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Jinju Intangible Cultural Asset Saturday Performance (진주 무형문화재 토요상설공연)
  • • 평점
  • • address
  • 626, Namgang-ro, Jinju-si, Gyeongsangnam-do
  • • tel
  • • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
    (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
    • For more info: +82-749-5312
    Performance Groups of Jinju Sword Dance, Jinju Samcheonpo Nongak, Jinju Dance with Balls, Gayageum for Sanjo Music in Sin Gwanyong Style, and Jinju Ogwangdae
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Summary
  • “Jinju Intangible Cultural Asset Saturday Performance” is a regular performance aimed at passing down and preserving Jinju’s intangible cultural assets. It gives the opportunity to enjoy Jinju’s symbolic tradition and cultural arts, such as Samcheonpo Nongak, Jinju Sword Dance, and Jinju Dance with Balls. Various experience programs as well as such shows are prepared to draw the attention of the public to Jinju’s intangible cultural assets and promote them. Also, the exchange of intangible cultural assets with other regions have been planned to offer more spectacular performances. “Jinju Intangible Cultural Asset Saturday Performance” will be recognized as Jinju’s representative culture and tourism program through the efforts of introducing superiority and attraction of Jinju’s intangible cultural assets to domestic and foreign tourists.
Detail
  • • age limit
  • Open to visitors of all ages
  • • event end date
  • 20191109
  • • event place
  • Chokseongnu Pavilion in Jinjuseong Castle and outdoor theater
  • • event start date
  • 20190406
  • • place info
  • [Bus]
    From Jinju Express Bus Terminal, cross the street to Express Bus Terminal Bus Stop.
    Take Bus No. 250, 530, or 531 and get off at Nonghyup Central Branch.
  • • playtime
  • Saturdays from April 06 - November 09, 2019 / 14:00-15:00
  • • program
  • 1. Jinju Sword Dance (Important Intangible Asset No. 12)
    - This dance is the most preserved one among the existing intangible assets. Another name of the dance is “Jinju Sword Dance of 8 Dancers” because the dance is performed by eight dancers. It boasts about the longest history among court dances and features unique melody and various dancing steps. Using a sword of which the part above the handle does not bend is worth of noting.
    2. Jinju Samcheonpo Nongak (Important Intangible Asset No. 11-1)
    - Jinju Samcheonpo Nongak, one of nongak designated a UNESCO World Heritage, has been passed down in Jinju and Samcheonpo. In particular, Chaesangmo game in pangut, the entertainment-oriented performance, is a spectacular show. Paljinhaesikjingut, a military game, also looks interesting. The performance features fast and powerful melody and exciting acrobatic movements. As a successor of pangut, the ritual performance hold a high artistic value and each performer shows excellent skills in Paljinbeop, Beokku Nori,and Sangsoe Nori (play of the leader in the music band).
    3. Jinju Dance with Balls (Gyeongsangnam-do Intangible Cultural Asset No. 12)
    - The dance which originated in the court was performed in the entertainment office called gyobang in Jinju. The performance was court dance at first, but the clothes, instruments, and process for the performance are now quite different from those of a court dance. Dancers wear simpler clothes and paint their faces to make their eyes look bigger. Music is more exciting and similar to folk songs.
    4. Gayageum for Sanjo Music in Sin Gwanyong Style (Gyeongsangnam-do Intangible Cultural Asset No. 25)
    - Performers sing a part of a folk song and pansori to the tune of gayageum for Sanjo and Byeongchang music. This performance has differentiated characteristics from other Sanjo music. Its value as a cultural property has increased thanks to human cultural asset Kang Soon-young’s efforts to preserve the original form of the performance. 5. Jinju Ogwangdae (Gyeongsangnam-do Intangible Cultural Asset No. 27)
    - The performance is divided into five sections: Obangsinjang Play, Leper Play, Yangban and Malttugi Play, Monk Play, and Grandmother Play. It is a satirical play which criticizes the corrupt social system of the late Joseon. It is worth noting that Jinju Ogwangdae features characters with more various social statuses than other ogwangdae performances and that the grandmother who died in the act five rise from the dead.
