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K.Will (케이윌) Birth name Kim Hyung-Soo Also known as HyungKnight Born December 30, 1981 (1981-12-30) (age 29) Seoul, South Korea Origin South Korea Genres R&B, soul Occupations Singer, vocal coach, dancer, composer, actor Instruments Piano, beatboxing, rapping Years active 2006 - present Labels Big Hit Entertainment (2006 - 2007) Starship Entertainment (2008 - present) Associated acts 8Eight Baek Ji Young Brown Eyed Girls Dynamic Duo E Sung Eun Ji Won Epik High Fly to the Sky Girls' Generation Gilme Hye Mi JP Kim (Kim Jin-pyo) Kim Tae-woo Lim Jeong-Hee Navi Mario MC Mong Mighty Mouth Outsider Rain SG Wannabe Suho Sweet Sorrow Taw TVXQ Uhm Jung-Hwa Zia Boyfriend (Idol Group) Kim Hyung-Soo (Korean: 김형수; born December 30, 1981), better known by his stage name K.Will (Korean: 케이윌) is a South Korean ballad singer, vocal coach,[1] dancer, composer, and actor. K.Will first became known in South Korean through his single called “Dream” in “A Love to Kill” OST, released in 2006. A year after his single and 5 years after as a trainee and a vocal coach, he released his first album “Left Heart” in 2007. Then, after two years, he came back with a successful single, "Love 119," in December 2008. This was followed by a mini album “Dropping the Tears” in April 2009 and his second (and latest) album “Miss, Miss and Miss” in November 2009. K.Will has a great deal of collaborations and drama soundtracks to his name, and can even rap and dance.[2][3][4] Contents 1 Beginnings 1.1 Childhood 1.2 Pre-Debut 2 Career 2.1 2006-2007 2.2 2008-2009 2.3 2010 3 Discography 3.1 Albums 3.2 Mini albums 3.3 Singles 3.4 Soundtracks 3.5 Collaborations 4 Filmography 5 Reception 5.1 Awards 6 References 7 External links 8 News archive Beginnings Childhood K.Will loved singing since he was little, and he began by singing along with his mother while she was playing the guitar. He has even been kicked out of a class once, because he was humming in reading class.[5] After graduating from high school, he finally determined that he was going to become a singer, and told his parents. However, they opposed that idea and tried to compromise with him so that he could do music along with another work. It was too difficult for him to do two jobs at once, so he decided to just do music. Pre-Debut K.Will participated in lots of auditions and looked for potential composers to be able to sing more.[6] When he was a trainee, he would do anything to sing, such as performing at street concerts, singing backup, or singing the chorus for more famous artists. During that time, his friendships with today well-known artists--8Eight, Lim Jeong-Hee, SG Wannabe, Sweet Sorrow, etc.--started. During his work as a vocal guide (guide vocalist), K.Will also was part of an amateur a cappella group and performed at street concerts around the country for two years.[7] K.Will is frequently mistaken as the songwriter for TVXQ's “Hug” and it was clarified by an interview on KBS World.