She had contribution concerts for 80 years birth of Sukhi Kang who is one of the most representative contemporary composers of South Korea hosted by Museum of Modern and Contemporary Arts of Republic of Korea, Seoul Museum of Arts and Museum of Arts, Seoul National University 2015 April–May. The concert of the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Arts was appointed the official cultural event by Korean government. In fact, the concert series of hers which happened as long as 11 years in Korea since she spend time in overseas including Tokyo, New York, Paris and Beijing, as well as the long period of identical crisis of music by herself. She presented cutting-edged contemporary masterpiece of Sukhi Kang's which she arranged the pieces for western classical ensemble instruments to solo kayageum as a world premiere, either. One of the pieces was an improvisational electronic kayageum music with film of Namjun Paik who was a visual artist, close friend to Sukhi Kang. It made headlines titled 'A Maestro who Saved Girl Genius Lost Curiosity, Sukhi Kang and TeRra Han' pressed by The Korea Times written by Byung Wook Jang who is one of the most prominent journalist in Korea, March 24.2014. After her concerts, the journalist Jang Byung Wook wrote a book about Terra as form of ebook titled 'Terra', it was pressed by The Korea Times DB contents department, Feb. 2015.