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Park Jung-Min
SS501 jung min face.jpg
Park Jung-min in Taiwan September 2010
Background information
Birth name 박정민 (朴政珉)
Also known as ROMEO ;
Japanese: パク・ジョンミン : 말, 박말
Born (1987-04-03) April 3, 1987 (age 27)[1]
Origin Seoul, South Korea
Genres K-pop, J-pop, Dance, R&B
Occupations Singer, Dancer, DJ, MC, Actor, model
Years active 2005–present
Labels DSP Media (2005-2010)
CNr Media (2010-2012)
Sony Music Taiwan (2010-2012)
Colourful Records/Victor Entertainment (2012-present)
Yamaha A & R (2012-present)
Associated acts SS501 (2005-present)
Korean name
Revised Romanization Bak Jeong-min
McCune–Reischauer Pak Chŏngmin

Park Jung-Min (Hangul: 박정민; hanja: 朴政珉; born: April 3, 1987)[1] is a South Korean entertainer, actor, and a member of boyband SS501.[2]

In 2009, Park made his musical debut in Grease as "Danny Park",[3] where he received the award "Best New Musical Talent" by the Golden Ticket Awards.[4] He also had his acting debut as a main lead in Human Theater 2010 in 2010.[5]

In 2010, Park opened his own online shopping mall called "Royal Avenue", with him as the CEO.[6] ONstyle Magazine even did a little documentary about it named "What Women Want".[7]

With the expiration of the contract, Park left DSP Media, who managed him as part of SS501 and joined CNr Media as a solo artist.[8] He made his debut as a soloist in January 2011 with mini album Not Alone,[9] and had his first Japanese drama entitled Love Song In August in 2011.[10] However, Park joined Yamaha A&R’s Victor Entertainment eventually after successfully terminating his contract with CNr Media in 2012.[11]

Park speaks Korean, Japanese, and Chinese fluently.[12]


Early life[edit]

Park Jung Min family consists of his parents and two siblings: one brother and one sister, neither of whom work in the entertainment industry.[13]

Park was born on April 3, 1987 in Seoul, South Korea.[1] He studied in the Department of multi-media images, Major in Acting at the Kyonggi University,[14] where he was the student council president with fellow SS501 member Kim Hyung Jun.[15] However, because of Kim Hyung Jun's constant absence from school due to his training with DSP Media, which later became their agency, Jung Min said that he had never met Kim before SS501 was formed.[16]


Before his debut, Park was once a commercial model for condoms.[17] When he was 13 years old, he was scouted by an agency and was accepted by both DSP Media and S.M. Entertainment. At that time, S.M. Entertainment told him that they were preparing a new group, but that the group consisted of many members, which according to Park was probably Super Junior since he saw them rehearsing too. Park eventually chose DSP Media because he believed that he would debut faster through DSP.[16][18][19]

2005-2009: SS501 debut[edit]

See also: SS501
SS501 at My Style My MTV on stage (2008)

Park Jung Min debuted as a member of SS501 on June 8, 2005,[16][20] along with their debut album entitled Warning.[21] Their second mini album, Snow Prince was released in late 2005, five months after their debut.[22] During this time, they also established their official fan club name, "Triple S", and fan club color, pearl green.[23] The group earned popularity right away as they won many rookie awards after their debut.[24]

In 2006, Jung Min hosted radio program SS501's Youngstreet on Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS) with fellow SS501 member, Heo Young Saeng beginning in May 1, 2006.[25] He, then, continued to host with Kim Kyu Jong, another of his band mates, when Heo left the program on August 21, due to a throat condition requiring laryngeal surgery.[26]

He, along with the other members of SS501, except for Heo Young Saeng who was recovering from surgery, lent their voices to the Korean version of 2006 animated film Pi's Story.[27]

SS501 soon promoted their first studio album, which was released on November 10 entitled S.T 01 Now.[28] Singles from the album included "Unlock" and "Four Chance".[29]

