Kim Kyung-ho

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Kim Kyung-Ho
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Background information
Birth name 김경호
Born (1971-06-07) June 7, 1971 (age 46)
Origin Mokpo, South Korea
Genres Hard rock, metal, K-pop,
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, Producer
Instruments Vocals, Guitar, Keyboard, Piano, Organ
Years active 1989 – Present
Labels Mnet media
Website www.kimkyungho.com

Kim Kyung Ho (김경호, born June 7, 1971) is a Korean rock singer known for his efforts in bringing rock music to South Korea and his 4 octave vocal range.

Kim was born in Mokpo, South Korea, 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.[1] Recently he has enjoyed renewed popularity through his participation in variety shows, and numerous appearances in televised singing competitions as part of an entourage of industry-veteran vocalists, on May 15 and May 22, 2016, he appeared on King of Mask Singer (episodes 59–60) and had a powerful performance.[2]

Discography[edit]

Studio Albums[edit]

Year Title Release Date
1995 Kim Kyung Ho December 1, 1995
1997 Kim:kyungho 1997 June 30, 1997
1998 Kim Kyung Ho III - 00:00:1998 August 31, 1998
1999 Kim Kyung Ho IV - For 2000 AD April 30, 1999
2000 Kim Kyung Ho V - 와인 July 1, 2000
2001 Kim Kyung Ho VI - The Life August 13, 2001
2003 Kim Kyung Ho 7 - Open Your Eyes August 11, 2003
2004 Kim Kyung Ho 7.5 - 시작 : How July 12, 2004
2006 Kim Kyung Ho 8 - Unlimited February 23, 2006
2007 Kim Kyung Ho Vol. 9 - Infinity November 30, 2007
2009 Kim Kyung Ho - Chapter Zero April 10, 2009
2009 Kim Kyung Ho 9.5 - Alive June 22, 2009
2013 Kim Kyung Ho 10 - 공존 February 22, 2013

Live Albums[edit]

Year Title Release Date
1997 Kim Kyung Ho: Live Late 1997
2002 Kim Kyung Ho - Best & Live January 2002
2014 KIMKYUNGHO 20th ANNIVERSARY ALBUM October 2014

Videos[edit]

Year Title Release Date
1997 Kim Kyung Ho: Live Early 1998
2000 Kim Kyung Ho Concert Live - Millennium Rock Concert 2000
2002 Kim Kyung Ho - Best & Live January 2002
2014 KIMKYUNGHO 20th ANNIVERSARY ALBUM October 2014

Awards[edit]

Mnet Asian Music Awards[edit]

Year Category Work Result
2000 Best Rock Performance "Wine" (와인)[3][4] Nominated
2001 "Sacrifice" (희생)[5] Nominated

Variety show[edit]

Year Title Network Role
2003 X-Man SBS Guest, episodes 1–6
2011 I Am a Singer 1 MBC Contestant, episodes 26–47
2012 Hidden Singer Pilot JTBC Contestant, episodes 2
2013 Hidden Singer 1 JTBC Guest, episodes 6,16 and 17
2013 Hidden Singer 2 JTBC Guest, episodes 2,6 and 12
2014 Hidden Singer 3 JTBC Guest, episodes 0(Lee Sun-hee) and 11
2014 Running Man SBS Guest, episodes 179–180 and 221
2015 King of Mask Singer JSTV Contestant as "The Last Samurai", episodes 8 and 10-11
2015 Hidden Singer 4 JTBC Guest, episodes 6 and 8
2016 Immortal Songs KBS2 Contestant, episodes 181,182,241-242,246,257,267,272
2016 King of Mask Singer MBC Contestant as "The Lamp Genie", episodes 59–60
2016 Duet Song Festival MBC Contestant with Han Byung-ho, episodes 15 and 18-19
2016 Vocal War:Voice of God SBS Contestant, episodes 15 -16
2016 Running Man SBS Guest, episodes 312
2016 Happy Together KBS2 Guest, episodes 471
2017 I Can See Your Voice 4 Mnet Contestant, episode 14

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Singer Kim Suffers From Rare Disease". Korea Times. 9 December 2007. Archived from the original on 29 September 2012. Retrieved 31 August 2010. 
  2. ^ Jo Yoon-seon (May 22, 2016). "'복면가왕' 음악대장 9연승 신화…램프의 요정은 김경호 (종합)". Sports Chosun (in Korean). Retrieved May 29, 2016. 
  3. ^ "2000 MMF part 1". MAMA. Retrieved 2014-06-25.
  4. ^ "2000 M.net Korean Music Festival Winners list". MAMA. Retrieved 2014-06-12.
  5. ^ "2001 M.net Korean Music Festival Winners list". MAMA. Retrieved 2014-07-22.

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