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  • 2013.12.2
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    - Gut can be largely divided into Seotgut and Sajeonggut, which means a general rite performed by a shaman, and Sajingut is also called Sajanggyeong, Dokgyeong, and Yangbangut, which are given by the name due to the local and behavioral characteristics of the shaman sitting and reading the scriptures.

    Sajingut is presumed to have been formed by mutual relations with other religions such as Buddhism and Taoism. It has a long history as a branch of Korean shamanism. In particular, Naepo Sajingut, including Seosan and Taean, has a strong tradition, making it a distinctive Sajanggut shamanistic area in Korea.

    - Naepo Sitting Gut has been inherited to the present day with a deep influence on the origins of the northwestern part of Chungnam (Naepo area) and folk (musok) culture such as Pungoje Festival and Sansinje, which borders the west coast of South Chungcheong Province, and is designated as an intangible cultural asset of South Chungcheong Province for preservation and management due to its value, including the transmission and utilization of local folk culture.
  • 2017.12.10
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    Oeyeondo Dangje is a traditional ritual held on the isolated island of the west coast, which is held on February 15 of the lunar calendar every year.

    Oeyeon-do Dangje can be seen as a typical example of folk beliefs on the coast of South Chungcheong Province, including a number of symbolic elements of traditional culture, and various sacrificial rites such as Dangje, Pung-eohje, and Jeonhaeng General's Sadangje are held, including ritual procedures and pungmul sounds with unique characteristics of the island area. These rituals are more popular because they have procedures for offering non-stated offerings, including tribute, cultivation, and shamanistic tales, without the introduction of Confucian texts.

    The rite was held three times a year before the 1970s, but was later reduced to Jeongwolje Shrine in 1987 due to the voluntary will of the residents, but the ritual was held in accordance with the tradition.

    With such diverse intangible cultural heritage elements, Oeyeon-do is an important religious material that represents the island area of South Chungcheong Province and shows the differentiation of mountain gods and human gods amid changes in religious needs in terms of Korean folk beliefs, so 이므로span class='onmouseover='onmouseover='up2 (2060)' is onmouse.
  • 1990.12.20
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    Soongseonjeon Hall is a pavilion dedicated to the ancestral tablets of King Sijo of Garakguk and his queen Heo, and is dedicated to supporting local folk paintings. This pavilion is one of the eight exhibitions, along with the Royal Tomb of King Gukjodan and King Dongmyeong of Goguryeo, the Sunginjeon of King Hyukgeose of Silla, the Sungdeokjeon of King Talhae, the Sunghyejeon of King Algi, King Munmu and King Gyeongsun of Baekje, the Sungyeoljeon of King Onjo of Goryeo, and the Sunguijeon of King Sijo of King Sijo of Goryeo.

    The Great Festival of Soongseonjeon is held on March 15 of the lunar calendar for Chunhyang and September 15 of the lunar calendar for the second time, and the time is held for about an hour from 10 p.m. of Sango. It was originally said that it was held for 334 years until the 12th year (532) of the 10th King Guhyeong (Goohae or Guchungwang) when it began to accept the memorial services for five times a year on the 3rd, 7th, 5th, and 15th of January.

    Even after the annexation of Silla, ancestral rites continued. In the 30th year of Silla and the year of the reign of King Munmu (661), the ancestral rites were held at the Jongmyo Jerye, and 30 royal protocols were dedicated to the royal family near King Suro's tomb and managed by the Gaya army.

    In 1792 (the 16th year of King Jeongjo's reign), the entire school of Chunchushihyang, the founder of Garakguk, was established. Since then, the congratulatory message of the Chunchudaeje Festival has been issued under the name of the king of the Joseon Dynasty, and 53 articles of incense and other products, including Uiseong, were prepared by the Gimhae-bu and protected them. In addition, the Lunar New Year, the Lunar New Year, the New Year, Dano, the same year, the same year's Day, Dano, the same year's Day, the same year's Day, the same year's Day, the same year'

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