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Global Pungmul Institute performs at UWO

Ryan Deloge

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Members of the Global Pungmul Institute performs the “Mun-kut.” This is traditionally held at the entrance of a household or village to wish for the happiness and protection of the area.Ryan Deloge | The Advance-Titan

Members of the Global Pungmul Institute performs the “Mun-kut.” This is traditionally held at the entrance of a household or village to wish for the happiness and protection of the area.

A member of the Global Pungmul Institute showcases the Korean tradition of drumming.Ryan Deloge | The Advance-Titan

A member of the Global Pungmul Institute showcases the Korean tradition of drumming.

Dressed in colorful gear, a man performs the “Sangmo Pankut” in a Sangmo, a ribboned hat.Ryan Deloge | The Advance-Titan

Dressed in colorful gear, a man performs the “Sangmo Pankut” in a Sangmo, a ribboned hat.

Drummers play “Sul-janggu,” incorporating elegant dance moves and rhythms. This demonstrates the elegant technique of Korean drumming.Ryan Deloge | The Advance-Titan

Drummers play “Sul-janggu,” incorporating elegant dance moves and rhythms. This demonstrates the elegant technique of Korean drumming.

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Global Pungmul Institute performs at UWO