Educational programs

Educational programs
Educational programs
  Event Date Programs
Annual Cylic Rite Lunar New Year's Day January 1 of the Lunar calenda
(during the holiday season)
Korean dress wearing, giving away "good fortune scoops", folk games
Coming of Spring February 4 welcoming the coming-of-spring letter writing, posting, folk games (running a wheel, throwing arrows)
January Full Moon Festival January 15 of the Lunar calendar kite making to prevent evil spirits, nuts cracking, folk games (ring throwing, seesawing)
Dan-o Festival May 5 of the Lunar calenda washing the hair with chang-po grass, giving away Dan-o fans, Korean cake making, Korean swing
(Full Moon Festival)
August 15 of Lunar calendar
(during the Choo-suk holiday)
Korean dress wearing, song-pyun (pine tree flavor cake) making, worship of ancestors, folk games (seesawing, throwing arrows)
North Korean culture experience Coming of Winter December 22 giving away calendars, black bean porridge making, amulet making
Overnight stay Throughout the year he five houses of the types from the five northern provinces, overnight stay Preference given to family visitors
North Korean culture experience North Korean folk art experienc Throughout the year Buk-chong lion game, lion mask making, Samulnori game (wearing the sang-mo hat and playing the musical instruments)
Pottery making Once every quarter earthenware and pottery making (cylinder spinning, baking the pottery)
Quarterly events Daily performance 11:00 am and 2:00 pm on weekdays 11:00 am and 1:00 pm on the weekend exorcism ritual or Samulnori parade
Poongmool Group Performance Regular performance two performances (once every 6 months) big drum, various drums, Samulnori parade, exorcism ritual, farmer's music, East coast god exorcism ritual
Cultural cooperation   joint performance at cultural events and festivals throughout the country
Traditional music experience   Traditional music playing can be experienced in the museum and folk village. (Samulnori parade, Korean flute, mask dance)