Angela started to learn piano at three years old and studied seriously with professors at Yeonsei University since age 8. She graduated from Yewon art school in Korea and then passed the audition held by the Elder Conservatorium of Music, University of Adelaide. It was a turning point in Angela's musical career to study abroad and take lessons and master classes under Lucinda Collins and David Lockett from the Elder Con during high school. Angela was offered to enter the Bachelor's degree at the Elder Conservatorium of Music, Melbourne Conservatorium of Music and Sydney Conservatorium of Music to expand her musical journey. Angela graduated with two degrees from the University of Sydney Conservatorium of Music, a Bachelor of Music Studies and a Graduate Diploma in Pedagogy. She studied under Professor Nikolai Evrov and Paul Rickard-Ford.
She is a recipient of the International Merit Scholarship at the University of Sydney Conservatorium of Music and Musik Meisterkurse Diplom in Vienna, Austria, under professor Hans Kann, as well as has been awarded an Honorable Mention Award for Classical Sonata and an Honorable Mention Award for Kasidis & Winston prize in Adelaide.
Angela has been an active performer for over 20 years and had numerous recitals and concerts internationally.
She also composes and writes music arrangements in various styles as well as produces piano pedagogy method materials.
Besides, Angela had the privilege of composing film scores and directing music for "What a Wonderful Chef", an independent movie submitted to the film festival.
She is a dedicated piano teacher who taught numerous students, from absolute beginners to advanced levels of L.Mus.
All her students who attended exams have achieved successful results and are satisfied with the learning process.
She carefully guides her students to develop technical and musical aspects, whether playing for fun or aiming for exams and auditions.
Angela is very passionate about music teaching and makes lessons engaging and enthusiastic.