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  • 2018.4.9
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    JYP chief Park Jin-young is known to have written and composed the song as a dance song about the curiosity and imagination of girls who learned love through books or movies or dramas.

    It features a bright melody with uptempo dance beats and rhythms that cross the trap genre to showcase various musical changes within a single song.

    The lyrics contain the cute imaginations and curiosity of girls toward love, such as "I feel love everyday in the movie or in the book or in the drama, learn love", "I WANNA KNOW candy is as sweet as candy", "What is Love? Will love come to me someday?"
  • 1985.6.5
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    Dokdo is our land is in 1982, by Jung Kwang-tae sang the songs of the Republic of Korea. Dokdo for a song.

    Since 1996 and Sections 5 to the lyrics were published in the elementary school textbooks, Dokdo song to build.

    Jung Kwang-tae sang the doing lecture tours by elementary school, and make permanent address in 1998, Dokdo, Dokdo and actively pursued their associated activities.

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K-Cultural Heritage (13)

  • 1999.11.19
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    The apportionment refers to a traditional painting processing technique that enhances not only beauty but also practicality and preservation by attaching paper, silk, etc. to letters and paintings. It was introduced during the Japanese Colonial Period and is now called "Pyo-gu." Baechapjang refers to a person who was in charge of painting the royal court in the early Joseon Dynasty.

    Known as the origin of the Han Dynasty of China, the Chinese Tang Dynasty developed further and reached its founding stage. I don't know how it was passed down to Korea, but judging from the folding screen paintings of Goguryeo tombs, it is estimated that the foundation of the Korean layout was formed during the Three Kingdoms Period. Baechop was developed steadily after the Unified Silla and Goryeo Period. During the Joseon Dynasty, an expert named Baechapjang appeared.

    There are five types of arrangement: frame, folding screen, scroll, scrolling, and ancient painting processing. The frame goes through the process of working on the silk foundation - the cultivation of the painting plant - the preparation of the frame and the preparation of the frame. One width of a folding screen is the same as a frame.

    The work process of the scroll consists of foundation - vinegar - double - drying - triple - drying - and half - month attachment. A binding refers to the treatment of ancient books that have been damaged by a cover or slip. Ancient painting processing requires high insight and detailed skills as it is a work to revive damaged ancient paintings.

    Baechapjang was designated as an intangible cultural asset at the cultural level as a traditional craftsmanship, and Hong Jong-jin, a functional holder living in Cheongju, North Chungcheong Province, continues to live there.
  • 2002.12.30
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    The drum is a percussion instrument based on resonance, which was made to make a sound by filling leather in the stable of a barrel, and has been used in various ways, including folk games, spears, dances, and martial arts in shamanism, with signals of various rituals and wars. The drum consists of two main processes: leather work and drum control work. Buktong, which mainly uses Odong, Yuksong, Miseong, Pine Tree, and Bakdal Tree, has a bucket that is the same size as a barrel made by digging logs. The wood is cut into pieces to fit the length of the tree, and then dug from the core to cut through the inside to create a barrel, but it is difficult to find thick logs, so it is usually made of chunks. The sound of leather depends on the quality, thickness, and area of the animal <span class='xml2' onmouseover='up2 (3985)' onmouseout='dn2()'dn2(()> Wonpi<//span> to remove the hair or to make it into leather, with chicken dung or soybean paste.

    Kim Kwan-sik has moved to Daejeon with his grandfather, who had produced the drum for more than 30 years in Chaeun-myeon, Nonsan, South Chungcheong Province, to fill the drum for the third generation after his father, who produced the drum for more than 50 years. He possesses processing techniques by conventional methods, such as screening of leather that governs drum sounds and leather processing and control works, and is a craftsman who has the ability to produce works and goods separately. The main theme of the book is "Julbuk (Wednesday Book)," "Kojangbuk" (Sijo, Pansori) and "Milyangbuk" (for shamanistic people), but it can also produce various kinds of books. His writings on the opening ceremony of the Seoul Olympic Games in 1989 and those of the Cheong Wa Dae, Chunchugwan and Gogak, were produced by him.
  • 2004.1.5
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    Calligraphy refers to engraving letters on trees or stones, and it is a craftsman who does this work. The calligraphy is no different from the duties of the head of each chapter, which originally used to engrave letters in order to withdraw books or engrave Pyeonaek. In other words, it is an alias given to each person as they move toward the realm of art that they hang on the wall and appreciate recently. Each area varies from small stamps to individual withdrawals and hanging pyeonaeks on buildings. However, each withdrawal is different in that each letter is engraved upside down for printing.

