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A Study of 'Honam-Udo Japsaeknorum'

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2004, (53), pp.233-261
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

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1전북대학교

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study is to reveal the characteristics of ‘Pungmul-gut’ in view of cultural study and the strata of its meanings and values through ‘Japsaeknorum’. Also, it deals with ‘Japsaek’ that varies crosssing the structural and ontological levels of performance. Participants who relate conventionally one another within performance are changed by Japsaek. It is concluded that Japsaek is actors who lead variations and creation of ‘Pungmul-gut’ performance which can be regarded as the most open performance form. ‘Japsaeknorum’ is generally understood as collective store craved Japsaek’s body and consciousness or unconsciousness. This research analyzed instances of Koch’ang and Kimje and Puan and Iksan and Yonggwang in such viewpoint. That is, it examined cultural phenomenon or event that is produced by Japsaeks who participate in the performance as arrangement of desire. ‘Dodukjaebi-gut’ as cultural event made by Japsaeks operates on their body, to cross the level of consciousness or unconsciousness. It is also a social mechanism producing desires. It is embodied through cutting and hauling realistic and material flow of desires, involved with physical unconsciousness. Whenever ‘Japsaeknorum or Dodukjaebi-gut’ is performed, it adds a new memory to stores of body and consciousness or unconsciousness again by accumulating group actions that regulate and operate flow of desires as performance condition. Therefore, as a social and cultural phenomenon, ‘Japsaek or Japsaeknorum’ is a field of practice that produces ideological, political, and social effects.

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