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Dance Theater

The Dance Theater is also making steady efforts to develop our own dance for the next generation, including the preservation and dissemination of traditional dance, including Cheoyongmu, designated as a UNESCO World Intangible Heritage, as well as royal dance, folk dance, and creative dance.

The <traditional dance presentation> held on June 25, 1980 was part of a full-scale reenactment performance that began in the late 1970s. In the 1990s, efforts to restore and recreate court dances began to be made, while the results were compiled. The performance of the reenactment of court dance and the creation of dance led to the creation and production of works featuring such figures as <Gungjung Yeonryeak> performance and Myeongmu Han Seong-jun and Malicious Ureuk, or Buddhist consciousness <Yeongsanjae>, which celebrated the 30th anniversary of the opening of the National Gugak Center in the 2000s. In the 2010s, too, efforts to recreate Jeongjae in the early Joseon Dynasty, which was based on ancient evidence, led to <Sejongjo Hoeryeyeon>, presenting a new piece with a new interpretation of the court dance, and beyond the <traditional boundaries, where visitors can appreciate the dance of the past and present: Variations of royal dance>. The performance of <Jongmyo Jeryeak>, which was held at the Shiao Theater in France in 2015 to commemorate the 130th anniversary of Korean and Buddhist churches, was well expressed in the elegance and dignity of traditional Korean art, Starting as Mun Il-ji Dance Director in 1993, Lee Heung-gu, Hong Geum-san, Kim Young-hee, Lee Jin-ho, Kye Hyun-soon and Han Myeong-ok served as directors, and Park Sook-ja, artistic director, is currently in office.