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jenny nguyen

on 13 March 2014

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Transcript of Buchaechum


hanbok- traditional Korean Dress

buchae- folding fan


Kim Baek-Bong- creater of Buchaechum
Why is the dance performed?
combination of politics and religion

spiritual purposes

tells stories by movements of the body
What is Buchaechum??

one of the most popular traditional folk dance in Korea
developed in the 18th century
under influence of both Korean shamanic dance and traditional Joseon Dynasty court performances
combination of politics and religion
it became one of the great ambassadorial art forms for Koreans around the world

Traditional Wear
coat with long flowy sleeves-aka hanbok or dangui

fan- usually decorated with cherry blossoms

headdress/ tiara- known as the jokduri
The Korean fan dance choreography is extremely fluid and graceful, representing the movement of birds, waves, and nature. Common formations are meant to resemble sea anemones, waves, and blossoms. Buchaechum requires an extreme amount of synchronization to achieve the desired visual appeal. Buchaechum uses traditional Korean music and instruments to emphasize the natural beauty of the dance.

developed under influence of both Korean shamanic dance and traditional Joseon Dynasty court performance

created by Kim Baek Bong in 1954
Buchaechum dance
By - Jannet Nguyen, Jenny Nguyen, Tuyen Nguyen Sruti Vutukury
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