Kim Ki-Chang

Kim Ki-Chang (1913-2001), also known as Unbo, was a modern ink painter who was born in Seoul, Korea. Having lost his hearing from typhoid fever, he was unable to attend regular art school.


  • Started his career & became a disciple of Kim Unho
  • Received the Samil Award for Art
  • Received Prize from Academy of Arts Korea
  • President of the Huso Assoc.
  • Received the Cultural Prize in Ptg.
  • Member of Korean art center
  • Won prizes at Chosun Art Exhibition Korea
  • Advisor for Assoc. of Korean Painters
  • Received the Cultural Prize in Ptg.