M.I.L.K

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M.I.L.K.
Origin South Korea
Genres K-pop
Years active 2001–2003
Labels BM Entertainment, SM Entertainment
Associated acts SM Town, TVXQ
Members Hyun Jin
Kim Bomi
Bae Yumi
Park Hee Bon

M.I.L.K. (Hangul: 밀크) was a K-pop girl group signed under SM Entertainment's sister label, BM Entertainment in 2001. They disbanded when Bae Yumi left the group in 2003. Now each member has gone off to do their own individual projects such as acting, singing, MCing, VJing, and modeling. The abbreviation stands for Made In Lovely Kin.[1]

Members[edit]

Seo Hyun Jin[edit]

Date of Birth : February 27, 1985

  • Hyun Jin was the lead singer of the group and was considered the best in dancing. She returned to the K-pop scene as a soloist. No official album or single has been confirmed, but she has already released four solo tracks featured on OSTs and the SM Town compilations. After starring as the leading lady in the TVXQ drama Dating on Earth, Hyun Jin has been more active in recent years as an actress, appearing in the television series H.I.T, Hwang Jini, The Duo (for which she won Best New Actress at the 2011 MBC Drama Awards), and Feast of the Gods (for which she won Excellence Award in a Serial Drama at the 2012 MBC Drama Awards).

Kim Bomi[edit]

Date of Birth: July 12, 1984

  • Kim Bomi gained popularity as the SM Town music video vixen by starring as the lead female role in many SM artist's music videos before her debut with M.I.L.K. Now that the group has disbanded, she happens to be the least active. Her most recent work were roles in TVXQ dramas and some commercial work.

Bae Yumi[edit]

Date of Birth: December 10, 1984.

  • Bae Yumi was the only member to leave SM Entertainment. Currently she is studying at Yonsei University while balancing an acting and singing career. She starred in the independent film, 'Eight Broken Fingers', which won Best Foreign Film at the 2006 FAIF International Film Festival Awards. She was also nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role. Her next appearance is a cameo in an upcoming Korean zombie film. Yumi also took part in writing rap verses for M.I.L.K. in English.

Park Hee-Bon[edit]

Date of Birth: May 11, 1983

  • Park Hee-bon was considered the leader of the group. After the disbandment of the group, Jae Young returned with the stage name, Park Hee Bon. She now happens to be the most recognizable of the four members because she has been cast in many shows with S.M. Entertainment's biggest boy bands, TVXQ! & Super Junior. In a few M.I.L.K. songs, she was credited for writing some of the Korean rap verses.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Information
2001 With Freshness Tracklist
  1. Crystal
  2. Come To Me
  3. Sad Letter
  4. Blind Love
  5. All My Love For You
  6. I Want You
  7. Secret
  8. Reason
  9. Wish
  10. She Never...
  11. Stay with me
  12. Good Time
  13. Crystal (Instrumental)

Collaborations[edit]

  • '01 Winter Vacation in SM Town - Angel Eyes
  • '02 Summer Vacation in SM Town - Summer Vacation
  • '02 Winter Vacation in SM Town - My Angel, My Light
  • '03 Summer Vacation in SM Town - Hello! Summer!
  • '04 Summer Vacation in SM Town - Hot Mail
  • '06 Summer Vacation in SM Town - Red Sun
  • '06 Winter Vacation in SM Town - Snow Dream

References[edit]

  1. ^ he name M.I.L.K. stands for Made in Lovely Kin, from http://www.jpopasia.com/group/milk/