The Mask Play of Hahoe Byeolsin Exorcism features 9 wooden masks in frame used in the Hahoe Mask Dance Drama. They are made of the alder tree. They were first made in the middle period of the Korea dynasty by Huh doryong. Fixed features of the masks convey the expressions of joyful and pleasent feelings, and of the angry and grevious emotion.
Important intangible cultural asset No.69
Masks included: Jung Tai, Halmi Tal, Paekjong Tal, Imae Tal, Bune Tal, Seonbi Tal, Choraengi Tal, Gaksi Tal, & Yangban Tal.
Measurements: 14" x 1.5." x 14"
Period: Korean Dynasty
Artist: Korean Traditional Masks