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Posted September. 18, 2006 07:05,   


There was a great traditional religious ceremony for the guardian deities of the State held by the community of preserving a religious ceremony at the altar in Sajik Park, located in Jongro-gu, Seoul on September 17. Students from National Gukak High School are holding “Yak,” which is a flute made of yellow bamboo, in their left hands and “Jeok,” which is a wind instrument decorated with pheasants,’ fur in their right hands. They are dancing “Palyilmu,” one of the dances in religious ceremonies in which eight people line up in a horizontal line and eight in a vertical line, thereby sixty four people are dancing together.