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September 2020

Seo In-guk discography
This is the discography of South Korean singer and actor Seo In-guk which consists of one studio album, six extended plays (EPs), and fourteen singles
Seo In-guk
Seo In-guk (Korean: 서인국; born October 23, 1987) is a South Korean singer-songwriter and actor. He launched his singing career after winning the talent
Park Seo-joon
Park Seo-joon (Korean: 박서준; born December 16, 1988) is a South Korean actor. He is best known for his roles in the television dramas Kill Me, Heal Me
Jung Eun-ji
"Love Day". In August 2012, Jung recorded two promotional singles, "All For You" and "Our Love Like This" with Reply 1997 co-star Seo In-guk for the drama's
FNC Entertainment
Gwang-hyun Park Ji-won Seo Yu-na Shin Hye-jeong Sung Hyuk Choe Seong-min Jeong Hyeong-don Jo Woo-jong Kim Yong-man Kim Ah-yoon Lee Guk-joo Moon Ji-ae Moon
Jellyfish Entertainment
following year, Super Star K contestant Seo In-guk and Altair (Lee Ji-hoon) later joined Jellyfish Entertainment. In December 2010, Jellyfish Entertainment
Park Jung-ah
featuring the song, "Love In The Air" (Korean: 사랑난로). The announced participating the Jellyfish artists were Park Jung-ah, Seo In-guk, VIXX, and former K-pop
Park Bo-ram
and their agencies confirmed, "Seo In Guk and Park Bo Ram broke up about a month ago." Reportedly, Seo In Guk and Park Bo Ram naturally grew apart before
were featured in Brian Joo "Let This Die" music videos. 4 members were also in Seo in Guk's music videos. N, Leo, and Ravi were featured in "Shake It Up"
Bang Min-ah
(in Korean). Retrieved August 14, 2018. Kang, Yeong-guk (February 8, 2012). "'뱀파이어 아이돌'의 진짜 아이돌 '걸스걸스'…판타스틱 걸스를 아시나요". Maeil Business Newspaper (in Korean)