    Korea's individual technology is widely known for excellence along with printing technology. Among the woodblocks, "Mugujeonggwangdae dharani Sutra" produced during the Unified Silla Period (751), is the oldest artifact, and many Confucian woodblocks of the Joseon Dynasty, including the Tripitaka Koreana of Haeinsa Temple during the Goryeo Dynasty, are reported. Of course, it has become a channel through which knowledge is spread through woodblocks. Recalling that metal types were also made of mother and mother type, each of them played a significant role.

    The most suitable trees for each are mountain cherry trees, jujube trees, birch trees, pear trees, and sputum trees. This is because the pattern is low in bumps and hard and tough wood is required. To engrave letters on the woodblock, a delicate process is first needed to control the properties of the material. It was an old way to soak in seawater or mudflats for years or boil them in a pot. However, in traditional Korean culture, instead of hammering the back of a knife, it was common to push or pull a knife.

    Gajangjang was designated as a national intangible cultural heritage by the late Oh Ok-jin and Kim Gak-han. Gajeongjang was designated as Gajangjang in various regions. Lee Gyu-nam, the 40th calligrapher in Gyeonggi Province, was recognized as the holder in 2004. Yi Gyu-nam learned from Oh Ok-jin and Shin Hak-gyun, and from Kim Chung-hyeon, he restored various pieces of Pyeonaek and woodblocks.

K-History (6)

  • 1973.11.9
    opening day
    Dosan Park is a park in Sinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul.

    Construction began in 1971 and opened in 1973. The park was named after Ahn Chang-ho's penchant for patriotism and education.

    It is the place where Dosan Ahn Chang-ho and his wife Lee Hye-ryeon were buried together. There is a statue of Ahn Chang-ho on the east side of the park, and a walkway stretches around the center, which is round like a Western-style garden.

    The Dosan Ahn Chang-ho Memorial Hall in Dosan Park displays photos, letters, temporary government feedbooks and Dosan diaries that give you a quick look at Dosan's life and thoughts.

    It is also equipped with a touch screen where you can see Dosan's notes, annals, and pictures.

    Ahn Chang-ho (November 9, 1878-March 10, 1938) was an educational reform activist and patriotic enlightenment activist in the Korean Empire, and an independence activist, educator, and politician during the Japanese occupation.
  • 1970.7.25
    Opening Day
    On July 25, 1970, the largest children's center in the East opened in Namsan, Seoul.

    The building has one basement floor and 18 floors above the ground, with a total construction cost of 600 million won at that time.

    Inside the building is a gymnasium, a swimming pool, a dance room, and a library with 11,000 books.

    Namsan Children's Center was transferred to the National Library of Korea in 1974 and moved to a new center in Neung-dong, Seongdong-gu, Seoul in 1975.

    Even now, the Namsan branch of the Seoul Science Exhibition Center is continuing its reputation.
  • 1762.8.5
    Jeong Yak-yong's Birthday
    Jeong Yak-yong (丁若鏞, August 5, 1762 (June 16, 1762) to April 7, 1836, 1836 (February 22, 1836) was a civil servant, writer, poet, philosopher, scientist, and engineer of the late Joseon Dynasty.

    It contributed greatly to laying the foundation for modern engineering in the Joseon Dynasty. In addition, Jeong Yak-yong integrated the ideas of Silhak, which came down through the interests of Hyungwon and Seongho, into one body.

    books related to Neo-Confucianism, astronomy, geography, history, industry, and clothing, as well as "Gyeongse Youpyo," "Mokminsimseo," and "Humheum Sinseo" are all examples of social, economic, and ideological affairs, which can be said to be the result of "multi-academics."

    In 2012, Jeong was selected as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage along with Russo and Hesse.

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