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K-Traditional Music (3)

  • 2021.4.8
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    ☆Pangut: Music and play such as tightrope walking of puppet show by geollippae of yeonhuipae in the wide yard of villages.

    Beokku dance: Beokku is a word indicates not normal and slightly lacking. The instrument called "Beokku" is called by that name because it is neither big nor small. Beokku dance is a stage version of Pungmul Nori, which was played in the coastal area of South Jeolla Province.

    Yeonhui Playground 'The Nolja' (Beokku Dance; Jung Ji-hye, Taepyeongso;Jeong Jin-guk):
    - It is an organization composed of members of the Siheung Traditional Music Association, which strives to publicize the charm of traditional performances with the splendor of Pungmul and cheerful dance.
  • 2020.10.18
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    Traditional performance gala performance reinterpreting Korea's excellent traditional performances such as pungmul, mask dance, lion dance, and Verna play with the cheerful energy of the clown group The clown (Gwangdae)

    The clown of Yeonhee group
    Unit: Ahn Dae-cheon, Choi Young-ho, Sun Young-wook, Heo Chang-yeol, Hwang Min-wang, Lee Sang-young, Eum Dae-jin, Bae Jung-chan, Kim Yong-hoon, Lee Kang-san
    Planning: Kim Soo-yeon, Kim Yoon-mi, Ahn Young-ji
  • 2020.10.28
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    "Pyeongtaek Turtle Play" has long been handed down in more than 20 villages in Pyeongtaek.

    Every Chuseok, young people who visited the graves made turtle clothes out of sorghum leaves and went from house to house, which was born to ward off evil spirits and to pray for the good harvest of the village.

    It is also a traditional game that shows our exciting culture by sharing rice cakes and food with neighbors and promoting harmony and solidarity in the village.

    In particular, it won the grand prize at the Gyeonggi Folk Arts Festival in 2013 and the silver prize at the Korean Folk Arts Festival in 2014, becoming the representative folk game of Pyeongtaek.

    This shows that it is a folk game culture that inherits our own traditions, and is meaningful in that it can be enjoyed without any burden by all ages and men and women.

K-Cultural Heritage (1)

  • 2011.3.26
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    Busan Ancient Tombs Dori Gulip was a geollip that was performed in the ancient area of Gobundori, Seodaesin-dong, Seo-gu, Busan, and was called Geolipgut because it received a little rice or money in return for wishing good fortune by visiting Gagahho Lake in the hope that there would be only good things at the beginning of the year.

    Busan Ancient Tombs-ri Gulip is a traditional folk religion with a history of more than 150 years, considering that the rite was held in Dangsan, Sijaksan Mountain, a village guardian mountain of Daesin-dong, which was built around 1860.

    Busan Gobundori Gulip consists of a total of 37 people, including jisu, Aksa, and Japsaek. First of all, Goha in Dangsan, visit each family to perform a well-being ritual, and then perform a ritual to pray for a good fish, and then perform a dance performance at the Pangutpan.

    Busan Gobundori Gulip is distinct from other geolip Nori, such as the detailed composition of the Sungjupuri editorial, the insertion of Yongwanggut section chief, and the musical diversity of Buckunnori and Yeonhee among Seollnori. In addition, the musical composition and editorial composition of Yu Sam-ryong, Lee Myeong-cheol, and Jeong Sang-ryeol, who were the best pungmul jabs of the time, are outstanding. It is considered to be a traditional folk who actually perform geolip on the first day of the year in Seo-gu, Busan, and has sufficient folk and cultural value.

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