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Kim Eana talks about maintaining a good balance between emotion and reason in lyric writing

In this class,

Learn how to become a better lyricist and develop your competitive advantages.

All Lessons : 15 | 2:20:56

Free 1st lesson after sign up!

Lesson 1

05:17

Intro

Once an ordinary office worker, she has been the best lyricist in Korea since her debut as a lyricist in 2003, releasing about 400 lyrics for nearly 20 years, including songs of EXO, IU, Park Jung hyun, Lim Jae-beom, and Cho Yong-pil. Kim Eana tells you what she thinking lyricist is.

Once an ordinary office worker, she has been the best lyricist in Korea since her debut as a lyricist in 2003, releasing about 400 lyrics for nearly 20 years, including songs of EXO, IU, Park Jung hyun, Lim Jae-beom, and Cho Yong-pil. Kim Eana tells you what she thinking lyricist is.

Free 1st lesson after sign up!

Lesson 2

07:25

What Is a ‘Good’ Lyrics

The lyrics are words of sound that people listen to with their ears. Kim Eana teaches you how to design letters and what pronunciation is easy to hear through several examples.

The lyrics are words of sound that people listen to with their ears. Kim Eana teaches you how to design letters and what pronunciation is easy to hear through several examples.

Lesson 3

08:28

Get a Demo as a Rookie Lyricist

New lyricists have many restrictions. Kim Eana explains the relationship between the people who are related to the song until the song is born and what you need the most after debuting as a lyricist.

New lyricists have many restrictions. Kim Eana explains the relationship between the people who are related to the song until the song is born and what you need the most after debuting as a lyricist.

Lesson 4

16:58

Read the Emotion of Demo

Kim Eana tells you how to approach the lyrics after receiving the demo, the height of the emotional line, and how to express the flow of notes through the cases of Park Hyo Shin's 'Home' and Lee Sun hee's 'Meet him among them.

Kim Eana tells you how to approach the lyrics after receiving the demo, the height of the emotional line, and how to express the flow of notes through the cases of Park Hyo Shin's 'Home' and Lee Sun hee's 'Meet him among them.

Lesson 5

22:30

Understanding the Structure of Music

Understanding the structure of a song is as important as delicate emotional expression. Kim Eana teaches you how to embody the feeling of the song and write lyrics according to its structure, using the most basic ABCD structure songs.

Understanding the structure of a song is as important as delicate emotional expression. Kim Eana teaches you how to embody the feeling of the song and write lyrics according to its structure, using the most basic ABCD structure songs.

Lesson 6

03:48

Start with ‘One Sentence’

Kim Eana introduces how the most lyricists approach the lyrics, except for the way writing lyrics while understanding the structure of the song.

Kim Eana introduces how the most lyricists approach the lyrics, except for the way writing lyrics while understanding the structure of the song.

Lesson 7

06:35

Counting Syllable

There is something you must do before writing lyrics when you receive a demo. Kim Eana teaches the definition of ‘Counting syllable’ and what training should be done to do this through several examples.

There is something you must do before writing lyrics when you receive a demo. Kim Eana teaches the definition of ‘Counting syllable’ and what training should be done to do this through several examples.

Lesson 8

08:24

Find the Subject Matter of Lyrics

Kim Eana reveals the behind stories of Yoo San Seul’s ‘Redevelopment of Love’ and Brown Eyed Girls’ ‘Must Have Love’ and introduces how to find the subject matter of lyrics.

Kim Eana reveals the behind stories of Yoo San Seul’s ‘Redevelopment of Love’ and Brown Eyed Girls’ ‘Must Have Love’ and introduces how to find the subject matter of lyrics.

Lesson 9

06:40

Create a Story of Lyrics

Among the secrets of writing lyrics for about 400 songs so far, Kim Eana shares how to create a singer's character and how to create details that can make the story vividly.

Among the secrets of writing lyrics for about 400 songs so far, Kim Eana shares how to create a singer's character and how to create details that can make the story vividly.

Lesson 10

07:59

Make a Character Suits the Singer

Creating a character that suits a singer makes the lyrics more vivid. Let's learn how to make a singer's character through examples of Paul Kim, Chun Dan-bi, and Park Hyo-shin.

