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This article is about the Shinhwa member. For the actor, see Lee Min-woo (actor).
This is a Korean name; the family name is Lee.
Lee Min-woo
Birth name 이민우 (李玟雨)
Also known as M, Minbong
Born (1979-07-28) 28 July 1979 (age 35)
Origin South Korea
Genres K-pop, J-pop, Dance, R&B
Occupations singer, actor, dancer, songwriter, lyricist, entrepreneur
Years active 1998–present
Labels SM Entertainment
(1998-2003)
Good Entertainment
(2004-2007)
M Rising Entertainment
(2007-2012)
Shinhwa Company
(2011-present)
Liveworks Company
(2012-present)
Associated acts Shinhwa
Website http://www.lworks.co.kr/
http://www.shinhwacompany.co.kr/
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization I Min-u
McCune–Reischauer Yi Minu

Lee Min-woo (Hangul: 이민우; hanja: 李玟雨; born 28 July 1979), mononymously credited as M as a solo artist, is a South Korean entertainer, known as a member of six-member boy band Shinhwa. As part of Shinhwa, he has recorded ten studio albums as a vocalist and a rapper. Lee was the first Shinhwa member to debut as a solo artist in 2003, and has since released three studio albums.

In 2007, Lee set up his own agency, M Rising Entertainment, to manage his solo activities. Whilst he continued to perform as part of Shinhwa under Good Entertainment, until July 2010 where he became co-CEO with Eric Mun for Shinhwa activities. As of November 2012, he has signed with Liveworks Company.

Career[edit]

1998: Debut with Shinhwa[edit]

See also: Shinhwa

While dancing for his group, Dicky Ducky, as a student at JunJoo Fine Arts School for the Everland dancing competition, Lee was scouted and was the fourth member to join boy band, Shinhwa. Although he started out as a rapper and a singer, he stopped rapping as Shinhwa continued to release albums. As a skilled dancer, he has choreographed some of Shinhwa's dances.

2003-2005: Solo Debut[edit]

During the transition from SM Entertainment to Good Entertainment, Lee debut as solo artist in November 2003, under the stage name of "M", being the first Shinhwa member to do so, as well as the first idol to do solo while still being in a group. His first album, Un-Touch-Able, according to the January 2004 chart sold in excess of 100,000 copies,[1] Two lead tracks were released for promotion: "Just One Night", the lead track from the album is a jazzy slow groove song and "Oh Rain". Then in 2004, Lee reunited with Shinhwa to work on their first album with Good Entertainment, Brand New, released in August 2004.

During this time, Lee recorded and released a single, "If You...", in March 2005. Sales did not reach album levels, but the single managed to sell over 30 000 copies. Again, Lee heavily promoted the single, with many performances of the song "If You...", complete with special dance intros performances of other songs. As opposed to the sophisticated image from his first album, Lee promoted this single with a "handsome" image, as the song was a light pop song. However, when fellow Shinhwa member Shin Hye Sung released his solo debut, Lee stopped performing in order to avoid competing with him.

In October 2005, Lee released his second solo album, IInd Winds.[2] Initially released in two versions (including a limited "Lineage II" edition), the album's liner notes showed off a sexier Lee Minwoo, as his new muscular body was clearly displayed; there were many pictures of him in partial attire. Lee used the sexier image for his lead single "Bump!!!", which was a club-oriented dance hit. Complete with an intense video and heavily choreographed performances, the song pushed Lee to the top of the various network charts, and his album sold 80 000 copies in the month of September. To capitalize on this success, Good Entertainment (via EMI Korea, their distributor) released yet another version of the album. However, this one had a completely new cover and special bonus tracks; in addition, there was a bonus VCD. This "Girl Friend edition" was released as Lee moved onto his second single, "Girl Friend", a ballad about a lost love. Lee changed his image once again, displaying a rougher, yet sensitive, image. "Girl Friend" was fairly successful as well, allowing Lee to promote his album for over four months, a rarity in Korea's music industry. The album was ultimately a strong seller, placing 12th in MIAK's year-end charts with over 120,000 copies sold.

