Korean music
Traditional Korean music includes combinations of the folk, vocal, religious and ritual music styles of the Korean people. Korean music, along with arts, painting and sculpture has been practiced sinc...
Korean music - Wikipedia
North Korea: Kim Jong Un's girl band to visit Beijing
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is sending his personal girl band, Moranbong, to perform a week of shows in Beijing as Pyongyang seeks to improve relations with its main ally ahead of an important Uni...
Traditional Korean musical instruments - Video
Supreme Master Ching Hai Internation Association Member From Korea Playing Korean Instrument.
Traditional Korean Music - YouTube
Apr 9, 2012 ... Some traditional Korean music, for those of you who view my other traditional asian music videos.
Pungmul
Pungmul (Hangul: 풍물; Hanja: 風物 IPA: [pʰuːŋmul] POONG-muul) is a Korean folk music tradition that includes drumming, dancing, and singing. Most performances are outside, with dozens of players, all in ...
Pungmul - Wikipedia
North Korean music
Music in North Korea is heavily influenced by the political situation there.
After the division of Korea in 1945 and the establishment of North Korea in 1948, revolutionary song-writing traditions...
South Korean music
The Music of South Korea has evolved over the course of the decades since the end of the Korean War, and has its roots in the music of the Korean people, who have inhabited the Korean peninsula for ov...
Traditional Korean musical instruments
Traditional Korean musical instruments comprise a wide range of string, wind, and percussion instruments.
Korean string instruments include those that are plucked, bowed, and struck. Most Korean s...
Traditional Korean musical instruments - Wikipedia
North Korea: Kim Jong Un's girl band to visit Beijing
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is sending his personal girl band, Moranbong, to perform a week of shows in Beijing as Pyongyang seeks to improve relations with its main ally ahead of an important Uni...
Trot (music)
Trot, (Korean 트로트 teuroteu; sometimes called 뽕짝 ppongjjak due to its distinctive background rhythm), is a genre of Korean pop music, and is recognized as the oldest form of Korean pop music. Formulate...
Kim Sook-ja
Kim suk-ja(Hangul: 김숙자 (金淑子); December 20, 1926 -December 23, 1991 ) was an Ingan-munhwage of Salpulyi, which is the 97th Important Intangible Cultural Properties of Korea. As a Korean classical m...
Ulla (instrument)
The ulla (hangul: 운라; hanja: 雲鑼 or 雲羅) is a traditional Korean percussion instrument comprising a set of ten small tuned gongs in a wooden frame. The gongs are struck with a beater.The ulla is derived...
Chunhyangga
Chunhyangga is the most famous pansori in Korea, having had considerable popularity in the country for the past century. Chunhyangga is considered to be the best pansori musically, and as a work of li...
Chunhyang (2000 film)
Chunhyang (Hangul: 춘향뎐; RR: Chunhyangdyeon) is a Korean Pansori film directed by Im Kwon-taek, with a screenplay by Kang Hye-yeon and Kim Myung-gon. Distributed by CJ Entertainment, the f...
Chunhyang (2000 film) - Wikipedia
Simcheongga
Simcheongga is one of the five surviving stories of the Korean pansori storytelling tradition. The other stories are Chunhyangga, Heungbuga, Jeokbyeokga, and Sugungga.
The exact date of when Simch...
The Flower Girl
The Flower Girl is a North Korean revolutionary genre theatrical performance, which was written by the country's first Supreme Leader Kim Il-sung according to official North Korean sources. The perfor...
The Flower Girl - Wikipedia
Chunhyang-jeon (opera)
Chunhyang-jeon (춘향전, 春香傳 "The Story of Chunhyang") is a 1950 Korean-language opera by Hyun Jae-Myung (현제명) a South Korean composer. This is generally regarded as the first western-style Korean Opera. ...
Pyeonjong
Bianzhong (pronounced [pi̯ɛ́n t͡ʂʊ́ŋ]) is an ancient Chinese musical instrument consisting of a set of bronze bells, played melodically. These sets of chime bells were used as polyphonic musical inst...
Pyeonjong - Wikipedia
Y.BIRD from Jellyfish Island With Seo In Guk
"Y.BIRD from Jellyfish Island With Seo In Guk" is the eighth digital single by South Korean singer, Seo In-guk. The single was released on February 4, 2013, containing the title track "I Can't Live B...
Y.BIRD from Jellyfish Island With Seo In Guk - Wikipedia
We Will Follow You Only
"We Will Follow You Only" (Chosŏn'gŭl: 우리는 당신밖에 모른다) is a North Korean propaganda hymn dedicated to the country's leader Kim Jong-un. The song was first released on the Korean Central Television, ...
Korean revolutionary opera
Revolutionary opera in North Korea is a genre of the culture of North Korea best known through the "Five Great Revolutionary Operas" (5대 혁명가극). Outside the DPRK North Korean revolutionary opera is pop...
2013 in South Korean music
The following is a list of notable events and releases that happened in 2013 in music in South Korea.