|Origin||Seoul, South Korea|
|Genres||K-pop, R&B, hip hop, dance|
Sony Music Korea
C-Clown (Korean: 씨클라운; short for Crown Clown) is a South Korean boy band under Yedang Entertainment, a division of chaebol Yedang Company. It comprises six members: Rome, Siwoo, Ray, Kang Jun, T.K, and Maru. Its official fandom colour is pearl forest green and the fandom name is CROWN.
Prior to his debut in C-Clown, T.K. filmed a television advertisement for Pepero in 2009. T.K. was also a trainee under Cube Entertainment; he was in the original lineup for the group BtoB and filmed alongside them in the sitcom "I Live in Cheongdam-Dong". Unfortunately he was pulled out of the group due to a medical condition. Another member, Rome, was a participant on Let's Go Dream Team! Season 2 for two episodes that featured newcomers/returnees to the entertainment scene.
2012: Not Alone and Young Love
C-Clown released their debut mini-album Not Alone with its lead single being "Solo" on July 18, 2012. They made their debut performance following day on the Mnet music television program M! Countdown.
On November 15 of the same year, they released their second mini-album Young Love. With their second single "Far Away... Young Love", the group showed a more mature visual and music style than their previous single. Rado, Kim Tae-ju, and Beast's Yong Jun-hyung participated in the album's production.
2013: Shaking Heart
C-Clown released their third mini-album Shaking Heart with the lead single bearing the same name. In this album the group showed different music genres than was used in previous albums. Beast's Yong Jun-hyung participated in the album's production again on song "Do You Remember" collaborated by ALi originally released at April 2, 2013 as a digital single.
2014: Justice & Let's Love
C-Clown pre-released their track "Tell Me" a few weeks before their official comeback single. They eventually released their single "Justice" in February, showcasing a new style. On July 7, 2014, C-Clown made another comeback, releasing the MV to their title track, "Let's Love".
- Rome (Yu Ba-rom 유바롬)
- Siwoo (Kim Tae-min 김태민)
- Ray (Kim Hyun-il 김현일)
- Kang Jun (강준)
- T.K. (Lee Min-woo 이민우)
- Maru (Lee Jae-joon 이재준)
|Title||Album details||Peak chart positions||Sales|
|Gaon Albums Chart
|Title||Year||Peak chart positions||Album|
|"Far Away... Young Love"||7||75||Young Love|
|"Shaking Heart"||2013||37||45||Shaking Heart|
|"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.|
- MTV Diary – SBS MTV, 123 episodes (2012)
- C-Clown Channel – ETN (2012)
- The Gurupop Show – episode 12 (2012)
- ALL THE K-POP SHOW-EPISODE 25 (2013)(KANG-JUN)
- After School Club Episode 4 (2013)
- Crown the Clown - YouTube Series, 7 episodes (2014 - ongoing)
- After School Club Episode 87 (2014)
- A Song For You Episode 6 (2014) (with NU'EST)
|2012||SOLO||4:08||Debut music video.|
|Far Away... Young Love (Drama Ver.)||7:24|
|Far Away... Young Love (Member Ver.)||6:54|
|Far Away... Young Love (Set Ver.)||3:45||Dance version.|
|Far Away... Young Love (Kangjun Ver.)||3:45||Personal music video.|
|Far Away... Young Love (Rome Ver.)||3:45||Personal music video.|
|Far Away... Young Love (Ray Ver.)||3:45||Personal music video.|
|Far Away... Young Love (Siwoo Ver.)||3:45||Personal music video.|
|Far Away... Young Love (T.K Ver.)||3:45||Personal music video.|
|Far Away... Young Love (Maru Ver.)||3:45||Personal music video.|
|Far Away... Young Love (Acoustic Ver.)||2:59|
|2013||It Was Like That Then||4:00||Collaboration with label mate, ALi.|
|Shaking Heart||3:41||Features Hyeri from Girl's Day|
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- Lee Mi-yeong (July 19, 2012). 씨클라운, 19일 데뷔무대 "비주얼-노래 자신있다" (in Korean). JoyNews24. Retrieved December 9, 2012.
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- "<C-Clown> 에 대한 검색결과 입니다" (in Korean). Gaon Chart. Retrieved December 15, 2012.
- "Gaon Digital Chart". Gaon Chart (in Korean). Korea Music Content Industry Association. Retrieved March 26, 2014.
- "Korea K-Pop Hot 100". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved March 26, 2014.
- 앨범차트 (in Korean). Gaon Chart. Retrieved December 15, 2012.