2006-2007: M Rising Entertainment and Acting[edit]

Lee kicked off 2006 with his first solo concert, M's Girl Friend, on 14 and 15 January at 88 Gymnasium in Hwagok-dong. Where he performed his solo hits as well as cover versions of "Tonight" and "Cover Girl" by New Kids on the Block.[3] The concert was released on DVD in the summer. After which, Lee debut as an actor in Wontak's Angel, released in summer of 2006. Then for the remainder of the year he rejoined Shinhwa for the released of their 8th album State of the Art, and the associated promotion and Shinhwa 2006 Asia Tour: State of the Art concerts. He resumed his solo career at the end of 2006 with a promotional concert at Seoul Melon AX on 2 December,[4] followed by another concert in Shanghai on 4 December. His end of year activity was participation in new singer Sat's first single, released on 12 December.

In 2007, Lee set up his own agency, M Rising Entertainment, to manage his solo career, whilst he continued to perform as part of Shinhwa under Good Entertainment. In January 2007, Lee took part in the Hallyu Festival in Osaka which also featured bandmate Jun Jin, Kangta of H.O.T, SG Wannabe and actor Song Seung-heon at the Osaka Dome.[5]

Lee performed at American singer Christina Aguilera's Seoul concert on 24 June as part of her Back to Basics Tour.[6] Aguilera reportedly viewed video clips sent in by Korean artists, as she wanted to choose the best. The artists were viewed for their dancing and singing abilities, as well as album sales.[7] Ivy performed as the opening act for the first concert on 23 June, while Lee performed on the second day.[8][9][10]

In mid-July 2007, Lee release his third album Explore, which was in the R&B/dance style of his previous albums. He had composeed nine songs and the album debuted at #3 on the chart. Although he intended to release it in the U.S., with the U.S. via CJ Music and CJ Entertainment's global network,[11] it was released in Korea instead.

2008-2011: Mini Album and Military Service[edit]

Lee's third album M Rizing, sold over 30,000 copies in 2008. Lee's first single from the album was call Stomp, where it was #1 for two consecutive days on an online chart. His second single, “The M Style” was also quite popular as well, climbing up the charts just as quickly. Though his songs manage to chart well, the album sales were not as strong as its two predecessors, with the album dropping off the Korean Monthly Chart rather quickly. Lee released his first mini-album, The Sentimental Reason in February 2008 to coincide with Valentine's Day and White Day. Giving only a limited 13,000 copies, it sold out in less than a month. The mini-album was successful enough for Lee to promote it with two singles, "Just One More Night" and "Believe In Love."....

In June 2009, Lee made a come back with mini album, Minnovation. He collaborated with American producer Outsidaz on title track, "Minnovation", which is infused with electronica and hip hop beats. In January 2010 it was reported that Minwoo was in a serious car accident on Christmas Eve, in which he sustained some serious injuries. He has since been discharged and is recovering at home. He then held M′s Suite Room concert in February.

On 25 February 2010, Lee enlisted for 24 months of mandatory military service, the last Shinhwa members to do so. He completed four weeks of basic training followed by non-active duty as a public service officer at Seoul Station. He was discharged on 2 March 2012.[12]

2012-2013: Shinhwa Company and Comeback[edit]

On 1 July 2011, Lee became co-CEO, with Eric Mun, of 'Shinhwa Company', a joint venture agency for members Shinhwa to perform as a group. The Company manages the group as a whole, whilst members' individual activities are managed by their respective agencies.[13] Shinhwa has since made their comeback in March 2012, after a four-year hiatus. The group released their tenth studio album The Return on 23 March 2012,[14][15] launched their comeback concerts 2012 Shinhwa Grand Tour: The Return throughout Asia[16][17] and their first exclusive variety program Shinhwa Broadcast premiered on 17 March 2012 on cable channel JTBC.[18]

In August 2012, Lee served on the judging panel of the first season of a Chinese singing-survival show Asian Wave, which was broadcast on Dragon Television from 5 September.[19] In September Lee along with band-mate Shin Hye-sung performed at the West Bank Music Festival in Shanghai from 30 September to 2 October, as K-Pop representatives along with other international as such as Michael Bolton in front of an audience of 100,000 people.[20][21]

