Welcome to Arirang TV's series where we introduce various artists from Korea to the international audience each month! With the help from Arirang TV's 'I'M LIVE' a Korean music program that introduces the authentic beauty of Korean contemporary music to the world, we hope to be adding diversity and possibly enlightening our international readers with the Korean music scene that has not yet been touched on.
Check out the round of I'M LIVE artists for this month below!
Joining us on this 1'm Live is Korea's top-notch vocalist K.Will! This artist is famous for his exceptional ability to pull off all the music genres ranging from heartrending ballads to upbeat love songs to dance music. Of course, the list goes on and on.
2. Yu Seung-woo
Yu Seung-woo made a debut at the tender age of 16 through a talent-search show and left a strong impression on the public with his guitar playing skills, sweet, mellow voice, and innocent qualities. Since then, he's been persistently pursuing his career, building his reputation as one of the most compelling singers in their 20's.
3. Mind U
Joining us on this 1'm Live is the acoustic duo Mind U! Comprised of Jae-hee and Godak, the two initially made their debut as Acourve back in October in 2013 and garnered much attention for their silky voices and sentimental lyrics, combined with gentle acoustic musicality. After re-debuting under the name of Mind U, the two have been singing a wider spectrum of love, delighting the ears and hearts of countless music lovers. Being recognized for their exceptional talents, the duo is now making themselves known on the international stage starting with a fan meeting in Taiwan set for December.
MoonMoon started his career as the vocalist of the band Reservoir Daughters and then made his debut as a solo artist in 2016 with the single album, "Moon, Moon." Singing about his own life stories, the artist recently established a solid fanbase in mainstream circles thanks to the lavish praise from two K-pop artists - IU and Jungkook from BTS. His unique stage name comes from his own saying, "There are too many good songs in the earth, so I'm flying to the moon."