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Origin Seoul, Republic of Korea
Genres Hip hop, R&B
Years active 1998–2006 (hiatus)
Labels YG Entertainment
United Asia Management
Associated acts Lexy, Big Mama, YG Family
Website 1tym.com
Members Oh Jin Hwan
Teddy Park
Song Baekkyoung
Im Taebin

1TYM (원타임, pronounced as "One Time") is a four-member Korean hip hop group. They are Oh Jin Hwan (오진환), Park Hong Jun (박홍준, known as Teddy Park), Song Baekkyoung (송백경), and Im Taebin (임태빈, known as Danny).[1] Leader Teddy and lead vocalist Danny (Taebin) originated from the United States and moved to South Korea when they were accepted under YG. The two knew each other and later met Jin Hwan and Baek Kyoung during their trainee days, trying to debut as 1TYM.


During 2006, 1TYM was on a hiatus due to Oh Jin Hwan's military service. Even though technically 1TYM hasn't officially broken up, they have been inactive since 2005. Song Baekkyoung took on a project participating in another group, MoogaDang. Currently, Teddy is one of the main producers under YG Family. Danny, for a short while, started his solo career and went into acting. In 2012, he started his own show, Danny from LA, which premiered in September 2012.



Studio albums[edit]

Year Information Track Listing
1998 One Time for Your Mind
2000 2nd Round
2001 Third Time Fo Yo' Mind
2003 Once N 4 All
2005 One Way

Music videos[edit]

Year Album Title
1998 One Time for Your Mind 1TYM (One Time for Your Mind)
Good Love
2000 2nd Round One Love
2001 Third Time Fo Yo' Mind Nasty
Make It Last
어머니 (Mother)
2003 Once N 4 All Hot 뜨거 (Hot)
Without You (Feat. Park Han Byul)
울고싶어라 (Cry)
2005 One Way Do You Know Me?
How Many Times?


Years Awards [7]
  • SBS Music Awards Best New Artist
  • Golden Disk Best New Artist Award sponsored by NIkkan Sports
  • KMTV Hip-Hop Award
  • SBS Music Awards Best Hip Hop Artist Award
  • SBS Music Awards Best Hip Hop Artist Award
  • KMTV Best Hip-Hop Award

Music program[edit]

M! Countdown[edit]

Year Date Song
1999 January 14 "1TYM"
February 7
February 14
2000 June 4 "One Love"
2004 February 1 "HOT"
February 8
February 22


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