Seo Taiji & Boys was formed in 1991 with Seo Taiji, Lee Juno and Yang Hyun-Seok.
De laatste jaren is menige tentoonstelling niet doorgegaan vanwege deze dierziekte en dat heeft tot heel wat frustratie geleid.
Maar het goede nieuws is dat daarin verandering lijkt te gaan komen.
As Im grew older, she remained active on television and the occasional film, in supporting roles as ajummas, aunts or mothers.
As if coming full circle, she played one of the adult characters in a 2010 musical theatre adaptation of her early hit I Really Really Like You.
"Blown away" by his music, Yang offered to join the group and they later recruited Lee who was one of the top dancers in Korea.
In 1998, he established YG Entertainment and released his first solo album which featured a song composed by Seo Taiji.
In Farewell, she shocked audiences by playing a Fatal Attraction-esque villain for the first time.
Im also played the character Dal-soo in a series of one-act dramas for MBC Best Theater from 1995 to 2005.
The "Really Really" series established Im as the most popular young actress of that period, and for the next several years, youth melodramas starring her dominated the theaters in quick succession, often with Lee Deok-hwa as her leading man: Prayer of a Girl (1976), Ever So Much Good!