Important Intangible Cultural Properties of Korea
The Important Intangible Cultural Properties (Jungyo Muhyeong Munhwajae, Hangul: 중요무형문화재) are aspects of intangible culture that the government of South Korea has officially designated for preserv...
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Korean royal court cuisine - Suraon
I went to Sura-on restaurant for Royal Court Cuisine. My meal had 14 courses and the place also had music and traditional dance performances. It was a great ...
Korean royal court cuisine - Korean Royal Cuisine Extravaganza!! ???? ???? ???? ??
Today I prepared a royal feast ofr some friends from the Korean community, featuring some of the most representative dishes from Joseon Royal Cuisine. Howeve...
Korean royal court cuisine - Live Octopus Dish (Sannakji) - South Korea
Eating live octopus (sannakji) in Anyang, South Korea. Enjoying Korean royal court cuisine at Hansongjun Restaurant. Dare to eat this squirming dish? (No aud...
Korean royal court cuisine - Korean Royal Court Cuisine by Han Bok nyeo
Hello? My name is Han Bok-nyeo. I research and cook Korean royal court cuisine. I'll be so excited if you come out here to join me in this great gala! You'll...
Geomungo
The National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts 국립국악원 Geomungo 거문고 sanjo 산조 demonstration at foreigner's traditional music class completion concer...
Cheoyongmu - Video
UNESCO: Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity - 2009 URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/RL/00189 Description: Cheoyongmu is...
Pansori
Pansori (Korean: 판소리, also spelled p'ansori) is a Korean genre of musical storytelling performed by a vocalist and a drummer. The music is usually performed by one sorikkun (Korean: 소리꾼, a sin...
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Taekkyeon
Taekkyeon is a traditional Korean martial art first explicitly recorded in the Joseon Dynasty. Taekkyeon is characterized by fluid, dynamic footwork and utilizes a wide variety of kicks, fist and elbo...
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Hwahyejang
Hwahyejang (Hangul: 화혜장) are craftsmen who construct traditional Korean footwear. The shoes are classified into hwa (shoes that go over the ankle) and hye (shoes that do not cover the ankle), hen...
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Baecheop
Baecheop (Hangul: 배첩) is the Korean art of preserving scrolls of brushed calligraphy or paintings by applying a silk or paper mounting. Craftsmen who specialise in this process are known as baeche...
Geommu
Geommu (also transliterated Gummu, Kommu) is a traditional sword dance practiced in Korea. Geommu is performed with special costume, dance motions, and music. The dance is known for its grace in perfo...
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Yangju byeolsandae nori
Yangju byeolsandae nori is Korea's traditional mask drama which is the second most Important Intangible Cultural Properties of Korea after Jongmyo jerye. It is performed primarily in April (chopail), ...
Miryang Baekjung Festival
The Miryang baekjung nori (Hangul: 밀양백중놀이; hanja: 密陽百中놀) is a festival held in the Korean city of Miryang to celebrate the holiday of Baekjung. Whilst Baekjung is a national celebration, t...
Miryang Baekjung Festival - Wikipedia
Korean beer
Beer was first introduced to Korea in the early 20th century. Seoul's first beer brewery opened in 1908. Two current major breweries date back to the 1920s. The third brewery established in Korea, Jin...
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Yeomsaek
Yeomsaek is a traditional Korean process for dyeing cloth.Yeomsaek primarily uses natural colourings such as tea, saffron and gardenia. The most important of these from a cultural perspective is indig...
Kim Sook-ja
Kim suk-ja(Hangul: 김숙자 (金淑子); December 20, 1926 -December 23, 1991 ) was an Ingan-munhwage of Salpulyi, which is the 97th Important Intangible Cultural Properties of Korea. As a Korean classical m...
Jultagi
Jultagi or eoreum is traditional Korean performance of tightrope-walking. It is included into South Korea's Important Intangible Cultural Properties number 58.
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Daegeum
The daegeum (also spelled taegum, daegum or taegŭm) is a large bamboo transverse flute used in traditional Korean music. It has a buzzing membrane that gives it a special timbre. It is used in court...
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Sandae noli
Sandae noli is a regional variant of Korean mask dance drama. According to some scholars, sandae noli may be the root form of many other Korean mask dance dramas today, as it was created and managed b...
Sandae noli - Wikipedia
Juldarigi
Juldarigi (Hangul: 줄다리기, also chuldarigi) is a traditional Korean sport similar to tug of war. It has a ritual and divinatory significance to many agricultural communities in the country, and is p...
Juldarigi - Wikipedia
Jatjuk
Jatjuk or jaht jook is a variety of juk (죽), or Korean porridge, made by boiling finely ground pine nuts and rice flour or soaked rice in water. It is seasoned with salt and garnished with pine nuts a...
Icariine Liquor
Icariine Liquor is an alcoholic drink that contains icariin from plants of the genus Epimedium. The liquor is available in Korea as a bottled 30% alcohol beverage product, on the North Korean governm...
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Namsadang
The namsadang ([namsʰadaŋ]) is a Korean itinerant troupe which consists of male performers who present various performing arts such as acrobatics, singing, dancing and playing like a circus. It is sai...
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Wolgwachae
Wolgwachae is a variety of japchae, or mixed vegetable dish, that was part of the Korean royal court cuisine. It is made with zucchini, beef, pyogo (shiitake), chapssal bukkumi (찹쌀부꾸미, a pan-fried var...
Wolgwachae - Wikipedia
Geomungo
The geomungo (also spelled komungo or kŏmun'go) or hyeongeum (literally "black zither", also spelled hyongum or hyŏn'gŭm) is a traditional Korean stringed musical instrument of the zither family of in...
Geomungo - Wikipedia
Sinseollo
Sinseollo or yeolguja tang is an elaborate dish consisting of meatballs, small and round jeonyueo (전유어), mushrooms, and vegetables cooked in a rich broth in Korean royal court cuisine. The dish is a f...
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Taepyeongmu
Taepyeongmu (태평무; literally "great peace dance") is a Korean dance with the function of wishing a great peace for the country. Its exact origin is unknown, but Hahn Seongjun (hangul: 한성준; hanja: 韓成俊; ...
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