Later in 2007, the group debuted in the Japanese market to further spread their activities and challenge themselves outside Korea.[24] A Japanese fan club was established with the name "Triple S Japan", which officially debuted on March 25, 2007, when SS501 had their first official meeting with the club.[30][31] The group at this time released their Japanese single Kokoro, alongside multiple versions, including one with all members and five featuring each member individually.[32] The single debuted at the 5th spot on the Oricon chart, and moved to 3rd spot the next day.[33] It was also chosen as an ending theme song for an anime entitled Blue Dragon.[34] In September, SS501 released their second single in Japan entitled Distance.[35] Finally in October 24, a month later, a full album was released with their self-titled album, SS501.[36] SS501 also received the "Newcomer Award" by Japan Gold Disc Award in January 2008; this was the first time for Korean artists to receive this award.[37]

After their Japanese activities, SS501 returned to Korea with their single Deja Vu, which was released on March 13, 2008.[38] Soon after, their third Japanese single was released on June 18, 2008 entitled Lucky Days.[36]

In 2008, he made his musical debut in Grease, playing the lead role, 'Danny Park'.,[3] while he starred in his first acting career as a main lead entitled Human Theater 2010,[5] playing himself as the main character in 2010.

In 2009-2010, SS501 released All My Love,[39] Solo Collection,[40] Rebirth,[41][42] and Destination[43] consecutively before their contracts ended.

2010-2011: leaving DSP Media and solo artist[edit]

Park Jung Min performing "Not Alone" on Mnet M Countdown, 2011

In June 2010, upon the expiration of Park Jung Min's contract with DSP Media, he signed with CNr Media on August 10, 2010, a company jointly set up by Taiwanese producer Comic-Ritz and Korean Roy Media, to embark on his solo career. CNr Media stated that SS501's activities are top priority in his contract and that they have not disbanded.[8] He also signed with Sony Music Asia for his Asia activities after finalizing his contract on September 30,[44] and Yamaha Music Entertainment for his Japan activities which is revealed on September 17.[45] During this time, Park Jung Min and Kim Hyung Jun also attended the 21st Golden Melody Awards in Taiwan to present an award together with Ken Chu.[46]

Park Jung Min was the first one to release a solo album, with his debut solo mini album, Not Alone,[9] on January 20, 2011, and visited Taiwan and Singapore to promote it.[47] His albums are distributed in Taiwan by Sony Music Taiwan.[44]

In April 2011, Park performed with Japanese duo Mihimaru GT at a UN Charity Concert in Yokohama, Japan to aid victims of the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami.[48] Three months later, in July, he has been cast as the lead in Japanese mobile drama LISMO 'August's Love Song'.[49] He also contributed to KBS2's The Princess' Man OST in August, where he sang "Missing You" composed by Park Jung Wook.[50]

In September, he attended and performed at the 2011 Korea Music Wave in Malaysia concert at the Stadium Merdeka Kuala Lumpur including GD & TOP, Seungri, F.T. Island, and more.[51] He performed once again in December for another event in Malaysia with the concept "The Global Art of Mixing" collaborating with Yoga Lin for "Forever Love" and A-Lin.[52] Park was cast in a Japanese musical Bonds Of Boys as an exchange student from November 18 to 23, 2011.[53]

2012: Fondant Garden, lawsuit against CNr Media and Beautiful album[edit]

In February 2012, Park starred alongside Jian Man Shu, Kingone Wang and Lia Lee, in a Taiwanese drama named Fondant Garden, playing the lead role of Park Hee Hwan.

