Yang Hyun-suk (Hangul: 양현석; born December 2, 1969 in Seoul, South Korea) is a South Korean singer who rose to fame as a member of Seo Taiji and Boys. After the group disbanded, he founded and became chief executive officer of YG Entertainment, one of the biggest record companies in South Korea.
1992–1996: Seo Taiji & Boys 
Seo Taiji & Boys was formed in 1991 with Seo Taiji, Lee Joono and Yang Hyun-Seok. The group was influential on the Korean music scene, famous for their single, "Nan Arayo" (Hangul: "난 알아요", "I Know"). The group received criticism for various albums, most notably for the song, "Shidaeyugam" (Hangul: 시대유감, "Regret of the Times"), to which the fan out lash led to the abolishment of the Pre-censorship law in 1996. The group disbanded in 1996, with each member pursuing solo activities.
1998-present: YG Entertainment 
In 1998, he established YG Entertainment and released his first solo album which featured a song composed by Seo Taiji. This was their first collaboration since the breakup. Yang Goon has produced fairly successful artists under his entertainment, most notably Jinusean, 1TYM, Se7en, Gummy, Big Bang, and his latest, 2NE1. And even more lately Tablo, Epik High, and PSY joined the company.
Personal life 
In March 2010, Yang revealed that he has been dating former Swi.T member Lee Eun-ju, who is 12 years Yang's junior, for nine years. Lee Eun-ju then gave birth to their first child on August 5, 2010 at 2:01 pm and is named Yang Yoo-Jin. In April 2012, Yang Hyun Suk announced on SBS K-POP STAR that the couple's second child, a baby boy, was born.
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