Pyongyang, May 19 (KCNA) — The National Authority for the Protection of Cultural Heritage has recently registered five objects as national and local intangible heritages.
The newly-registered heritages include Kayagum and Jotae (traditional musical instruments) manufacturing techniques, Myongthae (walleye Pollack) peppery soup and water boiled with burned rice.
Kayagum and Jotae manufacturing techniques show the creative wisdom and prominent skills of Korean ancestors.
Myongthae peppery soup and water boiled with burned rice have been widely known to be good for health.
Nochi, a specialty of Pyongyang, was registered as one of local intangible heritages.
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