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Kim Hee-chul
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Native name 김희철
Born Kim Hee-chul
(1983-07-10) 10 July 1983 (age 33)
Hoengseong, Gangwondo, South Korea
Musical career
Years active 2005–present
Associated acts
Korean name
Revised Romanization Gim Huicheol
McCune–Reischauer Kim Hŭich'ŏl

Kim Hee-chul (born July 10, 1983), better known by the mononym Heechul, is a South Korean singer, songwriter,[1] presenter, and actor. He is a member of South Korean boy band Super Junior and has further participated in its subgroup, Super Junior-T as well as project group with TRAX's Jungmo, M&D. Aside from group activities, he participated in various television dramas, appeared as a radio DJ and television presenter. He is a League of Legends Gamer on LoL Champions and Celebrity Event.

Early life[edit]

Kim Hee-chul was born in Hoengseong County, Gangwon Province, on July 10, 1983. He has one older Sister, Kim Heejin.



2002-05: Pre-debut, Model, Actor, MC[edit]

In October 2002, he auditioned to become a singer through the Starlight Casting System, and was initially placed in a four-member group called "Four Seasons" along with Jaejoong, Yunho and Kangin. While Jaejoong and Yunho went on to debut as TVXQ in December 2003, Heechul and Kangin joined ten other trainees under S.M. Entertainment to form the group "Super Junior 05", the first generation of Super Junior.

In December 2016, he confessed, He was preparing to debut as Trax main vocalist. He also revealed that he had frequent clashes and misunderstandings with the person in charge at SM at that time. Therefore, he became frustrated and abandoned his Trax debut and returned to his hometown in Gangwon Province. With Trax's Jungmo and Jay, TVXQ's Yunho and Donghae encouragement and positivity, he returned to SM.[2]

His first acting role was in teen drama Sharp 2 alongside bandmate Kibum on 2005 before the debut of Super Junior. Shortly afterwards, he appeared in an episode of the series Loveholic and was a regular MC for the cable music show Show! Music Bank Tank. He also appeared on entertainment programs such as Heroine 6.

2005–11: Debut with Super Junior, Super Junior-T, DJ[edit]

Main articles: Super Junior and Super Junior-T

On November 2, 2005, "Super Junior 05" made their official debut as a twelve-member group on SBS's Popular Songs, performing their first single "TWINS".[3][4] Their debut album SuperJunior05 (Twins) was released on December 5 and debuted at #3 on the monthly MIAK K-pop album charts.[5]

In March 2006, SM Entertainment began to recruit new members for the next Super Junior generation. However, plans changed and the company declared a halt in forming future Super Junior generations. Following the addition of thirteenth member Kyuhyun, the group dropped the suffix "05" and became officially credited as Super Junior.[6] The re-polished group's first CD single "U" was released on 7 June 2006, which was their most successful single until the release of "Sorry, Sorry" in March 2009.[7]

Following their debut, Heechul again appeared alongside Kibum for the sixth season of Nonstop (2005–06), and also starred in Bad Family (2006),[8] Golden Bride (2007–08). He also appeared on entertainment programs such as Vitamin, Sponge, X-Man, Love Letter, and was a radio DJ on SBS Power FM Youngstreet with Park Hee-von until mid-2006.

On February 23, 2007, he debuted as part of Super Junior sub-group, Super Junior-T , performing trot single "Rokuko!!!".[9] That year Super Junior released their second album Don't Don, which became Super Junior's best-selling album and Korea's second best-selling album of the year.[10] toured with the Super Show, and filmed the movie Attack on the Pin-Up Boys.[11]

He appeared as a presenter on SBS music programme Inkigayo as a substitute for Andy of Shinhwa, going on to become a permanent host with Ku Hye-sun (23 April 2006 – 18 February 2007), Jang Keun-suk (25 February-7 October 2007) and Song Ji-hyo (11 November 2007 – 4 May 2008). He co-MC 4 straight years the Dream Concert (2008 – 11).

