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▶P'ansori◀
▶Pujok◀

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▶P'ansori◀
P'ansori literally means 'songs at a place of entertainment' as "p'an" signifies the place of performance while "sori" means the sound. But what exactly is a P'ansori? Its literal definition of 'songs at a place of entertainment' isn't too clear. P'ansori is usually performed by two people, one person plays the drum while the other chants a song in a folk style. This song, however, is not like the songs that we enjoy today. Instead, the song resembles more of an epic or a narrative, that is quite lengthy at times, sung in a rhythmic fashion much like a folk song. As previously mentioned, one performer plays the drum or puk by using a stick to strike the wooden barrel of the drum with his right hand while pounding the drum head with his left palm. The singer, usually holding a folding fan and a handkerchief, tell a folk tale with a combination of sori(singing), aniri(recitation), and pallim(body experssions).

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