K-Rock band "Eve", led by Kim Seheon (b. 2 June, Seoul, Korea; Lead vocals), released their first album in 1998: they made their debut as a project group with Kim Seheon as their leader - four members including... Vocals:Kim Seheon + Guitar:Park Woong + Producer/Vocals: G. Gorilla (Goh Hyungi) + Bass: Kim Gun. Eve's steady efforts in creating music have shown us that they proved themselves to be recognized as a promising k-rock band.

Seheon started his music career as a leading role in an indie band named "Extasy" since 1989, but his official debut took place when he got a leading vocal position as Extasy emerged from underground and renewed their name into G.I.R.L. (Get Into the Rock 'n roll Legend) in 1996. Their official title song "Aspirin" swept over all the k-pop/k-rock charts the same year, and their debut album was recorded as number one in sales among all k-rock albums at the same time. Eve received one of the top 10 k-pop/k-rock musician awards from SBS in 1996.

G.I.R.L., however, had to split up after the release of their 2nd album, and Seheon made a decision to form a new rock band on the day of Christmas Eve in 1997. This is how they named their band "Eve."

Kim Seheon found G. Gorilla (aka Ko Hyun Ghi; b. 20 Feb.; producer/songwriter/vocals) while he was searching for new members to join in. As a producer/writer/arranger, Gorilla created a scent of the one and only "Rock Band Eve" for the first 4 albums.

Park Woong (b. 3 July; guitar) and Kim Gun (b. 7 Nov.; bass) also started their music career in indie rock bands, such as Athanasia and Rock World, before joining in with Eve.

In April 1998, Eve's first title song "Whenever You Feel....." created a great sensation among music fans. Moreover, the uplifting tracks on their 2nd ("Eros," 1999) and 3rd ("Fly To You," 2000) albums heated up the charts again.

However, G. Gorilla decided to break away from Eve and formed G. Gorilla Band, and Park Woong & Kim Gun also formed a band called Virus in 2002, after going through the twilight of stagnation in k-rock music industries.

Kim Seheon reorganized his band with new members including Ha Sebin (guitar), Jung Yuhwa (guitar), Kim Seungjoo (bass), and Choi Minchang (keyboards), for his 6th album "Welcome to Planet Eve." He also found his own company "Planet Eve Entertainment" in 2003.

Eve's music is enough to show us an impression of the depth of their unique color of k-rock music genre



Eve Vol. 1 - Eve
* Released: August 5, 1998
* Label: WoongJin Music
* Tracks: 13

Eve Vol. 2 - Eros

* Released: May 6, 1999
* Label: WoongJin Music
* Tracks:

Eve Vol. 3 - Fly to You

* Released: April 11, 2000
* Label: Yedang Records
* Tracks: 14

Eve Vol. 4 - Swear

* Released: April 17, 2001
* Label: I.K.POP/World Music
* Tracks: 15

Eve Vol. 5 - Ever

* Released: November 13, 2002
* Label: World Music Records, Korea
* Tracks: 14

Eve Vol. 6 - Welcome to Planet Eve

* Released: October 30, 2003
* Label: EMI Music Korea
* Tracks: 16

Eve Vol. 7 - Seventh Evening

* Released: May 24, 2006
* Label: Sony Music/BMG
* Tracks: 13

Eve Vol. 8 - Play Me

* Released: September 3, 2007
* Label: Sony Music/BMG
* Tracks: 9

Greatest hits

Eve Best - Memoir for Your Everything (Disc 1)
* Released: April 25, 2003
* Label: Platinum Music Korea
* Tracks: 13

Eve Best - Memoir For Your Everything (Disc 2
* Released: April 25, 2003
* Label: Platinum Music Korea
* Tracks: 13

Live album

Eve Live - The History of Eve: Live in Seoul 2004

* Released: June 26, 2004
* Label: EMI Music Korea
* Tracks: 16


Music videos

* Whenever You Feel...(Duet)
* Come On (1999)
* Agape (2000)
* I'll Be There (2001)
* Lean on Time... (2002)
* Ghost School (2003)
* Goodbye (2006)


Eve Live - The History of Eve: Live at the Polymedia Theater, South Seoul Korea, March 2004

* Released: 2004
* Label: Sonic Media, C & S DVD, A-Run Production

source: http://en.wikipedia.org/

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