'All year round' Lee Mi-ja "Traditional song that represents the sadness of the people...Singing on stage even if they are caught"
'All year round' Lee Mi-ja "Traditional song that represents the sadness of the people...Singing on stage even if they are caught"
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KBS'Year-round Live', which aired on the 27th, illuminated Lee Mi-ja, who has been singing 61-year-old traditional songs in the'All Time Legend' corner./Photo = KBS'Year-round Live' broadcast capture
KBS'Year-round Live', which aired on the 27th, illuminated Lee Mi-ja, who has been singing 61-year-old traditional songs in the'All Time Legend' corner./Photo = KBS'Year-round Live' broadcast capture

KBS'Year-round Live' highlighted the life of the 61-year-old national singer Mija Lee, a traditional song.

On this day, the protagonist of the'All Time Legend' section was Mija. He expressed his extraordinary enthusiasm for singing, saying, "I wore a school uniform in high school and went to the singing competition, but the student said no, so I changed into my normal clothes and went back."

Afterwards, Lee Mi-ja made her gorgeous debut in 1959 with'Nineteen Soon Jung' and hit the last hit with'Camellia'. Even Lee Mi-ja said, "The dimension of learning and recognizing'Camellia' was different from'Nineteen Soonjung'." In fact,'Camellia Girl' was the first Korean popular music song to surpass 100,000 album sales.

Not only this. He was awarded the Broadcasting Music Awards as well as the Mugunghwa Medal for'Sommaeul Teacher'. Since then, Lee Mi-ja Pyo's songs with impressive lyrics such as'Jerro' and'Dad of the Goose' have received great love.

Of course, Lee Mija's life as a singer was not smooth. He said in one broadcast in the past, "Since I've been singing for 57 years, there are many good things and a lot of heartbreaking things. It was banned again because'Camellias' was banned and'Sommaul Teacher' was also a hit. It was too hard," he said, "even if I was caught, I sang it on stage."

Thanks to his silent singing, he released a whopping 560 albums and 2069 songs, and was listed in the Guinness Book of Records. It was recorded as the first popular singer to cross the wall of the Sejong Center for the Performing Arts, and in 2002 performed the first Korean singer in Pyongyang.

Lee Mi-ja said, "I want to say that it is a traditional song rather than the word trotra. Popular songs represent the times and comfort me for the loss of my country and hunger."

[News Inside Reporter Kang Haru news@newsinside.kr]

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