Hello, we don’t know specific details about his relationships or the girls he has dated. We do know, however, a little about his writing process and where he gets the inspiration for his music:
-excerpt from interview Giriboy did with Hiphopplaya-
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Hip: On to the first question by one of our members. You said you make songs of the conversations in films. Is there anything else that inspires you? (ID: oo4444)
Gi: There are several other things than films that inspire me. I hear a conversation in a film and think “Ah, it would be fun to expand this [sentence/thought/idea]”. At other times I pay attention when talking to my friends – especially when we’re out for drinks, that’s when I get the most inspiration. For example, my friend says “Let’s go for a second round!” and I think “Oh, second round sounds good” and then I write it down every time that happens. I also receive lots of inspiration from gag programs on TV. Several things came to me during this interview now too. Ah! One incident happened recently, at a bar in Geondae. There, the phrase “It better not be cold, I will buy and wear clothes and buy and drink alcohol” came up. I thought “Oh, that’s good too” and I’m planning to write a song on it soon.
Hip: If there is a song on “Fatal Album II” whose inspiration you got from a film, then please introduce it to us.
Gi: The title “내 몸이 불타오르고 있어” (My Body Is On Fire) comes from a horror film. There is a prank call scene in it, which contains the line “My body is on fire”. I used exactly that line.