[8] Career 2006-2007 When K.Will was helping Rain produce his second album, he was noticed by Park Jin-Young, an influential producer in the Korean music industry. Park Jin-Young wrote and composed the title track of K.Will's first album “Left Heart”. K.Will's first album, titled "Left Heart" was released on March 6, 2007. Though "Left Heart" is noted as K.Will’s debut album, he had already got a debut stage before with Lim Jeong-hee (Street Dive also known as J-Lim) in the year 2006. During this time, streaming videos of K.Will singing some of Mariah Carey’s songs surfaced. K.Will sang "Without You," "My All," and "I Still Believe". He performed them so well that he ended up getting the name “Male Mariah” in Korea.[9] Soon more videos surfaced, notably of him singing the high notes in Celine Dion's song "My Heart Will Go On" from the movie Titanic.[10] 2008-2009 On December 2, 2008, K.Will released a digital single "Love 119". The single achieved #1 on online charts and ranked #2 on the KBS Music Bank K-Chart without any promotions.[11] Thanks to the popularity of "Love 119", K.Will released a mini album titled "Dropping the Tears" on March 31, 2009. His deep, husky and beautiful voice made the song full of emotion and it also reached #1 on online charts, though at a slower pace than "Love 119."[12] He also worked with two members of Girls' Generation, Yuri and Tiffany. Yuri appeared in his "Dropping the Tears" music video while Tiffany sang a duet with him called "Girl, Meets Love". During the album promotions, Lee Min-Ho, the lead actor of KBS Boys Over Flowers, asked K.Will for vocal training. Thanks to K.Will's help, Lee Min-Ho was able to sing the song "My Everything".[13] Not long before ending the mini album promotions, K.Will surprised many with his versatility. He did a special stage with Outsider the fastest rapper in South Korea, and K.Will rapped almost as fast as him.[14] Because of the popularity of the Brilliant Legacy OST (in which he participated), he was invited to join the "Korean Music Festival 2009" in Japan, along with T-Max and Jo Sung-Mo.[15] He made his debut in acting in the "Soul Special: Music Drama"[16] where he worked with Han Hyo-Joo. The drama “Soul special” was a revolution in the entertainment business since all episodes were only released online.[17] In October 2009, a few weeks before the release of his second album, K.Will was diagnosed with the H1N1 virus. Though he recovered in less than a week, his second album was postponed until November 5, 2009.[18] His title track, "Miss, Miss and Miss" was a moderate success and reached its peak at #8 on the KBS Music Bank K-Chart. He also collaborated with Outsider in this album, after their success during the summer. However, their song, "Hypnosis" was banned by KBS because it contained the word “mute”. This was unfortunate as Starship Entertainment had planned to promote this song after "Miss, Miss and Miss".[19] K.Will is also a dancer, and as a result, netizens name him as a multi-talented artist.