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Seo Taiji & Boys. (1992). Nôwa hamkke han shigansok-esô. On Seotaiji & Boys. Seoul: Bando.
Seo Taiji & Boys. (1993). Hayôga. On Seotaiji & Boys II. Seoul: Bando.
Seo Taiji & Boys. (1993). Nôege. On Seotaiji & Boys II. Seoul: Bando.
Seo Taiji & Boys. (1994). Aidûlûi nunûro. Seotaiji & Boys III. Seoul and Los Angeles: Bando.
Space A. (2000). Arûmdaun ibyôl. On Power Secondary [CD on Internet player]: Sony BMG.