Film & Media Composer
Seowon Hyun is a composer for film, TV and visual media from South Korea who has composed for feature films and TV dramas from South Korea and China. Her most recent work was a drama film <I (2021)>, and her additional music was scored on <Escape from Mogadishu (2021)>, <Ashfall (2019)>, <‘Along with The Gods: The Last 49 days’ (2018)> and many more.
Seowon had the honor to be selected as a co-composer by the Korean government to write a symphony celebrating The Korean Centennial Anniversary. Her piece, 'The Origin' was premiered by ‘Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra’.(2019) She has also recorded her scores with ‘The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra’(2017)
During her studies in USC Screen Scoring Master Program, she was awarded The Sandra and Alan Silvestri Scholarship as the highest honor of her music. She is currently based in LA and trying to expand her voice of her own culture and backgrounds.
Gyeonggi Sinawi Orchestra
Sin, Sinawi (2020.4.18)
Assistant Music Director for the Concert with Gyeonggi Sinawi Orchestra, One of the most renowned Korean Traditional Orchestra
Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra
Min-Gook ( Mar.2019 - June.2019 )
Selected as a co-composer for the Korean Government Commissioned Project, celebrating Korean Centennial Anniversary, Recorded and Premiered by SPO
Arranger / Orchestrator for SPO Riverside Concert ( June. 2019 )
The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra
Composer / Music Preparation for the Full Orchestra Recording for the film 'Along with The Gods : The Two Worlds (2017)'