Janggu Dance - This is a dance performed by carrying the janggu (hourglass-shaped drum) on the shoulder aslant while striking it. There are two kinds of janggu dance. Professional dancers perform one on the stage and the other is performed by a pungmul group on open ground. Women dancers in solo or in a group perform janggu dance as a stage dance. The dancers wear hanbok (Korean traditional clothing), arrange their hair in a chignon, and tie their skirts with a belt. In the group dance, two or more people dance together while forming two lines or a circle. Since this performance involves professional dancers, priority is given to dance movements rather than to playing the janggu. Along with buchaechum (fan dance), it is considered to be a dance genre that balances the tradition and modernity of Korean dance.