Korean Intangible Cultural Properties: . Folk dramas, games, and rites
Korea's cultural heritage, accumulated throughout its long history, is a mirror that reflects the nation's identity and serves to heighten its status in the world today. Here. nine experts on Korean folklore have compiled 37 dramas, games and rituals rooted in folk belief, which served as the vehicle for commoners to express their joys and sorrows through humor and satire. Rapid industrialization has influenced this generation to put aside folk dramas, games, and rites; this series introducing the Intangible Cultural Properties of Korea is designed to aid in the better preservation of Korea's cultural heritage and its transmission to the next generation.
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An Overview of Folk Games and Rites
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15th day 1st lunar month ancestral spirits Baekje bamboo Bongsan Talchum Buddhist Byeolsin-gut celebrating ceremony Chajeon Nori chariot Chilmeori Chwibari coastal areas concubine Confucian Cultural properties Daedong-gut Dano Dasiraegi deceased Dongnae Dragon King Eight Dark-Faced Monks Eunsan evil spirits farmers female entertainer fishermen's rite flute full moon Ganggangsullae Gangneung gong Goryeo Goryeo Dynasty Goseong Ogwangdae Gyeonggi-do Gyeongsang Gyeongsangbuk-do Gyeongsangnam-do haegeum Hahoe Harvest held itinerant Jeju-do Jeollabuk-do Jindo Jindo Island Jongmyo Jongmyo Jerye Joseon Dynasty Juldarigi Jwasuyeong Korea Land of Bliss Lion Dance lunar month Malttugi mask dance dramas Miryang mock mountain deity Noblemen offered Old Monk percussion band percussion music performed played prayer praying region rhythmic cycle ritual service rope sandae mask dance Scene Seokjeon Daeje Seoul shaman rite shamanistic singing Somu song Sonori-gut sorceress Ssitkim-gut straw Taryeong tightrope tightrope walking Tongyeong traditional tug-of-war tutelary deities village warding off evil worship rite Yangban Yangju Yaryu Yeongno Yeongsan Yeongsan-jae