Kim Jung-ho (March 27, 1952 to November 29, 1985) is a Korean singer and songwriter.
Prior to his debut as a solo artist, he was a member of the third generation of April and May, and worked on many of the Onions' songs, including composing and writing lyrics.
She made her debut as a solo artist in 1973 when "The Unknown Girl" became a hit.
"Nim" is a sad and mournful song released in 1983.
The genius musician died on November 29, 1985 at the young age of only 33 from tuberculosis.