Feel the Rhythm of Korea - 서산 (Seosan) 머드맥스 (Mud Max)
Collaborating untold stories of Seosan with the folk song "Ong Heya."
"Ong Heya" has a fast tempo and light rhythm and was typically sung by farmers while they thrashed their harvested barley.
Enjoy the majestic view of Seosan's mud flats, one of the five biggest mud flats in the world and source of delicious clams.
*Lyrics added separately
"기존에 소개되지 않았던 한국의 관광지 ‘서산’과 민요 ‘옹헤야’를 재해석한 힙합음악의 콜라보레이션을 감상해보자.
옹헤야는 과거 보리를 수확한 후 도리깨질을 하면서 불렀던 노래로 빠른 템포의 경쾌한 리듬으로 이루어진 민요이다.
서산의 세계 5대 갯벌에서 펼쳐지는 바지락 부대의 웅장함을 눈과 귀로 함께 즐겨보자.
The beginning is not always easy but it’s # take 1
Mark your footprint
Even though it’s mud
I’m a mudda boy
Don’t look down
Keep your head up
Tell me what you see
Blue ocean at the end of the muddy walk
Your eyes on the horizon
Your vision’s getting wider and wider
Just throw them aside
For now, it’s a party, put mud on ‘em
Feels like I’m above the clouds
Wanna play hard huh
Definitely feel your difference huh
If you stop now, it’s your loss
Take it when I give it to you 2021 Ong-Hai-Ya