South Korea - South Korea BY: Chien Chiu Hsiung History of...

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South Korea BY: Chien Chiu Hsiung
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History of South Korea During World War II, Korea was invaded by Japan and it became the important battlefield during the war. South Korea officially became a country after WWII as the result of a 1945 agreement reached by the Allies at the Potsdam Conference. The U.N. divided Korea into 38th parallel boundary between
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Traditional Instruments String Wind Percussion Gayageum Haegeum Ajaeng Daegeum Sogeum Piri Janggo Jing Kkwaenggwari
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Types of Music Folk Music The folk music of South Korea is complex and it is most commonly referred to as being melodic tones. Three major types: PANSORI, Court Music v Court music has been traced back to the Joseon Dynasty in 1392. v It is very rare now almost impossible to come by. v AAK is the one that was brought over and incorporated into Korean music in 1112. v DANK-AK only two short pieces are known to exist v HYANG-AKk is the newest Korean music the incorporates an Oboe like instrument called a PARI.
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