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K-Pop & Trot (17)

  • 2018.12.26
    Release Date
    It is a jazz-based R&B pop genre song with an impressive rhythmic base line, featuring the mature vocals of the members combined with groovy jazz rhythms, and the lyrics show TVXQ's unique sophisticated musical sensibility as it seeks "one true love" again after overcoming the pain of parting.

    He once again collaborated with world-renowned producer Thomas Troelsen, who participated in composing TVXQ's hit song "MIROTIC."
  • 2021.1.31
    Broadcasting day
    The jazz organ and lead synth sound reminiscent of soul/gaspell in the 80s are impressive medium tempo R&B songs, and they play SHINee's more mature sweet vocals as they propose to their long-time lovers.
  • 1987.2.11
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    ☆ Shim Soo-bong participated to 1978 MBC College Song Festival as a student at Myongji University, competed with prominent participants such as Bae Cheol-su, Noh Sa-yeon, and Im Baek-cheon with <The one the time> by her own composition and lyrics.

    Although Shim did not win a prize at the festival, she gained attention from the public for her unusual career in the first trot genre at the college singing festival, and she first stepped into the music scene with trot, not with the jazz music she studied.

K-Traditional Music (3)

  • 2014.12.5
    performance day
    On December 5, 2014, the "2014 Arirang Festival of Korea" was held at the National Gugak Center in Seoul.

    Ahn Sook-sun, a great singer, and jazz vocalist Ungsan sang the traditional Arirang of Jindo and Sangju together.
  • 2021.3.2
    Recommended music
    ☆The theme of 'Blue Sea' is 'Sea.'

    It aims to express experiences (stories), sensations (shape), and emotions (image) that can be learned by the sixth sense in the sea through sound and music.

    It is a work that depicts the sublime that the sounds of individual singers become waves and the waves gather together to form the sea.

    While expressing "Face of the Sea" with folk songs and gugak instruments, it attempted to combine with jazz piano for richer musical expression.
  • 2021.7.26
    Recommended music
    The traditional melody of Hamyang Yangjamga, a traditional song sung while picking mulberry leaves in Hamyang, Gyeongsangnam-do, was added with jazz piano, which was a song that was reinterpreted to be more modern and accessible, combining the outstanding performance and charming sounds of the Korean traditional music.

    'Byuri Gugak Band' is a team of young musicians from North Jeolla Province who are full of passion for the preservation, succession and development of our traditional culture, and is a band that plays fusion music that combines pure traditional Korean music such as Sanjo, Jeongak, Pansori, and folk songs for the popularization of Korean music.

    'Hamyang Jamming' is the winner of the 7th 21C Korean Music Project' in 2013.

K-Cultural Heritage (1)

  • 1989.12.29
    designated date
    Jangseungje is a folk belief that has been handed down since the Baekje Dynasty. On the fifteenth day of the first lunar month, Jangseungje is a production ritual to pray for the well-being and prosperity of the village by combining male and female Jangseung.

    Jangseungje, which was started as a result of the fact that the terrain of Tancheon was facing Seongribong Peak and the sound chamber, was established as a folk game and folk game for 400 years.

    The Tancheon jangseungje started with Nongak on the 7th day of the first lunar month, and the villagers are prohibited from cheating until the 15th of this year. The valley of the village is divided into grooms in the east and brides in the west. On the fifteenth of lunar January, the village begins with a gisebae in the middle of the village.

    While playing around the farming tools, when the bride makes four bows in front of the priest and the bride makes two bows, they tie silk in the groom's village. When it gets dark, the wedding ceremony of Jangseung is held at Donggu Bridge in time for Nongak, and the bride and groom are tied together with colorful bejazzi and separated.

    When the Hapgung ritual is over and the residents go back to their villages, they shoot three rounds of blisters in the sense of chasing diseases and bad luck, and in the eastern village, they run ssireum and in the western village, they pick a general, and gather again to play all night long.

    The Tancheon Jangseung Festival in Gongju expresses the Hapgung Palace of Jangseung and strengthens the solidarity of the village, which is characterized by a combination of religious consciousness and folk games. Park Young-hyuk from Tancheon is currently being passed down.

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