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The most famous bullfight of all traditional Korean bullfight events.
Jinju is well known as the origin of Korean bullfighting. It is said that bullfights were held on the banks of the Namgang River during the Three Kingdoms Period to the late Goryeo. The bullfights expressed the people's fury and resentment during the era of Japanese colonization. The fights are held at the 3,000‐seat bullfighting stadium on Saturdays from April to September and the national bullfighting event is held in October. Jinju's bullfight was covered in the foreign newspaper, New York Times.