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K-Pop & Trot (1)

  • 2015.11.30
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    [Hwayangyeonhwa pt.1] It's an exciting alternative hip hop song that continues the funky vibe of "BTS".

    It is a hometown hymn that connects "Paldo Gangsan", which sings about their hometown in dialect rap, and contains the perception that it is a reality that has been walking with affection for the cities where members were born and raised, such as Ilsan (Lap Monster), Daegu (Suga), Busan (Jimin), and Gwangju (J-Hope).

    You can enjoy the excitement of BTS, which boasts the brilliant wit and beagles of K-pop groups that lead the Korean Wave.

K-Traditional Music (3)

  • 2021.2.13
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    ☆Cheolhyeongeum(CHG) was designed by Kim Young-chul, a master of Namsadangpae in the 1940s. It is played by pulling or tearing off eight iron strings with a bar.

    It has a strange sound like a combination of Geomungo, Gayageum, or Western guitar.

    Yoo Kyung-hwa, who played as a geomungo player and changed her direction to CHG, is said to have accepted CHG into her destiny since then after hearing a recording of Ahn Hyang-nyeon's performance with Lim Dong-sik, a master of geomungo.

    Sin Sacheolga(New four Seasons' song) is a piece of music that sings about the scenery in all four Seasons, and in this performance, you can see it playing around instrumental music.
  • 2021.4.25
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    ☆Jeokbyeokga is one of pansori repertoire about the old stories from Romance of the three kingdoms.

    Jeokbyeokga is a song with a strong will and masculine character, and among them, Zhao Yun's Bow Shooting scene is a part of which is musically well-organized, lively, and requires considerable power.

    It is sung by a solemn sound that causes dramatic tension on Ujo, and is a representative part (nun-daemok) of the Jeokbyeokga.

    The significance of this passage lies in the fact that it best embodies the pansori beauty of the magnificent Jeokbyeokga.
  • 2020.10.17
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    Gayageum Sanjo is a very simple and strong one with a unique body that is different from any other Gayageum Sanjo, which is now commonly played at this is a very simple and strong one.

    Born in Yeoju, Gyeonggi Province, Seo lost his mother when he was young and grew up in Gurye, South Jeolla Province, at the age of 8.

    He was taught Gayageum Sanjo by his uncle Jeong Nam-ok, who is a windbreaker, and is said to have set up the framework of Gayageum Sanjo before Kim Chang-jo at the age of nine.

    His production of Gayageum has become a subject of reSearch due to its high value in the history of Korean music, and is compared to the other line of Gayageum Sancho, which is passed down mostly by Gyeomyun-gil.

    [Yerang Lee]
    Gimhae National Gayageum Contest Youngest Presidential Award
    a suspicious young gayageum

K-Cultural Heritage (8)

  • 1994.12.5
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    Nongak is the music played by farmers when they squeeze their dure and play percussion instruments such as kkwaenggwari, Jing, Janggu, and drum.

    The nongak of Jeollanam-do can be largely classified as Jwa-do-gut, Udo-gut, and Seodo-an-gut based on the composition, attire, and musicality. Among them, Book Coastal Gut is a nongak performed in Geumsan-myeon, Wando and Jindo areas in Goheung-gun, which are located in the South Sea and the SouthWest Sea, and Gilgut is different from that of the land and has a unique identity that does not belong to any region, such as Jwa-do and U-do, where the ritual is centered.

    Goheung Wolpo Nongak is a type of Seohaean Gut, which is said to have been started by playing Nongak to boost the morale of the troops during the Japanese Invasion of Korea in 1592. The composition of nongak consists of Deokseokgi, Nonggi, Nongak, Yeonggi, Soe, Soe, Nongbu, Jing, Janggu, Buk, Buggu, Sogo, Daeposu, and Yangban.

    It is characterized by the complete preservation of the Mungut and the strong religious character associated with the rite, and the boy's role as a "farm farmer" is outstanding, with lively dance and craftsmanship and not seen in other regions. Currently, Choi Byung-tae is recognized as the holder of entertainment in Goheung Wolpo Nongak.
  • 2001.12.20
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    Darye is a rite of courtesy to give tea to a person or a Buddhist monk, and although it is a royal tea ceremony, it is a tea ceremony for oil prices, impossibility, and family members.

    It is not known exactly when tea, also written as Myeong or Cheon, began to be consumed as a drink.In The History of the Three Kingdoms, the tea was from Queen Seondeok.A record of ' indicates that he drank tea at least in the 7th century.

    In addition, in 828 (the third year of King Heungdeok's reign), " Chinese tea tree seeds were brought in and planted on Mount Jiri to meet the growing demand.There's a record of ."In <The History of the Three Kingdoms>, a tea ceremony was held at the Jongmyo Shrine of Gaya during the reign of King Munmu of Silla in 661, along with rice cakes and fruits.The record of " shows that he drank as a symbol.

    The royal tea ceremony of the Goryeo Dynasty was held during the royal ceremony of Taehu, Taeja's Book Peak, Wonja's Birth, and Taeja's Birthday. The record of tea served by the princess when she was married is shown in "Goryosa".

    The royal tea ceremonies and royal tea ceremonies of the Joseon Dynasty can be divided into the tea ceremonies for envoys and royal families. Hwagang was a lecture on scripture and fraud by gathering the management and empty guests of the teacher and Si Gangwon, and the records of his tea ceremony are shown in the Annals of King Sejong. The ceremony was held in Taepyeonggwan, Sajeongjeon, Injeongjeon, and Myeongnyundang until King Gojong's reign, in which the king or prince served tea to Chinese envoys.

