Onnine Ibalgwan

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Sister's Barbershop
Onnine Ibalgwa's first concert, Dec. 12, 2002.
Background information
Origin Seoul, South Korea
Genres K-rock
Modern Rock
Years active 1996–present
Website www.shakeyourbodymoveyourbody.com
Members Lee Seok-won
Lee Neung-ryong
Jeon Dae-jeong
Past members Jeong Dae-wuk
Jeong Mu-jin
Ryu Gi-deok
Yu Cheol-sang
Lee Sang-mun

Onnine Ibalgwan (언니네이발관, Sister's Barbershop) is a Korean modern rock group debuted in 1996.

The band is said to have been named after a Japanese pornographic film which the leader of the band Lee Seok-won had seen when he was a high school student.[1]


Current members[edit]

  • Lee Seok-won (이석원, born 31 August 1971, vocal, rhythm guitar
  • Lee Neung-ryong (이능룡, born 14 October 1978 in Busan, lead guitar)
  • Jeon Dae-jeong (전대정, born 28 January 1979, drums)

Former members[edit]

  • Jeong Dae-wuk (정대욱, guitar) played the guitar for the band's first two albums.
  • Jeong Mu-jin (정무진, born 19 August 1974, bass guitar) quit the band in early 2005.
  • Ryu Gi-deok (유기덕, bass guitar) and Yu Cheol-sang (유철상, drums) have participated only in the first album.
  • Lee Sang-mun (이상문, died in 2003, bass guitar) played the bass in the second album.
  • Daytripper (데이트리퍼) co-wrote and co-composed in the third album with Lee Seok-won.


  • Pigeon Is The Rat In The Sky (비둘기는 하늘의 쥐), 1996
  • Reminiscences (후일담), 1999
  • Kkeumui Popsong (꿈의 팝송, Pop Song Of Dream), 2002
  • "Sunganeul Mideoyo" ("순간을 믿어요", "Believe In The Moment"), 2004 - tribute to Lee Sang-mun
  • Gajang Botong-ui Jonjae (가장 보통의 존재, "Most Ordinary Existence"), August 8, 2008


  1. ^ (Korean) Melonjuice article: ROCK - Music in Events

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