Here, the Hahoe characters Kaksi (the bride) and Halmi (the old woman) dance down the lane at a Korean traditional arts festival. Yangban (the aristocrat) is half-visible behind Kaksi's sleeve.
At least 13 different regional forms of talchum continue to be performed in Korea today. They are:
The famed Hahoe Pyolshin-gut from Kyongsangbuk-do, the east coast province that encompasses Andong City;
Yangju Pyol-sandae and Songpa sandae from Kyonggi-do, the province surrounding Seoul in the northwest corner;
Pongsan, Kangnyong and Eunyul, from Hwanghae-do, a North Korean province between Pyongyang and the South Korean border;
Suyong Yayu, Tongnae Yayu, Gasan Ogwangdae, Tongyong Ogwangdae and Kosong Ogwangdae from Kyongsangnam-do (on the south coast);
and, from the rugged northeastern province of Kangwon-do, Kwanno and Namsadangpae Totpoegich'um.