Pansori
Pansori (Korean: 판소리, also spelled p'ansori) is a Korean genre of musical storytelling performed by a vocalist and a drummer. The music is usually performed by one sorikkun (Korean: 소리꾼, a sin...
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UNESCO: Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity - 2008 URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/RL/00070 Description: Pansori is a ...
Kim Sook-ja
Kim suk-ja(Hangul: 김숙자 (金淑子); December 20, 1926 -December 23, 1991 ) was an Ingan-munhwage of Salpulyi, which is the 97th Important Intangible Cultural Properties of Korea. As a Korean classical m...
Chuimsae
Chuimsae (hangul: 추임새) is exclamation during Korean traditional music. The audience makes exclamations like Eolsigu! or Jalhanda! (hangul: 얼씨구, 잘한다), which mean Yippee! and Good! in Korean. The word c...
Pak Tongjin (musician)
Pak Tongjin (1916–2003) was a famous South Korean pansori musician.
Heungbuga
Heungbuga is one of the five surviving stories of the Korean pansori storytelling tradition. It is also called Baktaryeong (hangul: 박타령). The other stories are Simcheongga, Chunhyangga, Jeokbyeokga an...
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Jeokbyeokga
Jeokbyeokga is one of the five surviving stories of the Korean pansori storytelling tradition. The other stories are Simcheongga, Heungbuga, Chunhyangga and Sugungga. This story is a retelling of the...
Sugungga
Sugungga is one of the five surviving stories of the Korean pansori storytelling tradition. The other stories are Simcheongga, Heungbuga, Jeokbyeokga, and Chunhyangga.The pansori Sugungga is an adap...
Jaehyoshin
Shin Jae-hyo (1812–1884, hangul: 신재효, hanja: 申在孝) was a theoretician and adapter of pansori in the late Joseon Dynasty. While not a famous singer of pansori, he contributed much to its development. He...
Chunhyang (2000 film)
Chunhyang (Hangul: 춘향뎐; RR: Chunhyangdyeon) is a Korean Pansori film directed by Im Kwon-taek, with a screenplay by Kang Hye-yeon and Kim Myung-gon. Distributed by CJ Entertainment, the f...
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Simcheongga
Simcheongga is one of the five surviving stories of the Korean pansori storytelling tradition. The other stories are Chunhyangga, Heungbuga, Jeokbyeokga, and Sugungga.
The exact date of when Simch...
Pansori gosu
A gosu (literally "drummer") is a drummer in performances of pansori, a form of traditional Korean narrative/theater that is usually performed by just two musicians: a solo singer and a drummer. The g...
Pansori gosu - Wikipedia
Chunhyangga
Chunhyangga is the most famous pansori in Korea, having had considerable popularity in the country for the past century. Chunhyangga is considered to be the best pansori musically, and as a work of li...
Deoneum
Deoneum (hangul: 더늠) is a new, revised section of a pansori song, made by a master pansori singer.Following years of training, master singers sometimes change or add new parts to a pansori song, input...