* Date : 2015-04-08
Korean acoustic guitar culture originated in the late 1960s from Korean folk music. Han Dae-soo, called an everlasting Hippie, early experienced western music culture like the Beatles and Bob Dylan and introduced folk Rock to Korea for the first time. We are going to look into his music world and his life, which is like a movie.
Han Dae-soo, the first Korean Bohemian, who showed the new concept of the avant-garde, was a progenitor of Korean folk music and a poet who expressed his thinking most vividly by music. Rising and falling, setting new directions and repeating experiments, his musical activity affected the musicians and the music lovers in this country. Majoring in veterinary medicine and interested in photography, Han Dae-soo returned to Korea in 1968 and started a new life as a folk musician. Right after he was discharged from the Army, he was offered the opportunity to produce an album and finished recording in just one day. With the song 'Give Me Some Water' in his historic debut album, he brought a new sensation to the folk world of those days, when everyone was just singing remade songs. With the OST of the movie , "One Day Morning"and "One Night", he gained many fans.
However, he had to change agencies many times.
We are going to make sure that the spirit of Korean folk Rock is still alive through the music of some current bands - "Achtung", "JungDan", and "Hi Mr.Memory"- and experience Han Dae-soo's music through the performance of the Rock band 'Achtung' and 'Party Maker'.