Arts & Entertainment

N. Korean Defectors to Perform at Concert for Peacei
X
July 25, 2013 4:25 PM
A North Korean pianist who defected to South Korea is to headline a concert in Seoul on July 26 marking the 60th anniversary of the end of fighting from the Korean War. VOA's Daniel Schearf interviewed Kim Cheol Woong about the "Concert for Peace," his work supporting fellow North Korean refugees, and his hopes for the Korean peninsula.

N. Korean Defectors to Perform at Concert for Peace

Published July 25, 2013

A North Korean pianist who defected to South Korea is to headline a concert in Seoul on July 26 marking the 60th anniversary of the end of fighting from the Korean War. VOA's Daniel Schearf interviewed Kim Cheol Woong about the "Concert for Peace," his work supporting fellow North Korean refugees, and his hopes for the Korean peninsula.


You May Like

Republican Majority in Congress Off to Rough Start

Standoff over Homeland Security funding exposes philosophical, tactical problems within party More

Pakistan Blocks Baloch Activist from US Trip

Human Rights Commission of Pakistan slams Islamabad officials for stopping people from leaving country to attend human rights conference More

Video Muslims Long Thrived in North Carolina Before Students Killed

Idyll shattered February 10, when three Muslim university students living in Chapel Hill were gunned down by a neighbor More