Milk (South Korean band)

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Milk
Origin South Korea
Genres K-pop
Years active 2001–2003
Labels BM Entertainment, SM Entertainment
Associated acts SM Town, TVXQ
Members Seo Hyun-jin
Kim Bo-mi
Bae Yu-mi
Park Hee-von

M.I.L.K. (Hangul밀크 Milk) was a K-pop girl group signed under SM Entertainment's sister label, BM Entertainment in 2001. They disbanded when Bae Yu-mi left the group in 2003. Now each member has gone off to do their own individual projects such as acting, singing, MCing, VJing, and modeling.

Members[edit]

Seo Hyun-jin[edit]

Seo Hyun-jin was the lead singer and dancer of the group. After the group disbanded, she returned to the K-pop scene as a soloist. No official album or single has been confirmed, but she has already released four solo tracks featured on OSTs and the SM Town compilations. After starring as the leading lady in the TVXQ drama Dating on Earth, Seo became more active in recent years as an actress, appearing in the television series H.I.T, Hwang Jini, The Duo and Feast of the Gods. She gained further recognition after her appearance in the drama Let's Eat 2, and surged in popularity with her break-through role in 2016's tvN hit drama Another Miss Oh

Kim Bo-mi[edit]

Kim Bo-mi gained popularity as the SM Town video vixen by starring as the lead female role in many SM artist's music videos, Shinhwa "Yo!" in 1999, before her debut with M.I.L.K.

Bae Yu-mi[edit]

Bae Yu-mi left SM Entertainment in 2003, which resulted in the disbandment of the group. She joined SUM Entertainment after her departure. Yumi has been one of the more active of the former group members, having sung the opening theme to Japanese anime Futakoi Alternative and also having done work in dramas. However since 2006, she has not made any public appearances.

Park Hee-von[edit]

Park Hee-von was the leader of the group. After the disbandment of the group, Jae-young returned with the stage name, Park Hee-von. She has made several appearances in dramas and independent films. In a few M.I.L.K. songs, she was credited for writing some of the Korean rap verse. She married Yoon Se-young in 2016.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Information Track listing
2001 With Freshness

Collaborations[edit]

  • '2001 Winter Vacation in SM Town - Angel Eyes
   Track 1 Angel Eyes - SMTown
   Track 16 Wait For Me
  • '2002 Summer Vacation in SM Town - Summer Vacation
   Track 3 SUmmer Vacation - SMTown
   Track 10 One Summer Dream
  • '2002 Winter Vacation in SM Town - My Angel, My Light
   Track 1 CD 1 My Angel, My Light - SMTown 
   Track 4 CD 1 Snow in My Mind with Shoo, BoA
   Track 1 CD 2 Dear My Family - SMTown
  • '2003 Summer Vacation in SM Town - Hello! Summer!
   Track 1 Hello Summer - SMTown
   Track 2 Paradise – Fly to the Sky, Lee Ji-hoon, Ji-yeon, Seo Hyun-jin
   Track 5 Summer In Dream – Moon Hee-jun, Shoo, BoA, Jae-won, Seo Hyun-jin, Park Hee-von)
   Track 10 그림으로 떠나는 여행 – Kangta, Dana, Lee Ji-hoon, Park Hee-von , Ji-yeon
  • '2004 Summer Vacation in SM Town - Hot Mail
   Track 1 Hot Mail (여름편지) – SMTown
  • '2006 Summer Vacation in SM Town - Red Sun
   Track 1 태양은 가득히 (Red Sun) – SMTown
   Track 8 Raindrops (Seo Hyun-jin only)
  • '2006 Winter Vacation in SM Town - Snow Dream
   Track 1 Snow Dream - SMTown
   Track 11 눈의 이야기 (Winter of Memories) (Seo Hyun-jin only)
  • '2007 Winter SMTown – Only Love
   Track 1 사랑 하나죠 (Only Love) - SMTown
   Track 8 Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas (Seo Hyun-jin only)
  • 'SM Best Album 3
   Track 8 CD 1 Come To Me

Awards[edit]

Year Award-Giving Body Category Work Result
2002 Mnet Asian Music Awards Best New Group[1] "Come To Me" Nominated

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2002 MMF part 1". Mwave. Retrieved 2014-08-17.