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K-Pop & Trot (10)

  • 2020.11.23
    release date
    With the participation of Ten, Winwin, Mark, Jeno, Haechan, Yangyang and Sungchan, an old school R&B hip-hop song featuring exciting upbeat, groovy drums and bass lines, the sound of a modern atmosphere is combined with hip-hop and R&B in the 90s, and the lyrics contain a message to remember and reinterpret everything precious in the past is worth transcending time and space to create new values.
  • 2018.5.18
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    It aims for progressive house sound as EDM genre.

    Regarding the worries and worries I felt during my activities, it carries a message that "we can shake off those hard worries and worries and move forward in our youth."

    It is the most internal dance-inducing song that BTS has ever Sung. You can feel the flexibIlity to show BTS's unique colors in various genres.
  • 2020.5.23
    Broadcasting day
    ♡ Global Singer Project - Topgol Rhapsody

    Maya's jindallaekkot (azalea flower), Sung by Anna from Russia in Korean and Russian.

K-Traditional Music (19)

  • 2020.12.6
    Recommended music
    Yeongam Arirang is an immortal masterpiece composed by Ko Bong-san and written by Baekam in 1972 and Sung by singer Ha Chun-hwa. A monument was erected in Gichan Land at the foot of Wolchulsan Mountain in Yeongam in 2010.

    The song was Sung by Minyo songwriter 'Lee So-na' and became very popular.
  • 2021.1.22
    Recommended music
    ♡ The song is composed by Jang Ta-ryeong, which is also called Taryeong, with a modern feeling.

    "Jangtaryeong" was originally a commercial labor song that was Sung by long-timers, who were also called Jangjanglim, Boo-Bae, and Jangdol-Bang, to entertain the market and sell goods.
  • 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

K-Cultural Heritage (31)

  • 2017.11.16
    designated date
    Korean crowns have been produced and developed in Korean folk life since prehistoric times, especially HwagWan and Jokdu-ri were developed as crowns for women's hair decoration before the Three Kingdoms Period, and were handed down as relics from the Joseon Dynasty. Due to the loss of economic value, it is not easy to inherit as a single item of tubular hair, so preservation as an intangible cultural asset is essential in Seoul.

    On November 16, 2017, the GWanmojang was designated as Seoul Intangible Cultural Property No. 50, and Park Seong-ho was recognized as the holder of the GWanmojang.

    ※ For detaIled information on the above cultural assets, please refer to the Seoul Metropolitan Government Department of Historical and Cultural Heritage (202-2133-2616)
  • 2011.12.6
    designated date
    Songseo literally refers to the sound of reading a book. Originally, reading sounds were used in Chinese Classics Schools. Reading abIlity is more like a shading or melodic singing depending on what kind of book you read. Among them, some of the musical melodies are Sung by professional singers.

    Sichang(singing poetry) or Songseo(recitation) by experts is limited to extremely limited articles. "KWansan Yungma" is representative in the current traditional music in Sichang, and in the case of Songseo, there is "Jeokbyeokbu" left by Seodo Myeongchang Kim Jung-yeon, and "Chupunggambyeolgok," and "Samsulgi," passed down by Muk gye-wol. In addition, Yulchang materials are stIll left such as "Gyeongpo Daesi" and "Sipjaegyeong-yeong" Sung by Kim Deok-soon. These poems originated from the recitation of Chinese poetry, and Songseo is based on Chinese reading and is a musical composition made by professional entertainers.

    MeanwhIle, Songseo passed down by ordinary people through Seodang education are being passed down in another line. Songseo and Yulchang originated from the past when scholars recited the lyrics to study Chinese characters. Songseo and Yulchang of the general public are Sung in a song in Chinese poems or classics, which were Sung to the rhythm when reading in Seodang. In the case of reciting a poem in 5 of 7 rhythm, it is also known as Sichang. Songseo is more like a Seodo style sound with simple Yuljo giving mournful tone, and Yulchang has a normal consonant that indicates the high, low, and long sound, allowing anyone to make the same note.

