Korean dance
Dance in Korea began with shamanistic early rituals five thousand years ago and now ranges from folk dance to newly created and adapted contemporary dance.
Korean traditional dance originated in a...
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Barachum
Barachum is a representative of the Korean Buddhist ritual dance, (jakbeop), and is performed by Buddhist monks with bara (hangul:바라). The term bara describes a cymbal-like Korean instrument made with...
Buchaechum
Buchaechum is a traditional form of Korean dance also called a fan dance, usually performed by groups of female dancers.
Many Koreans use this dance during many celebrations. Dancers use large fan...
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Byung shin chum
Byung shin chum (Korean: 병신춤, lit. the dance of the handicapped) is a Korean folk dance that was performed by the lower class peasants to satirize the Korean nobility (Yangban) by depicting them a...
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Cheoyongmu
Cheoyongmu is a representative Korean mask dance based on the legend of Cheoyeong (처용, 處容), a son of the Dragon King of the Eastern Sea. It is also the oldest surviving Korean court dance created duri...
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Eunyul talchum
The Eunyul talchum is a type of talchum, Korean traditional mask drama which has been handed down in Eunyul, Hwanghae Province, present North Korea. It is also one of sandaenori is a mask dance that d...
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Gainjeonmokdan
Gainjeonmokdan ([ka.in dʑʌmoktan]) is a Korean court dance (called jeongjae 정재 in Korean), and literally means "beautiful people plucking peonies". This jeongjae was initiated and arranged by Hyomyeon...
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Ganggangsullae
Ganggangsullae (Hangul: 강강술래) is a 5,000-year-old Korean dance that was first used to bring about a bountiful harvest and has developed into a cultural symbol for Korea. It incorporates singing, danci...
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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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Mugo
Mugo is a jeongjae, Korean court dance performed with drum. It was created in the Goryeo dynasty era. It also practiced in ritual dance of Seungjeonmu. Its name comprises the two words, mu (무, 舞) and ...
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Nabichum
Nabichum (literally 'butterfly dance') is a Korean Buddhist dance (Jakbeop) for ritual service. The dance is named after its choreography and costume which resemble the appearance of butterfly (nabi i...
Seungjeonmu
Seungjeonmu is a Korean court dance to wish for and celebrate victory. It is originated 2000 years ago and is composed of a sword dance and drum dance called mugo. Seungjeonmu or Dance of Military Tri...
Seungmu
Seungmu is a Korean dance performed by Buddhist monks. It is one of the most famous Korean traditional dances and designated as South Korea's important intangible cultural asset number 27 in 1969. It ...
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Songpa sandaenori
Songpa Sandae Noli is a type of sandae noli, Korean traditional mask play which has been handed down in the neighborhoods of Songpa-dong and Garak-dong in modern-day Seoul, South Korea. Sandae Noli is...
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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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Talchum
Talchum could be characterized as a Korean dance performed while wearing a mask, miming, speaking and even sometimes singing. Although most Koreans believe that talchum refers to all mask dance dramas...
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Korean hip hop
Korean hip hop is music associated with South Korea's hip-hop culture, and often that of the Korean diaspora (locally commonly known plainly as hiphop and internationally as Korean hip-hop, K-hiphop...
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Yi Guji
Guju, Princess of Joseon (Hangul: 현주 이구지, Hanja: 縣主 李仇之, died March 7, 1489) was a dancer, writer, artist, and poet during the Korean Joseon Dynasty. She was a royalty of Joseon, she was the eighth da...
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...
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