Haram Kim was born in Busan, Korea. She began piano studies at the age of five and studied with YoungBang Cho who is a well known pianist of Cho trio. She attended from DanKook University in Korea, and graduated summa cum laude. She moved to the United States in 2009 and studied Master of Music and Graduate Performance Diploma with two-year performance scholarship at Peabody Conservatory under a Professor Boris Slutsky. She has won top prizes at numerous piano competitions, including International Artist Piano Competition in Washington DC, International Beethoven club piano competition, International Korea Arts Foundation Competition, Kimcheon Student Music Competition. She worked as an assistant in the Tanglewood Institute in 2013, and also participated in the SMC music festival in Europe during the summer in 2006 and 2008. She performed with orchestras, including Romania Orchestra Filarmonica Di Bacau, and also has worked with John Perry, Robert Levin, Douglas Humpherys, Ann Shine, in master class. Ms.Kim participated as a piano accompanist at the Peabody Conservatory and Boston University. She has given and participated in multiple solo and chamber concerts on major stage venues Boston, Washington D.C, and Seoul area, including at the Tsai Performing Center, Sejong Cultural Center, Sungnam Arts Center, GimHae Arts Center. Ms. Kim is currently studying Doctor of Musical Arts at the Boston University with Boaz Sharon.