Crying Nut(크라잉넛) is a South Korean indie rock band. Their 1998 debut album sold over 100,000 copies, setting a new record for South Korean independent rock albums . They released four albums up to 2002. However, as their members had to fulfill their mandatory military service, they had to take some time off.
Cherry Filter (체리필터) is a Korean rock band that was started by Jijonbo and his long time friends in 1997. They were mostly underground until their second album "Made in Korea?" became an instant hit with its single "Nangman Goyangi" (낭만 고양이). Since then, Cherry Filter has become one of the most popular Korean bands around.
부활 (Boo Hwal – Born Again), is a Korean rock band formed in 1985 by the guitarist/songwriter 김태원. He changed the name from The End to 부활 in ‘86 following the departure of the vocalist 김종서 (Kim Jong Seo). They led the heavy metal boom in the 80’s along with other bands such as 백두산 (Baekdoosan), 시나위 (Sinawe), H2O, and 블랙홀 (Black Hole).
갤럭시 익스프레스 (English: Galaxy Express) is a rock band which was made up in 2006 in Seoul, South Korea. Currently it consists of three members: 이주현 (Lee Joohyeon) - Bass/Vocals, 박종현 (Park Jonghyeon) - Guitar /Vocals, and 윤홍구 (Yoon Honggu) - Drums. Each member gained experience in the music scene in the bands like Ghetto Bombs, Vassline, etc.
브로콜리 너마저 (Broccoli, you too) is a Korean band, formed in 2005. 브로콜리 너마저 (Broccoli, you too?)
목욕탕에서 질질 짜다 나온듯한 순도 100%의 감성 밴드, ‘브로콜리 너마저’.
귀로 들리는 순간 입안에 맴도는, 청승소년소녀를 위한 노래들, [앵콜요청금지]
▶ 2007년 하반기 최고의 신인 ‘브로콜리 너마저’
Members: Kim Min-kyu; guitar, vocals 김민규 Yun Jun-ho; bass, vocals 윤준호 Lee Seung-ki; keyboards 이승기 Oh In-nok; drums 오인록 Choi Jae-hyuk; drums 최재혁 (Oh In-nok played drums on the first album. Choi Jae-hyuk has been playing for the live performances since late 1997 and on the second album.)
Seo Taiji (born Jeong Hyeon-Cheol on February 21, 1972) is a South Korean singer and musician. As a cultural comparison, Taiji’s levels of popularity in Korea is analogous to the popularity of Michael Jackson in the mid-1980s.
Vanilla Unity formed in 2004. That same year the band won third prize at the K-rock Championship and recieved a special award for best new band. In 2005 they signed to the rock label gom ent. In January 2006, they released their debut album, Love. Members
Trax is a name of at least five artists:  A South Korean band, TRAX (originally The TRAX) formed in the summer of 2004 by S.M. Entertainment and formerly produced by X Japan's co-founder Yoshiki. The name "TRAX" refers to "recording tracks", but also stands for the first letter of each original member's stage name, Typhoon of the Rose Attack on X-Mas.