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Firstly held at Park Chang Soos house on July 12, 2002, the House Concert has led a new cultural wave in Korea. The House Concert is remarkable due to unusual experience it offers of listening to music with not only ears but also vibration through wooden floors. Also, it is possible for audience to close the physical and psychological distance between a stage and an auditorium. Consistently making an experiment on small spaces, the House Concert has run the concerts of about 1,600 artists of various different genres such as classical music, traditional Korean music, jazz, popular music, experimental art, puppet show and independent film.
Applying the concept to domestic cultural arts centers, house concerts are even held in rural areas from 2012. House concerts held in suburban cultural art centers are also loved by people due to its original concept, audience seated on a stage and short distance with artists.

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