Creating a character that suits a singer makes the lyrics more vivid. Let's learn how to make a singer's character through examples of Paul Kim, Chun Dan-bi, and Park Hyo-shin.

Lesson 11

06:16

Power of Details

Through the lyrics of Zion.T's ‘Yanghwa BRDG’ and EXO's ‘Lucky’, Kim Eana introduces how to convey the lyricist's intentions to people and the power of empathy.

Through the lyrics of Zion.T's ‘Yanghwa BRDG’ and EXO's ‘Lucky’, Kim Eana introduces how to convey the lyricist's intentions to people and the power of empathy.

Lesson 12

04:36

The Thing Must Do after Writing the Lyrics

It's important to make a story that matches a singer and a song, but remember that there's a process you must go through after you write the lyrics.

It's important to make a story that matches a singer and a song, but remember that there's a process you must go through after you write the lyrics.

Lesson 13

18:54

How to Design the Pronunciation

Find out how the characteristics of the pronunciation affect to the song through the cases of Park Hyo-shin's <The Day> and VIXX's <Hyde>.

Find out how the characteristics of the pronunciation affect to the song through the cases of Park Hyo-shin's <The Day> and VIXX's <Hyde>.

Lesson 14

11:26

Competitiveness of Lyricist

A lyricist must be competitive to continue working even after her debut. Kim Eana tells you her survival tactic as a lyricist who experienced it while building his career.

A lyricist must be competitive to continue working even after her debut. Kim Eana tells you her survival tactic as a lyricist who experienced it while building his career.

Lesson 15

05:40

Outro

Finally, Kim Eana explains misconceptions regarding the career of a lyricist and gives some advice to new lyricists or lyricists in the field.

Finally, Kim Eana explains misconceptions regarding the career of a lyricist and gives some advice to new lyricists or lyricists in the field.

Recommended to

Aspiring lyricists

Industry Professionals who want to be inspired

Those who want to start a new career as a lyricist

Fans of music and lyrics

MASTER STORY

Maybe you can be a lyricist, too!?

 

Kim Eana, the most public-friendly lyricist of this era,

connecting a wide range of generations and crossing diverse genres.

 

Once an ordinary office worker,

she has been the best lyricist in Korea since her debut as a lyricist in 2003,

releasing about 400 lyrics for nearly 20 years,

including songs of EXO, IU, Park Jung-hyun, Lim Jae-beom, and Cho Yong-pil.

 

ViBLE is

her secret note which records the intense experience of how Kim Eana,

an ordinary office worker,

could have become the current ‘Kim Eana the lyricist’,

and what efforts she is still making to survive as a lyricist.

 

Kim's ViBLE

includes basic things that a rookie lyricist must know

and advice that will directly help those who dream of becoming the best lyricist.

 

It will be the best ViBLE for you, who dreams of another life away from ordinary life,

and also for members of this industry who want to be inspired.

Q & A

Q. What is the difference between lyrics and other types of text?

Lyrics are a form of writing, but it's not the same kind of writing we see every day. Lyrics are words that the singer sings and words of sound that people hear with their ears. The words that we read with our eyes and the words we sing with our mouths, the words we hear with our ears-- they need a different approach. How exactly they are different, you will find out specifically from now on with me.

Q. Where do you find your inspiration?

You can compare life to small incidents. I think of many things that way. It's a habit of mine. When there's a big story to tell but it is too vague, you can make others understand and sympathize better when you compare it with moments in daily life. That's what it is. Almost anything in the world has something in common with life and love.

Q. You have written more than 400 lyrics. What is your secret?

I'm not sure if this can be called a secret to writing a lot of lyrics, but I think my habits and tendencies have helped a lot. Whether I like it or not, or whether I am close to it or not, I have a habit of putting myself in others' shoes and situations. You can only write a lot of lyrics when you can put yourself in many people's shoes. Instead of judging whether it is right or wrong, push that aside and put yourself in someone else's shoes.

Q. Finally, what would you say to aspiring lyricists?

What I tried my best to tell you through my stories is that while we only see swans floating gracefully, their feet are actually sloshing underwater the whole time. There are processes like that. There will come a day when every moment you've lived becomes material for a song and floats up someday. Starting from now, I want you to collect emotions from this very moment rather than letting them pass by. That will be somewhat emotionally draining, but it's really good training for aspiring lyricists.

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