[20][21] On December 25, 2009, (Christmas Day) K.Will held his first solo concert. Tickets sold out faster than any other solo artist.[22] 2010 K.Will debuted in the U.S.A. on "THE THREE ROMANTICISTS" concert along with Kim Bum Soo and Yoo Seung-Chan on March 5, 2010.[23][24] His new single titled "Present" was released for this spring on March 10, 2010 and achieved #1 on many online music charts.[25][26] Discography Albums ※ Bold at the space of "Tracks" means promotional singles in each album. Album # Album Information Tracklisting 1st Left Heart Released: March 6, 2007 Language: Korean 사랑할 때마다 - Everytime We Love Day & Night (Feat. Baek Ji-Young) 왼쪽 가슴 - Left Heart 나 나쁘죠 (Feat. Kim Tae-Woo) - Aren’t I Bad 하리오 - Will Do 사랑은 좋은 거 (Feat. Common Ground) - Love Is Good 낡은 사랑 - Worn Love 버릇 - Habit You (Feat. Sweet Sorrow) 천일동안 - For 1000 Days 2nd Miss, Miss and Miss Released: November 5, 2009 Language: Korean 바람 - Wind 그립고 그립고 그립다 - Miss, Miss and Miss 반복일 뿐이야 - Just a Repeat 최면 (Feat. Outsider) - Hypnosis 눈물연못 - Pond of Tears 사랑해 반대말 - Antonym of I Love You 끊었던 담배 - Once Quit Smoking 필름이 끊겼다 - The Film Stopped 이별 몰랐던 날 - The Day I Didn't Know Farewell 초콜릿 (Project: Color Chocolate) - Chocolate My Last Love 사랑 후유증 - The After effects of Love 다시 사랑하면 안되니 - Can't We Love Once Again? 사랑한단 말을 못해서 (소울 스페셜 OST) - They Can't Love (Soul Special OST) 나무 - Tree 소원 (대왕세종 OST) - Wish (The Great King Sejong OST) 내 가슴이 운다 - My Heart Cries 그립고 그립고 그립다 (Inst.) - Miss, Miss and Miss (Inst.) Mini albums ※ Bold at the space of "Tracks" means promotional singles in each album. Album # Album Information Tracklisting 1st Dropping the Tears Released: March 31, 2009 Language: Korean The Present 1초에 한방울 (Feat. Dynamic Duo) - One Drop Per Second 눈물이 뚝뚝 - Dropping the Tears 소녀, 사랑을 만나다 (Feat. Girls' Generation Tiffany) - Girl, Meets Love 쇼핑 - Shopping Love 119 (Feat. MC Mong) 눈물이 뚝뚝 (Inst.) - Dropping the Tears (Inst.) 소녀, 사랑을 만나다 (Inst.) - Girl, Meets Love (Inst.) 2nd My Heart beating Released: March 10, 2011 Language: Korean 분다 - Blow 입이 떨어지지 않아서 - Speechless 가슴이 뛴다 - ㅡMy Heart beating (Feat. IU (singer) ) 증상 - Symptoms 기가 차 (Feat. Supreme Team & Sistar) - Amazed 선물 (Feat. Eun Ji Won) - Present 입이 떨어지지 않아서 - Speechless (Inst.) 가슴이 뛴다 (Inst.) - My Heart beating (Inst.) Singles Album # Album Information Tracklisting 1st Hario Released: June 6, 2007 Language: Korean 하리오 (Sweet Mix) - Will Do 하리오 (Club Mix) - Will Do 2nd Love 119 Released: December 2, 2008 Language: Korean Love 119 (Feat. MC Mong) 나무 - Tree Love 119 (Inst.) 나무 (Inst.) - Tree (Inst.) 3rd 1 Drop Per Second Released: June 4, 2009 Language: Korean 1초에 한방울 A Mix (Feat. Dynamic Duo) - 1 Drop Per Second A Mix 4th Present Released: March 10, 2010 Language: Korean 선물 (Feat. Eun Ji Won) - Present 선물 (Inst.) - Present (Inst.) 5th Amazed Released: January 21, 2011 Language: Korean 기가 차 (Feat. Supreme Team & Sistar) - Amazed Soundtracks Album Information Tracklisting A Love to Kill OST Released: November 11, 2005 Language: Korean 꿈 - Dream 꿈 (Ballad Ver.) - Dream (Ballad Ver.) Syndrome OST Released: September 4, 2006 Language: