Dalseo-gu Cultural Center / Wolbae Development Conference
the first full moon of the new year and burning daljip (brushwood) are a few traditional customs for the 15th day of the Lunar
New Year that took place in the past in various
regions of Korea, including Dalbigol.
The festival was renewed in 1997 after being gradually forgotten due
to urbanization and industrialization.
- Great King Yut Nori, tuho (arrow throwing), neol ttwigi (seesaw jumping), Jegi-chagi (Korean hacky-sack), rolling a hoop, top-spinning
Hands-on Programs - Making a good luck kite, pinwheel making, traditional wedding ceremony, etc.
- Folk song performance, band performance, etc.
- Prayer ritual, sheaf burning
* Subject to change.
February 22 (Monday) / 14:00-19:30
[Subway] Sangin Station (Daegu Subway Line 1), Exit 1.
-Go straight for 115m and take Bus 356 at the bus stop on the opposite side of Yeongnam High School and get off at Wolgwang Waterside Park (13 bus stops). -The park is located 30m to the right.