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Arirang is best known as a type of Korean folk song. But itis more than just a simple folk song. It is a kind of culturalphenomenon that embodies people's lives and everydayactivities. The National Folk Museum of Korea recentlycurated a special exhibition about Arirang to reconsiderthe meaning of this song which so many Koreans take forgranted. In the exhibition we presented both historicalmaterials and everyday products related to Arirang, andwe also introduced sound resources. These were not onlyrecordings of the songs performed by professionalsingers, but also recordings of Arirang songs sung byordinary people, documented region by region. Wecollected personal stories and accounts of what Arirangmeans, and these too were edited into audio-visual formsto be exhibited. Certain regional groups that co-operatedin collecting materials for the exhibition were invited togive performances themselves. The performances bypeople who put their own experiences into the Ariranglyrics were especially popular with audiences. Theexhibition was important for the future in that we gainednew experience in utilising tangible and intangiblematerials possessed by communities which aretransmitting a certain kind of intangible heritage.
The 10 years (1980-1989) experience of 43 patients with chronic pancreatitis at Seoul National University Hospital has been analysed to investigate the relationship between history of pain, morphologic change of pancreas (calcification), and diabetes mellitus (DM), and to study indications of surgery and complications. The main etiologic factor was probably alcohol (30 case). The mean age of the patients with alcohol-induced chronic pancreatitis was 9 years below that of the other patients in men (no statistic difference). Calcifications were found in 29 patients, DM patients to require insulin therapy were 13 patients. calcifications were found in 12 patients among 13 diabetes mellitus patients (p$lt;0.05). Pancreatic duct abnormality was found in 29 patients [moderate change of main pancreatic duct dilatation and/or stenosis; 22 cases, severe change of the above findings; 7 cases, filling defect (probably pancreatic duct stone); 7 cases.] Twenty-five patients had been lost average 10.5 Kg/3 months body weight, among whom 11 DM patients were included. There was no relationship between history of pain, morphologic change, and diabetes mellitus. The complications of chronic pancreatitis in 43 patients were pseudocyst (5 cases), comrnon bile duct stenosis (3 cases), splenic vein thrombosis (2 cases). The indications for surgery were pseudocyst (2 cases), cholestatic jaundice (1 case), GI bleeding due to splenic vein thrombosis and portal vein thrombosis (2 cases), pain relief (5 cases) and differential diagnosis from cancer (2 cases). There was no operative mortality.