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K-Pop & Trot (130)

  • 2020.11.9
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    He declared himself a witch without being swayed by others' gaze or judgment, expressing his frank desire and positive and confident attitude as a splendid and brilliant festival.

    With retro synthesizer riffs, danceable drum beats and disco bass lines that captivate the ears with disco genre songs, the 1980s-style music was recalled in GFRIEND's own style in 2020.

    Sing me who blooms anew and proudly becomes the master of life.
  • 1992.11.15
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    He started his career as SM Entertainment's No. 1 singer.

    It is a hip-hop song from singer Hyun Jin-young's second album "New dance 2" (1992). It was composed by Lee Tak.

    With its explosive popularity, it heated up the end of 1992. It was the mega-hit number of the time when it topped the KBS top 10 list for a total of five weeks, followed by MBC's 'Your Popular Song' for seven consecutive weeks and SBS's SBS Popular Song for six consecutive weeks.

    It is a representative music of Generation X with a high degree of perfection, hoodie, costumes represented by a large X mark, and colorful performances.
  • 2019.11.18
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    It is a song of the Etonic fantasy genre that composer Lee Min-soo and IU met again.

    Actor Lee Hyun-woo, who was the male lead of the music video for "You and Me," once again acted in a more mature way.

    Hwang Soo-ah, the main character of the IU fantasy series, will be directing the music video again.

    Since the release of the teaser, fans who remember their images eight years ago have been highly anticipated.

K-Traditional Music (29)

K-Cultural Heritage (69)

  • 1973.11.11
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    Sandae nori refers to the mask dance of the central region. Songpa Sandae Nori is a popular play that combines dance, mime, words of virtue and humor as a branch of Sandae-do Gamgeuk enjoyed in Seoul and Gyeonggi Province. This play was performed every year on the fifteenth day of the first lunar month and on Dano, Baekjung, and Chuseok.

    Songpa Village was the commercial base of Gyeonggi Province, and it was said that about 200 years ago, when Songpa Market was the most prosperous, Sandae Nori became popular and was completed in the form of a play that still conveys to this day. Songpa Sandae Nori consists of seven chapters, and prior to the play, it is equipped with masks and costumes, played on the road to the venue of the performance while playing music, arranged masks and performed ancestral rites.

    The composition of the play, exaggeration, dance, and mask are almost similar to Yangju Byeolsandae Nori, but several masks, dances, and roles are characterized by their old forms. In other words, in Yangju Byeolsandae Nori, the cremation dance moves that have already disappeared, and the masks of the mother of childbirth, Shin Hal-mi, and the shaman remain, so there are separate roles for these masks. Thirty-three masks made of a bowl, pine bark, and paper are used, and the play style, like other mask dances, is mainly dance, accompanied by jokes and movements.
  • 1980.11.17
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    Yangju Sonori Gut is also known as Sogut, Sogeum Gut, Soeogut, Sonoreum Gut, and Mabutaryeong Gut to pray for family prosperity and good harvests during the Lunar New Year and Ipchun.

    Some say that the origin of Yangju Sowonolgut was derived from Gamaksa Temple, which is regarded as a mountain god in the Yangju area, from a good harvest, from a good harvest, from a good harvest, from a royal rite, and from the entertainment of the rite, but no exact origin was revealed.

    However, it is regarded as a game that originated from Somec Nori, which worships the cows, horses, and the sky, and was played not only in Yangju but also in Seoul, Gyeonggi, Gangwon, Chungcheong, Yellow Sea, and South Pyongan Province.

    The oxenolgut is not performed alone, but is played following the jeseokgeori because it is similar in the nature of farming rituals for cattle and praying for their offspring and longevity.

    At the end of the Jeseok Street, fill a wooden head in front of the jango with beans and stick a dried pollack with a dried pollack to make the sogo stick a stake. Jo-mu, who plays the musician and jango, sits in the yard, and when the gutgeori rhythm rings, Ju-ja, who has white ginseng in her white cone, stands at the end of the floor with a stone fan in her right hand.

    The calf enters first and plays, then heads to the gate to guide the horsemen and cows. Wrap a rubber band with straw to make a head, and with the stone folded in half, five to six people enter and pretend to be cows. A calf plays with a straw mat on its back. The horse-riding one horseman wears a black vest and a navy abalone, a three-shin fan in his right hand and a reins in his left hand.

    The stage of Gut will be moved from the floor to the yard, and the main character will also be changed from shaman to horseman. Gut consists of a conversation between a shaman and a horseman, a horseman's taryeong and words of blessing, a horseman's dance and movement, and a cow's taryeong has a long but sophisticated commoner lyric.

    The sound of oxenolgut starts with (Who's looking for me) (Treasure No Jung-gi) (Taemultaryeong) (Mabu Colonel) (Mabu Colonel) (Cutting the head of a cow) (Cutting oxen) (Teaching oxen) (Taeryeong) (Gullet Tare of cows) (Gulle Tare of cows) (Taryeong))

    Yangjuso Nori Gut is the largest play among other rites, with the lyrics of the rite in a sophisticated commoner style.
  • 1980.11.17
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    Jindo Sushi Kimgut is a ritual in Jindo area that wishes the spirit of the dead to go to a pleasant and comfortable world after solving the lingering resentment in this world. It is called washinggimgut because it cleanses the resentment.

    Because of its strong Buddhist nature, it seems to have been made during the Goryeo Dynasty, and the contents of the rite vary depending on time and place.

    Gwakmeori Washing Gimgut, which is performed next to the corpse when the portrait is made, and 'Sosang Washing Gimgut'On the night of death on the night of the second year's death'Daesang Washinggut'When the sick or bad things happen frequently in the house, and when the tomb is temporarily built (at the beginning of the burial), the grave, the funeral.

    The order of washing gimgut is to announce the celebration to the ancestors and the Cao Wangban on the day of King Cho's descent or the city's assembly, 'Honmaji'Honmangseok'that brings out the souls of the dead, 'Churimaji', which delights the souls of the souls of the dead, and the friends of the dead who serve the dead. *'Wangpul', 'Soulp', 'Samegappul'Samepole'Samepole'Samepole'Semplating the dead for not getting the medicine, 'Snowing', to see if the dead man's grudge has been relieved when his family or relatives hold hands, the dead man's soul comes down and says grudges.

    The music of Jindo Sushi Kimgut will be composed of a flute, daegeum, haegeum, jango, and gong, centering on Yukjabaegimok (Sinawimok). The shaman is dressed in simple clothes, such as white clothes and scarlet bands, and performs the Jijeon dance, which is similar to the Buddhist monk's robe, and solves the resentment of the dead. The song is in the form of a single syllable and a long verse that carries the sound and receives the sound from the back, and is very exciting and beautiful with the sound of the melody and various refined woodwork.

    Jindo Sushi Kimgut is a Buddhist ritual that wishes for the safety of not only the dead but also the living, and has excellent artistic elements and great material value in dance and music.

K-History (1)

  • 2001.5.18
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    The Royal Ancestral Ritual in the Jongmyo Shrine and Its music is also known as 'Jongmyomusic' as the general name for instrumental music, song and dance performed at the memorial service for the kings and queens of the Joseon Dynasty.

    It is also called Jongmyo Daeje because it was a large and important ritual held in Jongmyo during the Joseon Dynasty

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