As Sohaegeum players, duo is active in the front lines of performing music in Japan and abroad.
While cordially invited as special guests to perform a concert on the Japan’s largest luxury liner “Asuka II”, their works in music scenes are also playing active role in producing anime and commercial music such as “Yusuke”, a Japanese male talent Yusuke Kamichi’s first album, a theatrical version of “GeGeGe no Kitaro”, and many more.
Recipient of Hantetsu Cultural Foundation Sponsorship 2010.
Lecturing the Korean ethnic instrument in all over Japan.
Released an original mini album “HIBARI” in 2006.
Hegyong Yun is a third generation, and Myongsu Ha is a fourth generation of Korean living in Japan.
Sohaegeum is a Korean string instrument which is essentially a modernized form of the Haegeum.
“Hae” a nomad race from Gojoseon (an ancient Korea) used to play Haegeum.
Sohaegeum had same root as the Chinese Erhu and originally played with a horse hair bow placed in between the two strings, however during 1960s, its strings were increased from two to four, and now played with bow placing on the strings.