Lee Seung-Yoon

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Lee Seung-Yoon
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Born (1989-08-21) August 21, 1989 (age 32)
NationalitySouth Korean
CitizenshipSouth Korea
  • Singer-songwriter
  • Vocalist of an indie
  • Rock-band Alary-Kansion

Lee Seung-Yoon (Korean Born; August 21, 1989) is a South Korean singer-songwriter and the vocalist of an indie, rock-band Alary-Kansion.

He has come into the spotlight after many years since his debut thanks to the hit TV show, Sing Again by JTBC, which began airing on November 16, 2020.

As the show does not allow the singers to reveal their names until they get to the TOP 10, he still performs as singer No.30.He has immediately garnered a fanbase of all age groups since his first performance, which was a cover of Park Jin-young 'Honey' interpreted in his own unique style. After seeing the performance, the young female judges were not shy about commenting his sex appeal. However, the other judges zoomed in on his musical talent and potential, which moved him up to the next round with 7 Agains. In Round 2, where he performed duo with singer No.63, they chose Shin Hae-chul 'After the Play' and performed the song with maximum flair[1] . The head of the judgesYou Hee-yeol praised that despite the entirely different style of arrangement, they managed to keep the experimental spirit Shin Hae-chul had showcased with the song some 30 years ago. The duo received a rave response from the viewers as well as the judges and safely moved on to the next round. In Round 3, the two singers who sang as a duo in the previous round were pit against each other. No.63 opted for a straightforward, authentic ballad whereas No.30 stepped up another notch and boldly took the challenge by choosing Lee Hyo-Ri's 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang', a dance number, and turning it into a completely unconventional performance[2]. His performance left some judges awestruck while the rest were a bit confused. The divide in the judges' responses led to the victory of No.63, sending No.30 to the elimination candidate pool. Thanks to the great anticipation for his creativity and originality on the part of judges, however, he joined the other two contestants who got saved from elimination to compete with the remaining contestants in the next round. In the trailer for the next round, which is the round where the TOP 10 will be decided, No.30 abandoned his somewhat modest and toned down persona and declared with utmost determination that he would make it into TOP 10[3]

Discography solo albums

  • Today (Korean: 오늘도) May 7, 2013 Indie, Rock
  • Anti-translators (Korean: 반역가들) December 10, 2013 Indie, Rock/Metal
  • How Pretty the Moon Is (Korean:달이 참 예쁘다고) September 11, 2018 Indie, Rock/Metal
  • Heart Borrowed from Daybreak (Korean: 새벽이 빌려준 마음 ) August 28, 2019 Indie/Ballad
  • Summer, 1995 (Korean: 1995년 여름) February 10, 2020 Indie/Ballad
  • Hero Collector (Korean:영웅수집가) September 25, 2020 Indie, Rock/Metal


  • Finalist in the 2011 MBC Campus Song Festival


  1. Kang, Jin A (Dec 8, 2020). "'싱어게인' 30호X63호 '누구 허니 팀' 무대, 최고의 1분 9.3%". Newsis.
  2. Cho, Eun Ae (Dec 22, 2020). "'싱어게인' 30호 '치티치티뱅뱅' 무대에 심사위원 혼돈…라이벌전 빅 매치 결과는?". Sportshankook.
  3. Son, Bong Seok (Jan 12, 2021). "'싱어게인' 30호 "TOP10 들어가겠습니다"". Kyunghyang Shinmun.

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