In November 2012, he signed a management agency contract with Liveworks Company, who already manages bandmates Shin Hye-sung and Kim Dong-wan. Liveworks is to manage his solo activities indlucing album, concert and in partnership on producing songs and developing new talents.[22] Lee is to hold M Original Christmas Live concert on 23 and 24 December 2012. The 4,000 tickets were sold out in two minutes when they went on sell on 2 November.[23]

On 16 May 2013, Shinhwa released their eleventh studio album. The song was well liked and appreciated for its innovative "Vogue" dancing. Four of the songs; "That's Right" (그래; Geurae)", "New Me", "Hurricane" and "I Gave You" was written by Lee- Minwoo.

2014-present: Mini Album and 10th Anniversary as Solo Artist[edit]

In January 2014, it was announced that Minwoo would be releasing a new mini album, in honor of his 10th anniversary as a solo artist. The album would be entitled "M+TEN" and would consist of 5 new tracks. The lead single is set to be a song entitled "Taxi". Stills from the music video have been released and his management team added of the song, "Minwoo did his best to prepare the many songs for his 10th solo anniversary album with special affection by directly selecting and recording the songs... Not only does 'Taxi', which tells of an episode that takes place in a taxi, have an addicting chorus but special performances and more have also been prepared for the song.[24]

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

# Information Tracklisting
1st

If You

  • Released: 10 March 2005
  • Label: EMI Music Korea
  • Agency: Good Entertainment
  • Sales: 30,000
  • Language: Korean
  1. "If You..."
  2. "Overdoze"
  3. "Un-Touch-Able" (Acoustic Edition)
  4. "If You" (D-South Remix)
  5. "Un-Touch-Able" (Instrumental)

Studio Albums[edit]

# Information Tracklisting Editions
1st

Un-Touch-Able

  • Released: 22 November 2003
  • Label: EMI Music Korea
  • Agency: Good Entertainment
  • Sales: 100,000 copies
  • Language: Korean
  1. Intro
  2. Punch
  3. One in a Million (1/1000000)
  4. Just One Night
  5. Sweet Girl
  6. 비야
  7. 착각
  8. un-touch-able
  9. 처럼
  10. Option
  11. To Y...
  12. ...없게 만들어요
  13. For you (to my lovely fans...)
2nd

IInd Winds

  • Released: 3 September 2005
  • Label: EMI Music Korea
  • Agency: Good Entertainment
  • Sales: 120,000 copies
  • Language: Korean
  1. Fighter
  2. 蜃氣樓 (신기루)
  3. Last, First Kiss
  4. Bump!!!
  5. Let me Love you (Feat. Tablo of Epik High)
  6. Girl Friend
  7. Interlude
  8. Sometimes
  9. Battle (Jump! Jump!)
  10. L.U.V
  11. Sweet Sound
  12. Overdoze – Remix
Lineage II Limited Design (CD+DVD)
  • "Battle (Jump! Jump)" music video (Lineage II Version)
  • Lineage II Client Program
Girl Friend Edition (CD+VCD+Photobook)
  • Released 11 November 2005
  • Girl Friend (Piano Remix)
  • Previously un-released MVs
  • M Showcase
  • M Behind the Story clips
3rd

Explore M

  • Released: 12 July 2007
  • Label: EMI Music Korea Ltd
  • Agency: Good Entertainment
  • Sales: 41,007 copies
  • Language: Korean
  1. Showdown (Feat. Eric)
  2. The "M" Style (Feat. Tablo of Epik High)
  3. Boyfriend
  4. Stomp
  5. La Noche Bonita
  6. AM 07:05
  7. Play My Song (Feat. Tiger JK)
  8. 너뿐이라고 (Untouchable Part II)
  9. Pretty Woman
  10. One Last Cry
  11. L.O.V.E
  12. My Child (98/03/24)
4th

