Mudongnori

Young children (mostly boys) dressed up as girls or child monks performing acrobatics and various ot

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Imsil Pilbong Nongak

Nongak (farmers’ music) handed down in Pilbong-ri, Gangjin-myeon, Imsil in Jeollabuk-do Province.Ims

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Pulgaksi Nori

A game making and decorating bridal dolls using various types of grass during the summer.This game w

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Sangmo

A kind of a hat with feathers or paper streamers attached to the top which is worn when dancing and

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Songcheon Daljiptaeugi

A custom burning daljip during the night of Jeongwol Daeboreum in Songsan Village of Songcheon-ri, W

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Gamnae Gejuldanggigi

A variation of tug-of-war that has been passed down in Gamcheon-ri (Gamnae) of Bubuk-myeon, Miryang,

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Bungnori

A form of nori (performance, lit. play) in which the buk (barrel drum) players hang their drums on t

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Sogonori

Drumming and dancing performance of the sogo (small hand-held drum) player(s).The name sogo (Kor. 소고

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Yeonggi

Of the flags organized for nongak (farmers’ music), the command flag (yeonggi) is deployed at the fr

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Nongakgi

Instruments used to perform nongak (farmers’ music).Instruments used for nongak include wind instrum

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Hwagatu

A game competing the number of memorized traditional three-verse Korean poems, written in cards spre

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Gongjuk

A game throwing and catching a gongjuk by holding two sticks connected by a thread.Despite the exact

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Nongsapuri

A series of farming procedures mimicked, or acted out, by a group of performers to the accompaniment

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Seoljanggunori

Performance by one or several musicians playing the hourglass-shaped drum (janggu) while dancing.Seo

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Hwatu

A game using cards with flower paintings on them, symbolizing the 12 months of the year.Often called

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Dukkeobijip Jitgi Nori

A game making cave-shaped houses by placing and patting wet dirt or sand over the back of one hand,

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