Korean 바보처럼 (Intro) - Like a Fool (Intro) 바보처럼 - Like a Fool War of the Money OST Released: June 4, 2007 Language: Korean 혼자 지는 달 (獨自月落) - Moon Setting Alone The Great King Sejong OST Released: June 13, 2008 Language: Korean 소원 - Wish Boat OST (Japanese Movie) Released: June 4, 2009 Language: Korean 1초에 한방울 A Mix (Feat. Dynamic Duo) - 1 Drop Per Second A Mix Shining Inheritance OST Released: June 15, 2009 Language: Korean 사랑은 벌이다 - Love is a Punishment Soul Special: Music Drama OST Released: September 22, 2009 Language: Korean 사랑한단 말을 못해서 - They Can't Love Wedding Dress OST Released: Jan 5, 2010 Language: Korean 눈물연못 - Pond of Tears Obstetrics and Gynecology Doctors OST Released: February 4, 2010 Language: Korean 사랑까진 안돼요 - Not So Far as My Love Dae Mul OST part. 6 Released: November 24, 2010 Language: Korean 태양 – Sun 태양 (Inst.) – Sun (Inst.) The Greatest Love OST Part.1 Released: May 4, 2011 Language: Korean 리얼러브송 - Real Love Song 리얼러브송 (Inst.) - Real Love Song (Inst.) Collaborations Album Information Tracklisting Lim Jeong-Hee - Vol.2 Thanks Released: March 22, 2006 Language: Korean 운명 - Destiny Uhm Jung-Hwa - Vol.9 Prestige Released: October 28, 2006 Language: Korean Come 2 Me Music Is My Life (Part 2) Released: May 7, 2007 Language: Korean Music (Epik High, K.Will) 8Eight - Vol.1 The First Released: August 24, 2007 Language: Korean 들어요 (Feat. K.Will, Lim Jeong-Hee) - Listen Lim Jeong-Hee - Vol.3 Before I Go Released: October 4, 2007 Language: Korean 들어요 (Feat. 8Eight, K.Will) - Listen Hye Mi - Vol.1 Smoothy Released: October 10, 2007 Language: Korean You're My Everything (Feat. K.Will) Suho - To. U (Single) Released: November 5, 2007 Language: Korean 그냥 이렇게.. (Feat. K.Will) - Just Like This.. MBC Music Travel LaLaLa Live Vol.5 Released: June 18, 2009 Language: Korean 지금 이 순간 - This Is The Moment Over The Rainbow (K.Will, Shin Moon-Hee) Project: Color Chocolate Released: August 25, 2009 Language: Korean 초콜릿 (K.Will, Mario) - Chocolate Mighty Mouth - Love Class (EP) Released: September 16, 2009 Language: Korean Why (Feat. K.Will) Taw - I Introduce My Girl Friend (Single) Released: November 25, 2009 Language: Korean 내 여자 친구를 소개합니다 (Feat. Bae Soo-Youn, K.Will) - I Introduce My Girl friend Snow Village (Single) Released: December 21, 2009 Language: Korean 눈 내리는 마을 (After School, Ahn Young-Min, Brown Eyed Girls, Kan Mi-Youn, K.Will, Tei, Sook Hee) - Snow Village E Sung - Yeo Chin So (Single) Released: April 28, 2010 Language: Korean 여.친.소 (With Taw, Kim Hyung Jung) (Feat. K.Will) - Yeo Chin So Blue Brand Vol.2 Trauma Part 1 Released: May 12, 2010 Language: Korean 아무 말도 하지마 (JP Kim Feat. K.Will) - Don't Say Anything After The Bus Left Released: May 13, 2010 Language: Korean 버스가 떠난 뒤에 (Feat. Miryo - Brown Eyed Girls) - After The Bus Left Navi - We Really Loved Each Other (Single) Released: June 21, 2010 Language: Korean 나비 (NAVI) - 우리 정말 사랑했어요 (With K.Will) - We Really Loved Each Other Gilme – Love Actually Released: July 29, 2010 Language: Korean 길미 (Gilme) – 미안해 사랑해서 (With K.Will) - Sorry, I Loved