M Rizing

  • Released: 24 September 2008
  • Label: EMI Music Korea Ltd
  • Agency: M Rising Entertainment
  • Language: Korean
  1. I'm Here
  2. 남자를 믿지마 (Feat. BigTone)
  3. I “M” U (Feat. MightyMouth)
  4. 용서해
  5. Hot! (Feat. 손담비)
  6. 멋진 인생
  7. 가면 무도회 (Feat. BigTone)
  8. 윙크 쇼
  9. Honey 꼬시기 - Feat. 유빈 (Wonder Girls)
  10. Sad Song
  11. 반한 Girl
  12. 나의 여백 (M’s Epilogue)

Mini Albums[edit]

# Information Tracklisting
1st

The Sentimental Reason

  • Released: 14 February 2008
  • Agency: M Rising Entertainment
  • Sale: 13,000 Copies
  • Language: Korean
  1. Just One More Night
  2. Believe in love
  3. 사랑이란 예쁜 두 글자
  4. Back to the Funk — M’s Life
  5. Believe in Love (M’s Sentimental Version)
  6. Just One More Night(M’s Romanticize Version)
2nd

Minnovation

  • Released: 23 June 2009
  • Agency: M Rising Entertainment
  • Sale: 13,000 Copies
  • Language: Korean
  1. Minnovation
  2. Love Me Ice Cream
  3. Summer Time
  4. 나 집으로 가는 길
  5. 가면 무도회 – Outsidaz Club Remix
  6. The "M" Style – BK Remix
3rd

M+TEN

  • Released: 6 February 2014
  • Agency: Liveworks Company
  • Sale: 10,344
  • Language: Korean
  1. No Limit
  2. Love Supreme
  3. Taxi (Feat. ERIC)
  4. Kiss It Away
  5. Thriller

Live Albums[edit]

# Information Tracklisting
1st

Live Works

  • Released: 22 March 2007
  • Agency: M Rising Entertainment
  • Sales: 9,583
  • Language: Korean
Disc 1
  1. Untouchable
  2. Punch
  3. Fighter
  4. 신기루
  5. One In A Million
  6. If you...
  7. Last First Kiss
  8. 처럼
  9. NewKidsOnTheBlock Medley (Please don't go girl/The right stuff/Cover girl)
Disc 2
  1. Just One Night
  2. Let Me Love U
  3. So sick
  4. Jazz cafe
  5. Sexy Back
  6. Sweet Sound
  7. 아름다운 이별 + Girl Friend
  8. Bump
  9. 흐린 기억속의 그대
  10. Battle

Song Writing Credits[edit]

Lee is composer, lyricist, and producer. He has written many songs for Shinhwa and for other Korean singers.

  • For Solo Album:
  1. 1st album : Punch, Sweet Girl
  2. 2nd album : Fighter, Bump, Let me love you, Sometimes, Battle (Jump, jump), LUV, Shingiru
  3. 3rd album : Showdown, The "M" Style, Boyfriend, Stomp, Pretty Woman, My Child (98/03/24)
  4. 4th album : I'm Here, I'M'U, Forgive Me, HOT, Wonderful Life, Wink Show, Seducing Honey, Sad Song
  5. Mini album: Back to the Funk — M’s Life
  • For Shinhwa’s Album:
  1. 1st concert : My Everything
  2. 2nd concert : Make Money, Yo
  3. 3rd album : Soul
  4. 4th album : Reminiscence
  5. 5th album : Free
  6. 6th album : Lost in Love, Later, 79
  7. 7th album : All of My, Oh, U
  8. 8th album : Paradise
  9. 9th album : Run, SO IN LOVE, Destiny of Love
  10. 10th album : Venus, Red Carpet, Stay, Be my love
  11. 11th album : That's right, New me, Hurricane, I gave you
  • For other singers:
  1. Jewelry : Superstar, One More Time
  2. Lyn : Sunshine (feat. Eric)
  3. SAT : Eraser (As a producer)
  4. Kim Dong-wan : My Love (feat. Eric)
  5. Wonder Girls : Move
  6. Andy Lee: Never Give Up (feat. Eric, Dongwan, Minwoo)
  7. V.O.S: Beautiful Life
  8. 4Minute: "Femme Fatale" from Volume Up[25]

