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English: Bukcheong Saja Nori (??????, Lion mask dance of Bukcheong), nowadays in North Korea) performance at the Seorak Festival in Sokcho, South Korea.[1]
Date 2008-06-18 (original upload date)
(Original text : October 14, 2007)
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