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Birth nameNoh Ah Joo (노아주)
Born (1990-07-06) July 6, 1990 (age 28)
OriginSeoul, South Korea
Occupation(s)Singer, Dancer, Actor
Years active2007–2010
LabelsStam Entertainment
Associated actsYounha

Ajoo (Born Noh Ah-joo, (노아주 on July 6, 1990) is a South Korean singer who debuted in 2008 with the single "1st Kiss".

Although his first single did not do as well as expected on music charts he made a comeback with "Paparazzi" which features labelmate and popular female solo artist Younha. Younha also wrote the lyrics for the song and appeared in the music video.

He released a single in early 2009 titled "재벌2세" ("Wealthy 2nd Generation"), which deals with the topic of rich, spoiled children. The song was banned in its original state from KBS, saying that the song was encouraging excessive, indulgent lifestyles; this was criticized by the public, saying that KBS's own dramas were guilty of the same thing, namely its hit Boys Over Flowers.[1]

In 2010 he starred in a Thai film Kaorak thi kaoli Sorry saranghaeyo by Poj Arnon, as himself.[2]


Album # Album information Copies sold Tracks
1st 1st Kiss - Single
  • Released: February 18, 2008
  • Length: N/A
  • Language: Korean
  1. 첫 키스
  2. Alarm 06:00
  3. 첫 키스 (Instrumental)
  4. Alarm 06:00 (Instrumental)
2nd Paparazzi - EP
  • Released: July 7, 2008
  • Length: N/A
  • Language: Korean
  1. Paparazzi(Feat. 윤하, 태완 a.k.a. C-Luv)
  2. Lady Lady
  3. Crazy Love(Feat. 현무 (Of Trespass))
  4. 무릎 꿇고
  5. Paparazzi (Instrumental)
  6. 무릎 꿇고 (Instrumental)
3rd Wealthy 2 Generation
  • Released: February 2, 2009
  • Length: N/A
  • Language: Korean
  1. Everything Is In My Hands
  2. Wealthy 2 Generation
  3. Wealthy 2 Generation (Instrumental)


  1. ^ Kim, Hyeong-woo. 아주 ‘재벌2세’ 제목까지 변경 KBS 재심의 요청 (Ajoo's "Wealthy 2nd Generation" Needs Even Title Changed According to KBS Review)[permanent dead link]. Joins.com. February 17, 2009. Retrieved February 19, 2009.
  2. ^ "เการัก ที่เกาหลี Sorry ซารังเฮโย". kapook (in Thai). May 31, 2010. Retrieved September 5, 2016.