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Lee Soo-young’s remake hits shelves


Lee Soo-young

Solo singer Lee Soo-young released her second remake album “Classic: The Second Remake” yesterday.

It is her first album in more than three years since her ninth regular album “Dazzle” was released in October 2009. It is also a sequel to her first remake album “Classic” in 2004.

In this album, she included songs that she performed for MBC’s “I’m a Singer” such as “Snow Flower,” originally by Park Hyo-shin, “Fate” by Lee Seung-chul, “Old Story” by Kim Kyu-min and more.

She also included remakes of Sung Si-kyung’s “Hee Jae” and Yoon Jong-shin’s “Finally” along with the special song “The More You Love” from the “Yoo Young-suk 20th Anniversary Album” (2010) to celebrate Yoo’s career.

“Lee feels so grateful for having appeared in ‘I’m a Singer’ as she recovered her love and passion for music at the time,” said Lee’s agency T Entertainment, according to local media reports. “Her longing to be on stage is clearly evident in this album.”

Lee also said that she was happy to be singing once again.

By Lee Sun-min
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