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A discussion-concert with the Godfather of K-Pop

Come and meet part of hallyu history. Hyung-Suk Kim was responsible for the soundtrack of My Sassy Girl (including the classic ballad I Believe sung by Shin Seung-hun), has written for top stars such as Kim Kwang-seok, Kim Gun-mo and IU among others, and was the producer of girl group Baby Vox.

[Oxford] A discussion-concert with the Godfather of K-Pop

Date: Thursday 4 July 2024, 6pm - 8pm
Venue:
Sheldonian Theatre | Broad Street | Oxford OX1 3AZ | | [Map]

Tickets: £11.55 | Buy tickets here
Hyung-Suk Kim

A K-Pop Extravaganza at the Historic Sheldonian Theatre: an interview with Kim Hyung-Suk and Concert. All Age Event.

Hyung-Suk Kim is a prominent figure in the world of K-Pop, widely known for his contributions as a composer and music producer. Born in 1966 in South Korea, Kim’s influence in the industry is profound, earning him the title of a guru in the globalization of K-POP.

Among the founders of the top four K-POP agencies, two were mentored by him: Park Jin-Young of JYP Entertainment and Bang Si-Hyuk of HYBE, home to artists like BTS, TWICE, Stray Kids and New Jeans.

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