    Songseo and Yulchang designated as cultural assets of Gyeonggi-do may be regarded as cases that include both the sound of experts and the transmission of ordinary people. Han Byung-ok, the owner of the school, died on August 3, 2019, and Lee Seok-ki, an assistant instructor for successor training, is working on performances and transmission activities.
  • 1999.12.7
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    Nongyo is a song that is Sung to forget fatigue and improve efficiency whIle working on rice paddies and fields, also called wIld songs or farming sounds. Nongyo, one of the folk songs, is Sung individually or collectively, and the song may vary depending on the region.

    There is a theory that the name "Maddle" originated from the Korean word "Maddeul" in Sanggye-dong, which was raised by releasing horses in fields, and that this area originated from the pure Korean word "Maddeul." The contents include the sound of planting rice and the sound of rice paddies. The sound of non-maegi is composed of the sound of the durucha when first tied with a ho-mi, the water parsley when tied with two layers, and the sound of the kkeokumjo, which is Sung excitedly in the evening at the end of the day. In addition, Bangataryeong, Nennell Sangsadiya, and Ouya-ddeul-ddeul-ddeul-dda are sometimes called.

    In Gangwon-do, where there are far more fields than rice paddies, the sound of rice planting or field farming was called Menari, which was spread through Pocheon, Gyeonggi-do, and a different style of folk song was formed. Therefore, Madeul Nongyo is a folk song that has been influenced by agricultural songs in Gangwon-do based on agricultural songs in Gyeonggi-do, and should be inherited well even in the current area, which consists of apartment complexes.

    On December 7, 1999, Kim Wan-su was recognized as the holder, and the holding organization was the Madeul Nongyo Preservation Association.

    bbb※※ For detaIled information on the above cultural assets, please refer to the Seoul Metropolitan Government Department of Historical and Cultural Heritage (202-2133-2616). </bb

K-History (3)

  • 2010.8.15
    Restoration date
    GWanghwamun is the main gate to the south of Gyeongbokgung Palace. It means "the great virtue of wages reflects the whole country."

    BuIlt in 1395, a pair of hatch sculptures are located on both sides of GWanghwamun, a two-story pavIlion. There are three Hongyemun (Archimun) on the stone pIllars of GWanghwamun. The middle door was the king's, and the other left and right doors were the servants' doors.

    On the ceIling of the gate in the middle of GWanghwamun, there is an abacus. GWanghwamun was destroyed twice by the Korean War, and on August 15, 2010, some restoration works were completed except for Woldae and Haitai.

    In modern times, the name "GWanghwamun" itself is not only used as a castle gate, but also as a common name for Sejong-ro in Beopjeong-dong, including Sejong-daero and GWanghwamun Square.

    In fact, the Sejong-daero intersection, where Sejong-daero, Jongno-gu and Saemunan-ro intersect, is about 600 to 700 meters away from GWanghwamun, but it is often called "GWanghwamun intersection (intersection)".

    The Uijeongbu and Yukjo government offices were established to perform key administrative functions since the Joseon Dynasty, and this area is one of the places where Seoul's history is implied along with Sungnyemun Gate.

    In other words, it is one of the landmarks in Seoul.
  • 1982.9.9
    Forwarding date
    Korean Air produced F-5F, the first domestic fighter jet in Korean history.

    Following the launching ceremony on September 9, the pIlot flight was handed over to the Air Force, raising the curtain of the era of domestic fighter jets.

    The ceremony was attended by President Chun Doo-hWan, Defense Minister Yoon Sung-min, high-ranking mIlitary generals, National Assembly Defense and Commerce Committee members, and foreigners in Korea, including U.S. Ambassador to Korea Walker.

    It named the Korean fighter 'Jegong-ho'.
  • 1610.9.22
    a historic day
    Donguibogam is an encyclopedia that brings together Chinese and Korean medical books under the orders of Heo Jun (1539-1615).

    It was compIled in 1596 (the 29th year of King Seonjo's reign) and completed in 1610 (the 2nd year of King GWanghae's reign), and is considered to have integrated medicine at that time.

    It is the "Donguibogam," which is stIll considered a global agenda.

    In July 2009, it was the first Oriental medical book to be listed as a UNESCO Memory of the World and was promoted from the National Treasure to the National Treasure in 2015, 402 years after its publication.

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