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Heung-ch’um (Folk Dance)

A well-known improvisational folk dance, Heung- chum, the dance of ecstasy, is based on characteristic Korean dance gestures and movements. The most distinctive movement is the suspended position, balancing on one foot with the free leg extended while the shoulders softly rise and fall with élan, conveying a profound sense of ecstasy. The texture and dynamics of the movements are endowed with sensuality, expressing internal and metaphysical joy as opposed to the external effects of acrobatic physical motion. This aesthetic is also reflected in the way the dancer holds and uses the fan, conjuring the image of an idealized flower or bird inhabiting a pure and abstract landscape

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