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...
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Taepyeongso
The Mission Impossible which it plays with the traditional musical instrument of Korea. Sogum, Taepyeongso,Daegum, Haegum, Kayagum, Ageng.
Danso
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Nabal (instrument)
This video will teach you how to put on a standard 상모 (sangmo), one of the two ribboned hats used generally with Korean 풍물 (pungmul) music (sometimes called ...
Geomungo
The National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts 국립국악원 Geomungo 거문고 sanjo 산조 demonstration at foreigner's traditional music class completion concer...
Ajaeng
Ajaeng while on our Honeymoon.
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Supreme Master Ching Hai Internation Association Member From Korea Playing Korean Instrument.
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Gayageum
The gayageum or kayagum is a traditional Korean zither-like string instrument, with 12 strings, though some more recent variants have 21 or other numbers of strings. It is probably the best known tra...
Gayageum - Wikipedia
Geomungo
The geomungo (also spelled komungo or kŏmun'go) or hyeongeum (literally "black zither", also spelled hyongum or hyŏn'gŭm) is a traditional Korean stringed musical instrument of the zither family of in...
Geomungo - Wikipedia
Haegeum
The haegeum (Hangul: 해금) is a traditional Korean string instrument, resembling a fiddle. It is popularly known as kkangkkangi. It has a rodlike neck, a hollow wooden soundbox, and two silk strings...
Haegeum - Wikipedia
Ajaeng
The ajaeng is a Korean string instrument. It is a wide zither with strings made of twisted silk, played by means of a slender stick made of forsythia wood, which is scraped against the strings in the...
Ajaeng - Wikipedia
Daegeum
The daegeum (also spelled taegum, daegum or taegŭm) is a large bamboo transverse flute used in traditional Korean music. It has a buzzing membrane that gives it a special timbre. It is used in court...
Daegeum - Wikipedia
Piri
The piri is a Korean double reed instrument, used in both the folk and classical (court) music of Korea. It is made of bamboo. Its large reed and cylindrical bore gives it a sound mellower than that...
Taepyeongso
The taepyeongso (lit. "big peace wind instrument"; also called hojok, hojeok 호적 胡笛, nallari, or saenap, 嗩吶) is a Korean double reed wind instrument in the shawm or oboe family, probably descended from...
Taepyeongso - Wikipedia
Saenghwang
The saenghwang is a Korean wind instrument. It is a free reed mouth organ derived from (and quite similar to) the Chinese sheng, though its tuning is different. It is constructed from 17 bamboo pipe...
Saenghwang - Wikipedia
Hun (instrument)
The hun is a Korean ocarina-like flute made of baked clay or other ceramics. It has a globular shape, with a blowing hole on top and several finger holes. It is used primarily in court music ensembl...
Hun (instrument) - Wikipedia
Danso
The danso (also spelled tanso) is a Korean notched, end-blown vertical bamboo flute used in Korean folk music. It is traditionally made of bamboo, but since the 20th century it has also been made of ...
Danso - Wikipedia
Jing (instrument)
The jing is a large gong used in traditional Korean music, particularly in samul nori, pungmul, and daechwita to keep beat. It is usually made from high-quality brass and is struck by a stick that is ...
Jing (instrument) - Wikipedia
Kkwaenggwari
The kkwaenggwari is a small flat gong used primarily in folk music of Korea. It is made of brass and is played with a hard stick. It produces a distinctively high-pitched, metallic tone that breaks ...
Kkwaenggwari - Wikipedia
Buk (drum)
The buk is a traditional Korean drum. While the term buk is a native Korean word used as a generic term meaning "drum" (the Sino-Korean word being go), it is most often used to refer to a shallow barr...
Buk (drum) - Wikipedia
Janggu
The janggu (or janggo; also spelled changgo) or sometimes called seyogo (slim waist drum) is the most widely used drum used in the traditional music of Korea. It is available in most kinds, and consis...
Janggu - Wikipedia
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
Pyeongyeong
The bianqing is an ancient Chinese percussion instrument consisting of a set of L-shaped flat stone chimes known as qing, played melodically. The chimes were hung in a wooden frame and struck with a m...
Pyeongyeong - Wikipedia
Galgo
The galgo (or yang-janggo or yango) is a traditional Korean drum. The drum has an hourglass-shaped wooden body and two drum heads of identical diameter, similar to the janggu. Compared to the janggu, ...
Galgo - Wikipedia
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...
Korean drum
Korean drums play an important part in traditional Korean music, ranging from folk music to royal court music. There are a wide variety of shapes and sizes, for use both in accompanying other instrume...
Korean drum - Wikipedia
Bak (instrument)
Bak (hangul: 박; hanja: 拍) is a wooden clapper used in Korean court and ritual music. The person playing the bak is called jipbak; he serves as conductor or musical supervisor for the group. Bak is arr...
Bak (instrument) - Wikipedia
Bipa
The bipa is a pear-shape lute that is a traditional Korean musical instrument which is related to the Chinese pipa, the Vietnamese đàn tỳ bà and the Japanese biwa. The bipa fell out of use in the earl...