A disciple of the great singer and national treasure Pas Song-He, Min Hye-Sung is now a renowned pansori specialist and teaches the art in her academy in Seoul as well as at Yeongnam University, in the Gyeongsang. She obtained the title of « Depositary of Pansori, Intangible Cultural Heritage n°5 » in 2005 for The Tale of Heungbo with she performs regularly in Korea as well as abroad and which she recorded in 2007 (3-CD set, Akdang, Seoul). She regularly tours outside Korea, particularly in France and in Belgium where she gives initiation courses which have met with great success. She has performed at every K-Vox Festival, interpreting complete works at the Maison des Métallos, at the Théâtre du Soleil, at the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme as well as in Toulouse (Made in Asia Festival, 2011), in Vendôme (EPOS 2017) and in Brussels (Souffle Coréen 2016, 2017). She is one of the few singers to whom Par Song-Hee taught The Tale of Lady Sugyeong.
This young artist is a brilliant representative of the new generation of women gosu. She was given the title « Depositary of the art of Gosu, Intangible Cultural Heritage n°17 » and, in 2017, received the Grans Prize in the « Gosu Virtuoso » category of the National Korean Percussionist Competition. A member of the Association of Traditional Korean Culture and Arts, she teaches her art in the universities of Jeonnam (Gwangju, in Jeolla province) and Dongguk (Seoul) all the while completing her doctorate in traditional Korean music at Hanyang University in Seoul. virtuose ». Membre de l’Association de culture et d’arts traditionnels coréens, elle enseigne son art dans les universités Jeonnam (Gwangjun, dans le Jeolla) et Dongguk (Séoul), et achève à l’université Hanyang (Séoul) un doctorat consacré aux musiques traditionnelles coréennes.