Exploring the Legacy of Young Tak’s ‘Become Dust’ Performance on the Beat Trot Stage

As singer Young Tak pioneered a new genre with the new song ‘It’s on your side’, the beat trot stage video that showed in the past is also gaining interest.

The stage video of TV Chosun’s ‘Call Center of Love’ and ‘Become Dust’ posted on Yeong-tak’s previous YouTube channel ‘Young-tak’s Sudden TV’ is still popular, exceeding 1.1 million views on the 1st.

Young Tak reinterpreted ‘become dust’ with a clean high-pitched tone, a proprietary patent. She made her name known through the trot contest program ‘Mr. Trot’, but in fact, Young Tak knows how to sing songs of various genres, including pop, rock, jazz, and folk.

On Young Tak’s impressive stage, attention was also focused on ‘becoming dust’ itself. ‘Becoming Dust’ is a folk song that was born in the 1980s. It is a representative song by singer Lee Mi-ki, who was popular at the time, and the poetic lyrics and sophisticated melody are impressive. It gained popularity with a unique development that progressed calmly from the beginning to the middle and then suddenly reached a high pitch.

This song was remade in the early 1990s by Lee Yoon-soo at the request of composer and singer Lee Dae-heon. With Chunho Ham’s amazing arrangement, the song changed from folk to progressive rock. This version is so popular that many people know ‘Becoming Dust’ as Lee Yun-soo’s song.

The main character of the second remake is Kim Kwang-seok. A remake version of ‘Become Dust’ was included in the live album ‘Kim Kwang-seok Song Story’ released by Kim Kwang-seok in 1996.

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Meanwhile, Young Tak released a new song ‘It’s on your side’ on the 22nd of last month. The song was filled with synth-pop’s unique dreamy atmosphere and received positive responses from fans.

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