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The twenty-first professor’s “Untitled” party was held on the 18th

The eighteenth at Moakdang Hall of Sori Cultural Center
Tradition and modernity … “I want to spread it to the world”

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Official poster for the twenty-first professor’s party

Jeollabuk-do Regional Center in Gugak (Director Park Hyun-gyu) will hold the 21st “Untitled” Professor’s Concert at Moakdang of Korea Sori Cultural Center on the 18th.

This performance is a collaboration of closeness and intricate art, linking the opposing sides of tradition and modernity with the distinct artistic sensibility of Koreans. This is a performance set up to spread the beauty and uniqueness of our music and dance to the world.

The first stage of ‘Mu’ was planned by Cho Sang-hoon, who acted as Dongnampoong, an assistant professor in the Department of Korean Music at Chonbuk National University, and a Visiting Professor in the Department of Korean Music at Wonkwang University. The second stage, “Hwa,” was composed by Yoo Jang Young, who served as the artistic director of the Gujak Regional Center in Jeollabuk-do and Gujak Regional Orchestra in Jeollabuk-do. The third stage, Jungga Jazz, will be decorated by Lee Ji-yeon, a member of Ramo and a lecturer at Korean Traditional Culture High School and Namwon Traditional Musical Arts High School. Fourth stage, “Our voice is hip!” , composed by Kang Kang Jun, assistant professor in the Department of Music at Jeonju University.

Han Jeong-sun, head of the Education and Curatorial Department, who took office in November, and Lee Chung-hoon, Jeonju MBC announcer, will be the moderators. It’s a show taking place around the time the first shovel to expand and renovate the Gujak Center will open in 2022, and the public is very interested in it.

Director Park Hyeon-gyu said, “I hope you will look forward to a new leap forward over the next 100 years and be blessed with a stage that beautifully blends the aesthetics and modernity of Korean traditional music, is gentle and restrained. We look forward to working together.”


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Official poster for the twenty-first professor’s party

Jeollabuk-do Regional Center in Gugak (Director Park Hyun-gyu) will hold the 21st “Untitled” Professor’s Concert at Moakdang of Korea Sori Cultural Center on the 18th.

This performance is a collaboration of closeness and intricate art, linking the opposing sides of tradition and modernity with the distinct artistic sensibility of Koreans. This is a performance set up to spread the beauty and uniqueness of our music and dance to the world.

The first stage of ‘Mu’ was planned by Cho Sang-hoon, who acted as Dongnampoong, an assistant professor in the Department of Korean Music at Chonbuk National University, and a Visiting Professor in the Department of Korean Music at Wonkwang University. The second stage, “Hwa,” was composed by Yoo Jang Young, who served as the artistic director of the Gujak Regional Center in Jeollabuk-do and Gujak Regional Orchestra in Jeollabuk-do. The third stage, Jungga Jazz, will be decorated by Lee Ji-yeon, a member of Ramo and a lecturer at Korean Traditional Culture High School and Namwon Traditional Musical Arts High School. Fourth stage, “Our voice is hip!” , composed by Kang Kang Jun, assistant professor in the Department of Music at Jeonju University.

Han Jeong-sun, head of the Education and Curatorial Department, who took office in November, and Lee Chung-hoon, Jeonju MBC announcer, will be the moderators. It’s a show taking place around the time the first shovel to expand and renovate the Gujak Center will open in 2022, and the public is very interested in it.

Director Park Hyeon-gyu said, “I hope you will look forward to a new leap forward over the next 100 years and be blessed with a stage that beautifully blends the aesthetics and modernity of Korean traditional music, is gentle and restrained. We look forward to working together.”


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