    A brief introduction to the procedures of Kim Eui-jeong's private reception is as follows.

    The king's chair shall be installed on the West wall, the envoy's chair shall be installed facing West on the east wall, and the north side shall be installed on the north wall.The king and the envoy take their Seats after the town.One person to remove the sandal is to stand on the West side, while another person is to stand on the West side with a tray of tea and tea.The two saon remove a tray of fruit, one facing south to the right of the Jeongsa Temple, and one facing north to the left of the adverb.

    The manufacturer stands facing north on the right side of the king with a tray of fruit, and when the king takes a cup of tea and removes it, he follows the tea and sits down and raises it to the king, the king rises up from the chair, stands up a little, and stands up a little, and the Sashindo stands up a little, and stands a little forward. The king takes a cup of tea and goes to Jeongsa Temple and hands the tea. A political affairs officer receives a bell and gives it to a Tong temporarily. The manufacturer takes the tea with a teacup again and hands it to the vice president.When an adverb receives a teacup, he retreats a little bit, and the manufacturer picks up the tea with the cup and puts it on the official, and Jeong-sa holds the teacup and goes out to the king and raises the tea. At this time, the manufacturing industry moves Westward and kneels north.

    When the king holds the teacup, the Tong puts the teacup on the Zheng and the King sits on the chair and drinks tea. He goes before the king of the making and knelt down, receives a cup of tea, and leaves it on a tea tray. For the removal of the Monk stands and puts fruit on the envoy, and the Emperor kneels down and puts the king's fruit on the table. When I'm done, I'll take the tray out.

    The tools used in royal tea ceremonies include 湯罐 (a kettle for boiling tea), 茶罐 (a kettle for brewing tea), 茶罐 (a bowl for cooling water), tea cups, cup stands, , (a bowl for cooling water), teaspoons, tea pots, tea towels, tea bottles, and water pumps.

    On December 20, 2001 been recognition of activity as holder of the gimuijeong.

    ※For more information on the above cultural assets, please contact the Seoul Metropolitan Government Department of Historical and Cultural Heritage (☎02-2133-2616).
  • 1989.12.29
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    Jangseungje is a folk belief that has been handed down since the Baekje Dynasty. On the fifteenth day of the first lunar month, Jangseungje is a production ritual to pray for the well-being and prosperity of the village by combining male and female Jangseung.

    Jangseungje, which was started as a result of the fact that the terrain of Tancheon was facing Seongribong Peak and the sound chamber, was established as a folk game and folk game for 400 years.

    The Tancheon jangseungje started with Nongak on the 7th day of the first lunar month, and the villagers are prohibited from cheating until the 15th of this year. The valley of the village is divided into grooms in the east and brides in the West. On the fifteenth of lunar January, the village begins with a gisebae in the middle of the village.

    While playing around the farming tools, when the bride makes four bows in front of the priest and the bride makes two bows, they tie silk in the groom's village. When it gets dark, the wedding ceremony of Jangseung is held at Donggu Bridge in time for Nongak, and the bride and groom are tied together with colorful bejazzi and separated.

    When the Hapgung ritual is over and the residents go back to their villages, they shoot three rounds of blisters in the sense of chasing diSeases and bad luck, and in the eastern village, they run ssireum and in the Western village, they pick a general, and gather again to play all night long.

    The Tancheon Jangseung Festival in Gongju expresses the Hapgung Palace of Jangseung and strengthens the solidarity of the village, which is characterized by a combination of religious consciousness and folk games. Park Young-hyuk from Tancheon is currently being passed down.

K-History (2)

  • 1963.1.18
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    Deoksugung Palace is unique among Korean palaces in having a modern Seal engraving and a Western style garden and fountain. Medieval and modern style architecture exists together in harmony in Deoksugung Palace. The Changing of the Royal Guard can be seen in front of Daehanmun (Gate) and is a very popular event for many visitors. During the Joseon Dynasty, the royal guard was responsible for opening and closing the palace gate as well as patrolling around the gate area. Outside the palace is a picturesque road flanked by a stone wall which is much loved by visitors.

    Originally, Deoksugung Palace was not a palace. The Imjin War (the Japanese invasions in 1592) left all the palaces in Korea severely damaged. When King Seonjo (the fourteenth king of the Joseon Dynasty) returned to Seoul from his evacuation, the primary palace Gyeongbokgung Palace had been burnt to the ground and other palaces were also heavily damaged. A temporary palace was chosen from among the houses of the royal family. This is the origin of Deoksugung Palace. King Gwanghaegun (the fifteenth king of the Joseon Dynasty) named the palace Gyeongungung, formalizing it as a royal palace. Since then it has been used as an auxiliary palace by many Joseon kings. In 1897, Emperor Gojong (the twenty-sixth king of the Joseon Dynasty) stayed here and expanded it. The modern buildings such as Seokjojeon (Hall) were constructed during this period. In 1907, the palace was renamed Deoksugung.
  • 1993.10.10
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    On October 10, 1993, a ferry-ho in the West Sea sank in Wido, Buan-gun, Jeollabuk-do.

    The ship flying between Buan and Gupo carried 362 passengers, more than 221 passengers at the time of the accident, and weighed 110 tons.

    The accident caused a gust of wind in the Sea, turning the head of the ship and returning to the port, killing 292 people.

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