C'est Si Bon members wow LA fans 2011/07/25, Source,
Singers Cho Young-nam, center, Kim Se-hwan, left, and Yoon Hyung-ju - regular performers at C'est Si Bon, the legendary Korean live music cafe in the 1960s and 1970s - perform at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Saturday. / Korea Times
By Chung Ah-young
Singers Cho Young-nam, Yoon Hyung-ju and Kim Se-hwan ― regular performers at C'est Si Bon, the legendary Korean live music cafe in the 1960s and 1970s ― wowed their fans at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Saturday,...More
Famous artist celebrates 20 years of making history 2011/03/01, Source, Musician, activist, impresario Kim Min-gi has inspired a generation of young artists
"I will continue to produce more plays and musicals until the day Hakchon closes", said Kim Min-gi, who has settled in Daehangno for 20 years. "These days, production companies reach out to produce musicals for commercial reasons. This act as a barrier for a new culture to form". [YONHAP]
When Koreans think of Kim Min-gi, 60, the legendary folk-rock musician and composer, most think of his song "Morning Dew", which broke barriers in Korean music. Kim is also recognized as the father of the Hakchon Theater, a small experimental theater in Daehangno, Seoul's theater district, that is celebrating its 20th anniversary next month,...More
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