Bohemian (band)

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Bohemian
BohemianGroupConcertPhoto.jpg
Bohemian ready to perform in Seoul, April 2012
Left to right: Yoo Kyu Sang, Kim Yong Jin, Park Sang Woo
Background information
OriginSeoul, South Korea
GenresPop
Years active2010 (2010)–present
LabelsKingpin Entertainment, prior
HMG Entertainment (South Korea)
LOEN Entertainment (South Korea)
Websitewww.hmgent.co.kr (in Korean)
www.iloen.com (in Korean)
MembersPark Sang Woo
Kim Yong Jin
Yoo Kyu Sang

Bohemian (Korean: 보헤미안, Japanese: ボヘミアン; stylized as BOHEMIAN), is a three-member South Korean pop/ballad group,[1] that along with group endeavors, has recorded many soundtracks, abbreviated as OSTs, for South Korean films and Korean drama or k-drama for television in South Korea, as individual artists. The group is composed of Park Sang Woo (Korean: 박상우), Kim Yong Jin (Korean: 김용진), and Yoo Kyu Sang (Korean: 유규상). Bohemian debuted in 2010 with members Park Sang Woo and Yoo Kyu Sang.[2] In 2012, they were joined by Kim Yong Jin.[3] The group is managed by HMG Entertainment,[4] with recordings released by their distribution company, LOEN Entertainment. Through a LOEN Entertainment agreement with Viki, a video streaming site, both Kim Yong Jin and Bohemian are listed as artists, and their music videos can be viewed.[5][6]

History[edit]

Park Sang Woo is the group's leader. He was born on April 16, 1986, is 185 cm tall and has a level 2 Taekwondo certification. Park is a regular cast member of Saturday Night Live Korea or SNL Korea on cable network TVN or tvN.[7] One of Park's OSTs was "I Love You Again and Again" for the 2009 drama The City Hall.[4][8] From December, 2013 - January, 2014 Park performed as dancer/chorus, with solo[9] for the musical "December: Unfinished Song", written and directed by Jang Jin and performed at Sejong Center, with lead roles performed by Junsu of JYJ and actor/singer Park Gun-hyung.[10] On March 14, 2014, Park announced on Twitter his sudden decision to enter the military,[11] and entered quietly on March 18.[12]

Yoo Kyu Sang, the youngest of the group, was born on June 22, 1988, and is 181 cm tall. Yoo started an early modeling career at Cheonan High School, and participated in a 2010 music video released by Psy and Kim Jang-hoon, "Ring For Me Once Again".[4][13]

The duo debuted as Bohemian in 2010, released their first album, "Love Letter",[14] and appeared on several televised music programs with the single of the same title.[2]

Kim Yong Jin, the oldest of the group, was born on October 18, 1982, and is 178 cm tall. Kim graduated from Yeoju Institute of Technology and has completed his Conscription in South Korea. Kim is also known by the single letter "I"[6] and released his first album, "Soulmate" in 2007. One of Kim's latest OSTs was the theme song "Hurt" for the drama Cruel City, also known as Heartless City, which aired on JTBC from May–July, 2013.[15][16] On December 3, 2015, Kim appeared as a "skilled vocalist" participant on I Can See Your Voice, singing one of his Spring Day OSTs.[17]

