"Morning" was a unique Korean foursome of very beautiful ladies who, in 2003, scored a hit single with a dynamic ballad entitled "I'll Make You Happy," off of their one and only album; Return to the Innocence. Above is the official music video for the song. Exemplifying the group's uniqueness here is violinist Jang Min-kyung, whose solo adds an excellent embellishment to a part that would ordinarily feature a guitar or keyboard.
"Live" (actually lip synced) short version of "I'll Make You Happy"
where they used back dancers and Baby VOX-type choreography ....
which didn't seem to work well since Morning really wasn't about all that.
Here they're actually performing the song live on an SBS music show
Music video for "Habit," the follow-up to "I'll Make You Happy." This was
the only other song from their album that received airplay in Korea and
arguably saved Morning from being a one-hit wonder. Even though it
turned out to be a minor hit, it wasn't a strong enough follow-up to
keep the group in the limelight.
Sirens of the sea: The album cover of Return to the Innocence.
On the set of the music video for "I Can Make You Happy"
Everything here is from 2003, their banner year. I wouldn't say the girls have disappeared from the public eye since, but a search of Daum.net (a very popular Korean portal) revealed that being members of Morning was definitely the highlight of all four ladies' musical careers ....at least, so far. (I mean, they are still young.) The highest profile ex-member seems to be Bo-ram, who had the most subdued role in the group. She's appeared on several comedy and TV variety shows, models for her own fashion website and maintains a public Twitter and Cyworld.