Seomoon Tak

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Seomoon Tak
Revised RomanizationSeomun Tak
McCune–ReischauerSŏmun T'ak
Birth name
Revised RomanizationI Sujin
McCune–ReischauerRi Sujin

Lee Su-jin (born March 3, 1978), best known by her stage name Seomoon Tak, is a South Korean rock singer. She had her debut at a music festival in 1994. In 2002, she participated in the Red Devils Cheer, a Korean football team support album for the 2002 Korea–Japan World Cup.


Seomoon Tak, a female South Korean rock singer with a powerful voice and a wide vocal range, is an alumna of Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA, and majored in Music Production and Engineering. She debuted in 1999 and sold her first album over 300,000 copies and her second album over 300,000 copies. After she debuted in Korea, she regularly had more than 1,000 live performances per year, and radio and TV shows appearances. She released 6 studio albums (Korean), 2 studio albums (Japanese), and 2 single albums, and recorded multiple movie and television soundtracks. Marty Friedman, the guitarist of Megadeath, also featured her second Japanese album.

Besides her recordings, she was cast as Yitzhak, the musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch and Acid Queen, and the musical The Who's Tommy in both Korea and Japan for many years. She is the first and only Asian Berklee student who was selected to perform for both "Singer's Night" and "Singer's Showcase" in front of over a thousand audiences at Berklee Performance Center for multiple times.

In 2012, she appeared a Korean TV show, I Am a Singer 2, where selected veteran Korean singers by advisory panels perform and compete each other. This sensational concept raised the Korean music scene to a higher level, and let the audiences truly focus on authenticity and quality of the music and the vocalist. Chinese broadcasting company adapted this show, which made a huge success in China. Seomoon Tak survived for five months and she made the final round of the entire season of the show.

As she released her second single in summer 2013, she started a project band, Seomoon Tak Band. This January, Seomoon Tak Band successfully had their solo concert in South Korea.


Year Album Title
1999 Asura
2000 Seomoontak 2
2001 Sudden Death
2004 Now Here Vol.4
2005 Pianissima Vol.5
2007 Leap of Truth Vol.6
2009 Victoria
2013 Corona
2014 The Seventh Spring
2015 U & I
2015 Love, Whatever[1]

Television Appearances[edit]

  • I Am A Singer 2: Singer of October (MBC) (Aired October 2012)
  • Immortal Songs 2 (KBS)
    • International Music Festival (Air Date 2015-06-07)
    • Seven Divas Special (Air Date 2015-06-27) Final Winner
    • Koo Chang Moo Part 2 (Air Date 2015-07-18)
  • Concert 7080 (KBS) 2015-05
  • Open Concert (KBS) 2015-06
  • 100 Songs (JTBC) 2015-06
  • King of Mask Singer (MBC) (episodes 63, 64)
  • Singing Battle (Moontak was a Hidden Card)(KBS)(Aired 2016-11-09)2016

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Seomoon Tak Official". Seomoon Tak Official Website. Retrieved 2015-08-16.

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