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K-Pop & Trot (5)

  • 2016.12.31
    broadcast day
    BTS sang 'Let Me Introduce' by Kim Sung-jae (April 18, 1972, to November 20, 1995), who was very popular in 1995, at the MBC Music Festival in 2016.
  • 2020.1.10
    release date
    BTS's 'O!The intro of the RUL8,2?' album is 'O!'It is Suga's solo song made by sampling the instruments of RUL8,2?"

    Based on the "Emo Hip Hop" genre, the song has a grand yet sentimental feel, and has an unexpected charm that turns into a rocking trap genre in the second half of the song.

    The lyrics, "The more you succeed and go up, the darker the shadow of responsibility and burden grows," is released with Suga's sincere rapping, which seems to be talking to his inner self.
  • 1982.2.28
    release date
    ♡ The Busan seagull is still called the Lotte Giants' cheering song along with "Come Back to Busan Port."

    In particular, thanks to the song, the nickname of the Lotte Giants club has also been cemented to be 'Busan seagull'.

    Coincidentally, the city's urban symbol bird has been solidified into a song symbolizing Busan thanks to the seagulls.

K-Traditional Music (1)

  • 2021.2.26
    Recommended music
    ☆Darangsh is a Jeju-do word for the high peak, and it is a song written for those who died namelessly and inspired by the sad history of the April 3 incident in 1948.

    Consisting of the form of 'a-b-a', and Namdo Gyemyeonjo, Seodo Sori style, and Western phrysian mode were used.

    The beat is consistent with 9/8 beats, but it has changed its speed and rhythm, and it is a work of delicate combinations of traditional music and Western elements.

K-Cultural Heritage (2)

  • 2000.4.20
    designated date
    Arrow shooting is a traditional martial art or game in which one uses a bow and arrow to hit the target. Archery has been used as one of the major martial arts since ancient times, and was handed down as elegant sports or play centered around the noble family.

    Pyeonsa nori was a game of archery, with turpyeonsa, osteoporosis, Janganpyeonsa, Sarangpyeonsa, and Hanyangpyeonsa, which were divided into three grades, respectively. Among them, Jangan Pyeon Sanoori is played in one place inside the capital city and in the other with several bouncer areas on the outskirts.

    The place where archery is performed is also known as a place of activity, or a place of business, or a place of activity, and there is a pavilion in the place where there is a pavilion called "span class='xml2' onmouseover='up2 (2458)' onmouseout='dn2()'사Sajeong정/span>." During the early Joseon Dynasty, government offices managed the situation, but after the Japanese Invasion of Korea (1576-1608), King Seonjo (r. 1562) built a "span class='xml2' onmouseover='up2(3747)' onmouseout='dn2()Ounjeong정/span' to the general public. Since then, there have been many incidents in the provinces, which have become popular throughout the country, and at the end of the year, it was called "Seochon Osajeong" due to the five internal circumstances of the capital city.

    Jangan Pyeonsa Nori originated from archery, which was revived in 1994 as a 600th anniversary celebration of Hanyangcheon Stream and was designated as Seoul Intangible Cultural Heritage No. 7 (owner Kim Kyung-won, conservation organization Jangan Pyeonsa Preservation Association) in April 2000. Since October 28, 2017, there has been no holder.

    The archery of Jangan Pyeonsanol will be played by selecting a certain number of players, and the total number of arrows shot by each player in three order (five shots in one order) will be combined to form a competition.

    In addition, Jangan Pyeonsa Nori has Pungak and Gisaeng, which are played by two or three people standing side by side behind the bow-shooter to stimulate the excitement of the bowlers.

    bbb※※ For detailed information on the above cultural assets, please refer to the Seoul Metropolitan Government Department of Historical and Cultural Heritage (202-2133-2616). </bb
  • 1997.9.30
    Specified date
    A monochromatic object without any decoration on the background gives a neat, neat feeling, but plain and boring. As the crust developed, mankind tried to express something on the background of a plain pattern and attach symbolic meaning to it. Thus, patterns were born, and humans painted or carved patterns or drawings on various materials for decorative and symbolic purposes, and added colors.

    It is difficult to paint or color in metal. So, after carving dots, lines, and faces using chisels, the patterns and drawings were expressed by inserting gold and silver threads or plates into the groove. This is an incidental craft 入絲工

    Call it, and the craftsman is called a job place.

    The incident crafts are delicate and beautiful. Gold and silver are added to the metal base, making it colorful and elegant. It requires a subtle persistence and elegant spirit as it is a work of making grooves in metal and putting pictures in it. Three national treasures, including Chiljido (Japanese National Treasure) made by Baekje and presented it to the king of the Japanese Empire, Bronze Sealed Entrance Soldier (National Treasure No. 92), and four treasures, including Bronze Sealed Entrance Scentwan (Treasure No. 778), are currently designated as national treasures. That's why I joined the company.

    They call it 'the purification of metal crafts' and hold them as representative artifacts of Korea.

    Yi Gyeong-ja, the holder of the craft, is a disciple of Yi Hak-eung, who was the last employee of the Joseon Dynasty, and continues the tradition of silver Ipsaeng craftsmanship, which he learned from his teacher. From accessories to wall decorations to outdoor space decorations, the company is expanding its horizons by combining traditional and modern metal crafts, and 200 silver-entry artifacts, which have been restored and reproduced with great care, are currently on display at 12 museums across the country.

K-History (55)

  • 1977.11.11
    Occurrence date
    On November 11, 1977, about 30 tons of gunpowder exploded at Iri Station in Jeollabuk-do.

    The main cause of the accident was the "safety insensitivity" of the truck convoy and the neglect of various regulations and principles.

    The accident destroyed most of the houses and buildings less than 500 meters around Iri Station, killing 59 people and causing 6.1 billion won in property damage.

    The largest explosion in Korea has shocked the entire Korean society, making it one of the top 10 news stories in Korea that year.
  • 1996.11.13
    Demolition date
    On November 13, 1996, the Government-General of Korea building was completely demolished.

    The Japanese Government-General's Office was completed in 1926 and was used as the U.S. Military Government Office and the Central Office after the liberation of Korea.

    It was used as the National Museum of Korea in the 1980s, but was demolished in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the liberation of Korea in 1995.
  • 1980.11.14
    press suppression day
    The consolidation of the press was a measure of the consolidation of the press, which was promoted under the direction of Chun Doo-hwan in November 1980.

    On November 14, 1980, the Korean Association of Newspapers and Broadcasters held an extraordinary general meeting under pressure from the new military, and decided to merge the press, which included the consolidation of newspapers, broadcasting and telecommunications, the establishment of a public system for broadcasting, and the creation of the only large private telecommunications company.

    The resolution included "autonomous reorganization of newspapers, broadcasting and telecommunications," but in fact it was the result of coercion by the Chun Doo-hwan administration, which dragged the publishers and managers subject to the merger to the security company and forced them to stamp a memorandum that they had no objection to the merger.

    According to the memorandum, 64 media outlets across the country, including 28 newspapers, 29 broadcasts and seven communications, were merged into 18 media outlets, including 14 newspapers, three broadcasts and one communication, and 172 types of periodicals were closed.

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