TaeGoon \"Call Me\" Debut
Taegoon joined Logi Entertainment and made his debut in January 2009 after failing hundreds of auditions. With production from Sound Of Strike and Bang Si-hyuk, his first mini album was released. He performed for the first time on the January 17, 2009 episode of MBC Show! Music Core. The song was moderately successful, and Taegoon received countless endorsement offers, which is rare for a new singer. He was signed as a model for EXR's Dressed to Kill clothing brand. (In which, Jaejoong of TVXQ-JYJ featured in the music video to help a friend.) While promoting the lead single "Call Me", he was heavily criticized for his heavy use of backup vocals during live performances Because of the difficulties Taegoon was facing at this time, he quickly ended promotions for the album and went back into training. Taegoon's senior in the industry Wheesung learned of the comments about Taegoon's singing skills and offered to help. While training with Wheesung, Taegoon was required to sing Call Me over 1,000 times to improve his abilities. He also had to control the amounts of sleep he got, his diet, and the time he spent rehearsing and report back to Wheesung daily. After the time spent training, Taegoon began to record his next single. As a gift, Wheesung wrote and composed two songs for Taegoon.
TaeGoon \"Call Me\" Debut
"Call Me" was the first single to be released from the album. The debut performance was on MBC's show Music Core on January 17, 2009. The video for the song featured Park Shin-hye and TVXQ's Hero Jaejoong.
KISS&CRY "Domino Game": KISS&CRY had high expectations after their extremely catchy and powerful debut track. The song received much attention, and many had high hopes for the group. Unfortunately, this was their only hit, and they disbanded shortly thereafter.
Taegoon "Call Me": It's not common to find a rookie make such big waves with their debut song, but that was the case for Taegoon. Having one of the biggest debut stages of all time, Taegoon rose to immense popularity despite debuting among various girl groups.
With so many groups debuting, oftentimes, it is difficult to gain the spotlight. However, there are so many groups that deserved better but never got the chance; here are six underrated artists that you may not know!
1. 5dolls (F-ve Dolls): Consisting of six members, this female group was created by Core Contents Media back in 2011 as a subunit from the mixed group Coed School. Without a doubt, when they made their debut as a subunit, they rose to popularity for their catchy bops.
4. Battle: Taking their first stage in 2006, Battle members were personally chosen by the members of Shinhwa, earning them the title of the "next Shinhwa" unfortunately, three years after their debut, it was confirmed that the band would go on a hiatus, only for the day of their hiatus to never come to an end.
5. MBLAQ: Originally produced by the veteran singer Rain, MBLAQ probably made one of the biggest debuts in K-Pop history. Many were anticipating how a group produced by Rain would sound and look like, and on top of that, what garnered the public's attention was the family ties of certain members of MBLAQ. With member Thunder being 2NE1 Dara's younger brother, Mir being actress Go Eun Ha's younger brother!
6. A'ST1: Pronounced as A-Style, this six-member multinational boy group debuted with DSP Media, with a collective mix of Chinese, Korean and Japanese members, just a bit after a year of debuting, DSP Media announced that the band disbanded on December 1, 2009.
Poco después de su debut, Taegoon atrajo fans internacionales de Tailandia , Japón y otros países. El 13 de mayo de 2009, Taegoon lanzó su segundo mini album, Rising Star. El single promocional Superstar alcanzó un éxito parecido al anterior, y las críticas respecto a sus habilidades en el canto cesaron. 350c69d7ab