She moved back to Korea when she was 18 years old, but six months later she returned to London to study fashion at the London College of Fashion. After graduating, she worked as the London correspondent editor for Harper's Bazaar Korea, and then moved to Berlin, Germany. Gou was taught to DJ in by her friend from Korea. Her first track, Hungboo , was completed in She played the track in Korea for the first time at the Style Icon Awards opening show, featuring award-winning actor Yoo Ah-in in a visual art video. In , Gou released her music on record labels Ninja Tune and Phonica.
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She would spend every weekend in Berghain, where the music she heard shaped the unpredictable DJ she is today. She has never had a manager, evidently preferring to be in charge. When I turn up to meet her at a nail bar where she is getting a manicure, Gou takes over from her manicurist and quickly finishes the job herself.
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Peggy Gou had a busy On top of playing close to a hundred gigs the world over, the South Korean DJ, producer and now fashion designer -- known as much for her popular Instagram account as the sophisticated deep-house sets she never fails to deliver -- recently launched her own record label and streetwear line. Dressed in a silky short-sleeve shirt and sporty Mugler shorts, the DJ-turned-designer looks suspiciously fresh for someone who was up until the wee hours playing to a rowdy crowd of