March 25 marks the comeback of the legendary singer, Lee Sun Hee, and some of her closest junior artists such as Lee Seung Gi, Yoon Do Hyun, Lim Jeong Hee and Gummy, joined her on stage for her showcase.
Lee Sun Hee threw her comeback showcase for her 15th album “Serendipity” where she performed several of her new songs. Lee Seung Gi, Yoon Do Hyun, Gummy, Lim Jeong Hee and Tacapy also performed some of Lee Sun Hee’s greatest hits throughout the years.
Tacapy started off the night with “Smile for a Spell” followed by Lim Jeong Hee’s “Beautiful Country.” Lim Jeong Hee also stated, “I’m so excited and having so much fun that I’m running out of breath. I picked this song because it was what made me dream of becoming a singer.”
Next up was Gummy, who sang “I Want to Know.” She also commented, “I want to congratulate senior Lee Sun Hee, whom I love and respect, for her 30-year anniversary and 15th album release showcase. This is such an honor for me.”
Often known as “Lee Sun Hee’s mentee,” Lee Seung Gi took the stage next and sang “To J.” After the performance, he commented, “I was so nervous backstage that my legs shook as I came out. It’s hard for celebrities to have such a long run but seeing how my close senior has done it, it is a great honor for me to be here.”
Lastly, Yoon Do Hyun rocked the stage with “I Always Miss You,” which he also performed a few years ago on “I Am A Singer.”
Lee Sun Hee debuted in 1984 and has become a huge influence in Korean music. “Serendipity” is Lee Sun Hee’s first album in five years since the release of her 14th album in 2009. There is a total of nine tracks in “Serendipity,” with all tracks being written and composed by Lee Sun Hee with the help of other big name producers such as Duble Sidekick, Park Geun Tae and Epitone Project.