Hitmaker (2014 TV series)

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Hitmaker
Genre Variety
Presented by Jeong Hyeong-don (Season 1–present)
Yong Jun-hyung (Season 3–present)
Defconn (Season 1–2)
Starring N (Season 1–2)
Hyuk (Season 1–2)
Jackson (Season 1–2)
Sungjae (Season 1–2)
Youngji (Season 2)
Sohyun (Season 2)
G.NA (Season 2)
Lizzy (Season 2)
Cha Hun (Season 3–present)
Country of origin South Korea
Original language(s) Korean
No. of seasons 3
Production
Production location(s) Seoul, South Korea
Release
Original network MBC Every1
Original release July 29, 2014 (2014-07-29)
External links
Website (Season 2)

Hyung-don and Dae-joon's Hitmaker (Hangul형돈이와 대준이의 히트제조기; RRHyeongdoniwa Daejuni-ui Hiteujejogi) is a 2014 South Korean variety television series presented by South Korean producer duo Jeong Hyeong-don and Defconn. It first aired on MBC Every1 on Tuesday at 6:00 pm KST beginning July 29, 2014. It ran for two seasons in 2014 and 2015, documenting the formation and debut processes of their first boy group Big Byung (Korean: 빅병)[1] and their first girl group Chamsonyeo (Korean: 참소녀). It was renewed for another season in 2016, with Season 1 and 2 host Defconn being replaced by Beast's Yong Jun-hyung. [2] The hosts, along with N.Flying's Cha Hun travelled to Dublin, Ireland to stage a performance. [3]

Season 1[edit]

In the first season, producer duo Jeong Hyeong-don and Defconn find members to participate in their first boy group, later named Big Byung (Korean: 빅병), using music they wrote and composed. They recruit VIXX members Hyuk and N, Got7 member Jackson and BToB member Sungjae.[1] The group then releases two singles: "Stress Come On"[4] and "Ojingeo Doenjang" (Hangul오징어 된장).[5]

Season 2[edit]

In the second season, Jeong Hyeong-don and Defconn find members to participate in their first girl group, later named Chamsonyeo (Korean: 참소녀), using music they wrote and composed. They recruit Kara member Youngji, After School's Lizzy, G.NA and 4minute's So-hyun.[6][7] The group released the single "Magic Words" (Hangul올해의 주문) on February 20.[8]

Season 3[edit]

In the third season, BEAST's Yong Jun-hyung takes over Defconn as host.[9] The season was filmed in Dublin, Ireland with Hyeong-don, Jun-hyung and N.Flying's Cha Hun. [10]

Cast[edit]

Hosts[edit]

Big Byung[edit]

Hitmaker stage name Full name Role Originating group
Dol Baeki Cha Hak-yeon (N) Vocalist, Rapper VIXX
Wang Kong Jackson Wang Rapper Got7
Yook Deok Yook Sungjae Main Vocal, Rapper BtoB
Hyuk Ddi Han Sang-hyuk (Hyuk) Leader, Vocalist, Rapper VIXX

Chamsonyeo[edit]

Hitmaker stage name Full name Role Originating group
Bak Ha Gina Jane Choi (G.NA) Vocalist solo singer
Kye Pi Park Soo-young (Lizzy) Vocalist After School
Nun Ggari Heo Young-ji Vocalist Kara
Yeot Kwon So-hyun Leader, Rapper, Vocalist 4Minute

LUDONPH YONGJUNKO[edit]

Full name Role Originating group
Jeong Hyeong-don Lyrics Hyungdon & Daejun
Yong Jun-hyung Composer, Lyrics, Rapper Beast
Park Sun-young (Luna) Vocalist f(x)

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Year Project unit Song Album
2014 Big Byung (빅병) "Stress Come On" Non-album single
2015 "Ojingeo Doenjang" (Hangul오징어 된장)
Chamsonyeo (참소녀) "Magic Words" (Hangul올해의 주문)
2017 LUDONPH YONGJUNKO (루돈프 용준코) "Tell me It's Okay" (Hangul괜찮다고 말해줘)

Music videos[edit]

Year Project unit Song
2014 Big Byung (빅병) "Stress Come On"
2015 "Ojingeo Doenjang" (Hangul오징어 된장)
Chamsonyeo (참소녀) "Magic Words" (Hangul올해의 주문)
2017 LUDONPH YONGJUNKO (루돈프 용준코) "Tell me It's Okay" (Hangul괜찮다고 말해줘)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2014 I.K.M.A Awards Most Funny Music Video "Stress Come On" (Big Byung) Nominated

References[edit]

External links[edit]