Kwangchul Youn is definitely a Korean baritone using a singing career located in Berlin. His hometown of Ch’ung-Ju can be pretty much in the heart of South Korea. He visited nearby Ch’ong-Ju, a more substantial city, to review singing on the Ch’ong-Ju College or university. While he was still students, he earned First Award in the Korean Country wide Performing Competition. He produced his operatic debut on the Korean Condition Opera as de Seriex in Umberto Giordano’s Fedora in 1988. Over time of singing being a visitor artist in a number of Korean opera homes (in such operas as Rossini’s Barber of Seville, Verdi’s I credited Foscari, and Donizetti’s L’Elisir d’amore), he visited the Sofia Academy of Music in Bulgaria to job application his musical research. Lesa Koleva was his instructor through the 1990 – 1991 season. From then on, he researched with Herbert Brauer from 1991 – 1993 on the Berlin Academy of Arts. In 1993, he earned in the Plácido Domingo International Opera Tone of voice Competition in Paris. This resulted in Domingo offering a gala concert with Youn in Seoul in August 1995. Youn sang with Oper Leipzig in 1993 – 1994. His jobs there included Sarastro in Mozart’s Magic Flute. In 1994, he became an ensemble person in the Berlin Staatsoper (Condition Opera) on the Movie theater Under den Linden. There, he provides sung Sarastro and many various other authoritative baritone jobs, including the Ruler in Aïda as well as the Minister in Fidelio. He provides sung in Mozart’s Requiem using the Berlin Philharmonic and in Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, beneath the path of Daniel Barenboim. He provides sung the area of the Nightwatchman in Die Meistersinger at Bayreuth, Figaro in The Relationship of Figaro, Bertram in Robert le Diable, Ruler Marke in Tristan und Isolde, Banco in Verdi’s Macbeth, Angelotti in Puccini’s Tosca, Lodovico in Verdi’s Otello, as well as the Ruler in Dessau’s Verurteiling des Lukullus.