Black Eyed Pilseung

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Black Eyed Pilseung (Korean블랙아이드필승; lit. "Black Eyed Victory") is a South Korean music production and songwriting duo made up of Rado (Song Joo-young) and Choi Kyu-sung, formed in 2014.[1][2] They have produced hit songs such as Sistar's "Touch My Body"; Miss A's "Only You"; Twice's "Like Ooh-Ahh", "Cheer Up", "TT", "Likey", and "Fancy"; and Apink's "I'm So Sick", "Eung Eung", and "Dumhdurum".[3][4][5][6]

Before the duo's formation, both members often collaborated with Shinsadong Tiger. Rado worked on hit songs such as 4Minute's "Volume Up", Apink's "My My" and "Hush", and Trouble Maker's "Trouble Maker" and "Now", while Choi Kyu-sung was involved in T-ara's "Roly-Poly", Hyuna's "Bubble Pop", and Beast's "Fiction".

In August 2017, the duo joined forces with CJ E&M to launch a new entertainment company called High-Up Entertainment.[7]



Rado (Korean라도) (birth name: Song Joo-young (Korean송주영)) was born on July 11, 1984.[8][9] He was a member of the now-defunct boy band Someday.[9][10] In 2010, he collaborated with rapper Dok2 in the EP album It's We.[11]

Choi Kyu-sung[edit]

Choi Kyu-sung (Korean최규성) was born on May 7, 1984 in Seoul.[12][13]

Production discography[edit]


Artist Song Album
Sistar "Touch My Body" Touch N Move
Teen Top "Missing" (쉽지않아) Éxito
"Alone" (혼자 사니)
"Cry" (울어)
"I'm Sorry" (우린 문제 없어)
Hyolyn and Jooyoung "Erase" (지워) (featuring Iron) Non-album single


Artist Song Album
Niel "Only You" ONiely
"Lovekiller" (못된 여자) (featuring Dok2)
"Lady" (featuring L.Joe)
Miss A "Only You" (다른 남자 말고 너) Colors
Shannon Williams "Why Why" (왜요 왜요) Eighteen
Jang Hyun-seung "It's Me" My
"Ma First" (니가 처음이야) (Feat. Giriboy)
"Breakup With Him" (걔랑 헤어져) (Feat. Dok2)
"I Said I Love You" (사랑한다고)
Teen Top "Hot Like Fire" Natural Born Teen Top
"Ah-Ah" (아침부터 아침까지)
"Confusing" ( 헷갈려)
Got7 "If You Do" (니가 하면) Mad
Twice "Like Ooh-Ahh" (OOH-AHH하게) The Story Begins


Artist Song Album
AOA Cream "I'm Jelly Baby" (질투 나요 BABY) Non-album single
Twice "Cheer Up" Page Two
"TT" Twicecoaster: Lane 1
Babylon "너 나 우리" (Between Us) (Feat. Dok2) BETWEEN US
Sistar "I Like That" Insane Love
BTOB Blue "Stand By Me" (내 곁어 서 있어줘) Non-album single
Apink "Only One" (내가 설렐 수 있게) Pink Revolution
"Only One" (내가 설렐 수 있게) (R&B Ver.) Dear


Artist Song Album
Cosmic Girls "Happy" Happy Moment
Sistar "Lonely" Non-album single
Idol School "Cause You're Pretty" (예쁘니까)
Davichi "To Me" (나에게 넌)
Twice "Likey" Twicetagram


Artist Song Album
Chungha "Roller Coaster" Offset
KHAN (Yuna Kim, Jeon Minju) "I'm Your Girl?" N/A
Apink "I'm So Sick" (1도없어) One & Six
Hyolyn "See Sea" (바다보러갈래) Set Up Time #3


Artist Song Album
Chungha "Gotta Go (벌써 12시)" XII
Apink "%%" (Eung Eung(응응)) Percent
Twice "Fancy" Fancy You
Ruann "Beep Beep" Beep Beep (single)


Artist Song Album
Apink "Dumhdurum" Look
Refund Sisters "Don't Touch Me" Don't Touch Me (single)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Gaon Chart K-Pop Awards[edit]

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2015 Black Eyed Pilseung Composer of the Year Won
2016 Won
2019 Won

Mnet Asian Music Awards[edit]

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2016 Black Eyed Pilseung Best Producer of the Year[14] Won


  1. ^ "Sistar Hyorin skin tone makes Dasom's face disappear". KBS Global. July 28, 2014. Retrieved April 19, 2016.
  2. ^ Kim Dong-Joo. "TEEN TOP debut #1 on 'Music Bank'". StarN News. Retrieved April 19, 2016.
  3. ^ Kim Jae-heun (March 31, 2015). "Suzy confirms she's dating hallyu star". The Korea Times. Retrieved April 19, 2016.
  4. ^ Ahn Sung-mi (February 12, 2016). "[V Report] AOA Cream makes debut". K-Pop Herald. Retrieved April 19, 2016.
  5. ^ Won Ho-jung (October 20, 2015). "Twice's 'Story Begins'". The Korea Herald. Retrieved April 19, 2016.
  6. ^ Park Gyu-oh (November 20, 2014). "Hyolin, Jooyoung release collaborated 'Erase'". K-Pop Herald. Retrieved April 19, 2016.
  7. ^ "Producers Black Eyed Pilseung Establish New Agency With CJ E&M – Soompi".
  8. ^ Rado's profile on Naver
  9. ^ a b "라도 – Daum".
  10. ^ "Someday – Daum".
  11. ^ "도끼 & 라도 – It's We (EP) – 리드머 – 대한민국 대표 흑인음악 미디어".
  12. ^ Choi Kyu-sung's profile on Naver
  13. ^ "최규성 – Daum".
  14. ^ "MAMA 2016 Winners'". CJ E&M. December 4, 2016. Archived from the original on February 2, 2017. Retrieved December 4, 2016.

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