[The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu] Understanding Traditional Korean Dance! The Royal Court Dance (佳人剪牧丹)!!

@noksutagram <The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu> Understanding traditional Korean dance – the Royal Court dance

2018 Jeongdong Theater Tradition Series Performance

<The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu>

The king of traditional Korean dances!

At <The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu>, you can witness the beauty of Korean dance and the charming ‘Jang Noksu’ with her dance skills!!

This time, we will go through the dances shown in <The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu> one by one!

For the second post of this series, the dance shown in <The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu> is the beautiful Korean court dance, the royal court dance (佳人剪牧丹)!

The Royal Court Dance (佳人剪牧丹)

2018 Jeongdong Theater Tradition Series Performance [The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu] The royal court dance_ Hong Yoojin, Kim Hyesoo, Kim Minjeong, Kim Hana, Park Sohyun

The royal court dance is a creative court dance created by Crown Prince Hyomyeong during the reign of Sunjo of the Joseon dynasty!

The name of the dance translates to ‘beautiful people plucking peonies’ and during the dance, vases filled with bloomed peonies are placed at the center of the stage.

Placing the focus on the vases, this is a spectacular and lovely dance.

2018 Jeongdong Theater Tradition Series Performance [The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu] The royal court dance

During the performance, the dignity of King Yeonsan and the magnificence of the king’s quarters are emphasised through the scene of the royal court dance!

This is a royal dance which you can literally feel the grandeur of the royal dance of Joseon and the elegance of the beautiful peonies 🙂

2018 Jeongdong Theater Tradition Series Performance [The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu] The royal court dance_Park Sohyun

The royal court dance was made by Crown Prince Hyomyeong for the enjoyment of his father during the late Joseon period.

The court dance that fell into the danger of extinction after the Japanese colonial rule can be seen again through <The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu>!

The dance that was reenacted during March of 1923 for the celebration of the 50th birthday of King Sunjong and during July of 1930 for the celebration of the return of Crown Prince Euimin to Korea.

This unique royal court dance can be seen at 2018 Jeongdong Theater Tradition Series Performance <The Palace: Tale of Jang Noksu>!

Jeongdong Theater Tradition Series Performance
<The Palace: Jang Noksu>

2018.04.05 ~ OPEN RUN
Tue – Sat 4PM (Closed on Sun & Mon)
Viewing age of 48 months and above

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Choreographer_Jeong Hye Jin, Director_Oh Kyeong Taek, Writer_Kyeong Min Seon, Composer_Kim Cheol Hwan, Art Director_Park Dong Woo, Lighting Design_Sin Ho, Video Design_Jeong Jae Jin, Costume Design_Lee Ho Jun, Make-up_Kim Jong nn, Prop Design_Kim Sang Hee

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