Jeongeupsa is the only song from Baekje, sung in Korean lyrics. It has been passed down orally and then, was recorded in Illustrated Text on Traditional Music (Ak Hak Gue Beom). Jeongeupsa used to be played as a background music for Mugo Dance after Narye Ceremony at the royal court during Goreyo and Joseon Dynasty. In 1985, the city of Jeongeup built a park of 33,000 km² in the eastern foot of Ayangsan Mountain in Sigi-dong, and a Statue of Legendary Faithful Wife was placed in the park in December 1986. In front of the statue stands a black stone with the whole lyrics of Jeongeupsa carved on it. The statue is 2.5m tall. In 1990, the First Jungeupsa Cultural Festival was held in order to celebrate the love and righteousness of Baekje women and to emulate the culture of Baekje, together with the establishment of Budosang Award to celebrate the womanly virtue of Baekje women. The Budosang Award is award every year.