1The Old Pine Tree Forest Zone 2Suwon Sports Complex
A performance featuring marching through the streets of the city with a disciplined and high-spirited demonstration of special military rifle ceremony.
A performance that welcomes King Jeongjo’s entrance into Suwon at the Old Pine Tree Forest Zone, where the King granted his privy purse and had five hundred pine trees planted.
A joint performance of Gut (a form of exorcism) by 300 members of the Suwon-si Pungmul Band Association.
A parade that serves to contribute to the development of citizen-led festivals and to provide inspiration and enjoyment through direct participation of citizens in a reenactment of King Jeongjo’s Royal Parade held 220 years ago, which is depicted in Banchado (a painting of the royal ritual records) in the 『1795 King Jeongjo’s Long-Distance Royal Procession Record Book』 (Wonhaeng Eulmyo Jeongri Euigwe), and provides experience of the meaning and significance of the whole event.
A parade of citizens joining the procession on board the Hwaseong Royal Vehicle, a sightseeing train that runs inside and outside of Suwon Hwaseong Fortress.A parade in which organizations and companies that contributed donations participate in the procession.
A large-scale street parade with colorful objects such as giant puppets and balloons with the theme of King Jeongjo's procession.
A military ceremony of King Jeongjo’s royal guards, Jang Yong Young.
A Pabalma is a horse used by a person in need of a transport for his official duties. The “Military Order by Pabalma” in the late Joseon Dynasty is to be reenacted vividly.
A reenactment of the reception of King Jeongjo and the procession group by the Suwon Mayor, including the participation of main guests and 60 Suwon citizen representatives.
A street performance or busking event expressing the expectations and pleasure of citizens waiting for King Jeongjo’s Royal Parade
Street performance or busking event according to a theme decided by each town (Dong) in Suwon-si.
Gyeong-Jaeng Intro performance, which is dynamic and lively, by a large-scale castMain Gyeong-Jaeng Program in musical form, performed by professional actors, with the Jang Yong Young Royal Guards defeating assassins.
A performance involving announcement of the departure of the procession groups leaving for Hwaseong Yongneung.
A ceremonial changing of the festival flag which symbolizes the joint reenactment of King Jeongjo’s Royal Parade, starting from Seoul and going through Anyang, Uiwang, and Suwon to Hwaseong.
Management Office for the 2019 King Jeongjo Tomb Parade Reenactment
Seoul Office16-9, Yanghwa-ro 8-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul 04044 /Tel 02-786-0610
Suwon Office11, Haenggung-ro, Paldal-gu, Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do/Tel 031-290-3612~3
Hwaseong OfficeNojak-ro, Hwaseong, Gyeonggi-do, Republic of Korea 18459, Festival Promotion Team of Dongtan Cultural Complex Center/Tel 031-8015-8275
Office HoursMon-Fri 10:00~18:00