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South Korea (2004 – present)

Lee Seung Gi (Hangul: 이승기, Hanja: 李昇基; born 13 January 1987 in Seoul, South Korea), is a South Korean singer, actor and MC.

Scouted by singer Lee Sun Hee (이선희), Lee Seung Gi trained for 2 years before debuting on 5 June 2004 at the age of 17. “Because You’re My Girl” (내 여자라니까), his debut song from his first album The Dream Of A Moth (나방의 꿈), was a ballad which created “liking older women” syndrome in South Korea. With this song, he won the ‘Best Newcomer’ award in various music award ceremonies in 2004 (such as the KM Music Festival, SBS Music Awards and MBC Best 10 Singers Music Festival). In 2007, he also won the “Best Male Solo Artist” award in the KM Music Festival with his song “White Lie” (착한 거짓말) from his third album, Story Of Seperation (이별 이야기).

Seung Gi released digital single “Will You Marry Me” (결혼해 줄래) in 2009. With this single, he received the “Digital Single Bonsang” award in the 24th Golden Disk Awards. In 2010, he recorded a duet version of his 2007 song “Smile Boy” with South Korean figure skater Kim Yuna, and was used as the official 2010 FIFA World Cup commercial song in South Korea. He also received the “Digital Single Bonsang” award for the second consecutive time in the 25th Golden Disk Awards with his song “Love Taught Me To Drink”.


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