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Seo Taiji
Jung Hyun-Chul (hangul: 정현철; born February 21, 1972), better known as Seo Taiji or Seo Tae-Ji (서태지), is a South Korean singer, musician, songwriter and record
Seo Taiji and Boys
Seo Taiji and Boys (Korean: 서태지와 아이들) was a South Korean music group active from 1992 to 1996. Its three members Seo Taiji, Yang Hyun-suk, and Lee Juno
Yang Hyun-suk
rapper, dancer, and record producer. He rose to fame as a member of Seo Taiji and Boys during the 1990s. After the group disbanded, he founded and became
Seo Taiji Company
Seo Taiji Company (Korean: 서태지 컴퍼니) is a South Korean entertainment company headquartered in Seoul, South Korea. The company was founded in 2001 by South
Lee Ji-ah
stayed in the U.S. and Seo went back to Korea to continue his entertainment activities with his band Seo Taiji and Boys. In 1996, Seo announced his retirement
Seo Taiji and Boys (album)
Seo Taiji and Boys is the debut studio album by Korean musical group Seo Taiji and Boys. The album brought the group major success, which would continue
Seo Taiji and Boys IV
Seo Taiji and Boys IV is the fourth and final studio album by Korean musical trio Seo Taiji and Boys. With 2.4 million copies sold, it is one of the best-selling
Reply 1994
the years that follow, including the emergence of seminal K-pop group Seo Taiji and Boys, the Sampoong Department Store collapse and the birth of the
List of songs written by J-Hope
with South Korean music pioneer Seo Taiji to adjust portions of the track "Come Back Home" from the album Seo Taiji and Boys IV (1995). The track was
List of South Korean idol groups (1990s)
See also the list of groups that debuted in the 2000s and the 2010s. Seo Taiji and Boys Deux Cool DJ DOC Roo'ra Two Two R.ef Turbo Goofy H.O.T. Uptown