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  • 1985.1.25
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    ☆ Lee Sun-hee and Lim Sun-gyun, her senior students of the same department, participated in the fifth episode in 1984 and sang "To J" in a team called "Act Four, Act Five."

    She won the Golden Cup for five consecutive weeks in KBS' "Top Ten Songs" and won her first three awards at the 1984 KBS Rookie of the Year award, the 1984 MBC 10 Rookie of the Year award, and the 10 Rookie of the Year award.

    Lee Sun-hee's homepage ▶ https://www.leesunhee.com
  • 1972.2.25
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    ♡ One of the biggest Hits and the debut Song of Korean singer Cho Yong-pil. And it is one of the Songs that symbolize Busan Metropolitan City.

    It is a Song written and composed by Cho Yong-pil by Hwang Sun-woo, and was released in 1972.

    The brothers in the lyrics refer to Korean residents in Japan, and it became very popular in the 1970s as a Song of the time that emphasized brotherhood.
  • 1984.5.18
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    ♡ Bingle Bingle is a Song by South Korean singer Nami.

    In the 1980s, it was the first Song that came to mind, one of the favorite Songs of the people's karaoke rooms, remade by T-ara, Baek Ji-young, and Yoon Do-hyun Band, and was also featured as an OST for the movie Sunny.

    He became famous in the 1980s and is famous as a dance singer who Hit dance Songs such as 'Bingle Bingle' and 'Like Indian Dolls.

    There was a time when Nami and Boomboom were active, and one of the two members of Boomboom was DJ Chul (real name Shin Chul).

K-Traditional Music (1)

  • 2020.12.25
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    Gunbamtaryeong is a folk Song (minyo).

    The recording of the phonograph recorded in 1932 contains "Gunbamtaryeong," and the composer is Jeon Soo-rin (1907-1984), indicating the origin of the Song.

    Later, several lyrics were added. It's called Gunbamtaryeong because of the chestnut in the chorus.

    The money wind in the waters off Yeonpyeong Island came from the fact that a lot of early-morning air was caught off the coast of Yeonpyeong Island, making a lot of money. The sentiment is similar to the Dorajitaryeong.

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