You Zia – Difference (Mini Album) Released: August 6, 2010 Language: Korean 지아 (Zia) – 사랑을 가르쳐 주세요 (Feat. K.Will) - Please, Show Me Your Love Road for Hope ‘Gifts’ Released: November 5, 2010 Language: Korean Road for Hope - 선물 – Various Artists - Gifts The Name – Barely Alive (Single) Released: June 28, 2011 Language: Korean The Name – 겨우 살아 (Feat. K.Will) - Barely Alive Filmography Year Title Role Notes 2009 Soul Special release date : September 28, 2009 - November 5, 2009 Park Ju-ho Online music drama (12 episodes, 5 minutes each) released on TVon (see References below). Reception When he released his first album, he got a lot of compliments from today’s superstar Rain, who said "I believe he’s one of the best vocalists of 2007." and "K.Will has a voice that I really like. His talent is amazing, plus he has even refined it for such a long time. He exerts himself incessantly."[27] Rain’s mentor and songwriter Park Jin-Young once mentioned "People say the songs I wrote are really difficult for other singers to sing in their own style, as they have too much of my personality. But "Left Heart", people don’t even know that it’s my song because K.Will perfectly interpreted the song in his style." He also said "This is the perfect singer which I’m looking for." Lee Min Ho expressed: “I’m very touched. I listened to the songs repeatedly. K.Will’s unique grief voice blended well with the lyrics. This main theme song is really good.” According to Lee Min Ho’s company representative, Lee Min Ho has been persuading people around him to listen to K.Will’s song ‘Miss, Miss, Miss’. Lee Min Ho actively help to promote K.Will’s song.[28] Awards 2007 Top Rookie Singer Award: TV Writers Association[29] 2009 Photogenic Awards: The 10th Korea Visual Arts Festival[30] 2009 Top 10 Artists: The First Melon Music Awards[31] 2010 Male Ballad Singer Award: The 16th Republic of Korea Entertainment Arts Awards[32] References ^ arirangworld, arirangworld,. "(Pops in Seoul) K-will (케이윌) 눈물이 뚝뚝, 1초에 한방울". youtube. Retrieved 2009-07-05.  ^ 박, 세연,. "케이윌, 아웃사이더 ‘외톨이’ 속사포랩 미션성공 ‘빠르다 빨라~’" (in korean). newsen. Retrieved 2009-07-11..  ^ "케이윌, K-Dragon으로 깜짝 변신!" (in korean). The Unionpress. Retrieved 2009-11-22..  ^ 이, 언혁. "케이윌, 발라드 잠시벗고 댄스무대 깜짝 ‘감미로움 여전해’" (in korean). newsen. Retrieved 2009-12-16..  ^ 신, 수연. "(인터뷰) 가수 케이윌, 학창시절 독서실서 쫓겨나 ‘노래 부르다 보니’ ① 한국재경신문" (in korean). jknews. Retrieved 2009-04-28.  ^ Yi, Hae-won. "R&B singer K.WILL would do anything to sing, whether it meant performing on sidewalks or singing backup to more famous artists.". The Junior Herald.  ^ 신, 수연,. "(인터뷰) 솔로가수 케이윌, ‘그룹 활동 다시 해보고피’ ③" (in korean). jknews. Retrieved 2009-04-28.  ^ "(Vid) Old K.will’s chat". Retrieved 2009-06-30.  ^ 126, Lalala,. "Mariah Carey Songs - K.Will (from S.Korea)". youtube. Retrieved 2007-02-04.  ^ 박, 재덕,. "케이윌, ‘초고음2탄’셀린 디옹 화제" (in korean). joynews. Retrieved 2007-03-19.  ^ Ay, Link,. "K.Will visits Lee Hana’s Peppermint". jazzholic. Retrieved 2007-02-01.  ^ Ay, Link,. "K.Will’s mini album rocks the chart". jazzholic. Retrieved 2009-04-01.  ^ Ay, Link,. "K.Will the vocal guru". jazzholic. Retrieved 2009-05-19.  ^ 박, 세연,. "케이윌, 아웃사이더 ‘외톨이’ 속사포랩 미션성공 ‘빠르다 빨라~’" (in korean). newsen. Retrieved 2009-07-11..  ^ 심, 재걸,. "케이윌, ‘한류 페스티벌 무대’ 일본 방문" (in korean). Economy Today. Retrieved 2009-09-08..  ^ Ay, Link,. "K.Will’s first acting debut". jazzholic. Retrieved 2009-09-16.  ^ ITN, KBSN 방송예술원. "컨버젼스 드라마(Convergence Drama) " 쏘울 스페셜"". tvon.nate. Retrieved 2009-10-22.  ^ Ay, Link,. "K.Will is back and healthy". jazzholic. Retrieved 2009-10-20.  ^ 이, 정아. "케이윌, 새 앨범 수록곡 ‘최면’ 방송불가 판정...왜?" (in korean). OSEN. Retrieved 2009-11-10..  ^ "케이윌, K-Dragon으로 깜짝 변신!" (in korean). The Unionpress. Retrieved 2009-11-22..  ^ 이, 언혁. "케이윌, 발라드 잠시벗고 댄스무대 깜짝 ‘감미로움 여전해’" (in korean). newsen. Retrieved 2009-12-16..  ^ 박, 영웅. "케이윌, 데뷔 후 첫 단독 콘서트 전석 매진" (in korean). TV Report. Retrieved 2009-12-18..  ^ ""THE THREE ROMANTICISTS" FEATURING KIM BUM SOO, YOO SEUNG CHAN, & K.WILL". powerhouselive.  ^ Go, Woonchoi. "Love Story In LA - 김범수, 유승찬, 케이윌". youtube. Retrieved 2010-02-16.  ^ Ay, Link. "K.Will’s newest teaser clip draws attention". jazzholic. Retrieved 2010-03-04..  ^ 손, 수정. "케이윌 신곡 '선물' 실시간 차트 1위 기염!" (in korean). todaykorea. Retrieved 2010-03-11..  ^ 박, 재덕,. "박진영-비, 케이윌 '극찬' 릴레이" (in korean). joynews. Retrieved 2007-03-06.  ^ hying, hying,. "Lee Min Ho praises K.Will’s new album". koreanclicks. Retrieved 2009-11-11.  ^ 남, 안우. "케이윌, 방송 작가 선정 ‘2007 최고 신인가수" (in korean). mydaily. Retrieved 2007-06-22..  ^ 김, 형우. "MC몽-케이윌 영상대전 포토제닉상 수상 “화면 잘 받게해줘 감사" (in korean). newsen. Retrieved 2009-11-25..  ^ 김, 형우. "케이윌 멜론뮤직어워드 TOP10 선정 “상복 없었는데.." (in korean). newsen. Retrieved 2009-12-16..  ^ 김, 경일. "(bnt포토) 케이윌 '발라드가수 남자부문 수상'" (in korean). bntnews. Retrieved 2010-01-03..  External links Starship Entertainment K.Will’s Cyworld page K.Will's fan café News archive (인터뷰) 가수 케이윌, 학창시절 독서실서 쫓겨나 ‘노래 부르다 보니’ ① 한국재경신문 : (Interview) K.Will, kicked out of a study room? ‘For singing’ Part 1 (인터뷰) 솔로가수 케이윌, ‘그룹 활동 다시 해보고피’ ③ : (Interview) Singing alone, ‘want to be in a group someday’ Part 3 박진영 "케이윌, 천재성•노력•창법 갖춘 완벽신인 : Park Jin-young & Rain complements K.Will 케이윌, '초고음 2탄' 셀린 디옹 화제 : UCC of K.Will singing a Celine Dion’s song is a hot issue 케이윌 "동방신기, 아이돌 중 최고 보컬 : K.Will says ‘TVXQ is the most talented of the Idol groups’ v · d · eJYP Entertainment Executives Jeong Wook (CEO) · Park Jin-young (owner) · Bang Si-Hyuk (president of Big Hit) Current artists Park Jin Young · Wonder Girls · 2PM · G-Soul · JOO · Park Joon Hyung · San E Subsidiaries Big Hit Entertainment 2AM · 8Eight · Lim Jeong Hee · Lee Hyun · HOMME · David Oh J.Tune Entertainment Rain · Yun Jung Hoon · Miss A · MBLAQ Cube Entertainment 4minute · A Pink · BEAST · G.NA Former artists Byul · Jo Kyoo-cheol · g.o.d. · Han Soo-yeon · Ivy · K.Will · Kim Dong-yoon · Noel · Jay Park · Park Ji-yoon · OneTwo · Son Ho Young · Danny Ahn · Kim Tae Woo Website: JYP Ent. · Big Hit · J.Tune Category Persondata Name K.Will Alternative names Short description Date of birth December 30, 1981 Place of birth Date of death Place of death