Eun Su Kim was born and raised in 1981 in Suwon-si, Korea. She began singing early and commenced serious training upon entering Korean Culture middle school and high school. Her p’ansori teacher is Kim, Young-Ja, one of the human cultural assets in Korean traditional singing. She graduated Seoul Art University in 2004. Eunsu was an intern and guest performer in the National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts and the National Theater of Korea and performed on a national scale. She came to United States 2007 and is currently studying ethnic music in NOVA college. She is the founder and the director of the Washington Sorichung and has performed in Kennedy Center, the Smithsonian, the Library of Congress, the Korean Embassy, Korean Ambassador’s house, and many others. Her goal is to spread Korean traditional music and culture to the international community and collaborate with musicians from other traditions.