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Saturday Traditional Folk Play (토요상설 전통민속놀이마당)
  • • 평점
  • • address
  • 37-55, Yongdusan-gil, Jung-gu, Busan
  • • tel
  • • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
    (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
    • For more info: +82-51-745-7274
    Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism and Busan Metropolitan City
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Summary
  • “Saturday Traditional Folk Play” is a regular performance of important intangible cultural assets designated by the Korean government and Busan local government. The purpose of the performance is to introduce traditional folk plays designated as Busan’s intangible cultural assets to domestic and foreign tourists and promote the artistic superiority of Korean culture. The audience can understand tradition and culture specific to Busan by experiencing various folk plays handed down from generation to generation. In addition, the performance expands the opportunity for not only Busan citizens but also visitors to enjoy traditional cultures, paving the path for culture education to reduce cultural gap between generations. By integrating performances with tourist attractions, Busan will make a step forward as a famous region loved by domestic and international tourists.
Detail
  • • age limit
  • Visitors of all ages
  • • event end date
  • 20191026
  • • event place
  • Outdoor stage and square in Yongdusan Park
  • • event start date
  • 20190406
  • • playtime
  • Saturdays, April-October 2018 (Except July & August) / 14:00
    * Schedules are subject to change. Please make an inquiry before visiting.
  • • program
  • 1. Suyeong Yaryu (Korean Intangible Cultural Asset No.43)
    - Suyeong Yaryu show, a satire on corrupt aristocrats, takes place in the evening on the day of the first full moon of the lunar year.
    2. Kang Taehong’s Gayageum Sanjo(Busan’s Intangible Cultural Asset No.8)
    Gayageum solo in the style of the school of Kang Taehong is performed. The musical techniques are various and melodies are attractive.
    3. Celebration of Buddha’s Sermon on Vulture Peak Mountain (Busan’s Intangible Cultural Asset No.9) -As part of a Buddhist religious ceremony, it features bara dance and butterfly dance.
    4. Song of Fishing with a Net in Dadaepo (Busan’s Intangible Cultural Asset No.7)
    -The song composed of 7 parts is sung by fishermen to labor energetically.
    5. Nongcheong Nori in Suyeong, Eobang Nori in Jwasuyeong (Korean Intangible Culture Asset No.62 / Busan’s Intangible Cultural Asset No.2)
    - Suyeong region’s representative folk play Nongcheong Nori shows a farming process, and Eobang Nori in Jwasuyeong, the traditional fishing performance reinterpreted from a modern viewpoint, takes palce along Gwangalli beach
    6. Dongnae Treading the Earth God, Dongnae Crane Dance (Busan’s Intangible Cultural Asset No.4 / Busan’s Intangible Cultural Asset No.3)
    - Dongnae Treading the Earth God is a event to pray for good fortune by finding the guardian deity of each household. It takes place with Dongnae Crane Dance with the characteristics of Deotbaegi Dance.
    7. Dongnae Yaryu (Korean Intangible Culture Asset No.18)
    - This mask playing is of Gunmu (group dance) Gwajang, Mundungi (leper) Gwajang, Yangban (nobleman) Gwajang, Yeongno (imaginary animal) Gwajang, and Halmi and Yeonggam (grandmother and grandfather) Gwajang.
  • • spend time
  • Approx. 90 minutes
  • • sponsor
  • Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism and Busan Metropolitan City
  • • sponsor tel
  • • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
    (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
    • For more info: +82-51-745-7274
  • • supervisor
  • Busan Cultural Foundation
  • • supervisor tel
  • +82-51-745-7274
  • • additional events
  • Folk play experience activities
    -Traditional folk games and experiences such as yutnori, millstone grinding, jegi kicking, tuho (arrow throwing), etc.
  • • charge
  • Free
Info
  • Introduction
  • “Saturday Traditional Folk Play” is a regular performance of important intangible cultural assets designated by the Korean government and Busan local government. The purpose of the performance is to introduce traditional folk plays designated as Busan’s intangible cultural assets to domestic and foreign tourists and promote the artistic superiority of Korean culture. The audience can understand tradition and culture specific to Busan by experiencing various folk plays handed down from generation to generation. In addition, the performance expands the opportunity for not only Busan citizens but also visitors to enjoy traditional cultures, paving the path for culture education to reduce cultural gap between generations. By integrating performances with tourist attractions, Busan will make a step forward as a famous region loved by domestic and international tourists.
  • Programs
  • “Saturday Traditional Folk Play” is performed on every Saturday from April to October, except July and August. Tourists can have a vivid experience of Busan’s history, tradition, and culture. Folk plays with a long history, such as mask dramas, dances, and songs, are performed showing the superiority and value of Busan’s intangible cultural assets. Various performances from folk plays preserved in its original form to performances reconstructed in modern style deliver educational and fun messages to the audience. After the performance, audience can enjoy folk plays through experience activities.
  • Synopsis
  • Many performances and folk plays are held all year round to introduce Busan’s traditional culture with a long history: Suyeong Yaryu and Dongnae Yaryu are traditional performances for wishing prosperity and blessing of the entire village; Nongcheong Nori in Suyeong and Eobang Nori in Jwasuyeong took place during farming and fishing, respectively; and Kang Taehong’s Gayageum Sanjo is a traditional music with attractive sanjo melodies. Busan provides visitors with various spectacles and entertainments by holding festivals composed of folk plays and traditional performances. In particular, participation of cultural asset preservation groups which have inherited Busan’s intangible cultural assets raise cultural values of each performance. “Saturday Traditional Folk Play” introduces the life of ordinary Busan people in the past, such as those engaged in the city's agriculture, fishing, religion, arts, and culture.
  • Cast
  • Members of Busan Intangible Cultural Assets Preservation Association and traditional cultural artists
  • How to Particpate
  • Notice on official website and distribution of leaflets
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