Omul-Nori (a traditional music played with 5 instruments) handed over since Samhan Era is still played by descendants in Yeongnam area when they have a festival.
Ggwaengmal-Tagi is a traditional festival held by people beginning at the night of the day people finish 3rd weeding on the field. The same festival was held nation widely and has another names like Ggwaengimal and Putgut.
In addition to traditional 4 instruments, Jing, Ggaenggwari, Buk, and Janggu, a wooden Napal (Korean trumpet) is added consisting Omul (5 instruments). These are displayed in this pavilion and this made a nickname of Omul-Bang (Omul Pavilion)