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Ha-hoe Village

” is located at the city of “

An-dong

”. it is the one of the towns that preserve old Korean life style most. The word "

Ha-hoe

" means in Korean "village where river runs around". it is located at the very upstream of "

Nak-dong

" river.
"

Ha-hoe-Tal-No-Ri

" is the cultural performance that represents the village that uses the masks and the purpose of performance makes it very distinctive and unique. the people lived in the village organized this performance as a party purely for joy and there was no religious intention at all. It was literally a party. People who participate in the party used different kinds of mask that symbolizing different classes and hierarchies, but they were harmonized together eventually during the party and performance and enjoyed satire and humor from the party throughout.

Ha-hoe-Yut

” is a cultural product that has a identity of

Hahoe

Village of

An-dong

. This product, which was designed to be simple, easy to be creating joyful and dynamic sense, is a Korean unique board game that is made for 4 people for playing together.

Ha-Heo-Yut

designed to reflect the culture of "

Ha-Heo

" village. Each of sticks that has function of dice in the game carved like "

Tal

" (Mask) that represent the each class of people and the pieces used in the game have shape of hat that matches to the "

Tal

". Hats can be stacked in layers, and players can experience important heritage that contain the culture of Korea by harmonizing with the unique culture of "

Ha-Hoe

" throughout the game.
Yuutnori moves depending on the number yuut is tipping over. All face up with an upside-down

'yuut'

,

'mo'

is called

‘sari’

, and you can play one more. If your moving mal be located in with your prior mal, In this cases, you can move both at the same time. Mal returns to the place that is called

‘dong na gi’

. The team came back at the most fastest wins.

Area
Andong

Material
Lime tree, Alder, Gold powder, Lacquerware

Size
250 x 250 x 80

Producer
No. 108 Intangible Cultural Property of Wood Sculpture (Mokjogakjang)
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