Mir (South Korean singer)

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Bang.
Mir
미르
Mir (MBLAQ) from acrofan.jpg
Background information
Birth name Bang Cheol Yong (방철용)
Born (1991-03-10) March 10, 1991 (age 23)
South Korea
Genres Pop, dance, R&B
Occupations Rapper, singer, dancer, model
Years active 2009–present
Labels J. Tune Camp
Associated acts MBLAQ
Website Official Site
Birth name
Hangul 방철용
Revised Romanization Bang Cheol Yong
McCune–Reischauer Bang Ch'ol Yong
Stage name
Hangul 미르
Revised Romanization Mireu
McCune–Reischauer Miru

Bang Cheol Yong (Korean: 방철용; born March 10, 1991), better known by his stage name Mir (Korean: 미르), is a South Korean rapper, dancer, actor, model, MC and member of the boy group MBLAQ, currently signed to J. Tune Entertainment.

In 2012, Bang partnered with fellow MBLAQ member G.O, with whom he had collaborated previously for drama soundtracks. In May of that year they released a single, "Wild," for MBLAQ's Asia tour in June, without a name and their debut was eventually postponed.

Bang appeared in South Korean variety shows, with the other MBLAQ members and on his own, and performed various songs by other artists. He wrote the lyrics to two of MBLAQ's songs, "You're My +" and "Can't Come Back."

In 2013, Bang joined Korean military variety show Real Men briefly and attracted much attention from the public.[1] In July of the same year, Bang and his fellow MBLAQ members made a comeback after over a year's absence with the mini album "Sexy Beat". It was also revealed that Bang participated in the production of the mini album. He wrote the lyrics of "R U Ok?" and "Girl". On December 24, Bang released his first digital single "Come On", which was revealed earlier in MBLAQ's Global Sensation Tour 2013, in which he had took part in the production.

Discography[edit]

For Mir's releases with MBLAQ, see MBLAQ#Discography.

Singles[edit]

  • "못된 사랑"(Ahn Jin Kyung featuring Mir)
  • "사랑을 적어요 (Zia (singer) featuring Mir)
  • "I'm Crazy" (Kan Mi-youn featuring Mir)
  • "Even in my Dreams" (G.O featuring Mir)
  • "Wild" (with G.O)
  • "I Knew" (with G.O; K-pop Best Survival OST)
  • "Winter Rain" (with G.O; The King of Dramas OST)
  • "Foolish Me" (with G.O; Iris II OST)
  • "Hey! Come On" (Prin.Jerry featuring Mir, Digital Single)

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

  • Yo' Tokyo (with MBLAQ) [2011]
  • MBLAQ The Art of Seduction (with MBLAQ) [2009]
  • Idol Army (season 5; with MBLAQ) [2009]
  • Celebrity Goes to School (with MBLAQ) [2010]
  • MBLAQ's Making the Artist (with MBLAQ) [2010]
  • Idol Cam (with MBLAQ) [2010]
  • MBLAQ's Sesame Player (with MBLAQ) [2011]
  • MBLAQ's Hello Baby (with MBLAQ) [2012]
  • Idol Manager (with MBLAQ) [2012]
  • The Romantic & Idol [2012]
  • Law of the Jungle in Amazon/Galapagos [2013]
  • Real Men [2013]
  • SNL Korea (with MBLAQ) [2013]
  • All the K-pop (MBC Music) [2012]
  • Oh! My Baby [2014]
  • Olala School season 2 [2014]
  • Let Me In season 4 [2014]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 이승길 (22 December 2013). "엠블랙 미르, 軍 예능 '일밤-진짜 사나이' 합류". Mydaily (in Korean). Retrieved 2012-09-16.