Jo Yun-suk, known by the stage name Lucid Fall, is a South Korean singer-songwriter. He was a lead vocalist and guitarist in the band Misoni. Lucid Fall’s musical style incorporates folk, pop, and bossanova. He uses a nylon guitar as his primary instrument and is famous for poetic lyrics.
In 1993, Lucid Fall won the bronze award in the 5th Ryu Jae-ha Music Contest with the song "A Song of Mirror". He formed a modern rock band, Misoni, in 1997 as a vocalist and guitarist, and released the debut album Drifting in 1999. After activity of Misoni has been stopped for the members’ military service, he formed the one man band Lucid Fall and released the self-titled album Lucid Fall in Radiomusic. He worked on the original soundtrack of the movie L’abri. In 2005, he released his second studio album, Oh, Love, and it brought him the title of best pop single at the third Korean Music Awards (2006). In 2007, he released a live album, Light of Songs, and a third studio album, A Night at Border. In December 2009, he released the fourth studio album Les Misérables. (Source: Wikipedia)