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  • 1983.8.16
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    ♡ In the late '70s, he appeared in public with the college group "Little Giant" and excited many fans with his small, passionate sound and stage manners, and in the '80s, he enjoyed the peak popularity of his numerous hit songs as a solo artist.

    By attempting various genres of music, he established an unrivaled World of music through composing and directing international music for events such as film music, traditional Korean compositions, dance music, drama music, Tripitaka Koreana music, 86 Asian Games music, 88 Olympic music, and the opening ceremony of the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup.

    Kim Soo-chul, a composer, singer, performer, music director, cultural commissioner, and Korean traditional musician, cannot be described by just one name. Kim Soo-chul is a true 'small giant' that will last a long time in our music history.

    Kim Soo-chul's homepage ▶ http://www.kimsoochul.co.kr/

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  • 2002.6.22
    Date of advance to the semifinals
    It was a World Cup competition co-hosted by Korea and Japan from May 31 to June 30, 2002 under the auspices of FIFA.

    At the 2002 World Cup soccer tournament on June 22, South Korea defeated Spain and created a semi-final myth after a close match that even led to a penalty shootout.

    Captain Hong Myung-bo, the last kicker in the penalty shootout, scored a goal to confirm his advance to the semifinals.

    It was the first time for an Asian team to reach the semifinals.

    It was also the first time in 19 years that Korea has advanced to the semifinals since the 1983 World Youth Association in Mexico.

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