Seo Taiji is a legendary Korean singer and musician. He was formerly part of the trio Seo Taiji & Boys until the group disbanded in 1996. After the group's breakup, he went on to release solo albums and produce other artists and bands such as Nell and PIA.
- Stage Name: Seo Taiji (서태지)
- Real Name: Jung Hyun Chul (정현철)
- Birthday: February 21, 1972
- Birthplace: Seoul, Korea
- Blood Type: O
- Height: 173cm
- Weight: 55kg
- Favorite Food: Pork Ribs
At the age of 14, Seo Taiji played in several amateur rock bands. In 1990, at the age of 17, he was recruited into the metal band Sinawe (pronounced shee-nah-wee) to play bass. Seo chose to drop out of school, a system that he felt did nothing but corrupt the minds of youth, and became a professional musician.
After leaving Sinawe in 1991, Seo Taiji switched gears and formed the dance group Seo Taiji & Boys with dancers Lee Juno and Yang Hyun Suk. The group released four studio albums before officially disbanding in January of 1996. After the break up of the group, Seo Taiji moved to New York City where he worked on his first solo outing.
- [1998.07.07] Seo Tai Ji
- [2000.09.08] Ultramania (울트라맨이야)
- [2004.01.27] 7th Issue
- [2009.07.01] 8th Atomos
- [2001.04.10] Seo Taiji Band Live Album 2000/2001 (태지의 話)
- [2004.12.09] Live Tour Zero 04
- [2009.12.24] The Great 2008 Seotaiji Symphony with Tolga Kashif & Royal Philharmonic
- [2010.07.16] 2009 SEOTAIJI BAND LIVE TOUR [The Möbius]
- [2003.02.17] '02 ETPFEST Live & 6th Album Re-recording (Special Album)
- [2007.11.29] [&] SEOTAIJI 15TH ANNIVERSARY (Best Album/Box Set)
- [2008.10.24] BERMUDA [Triangle]
- [2001.05.11] Seo Taiji Band Concert Video 2000/2001
- [2005.02.23] Seotaiji Live Tour Zero 04
- [2005.11.21] 2004 Seotaiji Record of the 7th
- [2010.02.19] The Great 2008 Seotaiji Symphony with Tolga Kashif & Royal Philharmonic
- [2010.11.12] 2009 SEOTAIJI BAND LIVE TOUR [The Möbius]
- [2001.10.13] Feel the Soul
- His debut album is counted as his fifth album, as it follows the count from Seo Taiji & Boys released albums. Since 2004 he includes the release order number on the titles, like 7th Issue and 8th Atomos, however those titles belong to his third and fourth solo albums respectively.