Biography

Eru (이루), the son of Tae Jin-ah, one of Korea’s most renowned traditional pop singers, entered the K-pop scene himself, during a break from Berkley College of Music. He underwent 2 years of strict training before releasing his debut album in 2005. Eru’s debut album included the work of top musicians such as Joo Young-hoon, Lee Hyun-jeong, the composer of Big Mama’s “Break Away” and vocal trainer Noh Young-joo, who also trained BoA, Fly to the Sky and Lee Soo-young. Top session players in Korea also participated on the album along with a 100-member string orchestra.
In 2006, Eru released his 2nd album entitled “LEVEL II.” The realistic and emotional lyrics and beautiful melodies on Eru’s second album show a more mature side of the singer.

Date of birth : July 5th, 1983
Physique : 184cm, 73kg
Education : Berkley College of Music
Hobbies : Playing the piano, watching movies, exercising, games
Talents : Writing song and lyrics

Discography:
Begin to Breathe (1st album, 2005)
Level II (2nd album, 2006)

Edited by Lucky_Sheep on 23 Jan 2007, 16:24

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