Kim Hak Rae & Lim Chul Woo -Me- (내가)
Live in 1979
Punk was coming to a head in the west but Korean kids were turning on to San Ul Lim, a trio of brothers who had more in common with Love than the Modern Lovers.
Kim Jung Mi – It’s Not Fair
performed on the Lee Bock Hee show (1972)
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1 Shin Junghyun and the Yup Juns – I Think (saeng gak hae)- (1974)
2 Bok Sung Ryu & Latin Koreana – Walking Alone in the MyungdongStreet (1978)
3 Ref – Breaking Up the Formula (ebyul gongsik) – (1995)
4 Nami- Bingul Bingul (1984)
5 Oseja – He is a Fool (Gusaram baboya) – (1971) -
6 Gummun Nabi (Black butterfly) – Her (gu nyo)
7 San Woolim – (nae maum e- judan eul kkal go) Carpet on my Mnd
8 Lee Tae Shin and Top Song – what I say
9 Lee Eun Ha – night bus (or train) ( bam cha) – (1978)
10 Saesam Trio – if you go to LA (nasung e- gamyon) – (1978)
11 Kim Trio – What am I Going to Do?
12 Kim Sunghee – Charm
13 Sobangcha- White Wind (1988)
14 Kim Soo chul – You Are Young (1984)
15 Song Chang Sik – Why Call Me (1987)
16 Yu Soo Il – Apart
17 Lee Jae Min – Path (Gol Mok Gil)- (1987)
18 Seoul Family – So Now (Ee Je Nun)
19 Yoon Shi Nae – Let’s Study
20 Kim Chuja – Light My Fire (Gidarigo It Sul Ka)
IF you like the artists on this mix– seek out their albums and support!
You can’t go wrong with a shot of dudes in mid air, wearing matching vests. But whatever. . . Seoul was hosting the olympics and this song is a crowd-pleaser.
Soo Chul uses some nifty synths and a chorus big enough to match his flamboyant perm.
Ever wish Tom Jones sung in Korean? Meet Song Chang Sik.
Another disco gem here. Sunghee’s got cowbells, handclaps, and highhats galore. Not to mention that it all starts with an intro that could have been lifted from Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.
Don’t let the austere cover fool you. It’s nearly 3 minutes of bubbly disco with a ragtime intro and plenty of phasers.