After Kim Yong Jin joined Bohemian in 2012, the group released albums "Don't Hurt" and "There Is No Sun",[18] followed by appearances on several music programs with singles, of the same titles.[19] On variety shows, Park Sang Woo has done singing impressions, including Girls' Generation "The Boys". Also on variety shows, Bohemian members Park Sang Woo and Yoo Kyu Sang have done a dance parody of Michael Jackson "Billie Jean" and Rain "Rainism";[20][21] and Kim Yong Jin has performed a couple's dance with comedian Sayuri.[21] Bohemian's latest digital single, "Send, Bye, Sorry" was released August 2, 2013.[22]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Title[4][23] Album details Peak chart positions Track listing
KOR
Soulmate[16][24]
Track listing
  1. "One Person (한사람)"
  2. "Habits (습관)"
  3. "The Breakup (이별을 말하다)"
  4. "Don't Say Goodbye"
  5. "After Effect (후유증)"
  6. "The Words That I Love You (그대를 사랑한단 말)"
  7. "First Love (첫 사랑)"
  8. "Shooting Love (사랑을 쏘다)"
  9. "Again and Again" (자꾸만)"
  10. "Couldn't Be Better Than This" (이보다 더 좋을순 없다)"
  11. "I Wish More Every Day" (하루씩 더 바랍니다)"
  12. "Is It Okay (그래도 될까)"
  13. "Do Not Leave" (떠나지 말아요)"
  14. "Hi (안녕)"(remake)
Love Letter
  • Released: August 25, 2010
  • Label: Kingpin Entertainment
  • Artists: Park Sang Woo, Yoo Kyu Sang
Track listing
  1. "Love Letter"
  2. "My Angel"
  3. "To Love and Be Loved (사랑하고 사랑합니다)"
  4. "Love Letter" (Inst.)
  5. "My Angel" (Inst.)
Don't Hurt
(아프지마)
[5]
  • Released: March 16, 2012
  • Label: LOEN Entertainment
  • Artists: Park Sang Woo, Kim Yong Jin, Yoo Kyu Sang
Track listing
  1. "Don't Hurt (아프지마)"
  2. "Standing Here (여기 서있다)
  3. "Eyes, Nose, Mouth (눈코입)"
  4. "Don't Hurt (아프지마)" (Inst.)
  5. "Standing Here (여기 서있다)" (Inst.)
  6. "Eyes, Nose, Mouth (눈코입)" (Inst.)
There is no Sun
(태양은 없다)
  • Released: June 29, 2012
  • Label: LOEN Entertainment
  • Artists: Park Sang Woo, Kim Yong Jin, Yoo Kyu Sang
Track listing
  1. "There is no Sun (태양은 없다)"
  2. "Don't Hurt (아프지마)"
  3. "Standing Here (여기 서있다)"
  4. "Eyes, Nose, Mouth (눈코입)"
  5. "Don't Hurt (아프지마) duet, Park Sang Woo, Yoo Seung Eun
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Singles[edit]

Title[4][23] Details Peak chart positions Track listing
KOR
I Love You Noona
("사랑해요 누나)
[8]
  • Released: July 10, 2008
  • Label: Kingpin Entertainment
  • Artist: Park Sang Woo
Track listing
  1. "I Love You Noona ("사랑해요 누나)"
  2. "Don't Say (말하지마)"
Don't Say
(말하지마)
[8]
  • Released: September 26, 2008
  • Label: Kingpin Entertainment
  • Artist: Park Sang Woo
Track listing
  1. "Don't Say (말하지마)"
  2. "On a Rainy Night (비오는 밤)"
Is There Love
(사랑이 있을까)
[16]
Track listing
  1. "Is There Love (사랑이 있을까)"
  2. "It Was Not (참 못됐습니다)"
Knockin On My Heart
(내 마음에 노크)
[8]
  • Released: May 20, 2009
  • Label: Kingpin Entertainment
  • Artist: Park Sang Woo
Track listing
  1. "Knockin On My Heart (내 마음에 노크)
Don't Be Sick
(아프지마)
Track listing
  1. "Don't Be Sick (아프지마)"
  2. "Don't Be Sick" (inst.)
Send, Bye, Sorry
(보.헤.미안)
  • Released: August 2, 2013
  • Label: LOEN Entertainment
  • Artists: Park Sang Woo, Kim Yong Jin, Yoo Kyu Sang
Track listing
  1. "Send, Bye, Sorry (보.헤.미안)
It's Not
(아니라고)
Track listing
  1. "It's Not (아니라고)"
  2. "It's Not (아니라고) (Inst.)"
Calling Out (불러본다)
Track listing
  1. "Calling Out (불러본다)"
  2. "Calling Out (불러본다) (Inst.)"
Nonsense (헛소리)[25]
Track listing
  1. "Nonsense (헛소리)"
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Soundtracks[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title[4][16] Film Artist
2003 "Happy End (행복 한 끝)" Garden of Heaven Kim Yong Jin
2005 "Remember Me (기억해줘)" Sad Movie Kim Yong Jin
2006 "After Effect (후유증)" How the Lack of Love Affects Two Men Kim Yong Jin
2008 "Fool(바보)" BABO Kim Yong Jin
2008 "Outside Love (외사랑)" BABO Kim Yong Jin

TV Series[edit]

