Kim Joon

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Kim.
Kim Joon
Kim Joon 1984.jpg
Background information
Birth name Kim Hyung Joon
Born (1985-02-03) February 3, 1985 (age 30)
Origin South Korea
Genres K-Pop, J-Pop, Pop
Occupation(s) Singer, Actor, Model
Years active 2007–Present
Labels CHANG Company
Associated acts T-Max
Boys Over Flowers
Website Kim Joon Twitter
Stage name
Hangul 김준
Hanja 金俊
Revised Romanization Gim Joon
McCune–Reischauer Kim Joon or Kim Choon
Birth name
Hangul 김형준
Hanja 金亨俊
Revised Romanization Gim Hyeong Joon
McCune–Reischauer Kim Hyŏng Joon or Kim Hyŏng Choon

Kim Joon (born Kim Hyung Joon on February 3, 1985 in Gwacheon, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea), is a South Korean rapper, actor, and model who rose to stardom with his portrayal of Song Woo Bin, one of the famous F4 in KBS2's 2009 hit drama Boys Over Flowers.


Kim debuted as a member of boy-band T-Max in 2007, as a rapper and a songwriter for the group. In 2009, Kim became popular after playing the role of F4 member "Song Woo Bin" in the hit Korean drama Boys Over Flowers (TV series). Together with his band, their song entitled "Paradise" was featured in the first edition of the Boys Over Flower soundtrack. Other songs of T-Max that were featured in the subsequent editions of the Boys Over Flowers Original Soundtrack were "Say Yes," "Wish You're My Love","Fight The Bad Feeling," and "Bang Bang Boom". Kim Joon also had a single in the soundtrack entitled "To Empty Out" whose Kim Jo Han was featured. He also had his solo song "Jun Be O.K.", written by himself, with Kim Hyun Joong doing a cameo appearance in the music video of the song.

From April 2009 to December 2010, Kim was a permanent cast of Invincible Baseball Team, a KBS 2TV program which aired during Saturday Challenges and was chosen as MVP for several weeks. In June 2009, he took part on the Mnet variety show Mnet Scandal, a show where a celebrity will go out with a non-celebrity for a week. Aside from being a guest on several variety shows, in July 2009, he took on a theatrical role in the musical Youthful March (젊음의 행진) with his T-max co-member Park Yun Hwa. On 26 November 2009 he tested positive for H1N1; and had to cancel a fan-meeting event scheduled on 30 November in the Philippines.

In March 2010, Kim starred in mobile drama alongside Nao Minamisawa titled Pygmalion’s Love,[1] a joint Korea-Japan production broadcast on Japanese Mobile TV station BeeTV which a big hit in Japan. On May 2010, T-MAX had their comeback stage with "Don’t Be Rude", it was the first lead track for their studio album Born To The Max with new members Park Han Bi and Joo Chan Yang due to Park Yun Hwa's departure for Military. The second lead track was "Words That I Can Say", with actors Oh Ji-ho, Yoon So-yi, and Kim featured in the music video.

In March 2011, he starred in KBS2's drama Detectives in Trouble where he plays detective Shin Dongjin, who specializes in cyber-investigations, but has trouble dealing with real-life cases because of his fear of corpses. On top of that, Joon started a master’s degree on Global Culture Content at the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies. A representative of his agency (Planet05) commented, "Kim Joon has taken an interest in spreading Korean culture after he was able to meet with various international fans and after being named as an honorary ambassador of Global Tourism Etiquette. He wants to study the production of Hallyu culture content and its spread on a deeper level." On 16 May, Kim along with T-Max members, appeared on 1 vs. 100 on KBS2 to raise funds for the establishment of an ‘invincible baseball’ team. He advanced to the final 2, but did not win.

Kim enlisted for his mandatory military service on 29 September 2011 for four weeks of basic training, followed by duty as a conscripted policeman.[2] and he's out of the military last June 28, 2013.


TV series[edit]

Year Title Role Network
2009 Boys Over Flowers Song Woo Bin KBS 2TV
2009 Let's sleep here tonight himself MDC15
2010 Haptic Mission Participant KBS2
2010 Pygmalion’s Love Hyung Joon BeeTV
2010 Invincible Baseball Best Player 7 KBS2
2011 Detectives in Trouble Shin Dong Jin KBS 2TV
2014 Endless Love Kim Tae Gyeong SBS


Year Title Role Notes References
2014 Lupin III Pierre Supporting Character


  • 2010 Presidential Award for Content Award
  • 2010 Invincible Baseball Player Award
  • 2010 Ambassador for Tourism Award
  • 2009 Andre Kim Awards Male Star Award
  • 2009 Hallyu Stars Award with T-max


  • 2009 Samsung Anycall Haptic with Kim Bum, Kim Hyun Joong, Lee Min Ho and Son Dam Bi
  • 2009 Omphalos with Gook Ji Yun
  • 2009 Wuttisak with T-max
  • 2009 Omphalos with T-max
  • 2010 Omphalos with Park Ha Sun
  • 2010 Omphalos with T-max
  • 2010 Ralph Lauren's Fragrance for Men
  • 2011 Cool Tea with T-max


  • Lacoste
  • G-Star
  • W Magazine
  • Sure Magazine
  • Brokore Japan Magazine
  • Teen Girl Philippines Magazine
  • Ceci Magazine
  • Midnight Blues In Style Magazine
  • Play Magazine
  • Pygmalion's Love Magazine



  • 2007 Tmax Blooming (Single)
  • 2007 Tmax Lion Heart (Single)
  • 2008 Tmax Run To You (Single)
  • 2009 Tmax Motto Paradise (Single)
  • 2009 Tmax Single Collection (EP)
  • 2009 Tmax Love Parade (Single)
  • 2010 Tmax Born To The Max (regular)`


  • 2009 Boys Over Flowers OST 1&2
    • Paradise(Opening Theme)
    • Say Yes!
    • Wish Ur My Love
    • Fight the Bad Feeling
  • 2009 F4 Special Edition
    • Bang Bang Boom
    • Empty Bet (Kim Joon ft. Jo Han)
    • Fight the Bad Feeling(Club Version)
    • Fight the Bad Feeling(Ballad Version)
    • Fight the Bad Feeling(Dance Version)
  • 2009 Anycall HAPTIC MISSION
    • Talk In Love [Kim Joon feat. Son Dam Bi]
    • Mission No.4 [Son Dam Bi feat. Kim Joon & Kim Hyun Joong]
    • Rolling Callin Darling [Son Dam Bi feat. Kim Joon & Kim Hyun Joong]
  • 2010 God of Study OST
    • For Once
  • 2011 Crime Squad(Detectives on trouble) OST
    • Believe
    • Joy&Pain w/ DJ DOC
    • At the end of the world

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Pygmalion's Love official website BeeTV
  2. ^ Choi, MinJi (15 September 2011). "Kim Joon to Enlist in the Military". enewsWorld. CJ E&M. Retrieved 2 January 2013. 
  3. ^ Divinity High School wiki Korean Wikipedia
  4. ^ NATE Profile search