Young-soo Cho, Young-woong Lim effect “Jamsil L Tower can be moved”

Young-soo Cho, Young-woong Lim effect “Jamsil L Tower can be moved”

Edited 2022.03.14 10:08Enter 2022.03.14 09:57

Composer Jo Young-soo appeared on KBS Joy ‘Twentieth Century Hit Song’ on the 11th. / Photo = KBS Joy broadcast capture

[아시아경제 온라인이슈팀] Composer Jo Young-soo chose trot singer Lim Young-woong’s ‘Now I Only Trust’ as his copyright filial song.

On the afternoon of the 11th, on the cable channel KBS Joy’s entertainment program ‘Twentieth Century Hit Song’, which was broadcast on the afternoon of the 11th, MC Kim Hee-cheol mentioned that MC Kim Hee-cheol said, “Thankfully, such articles have been published several times.” He replied, “When many people see me, they talk about copyright fees the most.”

Cho Young-soo chose ‘Now I Only Trust’, which he composed in 2020 as his song to pay tribute to his copyright. This song was sung by singer Lim Young-woong and made his name known to the public.

Next, Kim Heechul asked, “How much is the (copyright fee) for this song?” and “Do you think it is possible to transfer the address to Jamsil L?” Jo Young-soo surprised me by replying, “I think it is possible to move the address. Not yet, but in the future.”

Meanwhile, Cho Young-soo, a composer who debuted in the 1996 MBC University Song Festival ‘New Nagi’, has worked on various genres of music, including Olympic awards music, military songs, school songs, songs, and trot. It is reported that more than 700 of his songs are currently registered with the Korea Copyright Association.

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