Some of you may already be acquainted with Kwon Soon-Keun, the white-haired Korean drummer who is quickly rising to YouTube celebrity status due to a limb-flinging, stick-twirling, surreally enthused performance that, as College Humor puts it, " steals the show " from the poor songstress trying to own Frank Sinatra's "My Way. The year-old Seoul native first found fame as a member of the Korean band ADD-4 , billed in some quarters as the country's first rock band. In , he moved to Canada for a life of teaching and playing the odd gig. But a cache of uploaded videos of Kwon working a signature style that must be seen to be believed is making a life of quiet retirement unlikely. Kwon's life and career are the subject of a new documentary by Canadian director Mingu Kim , aptly titled "A Drummer's Passion. Check out the trailer for "A Drummer's Passion" below, and let us know what you think of Kwon's scene-stealing moves in the comments.
Sign in. Brett Gelman of " Stranger Things " and " Fleabag " unearths a comedy gem, reveals the movie he'd show aliens, and more. Watch now. Kwon Soon Keun, the worldwide YouTube sensation, showcased his passion once again by putting on a concert to celebrate his 50th year of professional drumming. Kwon's passion for drumming did not start on YouTube, but it had begun 58 years ago as a young Korean boy. His small ambition to help his parents turned him into a celebrity back in Korea, having played in a renowned band called ADD Shortly after, he had immigrated to Canada and had lost his spotlight.