Worship Songs in Korean and Chinese You Can Have Right Now


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In light of the shootings in Atlanta, I wanted to soon provide resources and links to worship songs in Korean and Chinese, often complete with recording samples and downloadable sheet music. (Note: some songs below feature more languages than English, Chinese and Korean. You can use only the languages you desire.)


Korean:

Ye Junim by Jaewoo Kim, Louis M.R. Stead and William J. Kirkpatrick.

You are God by Jaewoo Kim and Josh Davis, used in Urbana '18.

O Come to the Altar. Korean lyrics here.

Death Is Swallowed Up in Victory by Josh Davis. Sheet music here.

Here by Jaewoo Kim, Josh Davis, Abraham Deng and Grace Funderburgh. Sheet music here.


Chinese:

O Sacred Head Now Wounded

Build My Life

O Come to the Altar. Chinese lyrics here.

What a Beautiful Name. Chinese lyrics here.

Songs2Serve, the intercultural music ministry in the Netherlands, has also produced three worship songs that include Chinese lyrics. Resources are available here.


If you need a chord chart for O Come to the Altar, O Sacred Head Now Wounded, Build My Life, and/or What a Beautiful Name, let us know and we'll send you one free of charge.

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