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K-Pop & Trot (1)

  • 2020.2.21
    release date
    Lee Chul-hee (drum), Kwon Song-hee (vocal), Jang Young-kyu (bass), Lee Na-rae (vocal), Shin Yoo-jin (vocal), Jung Joong-yeop (bass), and Ahn Yi-ho (vocal) X Ambigious Dance Company

    ♡ It is soon enthralled by repeated lyrics and sensuous grooves.

    This familiar situation in which a housewife who came ashore for a rabbit's liver meets a tiger is a part of pansori "Sugungga."

    The alternative pop band, which is made of "hip" dance music from the old song "pansori," was very popular for singing the deep mountain tiger (pansori).☆

K-Traditional Music (6)

K-Cultural Heritage (27)

  • 1999.11.19
    designated date
    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.
  • 1994.12.5
    designated date
    Jindo Hongju can find its origin in Soju, which came from the Yuan Dynasty of China during the Goryeo Dynasty. Therefore, scholars argue that the Mongolians who came to destroy Sambyulcho may have introduced the secret method of lowering Hongju, but it is hard to say that the herb used as a ingredient was introduced to Hongju using raw medicine because it is difficult to grow in the devastated Mongo land.

    Since the late Goryeo Dynasty, our ancestors have been making and drinking soju called hanju or baekju in any province. Originally, soju was used only in the royal court, but it seems to have gradually become popular with the working class.

    In this process, the wisdom of adding medicine to soju was developed, and the liquor was developed into weak soju or hansoju, giving birth to famous alcoholic beverages that were unique to each region. Jindo Hongju is also thought to have developed into a local Silk.

    The process of making is three stages of the manufacture, desalination and fermentation of yeast and distillation. Hongju is a liquor with a high alcohol content of 40 percent or more that helps digestion, and has a high alcohol content of 40 percent or more, which makes you feel drunk even with a small amount without much stimulation in your throat, and has the effect and characteristic of being able to do cocktails without a hangover.

    Jindo Hongju had been generally manufactured in a well-to-do house until liberation, but since then, due to severe alcohol control, women and women who have a harder life than rich families secretly manufactured it as a means of living, and the secret recipe has been passed down to this day.

    Currently, the Jindo Traditional Hongju Preservation Society, which was founded in 1993, preserves, develops, and industrializes, and is inherited by Heo Hwa-ja, the holder of functions.
  • 1968.12.21
    designated date
    There are several types of strings used to make decorative knots. Circular strings used in accessories or pouches are called dongdahoe. Wide and flat strings used in waist belts are called gwangdahoe, whereas knots used in attire or ceremonial accessories are called gyeokdap or gyeolja. Knots date back to the primeval period, but the techniques for making knots or dyeing them as handed down in this country were introduced from China during the Three Kingdoms Period. During the Joseon Period, the government designated knot craftsmen. As for the materials used to make knots, there are threads made of Silk, ramie, mulberry, hemp, and woolen yarn. Knot shapes vary depending on the color, thickness, and methods used for tying. The names used to call them differ from region to region. The names were based on household items, flowers, or insects, such as ginger piece, butterfly, dragonfly, chrysanthemum, etc. Tassels were attached to the lower end of the decorative knots used for musical instruments, vehicles, or Buddhist ceremonies. There were diverse types and levels of tassels depending on their use, i.e., whether they were for the Royal Palace or ordinary households.

K-History (1)

  • 1997.10.2
    statutory anniversary
    In 1997, the Ministry of Health and Welfare first established the Elderly's Day as a legal anniversary. Originally, Senior Citizens' Day was supposed to coincide with October 1, 1991 designated by the United Nations, but the following day, October 2, was designated as an anniversary day as 'International Senior Citizens' Day' overlapped.

    It is a day to celebrate the efforts of senior citizens who have promoted the traditional customs of Korea, inherited and developed traditional culture, and to reflect on the problems of senior citizens that have emerged as a major social problem in recent years.

    The Senior Citizens' Day event will be awarded medals, packages, and commendations from the president, prime minister of state, and the minister of health and welfare to people or organizations that have worked hard on the welfare of senior citizens.

    In addition, Cheongnyeojang, a traditional cane made of Silkworms, will be presented to senior citizens who turn 100 that year. Cheongnyeojang refers to a long-lived cane, which is made of grass called Myeongaju, which is light and hard.