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Birth name Oh Ji-Min
Also known as J-Min
Born (1988-05-27) May 27, 1988 (age 26)
Seoul, South Korea
Genres J-pop, pop, rock
Occupations Singer, Actress
Years active 2007–present
Labels SM Entertainment (South Korea)
Avex Group (Japan, 2007–2012)
Nayutawave (Japan, 2012–2014)
EMI Records (Japan, 2014–present)
Associated acts SM Town
Website Japan Official Homepage
Notable instruments
Guitar, Piano, Vocals
Hangul 제이민
Revised Romanization Jeimin
McCune–Reischauer Cheimin
Birth name
Hangul 오지민
Hanja 吳志旼
Revised Romanization Oh Ji-min
McCune–Reischauer Oh Chi-min

Oh Ji-Min (Hangul: 오지민; born on May 27, 1988), most known by her stage name J-Min (Hangul: 제이민, Japanese: ジェイミン), is a South Korean singer-songwriter and actress mostly active in Japan under the labels of SM Entertainment and Nayutawave Records (and formerly with Avex Group[1]).


J-Min was born in Seoul, South Korea. She can speak three languages, her native Korean, Japanese, and English. J-Min names her favorite artists as Kasabian, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Chick Corea, and Michelle Branch.

In 2007, she debuted in Japan with her first mini-album Korogaru Ringo (ころがる林檎).

She recently performed two songs at SMTown Live World Tour III. "One" and "Stand Up" for the OST of the hit drama To The Beautiful You.


J-Min discography
Studio albums 2
EPs 4
Singles 4
Music videos 9
Soundtracks 7
Album participation 1

Korean Discography[edit]


  • Shine (2014)


  • Hoo (2014)

Japanese Discography[edit]

Studio Album[edit]


  • Korogaru Ringo (2007)
  • Dream On... (2008)
  • The Singer (cover EP) (2008)


  • Change/One (2009)
  • If You Want (2012)
  • Heart Theater (2013)

Single participation[edit]

Album participation[edit]


Music videos[edit]

  • "Korogaru Ringo"
  • "Dream On..."
  • "Change"
  • "Santa U Are The One"
  • "Stand Up"
  • "If You Want"
  • "Heart Theatre"
  • "Sorry"
  • "Hoo"
  • "Shine"

Affiliated tours[edit]

Theatrical performances[edit]

  • Jack the Ripper (Musical) (2012) in the role of Gloria
  • The Three Musketeers (2013) in the role of Constance [2]


External links[edit]