Kim Kyung Ho is a Korean rock singer known for his efforts in bringing rock music to South Korea and his 4 octave vocal range. His debut album, released in 1995, was entitled "Kim Kyung Ho" and, while not commercially successful, earned him some recognition among Korean rock music fans. His more novel second album, "kim:kyungho 1997" was much better received. He also collaborated to the soundtrack of the 2002 Korean drama series Empress Myeongseong and 2004 (of which he covered Within Temptation song; "Mother Earth"). His most recent album, 9.5th Alive was released on June 25, 2009. In 2007 Kim was diagnosed with Avascular necrosis.
He said he was bullied by fellow students when he was in high school because he was pale and skinny.
“Some seniors tried to hug me or make me sit on their laps, and it was very humiliating,” said Kim.
He said he had to be a lookout for seniors while they smoked so teachers wouldn’t catch them.
He often smelled like cigarettes and was falsely accused of being a smoker as his teachers caught him holding cigarettes after the other students abandoned him.
“My teachers were disappointed in me. Imagine how depressed I must have been at a young age,” he said, adding that he preferred being in the classroom over break time.
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Posted By: WeeBug |
9/25/13 10:59 AM
Koreans need to be exposed to rock music more this guy is a saint!