THE PERSONAL ATTITUDE OF THAI DANCING TOWARDS THE USE OF RADKLAO YOD IN LALISA.FIRST
This research paper aims to study individuals' attitudes in Thai dancing towards the use of the corset crown of LALISA music videos based on interview papers and observations. The study found that Rudklao Yod is a corset crown that occurred during the reign of King Rama IV of Rattanakosin, which was the symbol of the lord and used to dress up the performances of the protagonists who plays the role as princes. Subsequently, social changes resulted in a change in attitude towards dressing. This causes two types of concepts to flow: positive attitudes with a focus on self-expression Thai image, promotion, dissemination, public relations of national culture, application, creation of costumes for performances and an in-depth study of Thai performance costumes. For negative attitude Emphasizes the suitability of traditional customs as it relates to the lord's badge according to the traditional dress codes. This is coupled with a lack of in-depth knowledge of Thai performance costumes. The results of the attitude survey have a positive approach based on the context of a society that affects the concept. Guidelines for governance, which should be studied to build knowledge and understanding for dance professionals and interested parties. It is a source of academic and professional reference to the performing arts, as well as for the benefit of the country's further development.