Munmyo

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Traditional Korean Musical Instruments - Wind - Flutes
... flute with three finger holes used in Munmyo jeryeak (Korean Confucian ritual music) Ji (hangul 지 hanja 篪) – An ancient vertical bamboo flute with a ...
Seonggyungwan Munmyo
... Munmyo (more specifically Seoul Munmyo or Sung Kyun Kwan Munmyo) is Korea's primary Confucian shrine ("munmyo" is also the general Korean term for "Confucian shrine") ... A ritual called Munmyo jerye (hangul 문묘제례 hanja 文廟祭禮), which involves music and dance, is held there each year in the spring (April) and autumn (September) the ritual features ancient music of ... Munmyo also served as the national shrine for Confucius, ten of his disciples, and 18 of Korea's most venerated Confucian scholars including (in the chronological order of enshrinement) Choi Ji-won ...