Kyoungsun Park earned his Bachelor of Music at Seoul National University studying with Professor Hie-Yon Choi. He was awarded an ABRSM scholarship to attend the Royal College of Music in London, where, as a student of Professor Dmitri Alexeev, he received a Master of Performance degree with Distinction. In 2021 he completed his Meisterklasse at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München studying with Professor Michael Schäfer.
Park won a couple of international competitions; Horowitz Competition Kyiv-Geneva: 3rd Prize and Horowitz Prize, Isang Yun International Music Competition: 2nd Prize, Autur Schnabel Piano Competition: 1st Prize, München Gasteig Music Prize: 1st Prize and Audience Prize, Singapore International Piano Competition: 2nd Prize, Japan Open Piano Competition: 1st Prize, Windsor International Piano Competiton: 1st Prize.
His musical uniqueness lies not only in interpreting existing works in new ways but also in his pioneering approach to exploring and interpreting new compositions. Furthermore, he established his musical identity through arranging and composing cadenzas, solidifying his artistic persona.
Kyoungsun made his concerto debut with the Seoul National University Symphony Orchestra in the Concert Hall of the Seoul Arts Center, performing his own jazz inspired cadenza. He has performed as a soloist with the Orchester de la Suisse Romande, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the Mihail Jora Philharmonic Orchestra, in Korea with the TIMF Orchestra and the Korea University Orchestra. He recently performed on the album <12 Hymn Suites> which was released in 2021.
He is currently studying Konzertexamen at the Universität der Künste Berlin under Professor Markus Groh