PSY, YG Ent and SB Projects officially bought the rights to use the dance from its original choreographer.It was the very first time in Korea’s history that a choreography was sold and bought in a rightful manner from one artist to another. The lead single "10 Minutes" became one of her signature hits and the singer nearly swept the Daesangs, the most prestigious South Korean music award, winning more than seven of them, including three of the four most prestigious Daesangs. L's fourth studio album Forever, her solo debut album was released in August 2003, entitled Stylish.
The show typically followed a format comprising a series of two-episode arcs.
L debuted officially on May 22, 1998 with their first single "Blue Rain". L became one of the most popular and successful South Korean pop groups of all-time, rivaling fellow popular girl group S. Her popularity in her various activities eventually was dubbed as the "Hyori Syndrome" in South Korea, and the Korean Media nicknamed 2003 "The Year of Hyori" as she was rarely out of the news all year.
Stylish sold 144,182 copies in South Korea alone, according to the Music Industry Association of Korea in 2003.
The singer worked also with E-Tribe, the team behind "U-Go-Girl", the lead single from her previous album.
The album sold 31,756 copies in 2010, making it the 46th best-selling Korean album in 2010.