Between April 2 and 7, Park participated in Dominic's Way fashion show during the 2012 Seoul Fashion Week, for designer Song Hye-myung, who designed SS501's clothes for their Destination mini album jacket. He was dressed as vdette in a dark angel attire with spreading wings.[54][55]

On April 12, Park filed an injunction at Seoul Central District Court against his agency CNr Media to cancel his exclusive representation contract, citing improper distribution of profits.[56] A source close to Park said:

"The exclusive contract with CNr Media stated that the profits would be divided 8-to-2 for those coming from Korea and 5-to-5 for those coming from overseas, but the profits were never distributed except for the ₩150 million given since last year."[57]

According to another media source, Park departed from CNr Media in March 2012 but continued with his schedule in Japan on April 14 despite the injunction.[58]

The decision of the court came on July 30, favoring Park Jung Min's case against CNR Media. With this decision, he is now free to promote in Korea and overseas regardless of his contract with CNR Media until the judgment on merits is issued, especially that if the contract was continued, Park Jung Min's career might be in danger. However, despite the lawsuit, he still continued to uphold his promise with his fans, attending all schedules set by CNR Media including promotions for the Taiwanese drama Fondant Garden.[59] On October 10, his new agency, Yamaha A&R, announced that Park filled a two hundred million won lawsuit against his former agency, seeking compensation.[11] Finally on May 22, the legal battle between Park and his former agency, CNr Media, has finally come to an end. It was said through a press release on May 28 that Park agreed to receive an amount that could be paid by his former agency since CNr Media is in poor financial status recently. Park Jung Min′s attorney said:

"We weren′t aiming for the money in the compensation case. We just wanted to clear up all ties with the former agency. We reached an agreement so that all legal ties would be cleared, letting Park Jung Min concentrate on his current activities."[60]

After the lawsuit, Park Jung Min debuted in Japan using the name 'Romeo' under Victor Music.[61] He released two albums, named Give Me Your Heart and Tonight's The Night in September and October respectively.[62] Afterwards, he returned to Korea to continue his music career as 'Park Jung Min' and released his first self-produced single album entitled Beautiful.[63] At the end of the year, he released a full length Japanese album Midnight Theatre back as Romeo. During his 'Face Off Concert' at the Tokyo Dome City Hall, however, he performed as both 'Park Jung Min' and 'Romeo'.[64]

2013-present: international tours[edit]

Park Jung Min attended and performed at the 2013 StarHub TVB Golden Viva Spectacular together with other K-Pop artists on February 9, that was initially filmed during the January 31 at the Seoul Student Jamsil Gymnasium. The performances were broadcast simultaneously in Korea, Singapore, and Hong Kong to celebrate the Lunar New Year with their Hong Kong fans.[65]

On February 14, he held a press conference at the Sony Music Square in Tokyo about his upcoming concert tour. He had eight performances in total, starting on March 19 in Fukoka, March 21 in Osaka, March 22 in Tokyo, and March 23 in Nagoya. His shows had a different concept, though: light/dark; good/bad concept. In particular, he performed by the name "Park Jung Min" during the day, then changing his persona to "Romeo" when the night comes.[66]

On the day of SS501's eighth anniversary, Park, together with SS501 members posted the same video on YouTube together to celebrate and greet their fans.[67] Kim Hyun Joong was not able to be in the video at that time because he had a shooting on his variety show, Barefoot Friends.[68] However, Kim Hyun Joong still talked about their anniversary on his Korea fanmeeting entitled 2013 KHJ Show - Party People, held at the same day of their anniversary.[69]

Park had his first fanmeeting tour in South and Latin America together with co-member Heo Young-saeng starting on August 17.[70] Although it is said to be a joint fanmeeting tour, which was put by Zafiro Productions, the two of them would not have the same time and meetings with their fans. The tour consisted of three stops: two in Peru, and one in Mexico. Fanmeetings in Lima, Peru on August 17 and Mexico on August 20 were held as originally planned, and an encore in Lima, Peru on August 24 was added later on.[71]

On December 14, DSP Media had its first festival held at Seoul Jamsil Indoor Gymnasium in celebration of DSP Media's 22nd anniversary.[72] Together with the company's artists, Park and Eun Ji-won of Sechs Kies joined and performed in the festival.[73]

