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  • 2020.11.28
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    Turtle play in Cheonan, Chungcheongnam-do, is a folk game in which people visit houses on Hangawi to pray for the well-being of their families. It was passed down mainly on the plains, where rice farming was the main focus.

    In fact, if you look at the areas where turtle play is handed down, Yeoju, Gwangju, Yongin, Suwon, Pyeongtaek, Chungcheong Province, Asan, Eumseong, Chungju, Cheongju, Haenam in Jeolla Province, and Changnyeong in Gyeongsang Province, centering on Icheon, Gyeonggi Province, south of the Han River.

    Among them, Cheonan was one of the most popular areas of turtle play, which was conducted on a natural village basis.

K-Cultural Heritage (5)

  • 2015.11.20
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    Siheung gunjabong seonghwangje, Ansan-si, and, located on the border of gunjabong seonghwang gimbu in the king of the chief Deity to and good to do.

    On October 3rd of the lunar calendar, a formal ceremony was held, similar in character to the Seong emperor of gray hair in Ansan.

    Gunjabong (198.4m) is a mountain located on the border between Gunja-dong in Siheung and Sunbu-dong in Ansan, not far from the beach. Currently, shamanism is the most frequent mountain in the southern part of Gyeonggi-do, with several exorcisms around it.

    In Gunjabong Peak, the Seonghwangdan Altar remains along with the Gunjasan Fortress Site. Seonghwangdan Altar appears around the fortress or the government offices of the town, where the chief monk and his people accompanied the people to pray for the well-being of the town or the city.

    It is said that Emperor Gunjabong honors King Gyeongsun, his wife Ahn, and his mother-in-law Hong, the last king of Silla, as the Holy Roman Emperor. Various claims have been made according to scholars.

    Siheung Gunjabong Seonghwangje has a joint ritualistic nature in that the village Nongak Band and Mudang group will join the village ritual, and is building a pan-do where people go to places such as Ansan, Suwon, and Pyeongtaek. This is an indication of the prestige of the Holy Emperor in this region and an important characteristic in its wide range of activities.
  • 2002.11.25
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    The carpenter, who is a craftsman dealing with wood, is divided into a ranch that builds palaces, temples, or houses, as well as a small ranch that makes furniture, such as a wardrobe, door-gaps, tables, and soban, and other wooden crafts. Building wood refers to the manufacture of small facilities attached to buildings, such as windows, handrails, and closures.

    Currently designated as an intangible cultural asset in Gyeonggi Province, Kim Soon-ki is a small ranch specializing in traditional windows and doors. He uses red pine or yuksong when he can't find the spruce fruit, Chumok or Choonhyangmok. The windows he produced include the Wanja Changshi, the Three-Year-Old Gate, the Rainbow Gate, and the Flower Salmun.

    To make a flower pattern complete with the best floral print among the windows, several pieces must be cut and combined. Instead of simply cutting and attaching them according to the shape, they make and combine the doorknob in a way that crosses the bite.

    He participated in the restoration of Confucian schools, such as Gyeongbokgung Palace, Suwonhyanggyo Local Confucian School, and Hongcheonhyanggyo Local Confucian School, as well as temples and shrines, and produced windows and doors of Seojangdae and Hwahongmun in the Hwaseong Restoration Project.
  • 2018.6.1
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    The village ritual in Bucheon, Siheung, Ansan, Osan, Hwaseong, Suwon, Gwangju, and Anseong, which are located in the southern part of Gyeonggi-do, is called Gyeonggi-gut. This village ritual is performed by the hereditary succession of martial arts, which are called hwarangi or mountain, and women are called miji. The dance of Gyeonggi-do Danggut, which is centered on Hwarangipae or Sani-eul in southern Gyeonggi-do, means the dance that was performed at Gutpan in a broad sense, and in a narrow sense refers to the Gyeonggi-do Danggut Sinawi dance, which is an art of performance, leaving Gutpan. In addition, the accompaniment of the dance is called Gyeonggi-do Danggutsi Nawi Dance because it is so-called Gyeonggi-do Sinawi Dance, which is difficult for experts to understand, such as Seopchae, Banseolumumjangdan, Onigutgeori, Jinsojangdan, Olimchae, Sangjimachi, Garaejo, Valkudre, and Bujeongnoridan. Gyeonggi-do Danggut Sinawi Dance, which is stylized on stage against the backdrop of shamanistic tradition in Gyeonggi-do, includes "Boojeong Nori Dance," "Turberim Dance," "Jinchigi Dance," "Sneakchae Dance," "Olimchae Dance," "Jeseok Dance," and "Dosalpuri Dance," and Maeheon Kim Sook-ja, who is at the center of the dance.

    Maeheon Kim Sook-ja (梅軒 19 19: 1926-1991) learned the dance music contained in shamanism from her father Kim Deok-soon, a native of Jaeincheong, Hwaseong, and the entire shamanism from her mother, Jung Gwi-seong. The characteristic element of Kim Sook-ja's Gyeonggi-do Danggut Sinawi Dance, a former hereditary dancer, is that she recreated it as a traditional dance by developing the dance of ritual dance that Hwareang and Moohyeo used to perform at Gyeonggi-do Danggut, which has been handed down in Gyeonggi-do Province. Therefore, Kim Sook-ja's dances were originally performed at Dodang Gutpan in Gyeonggi Province, but they are representative shamanistic dances that were staged and entertainmentized in the process of re-creation and transmission.

    The Gyeonggi-do Danggut Sinawi Dance and Gyeonggi-do folk dance, which were passed down to Kim Sook-ja from Kim Deok-soon, father of Maeheon Kim Sook-ja ( 19 1926-1991), and his mother Jeong Gwi-seong, are now preserved through his disciple Lee Jung-hee, and are handed down to his disciple Hansumun.

K-History (2)

  • 1963.1.21
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    Hwaseong Fortress, designated as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site on December 12, 1997, has deep history protecting the capital from outside attack. Hwaseong Fortress offers various performances daily as well as Suwon Hwaseong Cultural Festival every fall. The fortress circles Paldalsan Mountain at the center for 5.7 kilometers long. The fortress, constructed from 1794 to 1796, was built as a display of King Jeongjo’s filial piety towards his father and to build a new pioneer city with its own economic power.
  • 1967.6.23
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    The Gyeonggi Provincial Government moved from Seoul to the foot of Paldang Mountain in Suwon on June 23, 1967.

    As the provincial government moved to Suwon, a business trip to Uijeongbu was created to take charge of administrative affairs in northern Gyeonggi Province.

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