Thursday, April 7, 2011
Traditional Korean Folk Dance Performances
Busan Cultural Foundation will hold the Traditional Folk Performance every Saturday and ‘Uri Garak, Uri Madang’ every Sunday from April 2 through October 23 at 3 p.m. (until 5 p.m.)
For the enjoyment of domestic and foreign tourists and Busan citizens alike, a variety of free traditional folk performances including intangible cultural assets of Nongak, Samulnori, Namsadang-nori, the traditional wedding ceremony, Dongnae Yaryu, Dongnae Crane Dance, and traditional dances are scheduled to be held.
In addition, a number of side events will also be held – including folk plays, grass weaving handicrafts, hoop rolling, neolttwigi (a jumping game enjoyed using a Korean-style seesaw), Jegichagi (a traditional Korean outdoor game), and the singing of folk songs – for the enjoyment of participants.
For more information, please contact the Busan Cultural Foundation at 051)744-7707