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Choi Min-ho
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Minho at the 33rd Golden Disc Awards in 2019
Born (1991-12-09) December 9, 1991 (age 29)
Incheon, South Korea
  • Singer
  • actor
  • songwriter
  • rapper
  • model
Musical career
Years active2008–present
Associated acts
Korean name
Revised RomanizationChoe Min-ho
McCune–ReischauerCh'oe Minho
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Choi Min-ho (Korean최민호; born December 9, 1991[1]), better known by the mononym Minho, is a South Korean rapper, singer, actor, songwriter and model. He debuted as a member of South Korean boy group Shinee in May 2008 who later went on to become one of the best-selling artists in Korea. Aside from group activities as singer, he has debuted as an actor in November 2010 in a KBS2's drama special, entitled Pianist.[2] He has since had roles in various television dramas such as SBS' sitcom, Salamander Guru and The Shadows (2012), To the Beautiful You (2012), Medical Top Team (2013), My First Time (2015) and Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth (2016). He made his feature film debut in 2016 with Canola.


2008–09: Career beginnings and Shinee[edit]

Minho was discovered at the SM Casting System in 2006[3] and modeled for Ha Sang-beg's Seoul Collection F/W 08–09 in March 2008.[4] One month later, Minho was chosen as a member of the group Shinee, the five-member boy group debuted on May 25, 2008 on SBS' Inkigayo.[5] The group's first mini-album, Replay was released on May 22 [6] and debuted on the Korean music charts MIAK at #10[7] and peaked at #8.[8]

In 2009 and 2010, Minho appeared in both the Korean and Japanese versions of Girls' Generation's music video "Gee".[9] He was also featured in the music video of VNT's debut song Sound in 2010.[10] In 2009, Minho joined the popular show Let's Go! Dream Team as a regular member.[11]

2010–15: Songwriting and acting debut[edit]

In 2010, Minho made his acting debut in the KBS2's drama special, entitled Pianist with actress Han Ji-hye.[2]

In 2011, Minho was cast in SBS' sitcom, Salamander Guru and The Shadows. He played the role of a genius hacker.[12]

In 2012, Minho was confirmed to be the lead role, alongside f(x)'s Sulli and Lee Hyun-woo, in To the Beautiful You, Korean adaptation of "Hana Kimi".[13][14] The drama started broadcasting on August 15, 2012 on SBS.[15] In preparation for his role as a high jump gold medalist, Minho received personal training from coach Kim Tae-young, former national high jump athlete and a member of the Korea Association of Athletics Federations, for a month and a half.[16] His personal record at the moment is 175 cm.[17]

In September 2012 JQ, who works under SM Entertainment to improve and direct the rapping abilities of their artists and used to be Shinee's rap instructor, praised Minho's writing ability and pointed out that he has many good ideas and "a few genius moments here and there". He was especially pleased with Minho's rap lyrics for Shinee's lead single "Juliette" in 2009.[18] Minho has been participating in the rap making of Shinee's songs since debut and has written and co-written several of the rap lyrics for Shinee's earlier songs like "Love's Way", "Love Like Oxygen", "Graze", and "Best Place" in Shinee's debut album The Shinee World. In addition to Shinee's second extended play Romeo he assisted JQ with "Talk to You" and "Juliette" in the rap making.[18]

In July 2013, Minho returned to the small screen with MBC's Medical Top Team.[19] The drama received low ratings and was criticized for trying to tell too many stories at once and losing the main focal point of the story[20] however Minho's acting performance received positive response and was praised for his growth as an actor.[21]

In 2015, Minho was cast as the lead in OnStyle's drama My First Time together with actress Park So-dam, which was broadcast in September. It is the first drama premiered by OnStyle, with a total of eight episodes.[22][23]

2016–present: Big screen debut, solo music and military enlistment[edit]

Minho at the press conference for the movie Derailed in November, 2016.

In early 2016, Minho extended his popularity as an actor. He was cast in several projects, including a historical Korean drama entitled Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth, which was aired on December 19, 2016 on KBS2.[24] His debut movie project titled Canola, alongside Youn Yuh-jung and Kim Go-eun and directed by Yoon Hong-seung (pseudonym Director Changwhich), was filmed in 2015 and was released on the big screen in May 2016.[25][26][27] The second one is a supporting role in a film entitled The Princess and the Matchmaker, to be led by Lee Seung-gi and Shim Eun-kyung. The movie is the second installment in a planned trilogy by Jupiter Films after the 2013 box-office hit The Face Reader.[28][29] Choi was then cast in the movie Derailed alongside veteran actor Ma Dong-seok, which is directed by Lee Seong-tae and premiered at 2016 Cannes Film Festival.[30][31] The movie had its world premiere screening at the 21st Busan International Film Festival in October 2016.[32]

In 2017, Minho took part in the JTBC web drama entitled Somehow 18 alongside Lee Yu-bi.[33][34] As a result of high online viewer ratings of more than 870,000 views, the web drama was announced to be broadcast on television through JTBC on 8 October.[35] After receiving positive response for his acting performance in Derailed,[36] Minho was cast in science fiction action thriller Illang: The Wolf Brigade, the Korean adaptation of the Japanese anime Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade.[37] The film released on July 25, 2018.[38][36] In September 2017, Choi received the Special Award at the Indonesian Television Awards 2017 due to his widespread popularity in the country as well as for his performances in various dramas. Minho was the first Korean artist to be presented an award at the show.[39][40] On 15 November, Minho was included in Vogue's list of "Sexiest Men Alive".[41] Later that year, Minho was cast in a four episode mini drama The Most Beautiful Goodbye, which is a remake of the 1996 drama of the same name.[42]

