Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Wordless Wednesday {link party}: Korean Gayageum Performance



Traditional performance of Gayageum (Korean zither).
More posts on my Korean travels here.

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32 comments:

Mom2Michael said...

What an interesting looking instrument. What was the sound like?

kewkew said...

sounds very interesting. Would love to hear it. I have to say her outfit is beautiful.

Party Of Four said...

I bet it was beautiful! Thanks for stopping by. I'm linking up too! Happy WW!

MSRheinlander @KUWTR said...

Beautiful photos : )

Natalie said...

Photos are pretty!

Naomi said...

This is so beautiful!!

GrammyMouseTails said...

what a beautiful dress & screen. I bet it was wonderful to listen to. my best friend who has moved far away was Korean and I loved the food and I would drive her to visit all her friends, she did not drive, always parties with great food. Miss her more tho...
Faythe @ GMT

Sarah said...

So beautiful.

Grace said...

Beautiful ! Is it just like the koto ? I love her costume too !

Ai Sakura said...

Yes it was a surreal experience in its simplicity. That beautiful dress is their national costume - hanbok. Sounded much like the guzheng.

Stasha said...

Looks very tranquil.

Veronica Lee said...

Such pretty pics!

Happy Wednesday!

Verena said...

Wow, how beautiful!
Happy WW!
Verena

Judy Haughton-James said...

This is oh so beautiful. Thanks for sharing Ai! It is interesting seeing this instrument. In school I played the recorder. I wish I remembered how to play it now!:) I am happy to join your link up this week and hope you and your family are having a good Wednesday. Take care.

Judy Haughton-James said...

Hello again Ai. I am trying to get your beautiful button for this link on my Blog and so far I have not been successful at it. I will try again later.

Crash Test Mummy said...

I wondered what it sounded like? Was it melancholy?

Gillian said...

I love the ceremony of your shots. Your travels must have been amazing? I want to go to Asia so bad...

Gillian from Baby Talk without the Babble

Ai Sakura said...

Hmm come to think of it I shld have taken a vid of the actual performance too! Haha. She played a few songs and she sung too. Some happy and sad depending on songs.

I've linked another Gayageum performance vid on my Facebook pg.

Samantha said...

that looks beautiful. of all the places i have been, i still have not been to korea, but i want to go one day soon

thanks for the link up :)

http://www.havesippywilltravel.com/2011/10/wordless-wednesday-fall-fun.html

Katherines Corner said...

beautiful photos, I love the sound of this instrument. Hugs

Alexia said...

That performance looks beautiful! Would love to see others from your travels!

Donna said...

Beautiful photos!!

Ruth said...

Beautiful!

LOVE MELISSA:) said...

Looks so interesting!! Beautiful pics. Thanks for the comments on my ww! Linking up.

LC Hunt said...

Yes, very nice pictures. Hope you had a great trip :) My name is Lea. I am a new follower to your GFC, Facebook and participant in your Wordless Wednesday. It is a pleasure to meet you :)

Margaret Almon said...

what a beautiful instrument and visually lovely backdrop as well

Brooke said...

First time popping in! New follower & visiting some new blogs as well.

Brooke
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Athomewithabby said...

Here for Wordless Wednesdays! Her dress is amazing and I've never seen an instrument like that!

Art of RetroCollage said...

Lovely costume and instrument. I'm sure that the music was suitable for the occasion. Have a melodic WW.

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Amy said...

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog!

That looks like an interesting instrument!

I have never seen one before.

Happy belated WW.

Laura O in AK said...

Very interesting instrument. I love being able to experience far away places via the internet. Thanks for sharing your travels.

Returning the follow and visit from the Wednesday Curious Hop. I hope to see you back soon. And, if I get organized enough for some Wordless Wednesday posts, I'll definitely come link up.