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Ssireum

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Ssireum
type of sport
Subclass ofmartial art, wrestling Maale eŋ
McCune-Reischauer romanizationssirŭm Maale eŋ
Revised Romanizationssireum Maale eŋ
CountrySouth Korea Maale eŋ
Country of originGoryeo Maale eŋ
Intangible cultural heritage statusNational Intangible Cultural Heritage in South Korea, Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity Maale eŋ
Described at URLhttps://ich.unesco.org/en/RL/01533, https://ich.unesco.org/fr/RL/01533, https://ich.unesco.org/es/RL/01533, https://english.cha.go.kr/chaen/search/selectGeneralSearchDetail.do?mn=EN_02_02&sCcebKdcd=17&ccebAsno=01310000&sCcebCtcd=ZZ&pageIndex=1&ccebKdcd=17&ccebCtcd=, https://www.heritage.go.kr/heri/cul/culSelectDetail.do?ccbaCpno=127ZZ01310000 Maale eŋ

Ssireum (Korean: 씨름) bee Korean wrestling waa la a folk wrestling style aneŋ saaŋkonoŋ national sport a Korea paaloŋ naŋ piili a fourth century saŋa na.

O yoe boɔloo[maaleŋ | Maale eŋ yizie]

O daware mine neɛ naŋ maŋ de toɔŋ o tɔ[maaleŋ | Maale eŋ yizie]

Ssireum depicted on Goguryeo mural

Yipɔge[maaleŋ | Maale eŋ yizie]

A deɛne deɛnbo waabo[maaleŋ | Maale eŋ yizie]

A ssrireum match at Gyeongju Citizens' Athletics Festival in 2008
A ssrireum match at Gyeongju Citizens' Athletics Festival in 2008

Yeli eree naŋ bibe[maaleŋ | Maale eŋ yizie]

A donɛɛ zaa kyɛkyɛ ŋmeɛbo[maaleŋ | Maale eŋ yizie]

Edition Year Host city Men's champions Women's champions Ref.
1 2009 Šiauliai Tullio Pachmann (90 kg)

Chae Hee-kwan (+90 kg)
Not held
2 2011 Busan Valerii Komar (90 kg)

Chae Hee-kwan (130 kg)
Jin Mehua (60 kg)

Lim Su-jeong (80 kg)
3 2012 Busan Choi Sang-geun (80 kg)

Lee Eol (100 kg)

Andriy Nikitchenko (130 kg)
Seo Hyun (65 kg)

Lim Su-jeong (80 kg)
4 2013 Frankfurt Davit Karbelashivili (90 kg)

Matti Hämäläinen (105 kg)
Viktoriia Sukretna (60 kg)

Elena Balzer (70 kg)
5 2015 Yangon Yu Zejun (70 kg)

Alisher Khudayberdiev (80 kg)

Uuganbaatar Myagmarsuren (90 kg)

Valerii Komar (100 kg)

Tamir Darmaa (120 kg)
Zhang Yueping (50 kg)

Nguyễn Thị Yến Trinh (60 kg)

Khulan Batbaatar (70 kg)

Korean kyɛkyɛ ŋmeɛbo (a ba taa baara)[maaleŋ | Maale eŋ yizie]

  • Edition Year Champion
    1 1983 Lee Man-ki
    2 Lee Man-ki (2)
    3 1984 Jang Ji-young
    4 Lee Man-ki (3)
    5 Lee Jun-hee
    6 1985 Lee Man-ki (4)
    7 Lee Man-ki (5)
    8 Lee Jun-hee (2)
    9 1986 Lee Man-ki (6)
    10 Lee Bong-geol
    11 Lee Man-ki (7)
    12 1987 Lee Bong-geol (2)
    13 Lee Jun-hee (3)
    14 1988 Lee Man-ki (8)
    15 Lee Man-ki (9)
    16 1989 Lee Man-ki (10)
    17 Kim Chil-gyu
    18 1990 Kang Ho-dong
    19 Kang Ho-dong (2)
    20 Kang Ho-dong (3)
  • Edition Year Champion
    21 1991 Hwang Dae-woong
    22 Hwang Dae-woong (2)
    23 Kang Ho-dong (4)
    24 1992 Kang Ho-dong (5)
    25 Lim Yong-je
    26 Kim Jung-pil
    27 1993 Kim Jung-pil (2)
    28 Baek Seung-il
    29 Baek Seung-il (2)
    30 1994 Shin Bong-min
    31 Baek Seung-il (3)
    32 Lee Tae-hyun
    33 1995 Kim Kyung-soo
    34 1996 Kim Kyung-soo (2)
    35 1997 Shin Bong-min (2)
    36 1998 Kim Young-hyun
    37 1999 Kim Young-hyun (2)
    38 2000 Lee Tae-hyun (2)
    39 2001 Hwang Kyu-hyun
    40 2002 Lee Tae-hyun (3)
  • Edition Year Champion
    41 2003 Choi Hong-man
    42 2004 Kim Young-hyun (3)

  • Enfuomo daga[maaleŋ | Maale eŋ yizie]

    Leɛka kyɛ meŋ[maaleŋ | Maale eŋ yizie]

    Sommo yizie[maaleŋ | Maale eŋ yizie]