In the beginning of 2014, Park had his first European Tour, "Park Jung Min Reverso Tour". He made stops in Paris, Germany, and Russia starting on January 29. His first stop was Dortmund at FZW on January 31. The next day, he headed to Paris at the Le Divan du Monde before wrapping things up in Moscow on February 3 at the Concert Hall. In addition, he had shared the stage with his opening act, Choi Soo Min, a boxer-turned-pianist who has received critical acclaim for his dynamic style of music.[74]


In 2011, Park was one of the artists who donated their favorite hat to "쇼나조각 展" held in an open pavilion in Gyeongbokgung Subway Line 3 to collect donations and give them to underprivileged children in the .[75] He also volunteered and performed during the "United Nations charity event: Friend’s Whistle! Act For Tomorrow!". Along with the members of Choshinsei(Supernova), they stood outside the event hall at Pacifica Yokohama to collect monetary donations for the victims of Tohoku Earthquake.[76] He also performed on April 28 to encourage people to donate.[77] At the end of the year, he was reported to have ranked 4th in donating rice (1.2 tons of rice) in the "Salvation Army by the company Dreame". The centre is known for donating rice and sending them to local children’s shelters as well as the national center for social welfare and undernourished children; benefiting young boys and girls as well as the elderly.[78]

On May 31, 2012, Park performed in the"'Music Echo Together of Love" charity concert at the Amsa Rehabilitation Center[79]




Year Title Hangul Role
2006 Pi's Story 파이 스토리 Voice (Korea Version)

Television series[edit]

Year Title Original title Role Network Genre
2005 Nonstop 5 논스톱 5 Cameo Ep.207 MBC Sitcom
Can Love Be Refilled? 사랑도 리필이 되나요
2007 Hotelier ホテリアー Cameo Ep.7 (with SS501) TV Asahi Japanese drama
2008 Elephant 코끼리 Himself Ep.85 MBC Sitcom
Spotlight 스포트라이트 Cameo (with SS501) MBC Drama
2010 Human Theater 인생극장 Himself Ep.1-6 MBC every1
2011 Pianissimo[80][81]
(DVD title: Super Star)[82]
피아니시모 Detective Cha Min-seo (Ep. "Meet") TrendE Mini drama
Love Song In August[10] 八月のラヴソング Himself Japanese drama
2012 Fondant Garden[83] 翻糖花園 Park Hee-hwan/Pu Xi-huan/Han Ji CTV Taiwanese drama

Variety shows[edit]

Year Title Hangul Episodes Network
2006 Heroine 6 57-58 SBS
2007 New X-Man New X맨 Episode 15 (#13) SBS
2008 We Got Married (season 1) 우리 결혼했어요 Recurring Guest MBC
2009 Golden Fishery
Haptic Mission Guest
2010 What Women Want ONstyle Magazine
2011 Star Dance Battle MBC
Park Jung Min Loved in Asia 5 Episodes MNet Japan
Let's Go Dream Team[84] May 19 KBS
Jung Bo Suk's One o'Clock in the Morning at Chungdam Dong September 2011 MBC
2012 MBC Quiz Talk Variety Show December 8 MBC

Musical theater[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2008 Grease Danny Park
2010 Bonds Of Boys Park Jung-sol Japanese musical
2013 Summer Snow Kan Jinha Japanese musical

Radio DJ[edit]

  • May 1, 2006 - April 15, 2007: SBS Power FM - SS501's Young Street (Korean: SS501의 영스트리트)


See also: SS501 Awards
Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2009 Golden Ticket Awards Best New Musical Talent[4] Grease Won
2012 So-Loved Awards
(First European KPOP Awards)
Japan Release[85] Give Me Your Heart 3rd place
2013 So-Loved Awards
(First European KPOP Awards)
Solo Artist - Male[86] 4th place
Korean Entertainment 10th Anniversary Awards in Japan Best Korean Solo Artist[87] ROMEO Nominated



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