In 2008, he appeared in the S.M. Entertainment production of the musical Xanadu, playing the role of Sonny in rotation with bandmate Kangin. The production ran between 9 September-23 November 2008 at the Doosan Art Center, Yeonji-dong, Seoul.[12] Casting was carried out via a reality television programme, To Be Kangin and Heechul.[13] He also appeared on the TV Programmes 8 vs 1 (2008), Good Daddy (2008–09), Band of Brothers (2009). His first solo single, "First Star" ("초별"), was released on November 6, 2009, as part of the OST for the drama Loving You a Thousand Times. The song is written by Song Jong-ho and composed by Choi Myung-hoon.[14]

In 2009, Heechul became depressive due to the lawsuit between SM Entertainment and Han Geng, leading to Han's departure from the company and the group, who Heechul considered his best friend. He didn't participate in any of the stage shows, including the end-of-year award shows For 3 months.[15]

He returned as a radio DJ for the first time in four years[16] on SBS's Heechul's Young Street from March 29, 2010 until mid-2011. In May 2010, he became a regular cast member on the series Family Outing 2,[17] but the show was cancelled two months later due to low ratings.[18] On October 9, he created a personal Facebook account which received 5,000 friend requests within five minutes. He became a worldwide trending topic on Twitter for four days after the account's creation.[19]

2011–15: M&D, Military Enlistment, League of Legends[edit]

Main article: M&D

In 2011, he formed a project group with label mate Jungmo of TRAX called M&D (meaning "Midnight and Dawn" or "Miari and Dangae-dong", after the members' hometowns). They released their debut single, "Close Ur Mouth", in June. Heechul wrote the lyrics and directed the music video for the song, while Jungmo produced and performed the instrumental. Their first live performance was at Mnet’s summer awards ceremony 20’s Choice on July 7.

Kim Hee-chul carried out mandatory military service between 1 September 2011-30 August 2013. At the time that he enlisted, he had been appearing on KBS's Secret (시크릿)[20] as well as the Radio Star main segment of MBC's Golden Fishery, for which bandmate Kyuhyun\ took over the role.[21]

On July, Lady Gaga appeared on 9th’s episode on KBS2’s Entertainment Weekly for an exclusive interview and mentioned that she was amazed by Heechul's imitation of her. He's appeared “Lady HeeHee” throughout Super Show 3, as well as SM Town in Paris.[22] Lady Gaga has seen his imitation and praised him, saying: “He looks amazing! Look at the hair bow.”[23]

Shortly after he had completed his military service, he featured on Kim Jang-hoon's single "Breakups are So Like Me". During live performances of the song on Music Bank and Show! Music Core, his part was performed by bandmates Yesung, Eunhyuk and Shindong.[24]

Orange Caramel continued the "One Asia" project with the release of "Shanghai Romance" on October 13, 2011, which peaked at No. 8. The song's lyrics were written by him.[25]

In September 2013, he became a regular cast member on the JTBC's variety program Ssulzun War of Words but on July 2014 he posted a photo in his personal Instagram account and poured his heart and thoughts regarding his last appearance in the program. In Heechul’s last recording for the show, he mentioned about having the pressure of talking about the people close to him.[26]

In January 2014, he appeared on the Global Edition spinoff of MBC reality television programme We Got Married, as an on-screen couple with Taiwanese girl group member Puff Guo. That year, he also played the role of a detective in the tvN drama Flower Grandpa Investigation Unit.

In February 2015, The famous LoL team SK Telecom T1 sponsored a special match titled the Celebrity League of Legends Invitational Event Match. SKT T-LoL invited various celebrities to join in a match against professional LoL gamers. The celebrity team included Heechul lost in the END. Heechul also appeared on OnGameNet’s Pandora TV LoL Champions on 27 November 2013 as a Special Commentator and Guest player.[27]

In April 2015, SM Entertainment announced that M&D would release their first mini-album Cottage Industry with the title track "I Wish" digitally on April 16 and physically on April 20.

In 2015, he became MC on entertainment programs such as Tvn's The Demand of Luxurious Food, KBS's Fashion-beauty Show A Style For You, O'live's Travel Show MAPS, JTBC's variety show Knowing Bros.[28][29] and Korean-Chinese program All the Way With You (S 2), This is the first Chinese variety that he was in charge since his debut in Korean entertainment in 2005.[30]

2016-present: Solo Fanmeeting and Solo activities[edit]

In March 2016, Heechul was confirmed to become a temporary host for Weekly Idol until October 5, when Jeong Hyeong-don ending his 11-month break from television activities.[31][32] He released a duet with Wheein in April 15, 2016 for SM Station. The single "Narcissus" was written by Heechul and produced by Jungmo, and is His first collaboration with a female artist.[33] In early July 2016, M&D returned as "Kim Heechul & Kim Jungmo", with a 2nd mini-album Goody Bag, and trot-rock title track "Ulsanbawi" on July 12.

