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A survey on the reenactment of 「Choondaeokchok」

  • The Korean Journal of Dance Studies
  • Abbr : KRSDS
  • 2001, 8(8), pp.33-58
  • Publisher : The Korean Society for Dance Studies
  • Research Area : Arts and Kinesiology > Dance

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ABSTRACT

A survey on the reenactment of 「Choondaeokchok」Myoung-sook Kim, D.S.Professor of Dance, Ewha Womans UniversityThis study is a research to find out the reenactment process of 「Choondaeokchok」 made in Soonjo Dynasty of Chosun, based on 『Jungjaemoodoholgi』 and 『Jinjakegwe』. 「Choondaeokchok」 is a beautuful court dance created by Hyomyungseja, which is danced on yoondae with bodeung. Lasting for 500 years, the court dance, which was in danger of disappearing, began to be transmitted when The National Center For Korean Traditional Performing Arts in 1951. After that, a full-scale reenactment work was performed by Kim Chon-heung and Lee Heung-goo in The National Center For Korean Traditional Performing Arts, and finally almost all the court dance composed of about 50 kinds was reenacted.But holgi was not found and only the name of it has been transmitted and then holgi was finally found at Jangseogak in the The Academy of Korean Studies and in 1997 the reenactment of 「Choondaeokchok」 was possible.This study is to observe the historical backgroud of Soonjo Dunasty and to make clear the reenactment process of yoondae, bodeung, jibdang, clothes, dance formation process, etc, based on 『Jungjaemoodoholgi』 and 『Jinjakegwe』 and grounded on jungjaedo, jungjaeakjang, gongryung and akgido, etc.「Choondaeokchok」 reenacted in 1997 is valued as a beautuful court dance faithful to the original version and added beauty of art. In the procss of reenactment, changsa, yoondae, bodeung, clothes are perfect because of enough data, but in dance formation process, because of insufficient data, something such as dance figure and formation is more or less changed and added.Finally beyond the quantitative development of reenactment of about 50 kinds of court dances by The National Center For Korean Traditional Performing Arts. I hope the more qualitative court dance study will done for the future.

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