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Doorways in Buk-chon, Seoul

북촌문화센터, Seoul, South Korea

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Chajinmori and Hwimori : Byung-Eun Yoo - Global Rhythms Reimagined ...

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Taekwondo drill in Korea we need to do this at our club with our demo team.....#taekwondodrills #taewondokicks

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KHONG WONG The khong wong yai (Thai: ฆ้องวงใหญ่, pronounced [kʰɔ́ːŋ woŋ jàj]) is a circle with gongs used in the music of Thailand. It has 16 tuned bossed gongs in a rattan frame and is played with two beaters.The player sits in the middle of the circle. It is used in the piphat ensemble to provide the skeletal melody the other instruments of the elaborate ensemble. The gongs are individually tuned with beeswax under the gongs. the khong wong yai can either be played with soft beaters or…

Holy F!!! Taekwondo kick. Is this even possible?!!

8. Traditional Music_Samulnori Samulnori is a Korean percussion ensemble that originated from Nongak or farmers’ folk music. Nongak was developed to raise morale or excitement during group work or for traditional holidays. Samulnori uses only four major percussion instruments, including Kkwaenggwari, Jing, Janggu, and Buk. Since its premier in 1978, Samulnori has gained widespread acclaim and popularity both in Korea and around the world.

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[Middle Ages-Unified Silla Southern and Northern Kingdoms Period(Unified Silla)] Seongdeok Daewang Sinjong (Sacred Bell of Great King Seongdeok) Largest and most beautiful bell in Korea