By David Kim. My Heritage. Korean. This is a map of where my heritage is located. My ethnic background is…. This is a picture of my country and my family…. Sejong the Great ; created Hangul, alphabet system for the Korean language. Taegeukgi ; The flag of South Korea. Seoul.
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By David Kim
Korean. This is a map of where my heritage is located.
Sejong the Great ; created Hangul, alphabet system for the Korean language.
Taegeukgi ; The flag of South Korea
The heritage I identify most with is Korean.
Because my mother and father are both Korean.
Taekwondo. It is a martial art originating in Korea. It combines combat and self-defense techniques with sports and exercise.
Yut Nori. It is a traditional board game.
This game is played in almost every Seolnal, the Korean New Year.
It is a fun and exciting game.
My ancestors came to America because my grandfather thought it was a great education and opportunity for my parents to have a better life.
Kimchi, Korean Bar-B-Q, Bibimbap
Cultural Traditional Clothing is Hanbok.
Treditional Wedding Hanbok
Pansori performed by one singer and one drummer.
Samul Nori is played without a pause in faster tempos.
Ganggangsullae is a Korean Traditional Dance that we do at September in the Harvest Moon Festival called Chuesok.
Buchaechum is a fan dance, usually performed by groups of female dancers.
Gayageum is a traditional string instrument with 12 strings.
Jing is a large gong used in traditional Korean music.
Janggu is the most widely used drum used in the traditional music of Korea.
The Seolnal is the traditional Korean New Year.
We wear a Hanbok and bow deeply to the elders.
The best part is receiving money after performing the New Year’s bows.
Bows are the traditional greeting in Korea and is still present until today.
Age is calculated differently, you are considered to be one year old the day you are born.
The number “4” is considered to be a very unlucky one and it relates to death.