  • • spend time
  • Approx. 90 min.
  • • sponsor
  • Performance Groups of Jinju Sword Dance, Jinju Samcheonpo Nongak, Jinju Dance with Balls, Gayageum for Sanjo Music in Sin Gwanyong Style, and Jinju Ogwangdae
  • • sponsor tel
  • • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
    (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
    • For more info: +82-749-5312
  • • supervisor
  • Jinju-si
  • • supervisor tel
  • +82-749-5312
  • • additional events
  • Experience Activities - The activities are provided after performances such as Jinju Sword Dance, Jinju Samcheonpo Nongak, Jinju Dance with Balls, Gayageum for Sanjo Music in Sin Gwanyong Style, and Jinju Ogwangdae - Introduction about traditional clothes, mask, instrument for shamanic ritual, and musical instruments and experience activities
  • • charge
  • Free
Info
  • Introduction
  • “Jinju Intangible Cultural Asset Saturday Performance” is a regular performance aimed at passing down and preserving Jinju’s intangible cultural assets. It gives the opportunity to enjoy Jinju’s symbolic tradition and cultural arts, such as Samcheonpo Nongak, Jinju Sword Dance, and Jinju Dance with Balls. Various experience programs as well as such shows are prepared to draw the attention of the public to Jinju’s intangible cultural assets and promote them. Also, the exchange of intangible cultural assets with other regions have been planned to offer more spectacular performances. “Jinju Intangible Cultural Asset Saturday Performance” will be recognized as Jinju’s representative culture and tourism program through the efforts of introducing superiority and attraction of Jinju’s intangible cultural assets to domestic and foreign tourists.
  • Programs
  • Instruments used for shamanic ritual, traditional clothes, and dancing step catch the eyes of the audience during various performances designated as Jinju Intangible Cultural Assets. Jinju Sword Dance, Jinju Samcheonpo Nongak, Jinju Dance with Balls, Gayageum for Sanjo Music in Sin Gwanyong Style, and Jinju Ogwangdae are representative performances, and they are held in groups of two or three. Performance bearers or masters give an explanation about the performances to the audience to make the event more enjoyable. In addition, the audience can experience activities such as wearing traditional clothes and masks or playing a musical instrument after the performances. This event will contribute to the inheritance of Jinju’s intangible cultural assets and introduce artistic values of Korean traditional dance and musical performances.
  • Synopsis
  • “Jinju Intangible Cultural Asset Saturday Performance” introduces Jinju’s representative intangible cultural assets passed down through generations through various performances. As for Jinju Sword Dance, its original form has been preserved well. Choi Sun-yi, a performer under the regime of Emperor Gojong, contributed to the inheritance of the performance. Its dancing steps are elegant, dignified, and cheerful. Samcheonpo Nongak is a combination of acrobatics and pungmul nori. Fast melody and amazing acrobatic movements are remarkable characteristics of the performance. Samcheonpo Nongak composed of 12-cha (beats) performance is also called “12-cha Nongak.” Jinju Dance with Balls which originated in the court has been passed down in Jinju, and it embodies Jinju traditional play dance. It is remarkable that dancers wear simple clothes without a flower crown and jukganja, not mongduri (clothes for dancers), paint their faces to make their eyes look bigger, and its music is more exciting and similar to folk songs. Gayageum for Sanjo Music in Sin Gwanyong Style is composed of 6 rhythms, such as jinyangjo and eotmori, and the audience can enjoy gayageum performance and pansori. Its rhythms and musical composition have unique characteristics compared to other sanjo music. Finally, Jinju Ogwangdae which ceased after the 1930s was restored in 1997, and the script and mask used for restoration have been preserved. Jinju Ogwangdae features characters with more various social statuses than other ogwangdae performances.
  • Cast
  • 100 holders of intangible cultural assets
  • How to Particpate
  • Notice on the website of Jinju City Hall and distribution of leaflets
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