Oh Jeong-suk
Oh Jeong-suk (오정숙, hanja: 吳貞淑; 21 June 1935 - 7 July 2008) was an ingan-munhwage for pansori. She was designated as an ingan-munhwage 1 May 1991. She specialized in Chunhyangga, which is the 5th Impor...
Hwang (Korean name)
Hwang(황,皇,黃) is an aristocratic Korean family name that is descended from the 5,000 year old ancient Han Chinese imperial surname of Huang, 皇,黃 from the ancient Chinese Royal family of the House of Hu...
Jang (Korean name)
Jang, Chang, and (less often) Zang are romanizations of the common Korean surname 장, previously several separate surnames derived from the Chinese surnames Zhang ( 張), Zhang (章), Zhuang (莊), and Jiang...
Jang (Korean name) - Wikipedia
Hwang Byungki
Hwang Byungki (b. Seoul, 1936) is the foremost South Korean player of the gayageum, a 12-string zither with silk strings. Hwang is also a composer and an authority on Korean sanjo, a form of tradition...
Hwang Byungki - Wikipedia
Kim Sun-ok
Kim Sun-ok (Hangul: 김순옥; December 1, 1917 – April 18, 1995) was an Ingan-munhwage for Pansori, which is fifth on the list of Important Intangible Cultural Properties of Korea. Her real name was Ki...
Jang Sa-ik
Jang Sa-ik (born 1949) is a highly popular South Korean singer. His music combines elements of popular music, jazz, and Korean traditional music. In particular, the style of pansori can be heard throu...