1. Tae-pyung mu
Korean dance, in its gravity, its fluid elegance, reflects the breadth and depth of 5000 years of history. In its splendor and vitality, this sacred dance passed on from the Chosun era is filled with a light as bright as dawn.


2. Bee-chun mu
This performance piece originates in ritual steps, to which Baekje dance owes its basic structure. The dance is an expression of spiritual benevolence, compassion and humanity.


3. pure resonance
A fresh breeze blows through the leaves of bamboo. Dancers dance to the clear resonance of the moving leaves.

4. Legend of the wind
A legend - it is gone, like the wind, lingering like remnants of a memory.

5. Silk road
A bright shining star ruminates in the deep peaceful night sky. Full of sincerity and admiration towards the morning sun, the star moves towards the Silk Road.

6. Jang-go drum dance
The drum dance was often performed in Korea for celebration purposes during every city¡¯s festival. Dancers dance with the drums slung over their shoulders as they play the rhythms on the drums.

7. Ocean¡¯s breath
At the wake of dawn, after a fierce storm has swept across the ocean, there remains my lonely heart.

8.. Amazing Grace (Salp¡¯uri)
The term Salp¡¯uri denotes a rhythmic cycle of Korean music from the south-western provinces in Korea. However, nowadays, it more often refers to a graceful movement with elegant Korean traditional music. The Salp¡¯uri dance is highly stylized and represents the unique beauty and artistic movements of Korean traditional dances.

9. Spinning tops
This dance represents the innocence and purity of children¡¯s hearts shown through their little game of top spinning.

10. Dream of a butterfly
The depiction of the powerful strokes of the butterfly¡¯s wings towards the open sky symbolizes the very hope that Korean culture will soar among the entire nation.

11. Kyung-go mu
Jango, a drum that represents the beauty and elegance of Korean dance is reduced in its size for this particular dance. Movements of gentle femininity and dynamic masculinity are harmonized to reveal the true beauty of Kyung-go, a small version of Jang-go.

12. Sword dance
The Sword Dance was performed at royal and official feasts during the Samkook period - a time when Korea was divided into three parts.

13. Blooming flowers, sweet melodies
This dance is inspired by the imagination of the movement of flowers as a fairy of spring breathes life into the fragrant flowers.

14. Dance of royalty
A woman, with elegant and refined movements, gracefully dances with a fan. This piece represents the dignity and purity of a person of royalty.

15. Flute of adolescence
When colourful flowers bloom under the fresh breeze of spring, children come out and enjoy the gift of nature after a long dreadful winter.

16. Hon-bul
Using ji-jeon paper to express the prayer to the gods and spirits, the modern traditional dance piece expresses the beauty of ji-jeon paper¡¯s movement.

17. Symphony of drums
It is here that all the varieties of Korean drums are gathered to offer final supplication to providence, the earth and all humankind. Here, the dancers and drums are no longer separate, but become one. The movements and sounds also become one. As dancers and drummers build to a crescendo, with increasing passion, the performance that began as a simple ritual ends in a grand finale.

18. Bara Dance
This Buddhist ritual dance is a prayer of thanks for opening the sky.

19. Sword Dance
This dance is about the brave and strong spirit of the Kokyuryo period.

20. Enchantment
Korean dance is well known for its lines. This piece focuses on long beautiful lines with arm and leg movements.

21. Shaman Dance
Traditionally, a Mu Dang (Korean shaman), performed this dance as a practice of exorcism. This dance expresses the deep influence of shamanism in Korean culture.

22. Bom Na Du Ri
The dancers remind us of childhood when play is natural and pure of heart.

23. Fan Dance
The most world renown and original art of Korean dance, the fan dance shows a variety of manifestations using beautiful fans.

24. So Go Dance
The Sogo means a ¡°small drum¡± and it is used in Pungmullori as well as various types of dance.

25. Sul Lae Job Gi
One of the popular traditional children¡¯s games, Sul Lae Job Gi (a hide and seek) is the main story of this piece.

26. Yeok Dong
Pure but strong, just like a drum sound¡¦ this is an expression of the Korean people¡¯s colours.

27. Jang Kum Mu
This dance dates far back into history. Each dancer holds a sword while she dances, using fast and broad dance movements.

28. Solo Court Dance, Ch¡¯unaengmu
Ch¡¯unaengmu, Literally meaning ¡°Korean Nightingale Dance¡± is considered to the be one of the most refined court dances.

29. Poong Sock Do
Inspired by traditional Korean paintings, Poong Sock Do is a dance in which dancers use fans and move gracefully to reflect the beautiful mountains and rivers of Korea.

30. Wind and Sky
This dance depicts that distant sound of the wind which grows increasingly stronger and blows towards the sky.

31. Heang Bal Mu
This traditional dance is from the Sila period. During this period, women celebrate the festival dancing with Heang Bal.

32.Hwa Ku Mu
Korean dance, in its gravity, its fluid elegance, reflects the breath and depth of 5000 years of history. In its splendor and vitality, this work is filled with a light as bright as dawn.