Music Videos[edit]

  • 2003 1st Album – Biya
  • 2003 1st Album - Just One Night
  • 2005 Single - If You
  • 2005 2nd Album - Last, First Kiss
  • 2005 2nd Album - Bump!!!
  • 2005 2nd Album - Battle
  • 2005 2nd Album – Girl Friend
  • 2005 2nd Album – Sometimes
  • 2006 Cici Wang feat Minwoo - Cinderella's Magic
  • 2007 SAT & M – Eraser
  • 2007 Minwoo at HyeRyung's album song title "A ring".
  • 2007 3rd Album - Stomp
  • 2007 3rd Album - M Style
  • 2008 4th Album - Don't Trust Men Ft. Big Tone
  • 2009 2nd Mini Album - Minnovation

Filmography[edit]

Film and Television Series[edit]

Year Title Notes
2000 Haeng Jin sitcom
2001 Nonstop sitcom
2005 Nonstop 5 sitcom
2006 WonTak's Angel film - aka Holy Daddy

Variety shows[edit]

Year Title Notes
2005 Manwon Happiness
Love Letter SBS
X-Man SBS
Vitamin
2006 Infinity Challenge (MBC) Quiz Challenge with Shinhwa (July)
Jihwaza
Gold Fishery
Heroine 6
Shoot Dori Football Germany
New X-Man SBS
2007 Park Kyung Rim's Wonderful Outing
Hidden Camera
2008 Infinity Challenge
Kko Kko Tour (Season 1)
Kko Kko Tour (Season 2)
2009 Girls' Generation's Hello Baby
17 March 2012 – 19 January 2014 Shinhwa Broadcast JTBC
20 July 2013 - 6 October 2013 Dancing 9 Mnet[26][27]
2013 Running Man SBS in ep 161
2014 Radio Star MBC[28][29][30][31]

Concerts[edit]

  • M Showcase: for 2nd album - September 2005
  • M's Girl Friend: first live concert - 14 and 15 January 2006 - 88 Gymnasium, Seoul
  • M Live Works Concert: Seoul (2, 3 December 2006); Osaka, Japan (28 March 2007); Tokyo, Japan (1 April 2007)
  • M Explore Concert in Seoul: 25, 26 August 2007
  • M Style: "HEY! Get Wild! Dance! Scream!" in Seoul 23, 24 and 25 December 2007
  • Explore M 2008: M Style Japan Live in Tokyo: 10, 11 January 2008
  • Wolf M Concert in Seoul: 16, 17 February 2008
  • Back to 'M' Concert in Seoul: 30, 31 May 2008
  • M Rizing Tour Step 1: Club Concert: 25 September 2008 (2 shows)
  • M Rizing Tour Step 2: Concerts in Tokyo: 17, 18 December 2008
  • M Rizing Tour Step 3: Adieu 2008 in Seoul: 31 December 2008 (2 shows)
  • M's Acoustic & Unplugged: 15 to 25 October 2009 at Chungmu Arts Hall[32]
  • M′s Suite Room concert - February 2010
  • M Original Christmas Live concert - 23, 24 December 2012

Awards[edit]

Years Awards
2004
  • Buzz Award
  • MTV Music Award Japan "Best Buzz In Asia"
2005
2006
  • Channel V Thailand: Best Asian Artist
  • DongNam Hottrack music award (China)
  • The most favourite Asia artist chosen by the China citizen "Asia Star Family Love Concert Shanghai"
2007
  • Netizen August MVP artists (3rd Place)
  • Viewer's Choice Award
  • MKMF 2007 Award: Dance Candidates (nominated)
  • MKMF 2007 Award: Song Of The Year (nominated for the song, "Stomp")

Music Shows[edit]

Mnet M! Countdown[edit]

Year Date Song
2014 February 6 Love Supreme & Taxi

SBS Music Trend (Inkigayo)[edit]

Year Date Song
2005 November 20 Girlfriend

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