Collection: Haegeum 해금

The haegeum is a traditional Korean string instrument, resembling a fiddle. It is popularly known as kkangkkangi.It has a rodlike neck, a hollow wooden soundbox, and two silk strings, and is held vertically on the knee of the performer and played with a bow.

The haegeum is one of the most widely used instruments in Korean music. The haegeum is used in court music as well as madangnori (ordinary people's music). The haegeum's range of expression is various despite having only two strings, with sounds ranging from sorrowful and sad to humerous. The haegeum is made using eight materials: gold, rock, thread, bamboo, gourd, soil, leather, and wood, and so it is called paleum (eight sounds).

Our haegeums are expertly crafted by skilled artisans, ensuring top-notch quality.  Each haegeum is made from high-quality materials, blending traditional techniques with modern innovations to achieve excellence in sound, feel, and appearance. Suitable for both solo and ensemble performances, the haegeum showcases unique artistic expression and rich cultural heritage. We are dedicated to providing each customer with a superior haegeum, allowing you to experience the unique charm and historical significance of this beautiful instrument.