In June 4, 2016, He appeared on the third season of the Chinese dating variety show, If You Love with Li Feier (Chinese actress). He announced the news himself through his personal Weibo account. He has been on the global edition of We Got Married before with Puff Guo, so this is his second time being in a virtual relationship.[34] In 23 July, he held his first solo fanmeeting "The Space Big Star Show" in Beijing, China.[35]

In August 2016, he attended the "League of Legends Pro League 5th Anniversary" in China, which included the Regional Final with four Chinese teams competing for a spot in the World Championship. He also competed in a Korea vs. China celebrity showmatch in commemoration – the victorious Korean team included Heechul, Seungri and F.T. Island's Hongki, Minhwan and Seunghyun while the Chinese team included Jay Chou (who had bought and rebranded J Team, previously Taipei Assassins).[36] Also, on 9 October he appeared on OnGameNet as a special commentator for the LoL World Championship.[37] In November 2016, Heechul began participating in S.M. Entertainment's League of Legends tournament 2016 S.M. Super Celeb League, where he and labelmate Baekhyun play the game with both professional players and fans from South Korea and China.[38]

In fall 2016, Heechul and Buzz member Min Kyung-hoon released a duet titled "Sweet Dream", with the music video starring Momo and the rest of the Knowing Bros cast.[39] The song reached number one on every South Korean online music chart, an achievement known as "all-kill", making him the first Super Junior member to achieve "all-kill" in 2016.

In 2016, he became MC on Channel A's Music Show Singderella, JTBC's Phantom Singer, OnStyle's new type of Beauty Show, Lipstick Prince, also he is one of the main members in Secretly Greatly and SBS TV's Game Show.[40][41][42][43][44][45][46]

Personal life[edit]

August 2006: Car accident[edit]

On 10 August 2006, Heechul was involved in a car accident while heading back to Seoul from Mokpo after attending the funeral of fellow Super Junior member Donghae’s Father.[47] The tires malfunctioned while his car attempted to switch lanes. Heechul fractured his left leg in five places, including his femur, knee, and ankle, requiring him to be in surgery for six hours. He also sustained other injuries, including a tear in his tongue which required stitches.[48]

He was advised to stop all activities for a period of twelve weeks. He was released from the hospital on 13 September 2006 but he continued to receive out-patient care. He returned to the hospital to have a second surgery to remove some of the iron rods in his leg on October 10 and briefly returned to work in late October to film the final three episodes of an MBC youth sitcom while still in a cast and on a wheelchair. He made his comeback on 25 November of the same year during the Mnet KM Music Festival (MKMF) Awards. In late December Heechul officially returned to individual activities such as variety show appearances and hosting appearances.[citation needed]

In 2007, Heechul started to perform regularly despite still having a few rods that the doctors had attached to his leg. In late April and May 2007, he had recovered enough to be able to take part in Super Junior’s strenuous dance routines. The remaining rods in his leg were removed in 2008.[citation needed]

On 22 November 2016, Heechul talks about his injured leg on Live Talk Show Taxi. He said During concerts, he was very happy but once he goes back to the hotel, he feel depressed when he sees his injured leg swollen and One of the reasons why He always get massages after concerts abroad is because of his leg which got bad again last year and the doctor advised that it would be better if he will not dance. But he’s worried about Super Junior’s comeback.[49] He's still receiving treatment.[50]

September 2011: Military Enlistment[edit]

Heechul carried out mandatory military service from 1 September 2011 to 30 August 2013. He served as a public service worker for 23 months after undergoing four weeks of basic training at the Nonsan military camp in Chungcheongnam-do.[51]

His last Radio Star episode before enlisting in the military was aired on the September 14, 2011 where he spoke about the criticism of not joining the military as a full-time soldier. He said, “I was involved in a huge car accident 4 years back. My left leg was shattered due to the accident and I had many steel rods inserted into my leg”. This was why he wasn’t medically fit to serve as a full-time soldier.[52]

On 26 January 2012, he hosted the radio program every Friday at the office of District Seong Dong, where he was serving his 2-year mandatory military service. His first episode was broadcast on January 20 and had received 5,600 hits.[53]

