Meet Cho Yong Pil: who some call the Michael Jackson of South Korea. He's the man who knocked PSY off the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Korea K-Pop Hot 100 chart with his track "Bounce."
Cho recently returned with his first album almost a decade "Hello" in April.
Cho rarely gives interviews, but was humbled by the international attention to his return. "I came this far with only one thing in mind, my motto: 'I can do it' and I feel like I’ve been blessed."
Excellent tracks like "Bounce" and "Hello" represent the bright nature of Cho's 19th album.
Excellent new songs like "Bounce" and "Hello" represent the bright nature of Cho's new LP. The album's artwork is on the banner behind him.
Cho warms up for his a show at the Olympic Park Gymnastic Stadium, Seoul’s near 15,000-seat capacity venue.
“I think the album is receiving a lot of attention because it’s my first in 10 long years,” remarks Cho of his "Hello" record.
Cho prepares for a show at Seoul's Olympic Park Gymnastic Stadium.
The guitarist/vocalist receieved over 700 tracks from domestic and international composers, but opted for ones that speak to today's trends.
"I’m not afraid of change," the K-pop legend says of his approach to music.
"I just don’t know where that kind of passion comes from," Cho remarked of his dedicated to his act--that's lasted the test of time--as he prepares for a show promoting his 19th album.