo tombs, it is estimated that the foundation of the Korean layout was formed during the Three Kingdoms Period. Baechop was developed steadily after the Unified Silla and Goryeo Period. During the Joseon Dynasty, an expert named Baechapjang appeared.

    There are five types of arrangement: frame, folding screen, scroll, scrolling, and ancient painting processing. The frame goes through the process of working on the silk foundation - the cultivation of the painting plant - the preparation of the frame and the preparation of the frame. One width of a folding screen is the same as a frame.

    The work process of the scroll consists of foundation - vinegar - double - drying - triple - drying - and half - month attachment. A binding refers to the treatment of ancient books that have been damaged by a cover or slip. Ancient painting processing requires high insight and detailed skills as it is a work to revive damaged ancient paintings.

    Baechapjang was designated as an intangible cultural asset at the cultural level as a traditional craftsmanship, and Hong Jong-jin, a functional holder living in Cheongju, North Chungcheong Province, continues to live there.

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