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Overseas Performance

The Korea Cultural Heritage Foundation introduces foreign countries of historical development processes of Korean culture, and various and abundant intangible cultural heritage. Through overseas performances of living treasure in various performing art and crafts field, the Korean traditional culture has been extended worldwide, and Korean reputation as having a strong and powerful culture as well as Korea.The CHF will continuously promote the excellence of Korean traditional art through performances, in which intangible cultural heritages are introduced worldwide.

Overseas performance events

  • Name: Arirang (A Special Performance from Korea)
  • Date: 2011 October 25th
  • Venue: Sydney Town Hall, 483 George Street
  • Organizer: Korea Cultural Heritage Foundation
  • Hosts : 

    Cultural Heritage Administration of Korea
    The Consulate General of the Republic of Korea
    Korean Cultural Office, Sydney

  • Event
    • This events aimed to commemorate anniversary of 50 Years of Diplomatic Relations between Australia and Korea.
    • 7 featuring maestros(or groups) designated as Intangible Cultural Heritages registered by UNESCO have performed.
      Through this event, It is to increase people’s awareness of the importance of the intangible cultural heritage, which is the origin of
      cultural diversity; and to promote national and international cooperation and assistance for the protection of the intangible cultural
      heritage.

Overseas performance events

  • Name of Performance: BelgianㆍLuxembourgian Intangible Cultural Property Performance in 2008
  • Host: Cultural Heritage Administration of Korea
  • Sponsor: The Foundation for the Preservation of Cultural Properties, Korea
  • Period: 10.13(Monday) - 10.21.2008 (Tuesday) /Staged three times over 9 days
  • Place: The Grand Hall of Luxembourg National Music School, and Holta Hall of Beau-Arts in Brussels, Belgium/M Theatre
    Participants: 47 persons in total
    • Performers: 5 persons in Bongsan Talchum (a mask dance), 1 person in Byeongchang
      (singing together in chorus), 2 persons in Gagok (a song), 1 person in Hanryangmu (folk dance), 1 person in Ajaeng Sanjo (musical
      instrument), 3 persons in Jultagi (tight rope walking), 11 persons in Pyeongtaek Nongak (farm music), and The Dance Troupe and
      Accompaniment Band of The Founda tion for the Preservation of Cultural Properties, Korea.
  • Performances : Talchum, Jultagi, Gayageum (musical instrument) Byeongchang, Ajaeng Sanjo, Gagok, Nongak, Taepyeongmu
    (a dance wishing a great peace ofr country), Buchaechum(fan dance), and Hanryangmu Incidental Event
    • Events: Experience of
      Dancheong Buchae (painted fan), Danseo (a short bamboo flute) and Talchum (a mask dance)
    • Number of Participants: 150 persons