38 min

Memories of SMTOWN Museum and PLAY KPOP A3Day Sister Show

    • Music Commentary

At the time of this recording, there are a total of six active museums in South Korea solely in celebration and historical cataloging of their nation’s music and one for world instruments. These museums are
the http://gomuseum.seoul.go.kr/sekm/front/main.do?locale=KO (Seoul Museum of Korean Folk Music)
the https://en.unesco.org/silkroad/silk-road-institutions/national-gugak-center-and-museum-gugak (National Gugak Museum)
the https://english.visitkorea.or.kr/enu/ATR/SI_EN_3_1_1_1.jsp?cid=795006 (Nangye Korean Classical Music Museum)
the http://www.e-musictour.com/ (Museum of Musical Instruments of the World), and
the privately-owned http://kpopmuseum.com/ (K-pop Museum Gyeongju Branch)

There are also three indefinitely closed ones, including the Museum of Traditional Korean Music. Aside from the relatively newer privately-owned attraction, two popular entertainment stops in South Korea for music lovers that are indefinitely closed were a sight to behold. Thus, this episode is in honor and anticipation – potentially alleged anticipation – of the return of the K-pop catalog originator, and the premiere label-specific collection. This episode is entitled, “Memories of SMTOWN Museum and PLAY KPOP.”
Listen to this episode as we discuss history and share commentary about these two spaces.

At the time of this recording, there are a total of six active museums in South Korea solely in celebration and historical cataloging of their nation’s music and one for world instruments. These museums are
the http://gomuseum.seoul.go.kr/sekm/front/main.do?locale=KO (Seoul Museum of Korean Folk Music)
the https://en.unesco.org/silkroad/silk-road-institutions/national-gugak-center-and-museum-gugak (National Gugak Museum)
the https://english.visitkorea.or.kr/enu/ATR/SI_EN_3_1_1_1.jsp?cid=795006 (Nangye Korean Classical Music Museum)
the http://www.e-musictour.com/ (Museum of Musical Instruments of the World), and
the privately-owned http://kpopmuseum.com/ (K-pop Museum Gyeongju Branch)

There are also three indefinitely closed ones, including the Museum of Traditional Korean Music. Aside from the relatively newer privately-owned attraction, two popular entertainment stops in South Korea for music lovers that are indefinitely closed were a sight to behold. Thus, this episode is in honor and anticipation – potentially alleged anticipation – of the return of the K-pop catalog originator, and the premiere label-specific collection. This episode is entitled, “Memories of SMTOWN Museum and PLAY KPOP.”
Listen to this episode as we discuss history and share commentary about these two spaces.

38 min