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Published on Aug 12, 2015
Kim Kwang-seok: I'll Become Dust (2001) // This song was written by Song Moon-sang, with lyrics by Lee Dae-heon in 1976. Later in 1987, Song's wife, Lee Miki, recorded the song for her 2nd album. FYI, the intro of the song was sung by Song. At the time, it was not well-received by the public. (Click to watch Lee Miki's original version @http://youtu.be/XCn0khGYOxw)
Kim Kwang-seok loved this song so much that he always included it in his concert repertoire. In the early 90's, both Kim (already well-established at the time) and an unknown singer Lee Yoon-soo (LYS) wanted to record the song and Lee Dae-heon gave it to LYS as he felt sympathy for this poor musician. LYS's version of the song was arranged by the legendary South Korean guitarist Ham Choon-ho (of "The Poet and the Village Headmaster") and released in 1991. FYI, the writer of this song, Lee Dae-heon, is the father of actress Lee Hana.
Kim Kwang-seok's version of the song was, unfortunately, released posthumously in 1996. This song is a 2001 version, produced by Ham Choon-ho amd rearranged by Ham, Jo Dong-ik, Kim Hyung-seok, et. al.