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  • 2021.2.4
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    Dosalpuri dance, in which the dance of Gyeonggi-do Danggutpan is staged, features the beauty of the line drawn with a long towel, restrained dance moves, and colorful foot steps.

    From this performance, audiences can feel the original form of Kim Sook-ja's dosalpuri dance by Yang Gil-soon's dance moves.☆
  • 2021.7.4
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    A dance in the sense of relieving weight as one of the folk dances.

    Drawing countless lines with towels is said to have originated from the struggle to relax the flesh in the first place, and as an art of defense, towel play is said to represent a pool of women.

    Jeong, Jung, and Dong, which are the characteristics of Korean traditional dance movements, are well-represented, and are representative traditional dances with the aesthetic elements of Korean dance, such as style, excitement, Han, and Tae.

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  • 2017.1.6
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    When discussing traditional Korean dance, salpuri dance, Buddhist dance, dance dance, dance, and Taepyeongmu are mentioned as representative examples. These dances are often divided into folk dances or folk dances, and they are distinguished from court dances and ceremonial dances. Although the name ' towel dance' has been arranged earlier, it is called the Salpul dance or mouth dance at the site. The towel dance is a distinctly distinct traditional dance, and the classification, research, and preservation of it are insufficient. Therefore, Shin Kwan-chul's towel dance will play a very important role in the history of dance research.

    The towel dance was so diverse that all sons-in-law of the time, including hand gestures and foot gestures, can see all the dance moves inherent in Korean traditional dance. Another important part of the dance should be the beauty of the giraffes and the appearance of the giraffe with a smile and a wink of sarcasm, and there was no one who could not help but fall in love with them. The towel dance is a dance in which you can see the beauty of a giraffe who shows off her various talents.

    The towel dance is characterized by the use of Gyeonggi Gutgeori and Jajinmori music. The characteristic of the music accompaniment seems to be that Han Sung-joon's main stage was Gyeongseong. However, these days, people use the word "gum" attached to Sinawe in Namdo. This is because Han Sung-joon's dance is the dance of South Korea. The level of expression in which the movement of the foot, ankle movement, knee movement, hip movement, hip breast movement, head movement, hand movement, arm movement, walking movement, spinning movement, and sitting and standing movement are divided into the movement of the head, contains emotional expression that cannot be seen in other dances.

    Source Jeongeup City Hall
  • 2015.1.29
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    ☆Salpuri dance is said to have come to this day as its title was called mouth dance, improvisation dance, and towel dance, which became common.

    According to the literature, Han Seong-jun founded the "Joseon Music and dance Institute" in 1934, and during the first Hansungjun dance Presentation in Bumin-gwan in 1936, he put the Bang-an dance on the theater stage and used the name Salpuri dance for the first time.

    Since then, a full-fledged Salpuri dance has gradually emerged among the public, and its artistic value has been recognized and inherited as a representative dance of the Korean people's emotions.

    On January 29, 2015, Lee Eun-joo was recognized as the holder of the cultural property.

    ※ For detailed information on the above cultural assets, please refer to the Seoul Metropolitan Government Department of Historical and Cultural Heritage (202-2133-2616).
  • 1996.3.29
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    The roots of Jeonbuk dance are mainly based on Kibang dance, and so is Honam Salpuri dance. In particular, Choi Jeong-cheol's Salpuri dance (tentative name: Choi Sun) is a dance that transformed the towel dance learned from his teacher into a stage dance for a long time. His dance is deeply rooted in the emotions of Han, and his high self-control, along with the beauty of making, solving, and freezing, illustrates the characteristics of dance.

    Choi Jeong-cheol started dancing when he was 10 years old in 1945, entered the Kim Mi-hwa dance Research Institute in 1946, held a dance presentation for the first time at the Jeonju Provincial Theater in 1960, opened the best dance institute in 1961, and was designated as the holder of the Dojeong Intangible Cultural Property Honam Salpul dance in 1996.

    Currently, the school is dedicated to training its students for dance transfer through its lectures at various universities and colleges, and it is firmly establishing its position as a renowned dancer, <span class='xml2' onmouseover='up2 (1535)' onmouseout='dn2('dn2(')명명명명명명명span>.

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