On 29 August 2013, it was revealed that he would be receiving an award as a recognition for being an exemplary public service officer while serving at Sungdong.[citation needed]


Soundtrack & Singles Contributions[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Sales


As lead artist
"First Star" November 6, 2009 N/A Loving You a Thousand Times OST
"King Wang Zzang"
(Defconn feat. Heechul)
November 20, 2010 N/A Non-album single
"Breakups are So Like Me"
(Kim Jang-hoon feat. Heechul)
September 26, 2011 33 Non-album single
"Sweet Dream"
(with. Min Kyung-hoon)[A]
November 19, 2016 1 Non-album single
(EVE feat. Heechul)
December 24, 2016 N/A Non-album single
Soundtrack appearances
"Can It Be Love?"
(with. Kibum)
July 12, 2006 N/A Rainbow Romance OST
"A Family"
(with. Go Hyun Wook)
(feat. Kim Myung-min, Nam Sang-mi, Hyun Young, Park Jin-woo)
2006 N/A Bad Family OST
"Don't Walk Away"
(with. Kim Sung Ki, Hong Ji Min, Kim Hee Won)
October 15, 2008 N/A Xanadu OST
As featured artist
"You Are A Miracle"
(Feat. Various Artists)[B]
December 29, 2013 32 Non-album single
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.
The Gaon Digital Chart was launched in 2010.


  1. ^ "Sweet Dream" was a Single for S.M. Entertainment's digital music project SM Station.
  2. ^ "You Are A Miracle" was a Single for SBS Gayo Daejun 's Friendship Project.



Radio Show[edit]

Year Title Network Note
2005-2006 Young Street Radio (영스트리트) SBS Power FM DJ with Park Hee-von
2010-2011 Heechul's Young Street SBS Power FM DJ
2012-2013 Kim HeeChul's SungDong Cafe Website of District Seong Dong DJ
2013-2015 Kiss the Radio KBS Cool FM Special DJ
2016 2 O’Clock Escape Cultwo Show SBS Power FM Special DJ on 23 August in place of Kim Tae Gyun[58]

Music Video Appearance[edit]

Year Track Artist Partner(s)
2007 "Flight Girl" ("비행소녀") Magolpy Kangin, Shindong, JYJ's Park Yoo-chun, Eru, Kim Jang-hoon, Kim Hyang-gi, Joon Park
2010 "Let You Go" ("가슴이 차가운 남자") TRAX Victoria
"Shady Girl" ("가식걸") Sistar Kim Kyung Jin
2013 "Open The Door" ("문을 여시오") Im Chang-jung Various Artists
2014 "Shall We Dance With Dr. Lim" ("임박사와 함께 춤을") Im Chang-jung (Feat. LE) Various Artists
2015 "CHOK CHOK DANCE" ("Everybody's CHOK CHOK DANCE") Super Junior D&E Various Artists
"Love Motion" (Chinese version of Lee Minho's "Love Motion") All the Way With You's Couples (Chinese Reality Show) Tao, Miss A's Fei, Kim Hee-sun[59]

Other Work[edit]


  • The ZZINPANG Family (2013)
  • MY RAMEN-FUL LIFE (2017 - Japan)



Ambassadorial roles[edit]

  • 20th Hoengseong County (2015)
  • Comic Con Seoul (2017) [66]


Year Tour Name Dates Venues
2016 Kim Heechul 1st Asia Fanmeeting Tour "Kim Heechul Universe Big Star show"
  • July 23
  • July 27
  • Aug 06
  • October 22

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2006 MBC Entertainment Awards Best Newcomer Award Rainbow Romance Nominated
2007 Mnet 20's Choice Awards [67] Best Pretty Boy N/A Won
SBS Entertainment Awards Star of the Year Award N/A Nominated
2011 Shorty Awards Best Celebrity N/A Nominated
MBC Entertainment Awards [68] Best Newcomer Award Radio Star Won
2016 Melon Popularity Awards [69] Weekly Popularity Award (11.21~11.27)
(with Min Kyung-hoon)
"Sweet Dream" Won
5th JTBC Awards [70] Best Entertainer Knowing Bros Won
Best Couple Award
(with Min Kyung-hoon)
Crazy Person Award Won
2017 Gaon Chart Music Awards [71] Song of the Year (November)
(with Min Kyung-hoon)
"Sweet Dream" Nominated


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