Year Title[1][2][4][8][16][19] TV Series Artist
2004 "Unfinished Story (끝나지 않은 이야기)" Match Made in Heaven Kim Yong Jin
2005 "Spring Days (봄날)" Spring Day Kim Yong Jin
"Don't Go (봄날)" Spring Day Kim Yong Jin
"Rather (차라리)" Spring Day Kim Yong Jin
"Remember Me (기억해줘)" Spring Day Kim Yong Jin
2008 "Real Bad (참 못됐습니다)" Robber Kim Yong Jin
"Don't Tell Me (말하지마)" Kko Kko Tours Single♥Single Park Sang Woo
2009 "Is There Love (사랑이 있을까)"[6] Will It Snow for Christmas? Kim Yong Jin
"Knockin On My Heart (내 마음에 쫓 고)" Cinderella Man Park Sang Woo
"Always (항상)" No Limit Park Sang Woo
"And Now (그리고 지금)" Dream Park Sang Woo
"A Song For A Fool (바보를 위한 노래)" You're Beautiful Park Sang Woo
"I Love You Again and Again (사랑하고 사랑합니다)" The City Hall Park Sang Woo
2010 "That Man (그사람)" Jejungwon Park Sang Woo
2011 "Deep Love (깊은 사랑)" Deep Rooted Tree Kim Yong Jin
2012 "You In My Arms (그대 내 품에)" Bridal Mask Kim Yong Jin
2013 "Hurt (상처)" Cruel City Kim Yong Jin
"Waiting For You (기다린다)"[26] Hold My Hand Kim Yong Jin
2014 "Love...Remember (사랑... 기억)" Only Love Kim Yong Jin
"Knife (칼)" The Three Musketeers Kim Yong Jin
2015 "Two Leaf Clover (두잎 클로버)" Bird That Doesn't Cry Kim Yong Jin
"Trying To Forget (잊어보려한다)" The Mother and Daughter-in-Law Kim Yong Jin
"Us (우리)" A Daughter Just Like You Kim Yong Jin
"Close My Eyes (눈감아도)" Witch's Castle Kim Yong Jin
2016 "Call (부른다)" Glamorous Temptation Kim Yong Jin

Concerts and Performances[edit]

Musicals[edit]

Year
Title Role Notes Artist
December 16, 2013-
January 29, 2014
December: Unfinished Song[10] Chorus(Solo),[9] Dancer Written/Directed by Jang Jin. Lead roles by Junsu of JYJ and Park Gun-hyung. Park Sang Woo

Television[edit]

Music Shows[edit]

Inkigayo[edit]

Year Date Song Artist(s)
2007 April 22 "Talk About Separation" Kim Yong Jin
2010 October 31 "Love Letter" Park Sang Woo, Yoo Kyu Sang
November 21
December 5
2012 March 11 "Don't Hurt" Park Sang Woo, Kim Yong Jin, Yoo Kyu Sang
April 1

Music Bank[edit]

Year Date Song Artist(s)
2010 October 1 "Love Letter" Park Sang Woo, Yoo Kyu Sang
2012 March 16 "Don't Hurt" Park Sang Woo, Kim Yong Jin, Yoo Kyu Sang

M! Countdown[edit]

Year Date Song Artist(s)
2010 December 23 "Love Letter" Park Sang Woo, Yoo Kyu Sang
2012 March 8 "Don't Hurt" Park Sang Woo, Kim Yong Jin, Yoo Kyu Sang

Show Champion[edit]

Year Date Song Artist(s)
2012 April 10 "Don't Hurt" Park Sang Woo, Kim Yong Jin, Yoo Kyu Sang
2012 July 10 "There Is No Sun" Park Sang Woo, Kim Yong Jin, Yoo Kyu Sang

Other appearances[edit]

Year Title Ep./Artist Network
2012 Simply Kpop, "Don't Hurt", Stevie Wonder's "Lately"[31][32] 5/22/12, Bohemian Arirang
Love Quest, "You Raise Me Up" 6/9/12, Bohemian KBS
World Changing Quiz Show[20] Ep. 147, Bohemian MBC
Quiz Show Q[21] Pt. 3 K Pop Star, Bohemian MBC
2013 Faldo Rambling Band (팔도 방랑밴드)[33] Ep. 2, Park Sang Woo TVN

Radio[edit]

Year Title Artist Network
2012 This Beautiful Morning, This is Kim Chang-wan[34][35] Bohemian SBS Power FM

Others[edit]

  • Digital Single, 2013, Kim Yong-Jin (Bohemian), Yoo Seong Eun(용진(보헤미안), 유성은)- "Don't Be Sick(아프지마)"

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