L (Kim Myung-soo)

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L, also known as Kim Myung-soo, is a well-known South Korean pop vocalist and actor. The male band “Infinite,” which was founded by Woollim Entertainment in 2010, features L as one of its vocalists. He made his debut with the band in the Korean and Japanese language albums “Azure” and “Koi no Sign,” respectively. He is also a member of Infinite’s subgroup “Infinite F,” which was established in 2014. L has also collaborated with his bands on a number of well-known songs, such as “Heartthrob,” “Kimi Ga Sukidayo,” and “My Girl.” He has produced popular songs as a solo artist, including “Love U Like U” and “It’s Okay Even If It’s Not Me.” L has collaborated with a variety of musicians over the years, including Lim Kim of the band “Togeworl” in addition to his own ensemble members. L, in addition to singing, also writes music and provided the lyrics for Infinite’s third studio record, “Top Seed.” In the years since making his acting début in 2011, he has made appearances in a number of television programs, such as “Shut Up Flower Boy Band,” “My Catman,” and “The Emperor: Owner of the Mask.” The talented performer has also taken home two MBC Drama Awards.

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Career of L (Kim Myung-soo)

L started his profession in 2010 at the age of eighteen. He became one of the singers for the boy band Infinite. In the Japanese drama “Jiu Keishicho Tokushuhan Sousagakari” a year later, he made his acting debut. Shortly after, he made another cameo in “Welcome to the Wara Store.” He made an appearance in “Shut Up Flower Boy Band,” which aired on tvN, and later that year, he made an appearance in “Salamander Guru and The Shadows,” which broadcast on SBS.

He added to the studio albums “Over the Top” (2011), “Koi ni Ochiru Toki” (2013), and “For You” while a member of Infinite. (2015). He sang “Love U Like U” (co-written by Kim Yerim) as a solo act; it was included on the “Shut Up Flower Boy Band” album.

L made an appearance in the 2013 film “Master’s Sun,” portraying “Joo Joong-won” as a youthful version of himself. On May 15, 2013, he published a photo essay book titled “L’s Bravo Viewtiful” in which he chronicled a 93-day trip he had taken. The book was offered both online and in brick-and-mortar stores; it attained the top position in pre-orders on websites like Kyobo and YES24.
L joined the subgroup “Infinite F” in 2014 along with Sungyeol and Sungjong, two of his bandmates from “Infinite,” and they issued two albums: “Azure” (a Korean album) and “Koi No Sign.” (a Japanese album).

Then, in 2016, L made an appearance in the Chinese-South Korean online drama series “My Catman.” For his part, he received the Seoul Webfest Award. A year later, he made an appearance in the South Korean television drama “The Emperor: Owner of the Mask,” which also starred Yoo Seung-ho, Kim Myung-soo, Yoon So-hee, Kim So-Hyun, Heo Joon-ho, and Park Chul-min. L received two MBC Drama Awards for his performance in the program in the categories of “Popularity Award, Actor” and “Best Character Award, Fighting Spirit Acting.”

Individual Life of L (Kim Myung-soo)

L was born Kim Myung-soo on March 13, 1992, in Seoul. He attended Duk-soo High School before enrolling at Daekyung University, where he graduated in 2013 with a degree in applied music.

Estimated net worth

The estimated net worth of L (Kim Myung-soo) is about $1 million.