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Ulala Session Says It Missed Im Youn Taek a Lot

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2013.06.29 11:00 Mwave Choi, EunHwa Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Ulala Session opened up about how much they missed their leader Im Youn Taek, who passed away in February from cancer.

On June 27, Ulala Session held a press roundtable for the release of its mini album Memory.

Ulala Session Says It Missed Im Youn Taek a Lot

Kim Myeong Hun said, "After we finished working on the album, I wanted to hear that ′you′ve worked hard′, and that made me think of [Im] Youn Tae hyung (big brother) a lot. He always used to say ′I love you′, ′Let′s do this′ and ′You′ve worked hard′ a lot, so in those moments I was reminded of him."

Park Seung Il said, "I kept thinking of Youn Taek hyung when we were choosing the songs to be included in our album. We weren′t always happy about our work, but for some songs we had to control our emotions or for some sing them proudly. We just worked the way we always did with light hearts."

"Youn Taek hyung was always the one who thought of the big picture, so I missed him in moments like that," Park Kwang Sun said. "The other hyungs took up some of his roles, but it wasn′t easy. Youn Taek hyung will forever be our leader."

On June 27, Ulala Session released its mini album Memory. The album contains the intro Dear, and promotional single I′ll Be There, TAQ...Remember, Fertilize, Memory and two other songs.

I′ll Be There was composed by producer Fish In Water, and has lyrics written by Kim Ea Na and the Ulala Session members. It conveys a message of hope.

The showcase that followed the press roundtable was relayed live through Naver Music, and showed the group sing four songs from its album.

Photo credit: Kim Byung Kwan

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