K-Otic

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K-OTIC
K-Otic at Seventeen Awards.jpg
(Left to right) Setsuwan, Park, Chiragun, Taiyanonnt and Tsuchiya
Background information
Origin Bangkok, Thailand
Genres Thai pop, dance-pop, hip hop, R&B
Years active 2007–2012
Labels Kamikaze
Associated acts FFK, Waii, Four-Mod
Members Pataradanai Koen Setsuwan
Park Jongbae
Kenta Tsuchiya
Panu Poppy Chiragun
Wisawa Tomo Taiyanonnt

K-Otic,(เค-โอติค) is a Thai pop boy band consisting of five members; two of which are Thai-Japanese mixed and one who is Korean. The band debuted with the single, "Ya Wai Chai" in March 2007, releasing the premier album later in October.

Members[edit]

  • Panu Chiragun (Thai: ภาณุ จิระคุณ; RTGS: Phanu Chirakhun) or Poppy (Thai: ป๊อปปี้) - born on March 27, 1991 (22 years old), and studying at Chulalongkhon University International College, having one elder sister.
  • Pataradanai Setsuwan (Thai: ภัทรดนัย เสตสุวรรณ; RTGS: Phattharadanai Setsuwan) or Koen (Thai: เขื่อน; RTGS: Khuean) - born on January 22, 1992 (21 years old), and studying at Stamford International University, having one elder sister
  • Kenta Tsuchiya (Thai: เคนตะ ซึทจิยะ) - born on April 6, 1990 (23 years old) to a Japanese father and a Thai mother, and studying at Bangkok University International College.
  • Visava Thaiyanont (Thai: วิศว ไทยานนท์; RTGS: Witsawa Thaiyanon) or "Tomo" (Thai: โทโมะ) - born on June 7, 1990 (23 years old) to a Thai father and Japanese mother, he has one older sister and one older brother, and is studying at Bangkok University International College.
  • Park Jongbae (Thai: ปาร์ก จองเบ) - born on April 7, 1989 (24 years old), in Seoul, and studying at Stamford International University, having one younger sister and another one younger brother.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • K-Otic (2007)
  • Blacklist (2008)
  • Free To Play (2010)
  • Real (2011)

Compilations[edit]

  • Kamikaze:Khat Chai (2007)
  • Kamikaze:Forward To You (2008)
  • Kamikaze:Friendship Never Ends (2009)
  • Kamikaze:Kamikaze Wave (2010)
  • Kamikaze Lover Project (2011)

Studio albums[edit]

Album details Track listing
K-OTIC
  • Released: 2550
  • Label: Kamikaze
  • Formats: CD/DVD
  1. Ya Wai Chai
  2. Ying Ham Ying Rak
  3. Rak Mai Dai Rue Mai Dai Rak
  4. My Girl
  5. Rak Mai Dai Rue Mai Dai Rak (Jongbae)
Blacklist
  • Released: 2552
  • Label: Kamikaze
  • Formats: CD/DVD
  1. Blacklist
  2. khae thoe Songhai
  3. Faen Mai
  4. Rai Tae Rak
  5. Rai Diang Sa
  6. Suk wun chun ja bork ruk tur
  7. Risk with me
  8. Nio Koi (Jongbae)
  9. Rueang Suantua
Free to Play
  • Released: 2553
  • Label: Kamikaze
  • Formats: CD/DVD
  1. Free To Play
  2. Alone
  3. Step It Up
  4. Secret
  5. Back Together
  6. Love DJ
  7. All on Me
  8. Never Too Late
Real
  • Released: 2554
  • Label: Kamikaze
  • Formats: CD/DVD
  1. Leave Him
  2. Suffocated
  3. One Wish
  4. Friends
  5. My warning
  6. Not your best man

Special Music[edit]

  • Freestyle (2008)

Special projects[edit]

  • 2 High Dejavu (2010)
  • Monkey Hero Unbelievable (2010)

Concerts[edit]

  • Kamikaze - Live Concert (2009)
  • Kamikaze Wave Concert (2010)
  • Kamikaze Lover Concert (2011)
  • K-OTIC The Memory Concert (2012)
  • Kamikaze The 5th Destiny Concert (2012)
  • Kamikaze K Fight Concert (2013)

movies[edit]

  • Scared (Kenta) (2005)
  • Gig Number Two (Kenta) (2007)
  • Bangkok Kungfu (Tomo) (2011)

TV Programme[edit]

  • Kamikaze Club (2009; Poppy, Koen, Tomo)
  • K-OTIC Real (2011; Poppy, Koen, Tomo, Kenta, Jongba)
  • KAMIKAZE (2013; Koen, Tomo, Kenta)
  • เพลงใครเอ่ย (2014; Koen, Pop Rookie BB)

Awards[edit]

  • 2008: Seventeen Magazine's Choice Rising Star as a Group
  • 2009: KAZZ Magazine Award - Best Group
  • 2009: POP Music Award - Best Idol
  • 2009: POP Music Award - Song of the Year
  • 2009: POP Music Award - POP Download - KAMIKAZE - Puean Gun Chun Ruk Tur
  • 2011: SEED Awards - Best MV 'Alone'

Disband[edit]

The boyband will reportedly disband this year as Jongbae has to enlist in the army in Korea and Poppy has to continue his architectural studies.They released a final song, entitled "Friends" to commend their 5 years together and departure.

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