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Introduction to Korean Drumming II: P'angut

This course listing applies to a Spring 2016 course. To find current courses, check out the Find a Course page.

Spring 2016
Music 98/198
2 Unit(s)

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About the Course:

Wondering what Korean traditional drumming is all about? Then, come and learn how to play the Korean drums! No experience is necessary.  Whether you have a sense of rhythm or not, we'll teach you everything you need to know!

This course is part two of the introductory course on the origins and practice of Korean drumming, p'ungmul.Student will be learning how to play the outdoor-based form of p'ungmul. And they will not only learn how to play these Korean drums but also understand the social, political, and religious ideologies that shaped the p'ungmul's unique style of music, song and dance through weekly readings. At the end of the semester, students will be performing the P'angut piece at the annual spring showcase.


No experience is required. Anyone interested in the Korean traditional musical culture is welcome to sign up. However, space will be limited due the availability of the instruments. Further details will be explained on the first day of instruction.

How to Enroll:

  • Students interested must submit an application which can be found here:
  • The application is due by 6PM Jan/31/2016
  • Space is limited to the number of available instruments. 
  • Course Control Numbers will be given to the students on the first day of instruction
  • First day of instruction is MANDATORY to be enrolled into this DeCal or you will lose your spot in this class

Course Contact: kaitlynlee AT


Faculty Sponsor: Bonnie C. Wade

Time & Location:

Section 1Yun Jee Lee
20125 MorrisonW 7:30p-10p2/03started

Uploaded Files:

Syllabus: Spring 2016 EGO Decal Syllabus.docxJan 2132kbWord Doc (Viewer)View Download

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