This high speed / photography video / slideshow is of a traditional Korean martial arts performance that took place at Hwaseong Haenggung Palace in Suwon, South Korea. The performance was a phenomenal displace of athletic ability as the Korean men dressed in traditional military/battle attire performed martial arts combat manoeuvres along with coordinated displays with various kinds of weapons.
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이 고속 / 사진 / 비디오 슬라이드 쇼가 한국의 수원에 화성 행궁 궁전에서 열린 한국 전통 무술의 성능이다.성능은 무기의 다양한 종류와 협조 디스플레이와 함께 무술 전투 기동을 수행 전통 군사 / 전투 복장을 입고 한국 남성과 운동 능력의 치환 현상이었다.
내 카시오 FC 100 카메라에서 고속 영상을 캡처 http://thatbackpacker의 도움을했다. 나는 주로 액션 스틸을 캡처하는 18-200밀리미터 렌즈를 내 소니 알파 A65 DSLR 카메라를 사용했다.
http://nomadicsamuel.com : It was a performance worthy of recommending to anyone. The best part was that it was entirely free. I'm hoping to go back again sometime this year.
Suwon, about 45 minutes south of Seoul, is home to a unique group of martial artists.
These men and women are keeping alive a set of skills used to teach South Korean warriors fighting. Created hundreds of years ago by studying the strengths and weaknesses of other martial arts, these arts are divided into unarmed, armed and horse-mounted styles.
At the daily demonstration only the armed and unarmed styles are performed. The horse-mounted styles are saved for special occasions like the October citizen's festival.
The performers come from all walks of life, from South Korean history scholars to ex Olympic alternates to local high school students. They train and perform six days a week, and sacrifice a lot to preserve this part of South Korean culture.
During the Suwon Citizen's festival in October, the martial artists get a chance to display the horse martial arts and reenact a night assault on the Hwaseong fortress. Every year a lot of thought goes into making this event special and unique. Fireworks and hundreds of re-enactors take the guise of Japanese soldiers and samurai.
The performance in Suwon has become so popular that they have started a performance in Seoul at Namsan Tower. This performance is different in that it is more court based and flows more like a dance, while the one in Suwon is more military based.
They perform every day except Mondays at 11 a.m. from March to December at Hwaseong Haegung in Suwon. The performance is free. Another group performs at Namsan Tower in Seoul every day except Monday at 3 p.m.
Performances of 24 Martial Arts
This 24 Martial Arts Demonstration was best arranged systematically in the age of King Jeongjo as national traditional martial arts. Recorded on the Martial Arts Training Textbook as made by accepting both the martial arts from Joseon Dynasty and the excellent martial arts from China and Japan, it will make spectators feel cool.
Period : Mar. ~ Dec. 2009,
※Dec. ⇒ weekend performance
Tuesday ~ Sunday 11:00a.m.
(Except for Monday)
Place : Hwaseong Haenggung
Inquiry : Suwon Hwaseong Management Foundation TEL / 031-251-4435
What are the 24 Martial Arts?
24 Martial Arts mean those recorded on the Martial Arts Training Textbook as compiled by Lee Deok-mu and Park Je-ga, realists who received orders from King Jeongjo, and Baek Dong-su, a master of martial arts in 1790. The Martial Arts Training Textbook was made by accepting both the martial arts from Joseon Dynasty and the excellent martial arts from China and Japan. As practiced by the soldiers of Jang Yong Yeong, the picked force of the then Joseon Dynasty stationed in Hwaseong, they have high historic, artistic and athletic value as immaterial cultural properties.
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