SEOUL, Sep. 23 (Korea Bizwire) — The Korea Cultural Heritage Foundation puts on performances by important intangible cultural properties during the Royal Culture Festival from September 24 to 28 at the Gyeongbokgung Palace.
During the five-day festival, five performers designated as intangible cultural properties give performances. Park Jeong-im and Cho Young-suk, intangible cultural properties number 79, will play Baltal, foot mask play, on the first day and the fifth day, respectively. Intangible cultural property number 40 Lee Hong-gu is going to perform Hakyeonhwa Daehapsulmu, Korean traditional dance with masks of crane and lotus on the second.
Lee Saeng-kang, intangible cultural property number 45, plays the Korean traditional instrument Daegum on the third day, while on the fourth day intangible cultural property number 58 Kim Dae-gyun walks a tightrope which is a traditional performance in Korea.
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