In 2019, Minho held his fan meeting tour, "Best Choi's Minho" covering four cities Seoul on February 16, Tokyo on February 23–24, Bangkok on March 2 and Taipei on March 3, 2019.[43] He concluded his tour with an additional fan meeting in Seoul on March 30.[44] Minho released his debut solo single, "I'm Home", as part of SM Station on March 28.[45] He joined the Marine Corps on April 15 for his mandatory military enlistment.[45][46] Minho completed his service on November 15, 2020.[47]

Personal life[edit]

"I wanted to become a professional football player like my dad, [...] But when I was a fifth grader, he told me he would kick me out of the house if I pursue that dream. That was the first time he disapproved of something I did so I decided to give up the dream."

–Minho about his dreams and the relationship with his father.[48]

Minho graduated from Konkuk University's affiliated high school on February 10, 2010.[49] After taking the college admissions test the previous year, he was admitted in 2010 to Konkuk's part-time admittance for the arts and culture film major and graduated in 2015.[50] His father, Choi Yun-kyum, is a well-known South Korean soccer coach. Minho inherited his father's ability and showed his skills in shows like KBS2's Our Town's Physical Variety and won high praise from Lee Young-pyo, a retired member of the national team. Minho also led his team to victory at the Idol Futsal World Cup Competition.[51] Originally Minho wanted to become a professional football player like his father but he disapproved of his decision stating: "Frankly, I didn't want him to follow my path, [...] Back when I was playing, it was difficult to make it in that world, very abusive back in those days. I would stay home for a couple of hours and then be off to training camp. It pained me to see my son asking me to stay over for the night." His father also added that from the football manager's point of view, he didn't think his son had it in him to make it in that field stating Minho is a strong-willed person, but has a small frame.[48]

Ambassador roles[edit]

In 2011, he was named an Honorary Ambassador for Youth 2011.[52] Three years later in 2014, Minho and Yoona were appointed as UNICEF Unihero Campaign Ambassadors "Giving Hope to the Children".[53] In the same year, Minho was listed among the Top Korean Stars, receiving 300 million won as his annual advertising rate.[54] In 2016, Minho was part of UNICEF's #IMAGINE campaign, which was first introduced in November 2014 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the United Nation's Convention on the Rights of the Child.[55]

In November 2017, Choi together with the First Lady of the United States Melania Trump attended the "Girls Play 2" campaign at the US embassy in Korea, an event organised to promote 2018 Winter Olympics.[56][57]



Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2012 I Am Himself Biographical film of SM Town [58]
2015 SMTOWN The Stage Documentary of SM Town [59]
2016 Canola Han-i
Derailed Jin-il
2018 The Princess and the Matchmaker Seo Ga-yoon Special appearance
Illang: The Wolf Brigade Kim Cheol-jin
2019 The Battle of Jangsari Choi Seung-pil Second installment in a trilogy following Operation Chromite [60]

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Network Notes Ref.
2008 My Precious You Himself KBS2 Special appearance
2010 Pianist Oh Je-ro Drama special
2012 Salamander Guru and The Shadows Choi Min-hyuk SBS Sitcom
To The Beautiful You Kang Tae-joon
2013 Medical Top Team Kim Seong-woo MBC
2015 My First Time Yoon Tae-oh OnStyle
2016 Drinking Solo Himself tvN Cameo [61]
2016–2017 Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth Kim Soo-ho KBS2
2017 Somehow 18 Oh Kyung-hwi JTBC, Naver TV Cast Web series
The Most Beautiful Goodbye Jung Soo tvN Four-episode mini series
2020–2021 Lovestruck in the City Oh Dong-sik, police officer KakaoTV/ Netflix Web series, Cameo [62]
2021 Yumi's Cell Chae Woo-gi tvN Cameo [63]

Variety show[edit]

Year Title Network Role
2009-2012 Dream Team KBS Main cast
2010 Oh! My School
2013 Mamma Mia Host
Star Diving Show Splash MBC Main cast
2013-2015 Show! Music Core Host[64]
2015 Exciting India KBS Main cast[65]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref
2010 SBS Entertainment Awards Best Newcomer in a Variety Show N/A Won [66]
2011 Honorary Ambassador for Youth 2011 N/A N/A Won [67]
2012 SBS Drama Awards New Star Award To the Beautiful You Won [68]
Best Couple Award (with Sulli) Won
2013 MBC Drama Awards Best New Actor Medical Top Team Nominated [69]
2014 50th Baeksang Arts Awards Most Popular Actor (TV) Nominated [70]
MBC Entertainment Awards Popularity Award (Music Talk Show) Show! Music Core Won [71][72]
2016 53rd Grand Bell Awards Best New Actor Canola Nominated
2017 Indonesian Television Awards Special Award N/A Won [39]
54th Grand Bell Awards Best New Actor Derailed Nominated [73]
2018 3rd Asia Artist Awards Asia Brilliant Award N/A Won [74]
2021 40th Golden Cinema Film Festival Jury's Special Prize The Battle of Jangsari Won [75]

See also[edit]


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