물레방아 (Mullebanga), The Watermill Project

Started in 2016, the Watermill Project is a musical exploration and interpretation of traditional Korean vocal music through the lens of jazz and improvisation. Combining the unique sound and characteristic of traditional Korean vocal music and jazz, the quartet portrays stories of life, love, longing and hope

In November 2017, the Watermill Project was invited to collaborate with "Narwhal", a Capilano University jazz studies department large ensemble, under the direction of Dr. Jared Burrows, dedicated to new musical form and collaboration: the concert featured arrangements of various Korean folk songs arranged by Sara and the members of the ensembl. This collaboration was featured on the 50th year Anniversary series at Capilano University under the title: "A Universal Language" (2018)  To view, click the video below

In June 2018, Sara Kim's the Watermill Project performed at the 33rd TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival featuring Sara Kim on Voice, Dan Reynolds on Keys, Eli Davidovici on Bass, and Mili Hong on Drums

Currently, the Watermill Project is working on recording an album