|Origin||Seoul, South Korea|
|Genres||Hip Hop, Pop|
Allmighty Records (present)
|Associated acts||Son Dam-bi, Soya, Yoon Eun-hye, Sunye (Wonder Girls), Kim Jong-kook, Baek Ji-young, Uee, Hyuna, Han Ye-seul, IU, Nicole Jung (Kara), Insooni, Lee Joo-bin, Kim Hee-sun, Lee Hyun|
Mighty Mouth (Korean: 마이티 마우스) is a South Korean duet male group made up of Sangchu (Korean: 상추) and Shorry J (Korean: 쇼리 J). Debuted in 2008 with their Energy album featuring Yoon Eun Hye for "I love you", Sunye of the Wonder Girls for "Energy" and Son Dambi for "Family".
On 30 October 2012, Sang-chu enlisted for mandatory military service for five weeks of basic training followed by 21 months as an active-duty soldier with the 306th draft in Uijeongbu, Gyeonggi Province, where he served along with Super Junior's leader Leeteuk until his discharge on 8 Aug 2014.
On April 2016, the duo launched their own agency Allmighty Records.
- Sangchu (상추)
- Shorry J (쇼리 J)
In 2014, Shorry J had his first acting role in a K-drama, Triangle, as a gang member and friend of the lead role played by Kim Jae-joong. In April 2016, he portrayed a skilled pickpocket in the historical K-drama The Flower in Prison.
Sangchu was under investigation for allegedly visiting a massage parlour, famous for prostitution, whilst on military duty on June 22, 2013 alongside Se7en. It was decided that they broke curfew trying to get massages. They allegedly visited several parlors that were closed before they found one that was open late. They left once they realized that it was a parlor for prostitution. Both received ten days in military jail for their actions.
|2008||Family (Repackage album)
La La La
Racing Queen 2 OST: Part 1
|2008||I Love You
|2012||뿌러졌어 (My Heart Is Broken)
- Seoul Music Awards - Newcomer Award (2009)
|2008||Best New Male Artist||"I Love You" ft. JJ||Nominated|
|Best Hip Hop Performance||Nominated|
|2011||Best Rap Performance||"Tok Tok"||Nominated|
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