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J. Y. Park
Park Jin-young (Founder of JYP Entertainment) in February 2011 from acrofan.jpg
Park in 2011
Born
Park Jin-young

(1971-12-13) December 13, 1971 (age 48)[A]
Seoul, South Korea
EducationYonsei University
Occupation
  • Singer-songwriter
  • record producer
  • reality television judge
  • record executive
Years active1992–present
Musical career
Also known as
  • JYP
  • The Asiansoul
Genres
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • piano
Years active1992–present
LabelsJYP
Associated acts
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised RomanizationBak Jin-yeong
McCune–ReischauerPak Chinyŏng
WebsiteJYP.jype.com

Park Jin-young (Hangul: 박진영; born December 13, 1971,[1][A] also known by his stage names J. Y. Park and The Asiansoul or the initials JYP, is a South Korean singer-songwriter, record producer, record executive, and reality television show judge.[2][3] Park rose to stardom as a singer following the release of his 1994 debut album, Blue City.[4] In 1997, he became the founder and CEO of JYP Entertainment, one of the most profitable entertainment agencies in South Korea.[5] As the head of JYP Entertainment, Park has developed and managed highly successful K-pop artists including Rain, Wonder Girls, 2PM, Miss A, Got7, Suzy, Stray Kids, Day6, Twice, Itzy, and NiziU.[6][7][8]

Early life and education[edit]

Park was born in Seoul. His father was a news correspondent based in the U.S. At age 9, Park moved with his mother to New York following his father's reassignment. They lived there for three years before Park returned to Seoul for high school. He later attended Yonsei University, during which time he released his first two albums. He graduated with a bachelor's in geology in 1996.[9] He has an older sister.[10]

Career[edit]

Park's career in the Korean music industry began in 1994 when he debuted as a solo artist with the song "Don't Leave Me" (날 떠나지마) from his debut album Blue City.[11] In 1997, he founded his label and agency JYP Entertainment, then known as Tae-Hong Planning Corp. That same year, he was tasked by EBM (now SidusHQ) with preparing the members of its project group for debut; the five-member act was eventually called g.o.d and debuted two years later.[12] The success of g.o.d as one of the country's most popular and bestselling groups of the early 2000s would further establish Park's reputation as a hit maker.[13][14]

In 2004, Park ventured into the American music industry, becoming the first Asian producer to cross over to the U.S., producing music for Will Smith, Mase and Cassie.[15][16]

In May 2008, Park collaborated with Jackie Chan to form the I Love Asia Project, prompted by the earthquake tragedy in China. Park produced the song "Smile Again" along with Chan and Korean director Kang Je-gyu to raise funds for relief efforts in Sichuan.[17] The song featured an array of Korean stars including actors and singers as well as figure skater Kim Yuna.[18] The music video was released on JYP Entertainment's YouTube channel on June 30.[19]

In October 2009, Park became the first Korean songwriter, together with RAINSTONE, to reach the Billboard Hot 100 Chart with the Wonder Girls hit "Nobody" which debuted at No. 76.[20]

On December 3, 2009, Park released his single "No Love No More."[21] On April 22, 2011, Park collaborated with Brown Eyed Girls' Ga-In, releasing the duet track "Someone Else." The song charted at No. 2 on the Gaon Digital Chart and sold over a million copies. This was his first release in about two years. Park followed up his success with "Someone Else" by releasing the single "You're the One" on April 28, 2012. The song rose to No. 3 and sold over 1.5 million copies.

In 2015, Park released the song "Who's Your Mama?" featuring Lucky J's Jessi. The song became a hit, displacing fellow label-mates Miss A from first spot on the Korean charts.[22] Later that year, he participated in the Infinite Challenge Yeongdong Expressway Music Festival, forming the duo Dancing Genome with comedian Yoo Jae-suk and releasing the song "I'm So Sexy."[23]

In 2016, Park released a single titled 'Still Alive'.[23] During the same period, he appeared in the Conan O'Brien special 'Conan in Korea', recording a song with Conan O'Brien, Steven Yeun & Park Ji-min titled 'Fire', with label-mates Wonder Girls and TWICE appearing in the music video.[24] The song was released on Conan O'Brien's YouTube channel on April 9.[25] Park also appeared in the Korean variety show Sister's Slam Dunk in 2016, producing the cast's single titled 'Shut Up'.[26] The song unexpectedly achieved a real-time chart all-kill upon release.[27][unreliable source?] On September 22, 2016, it was reported that Park would be producing the title track of girl-group I.O.I for their final album prior to disbandment.[28] The song, titled "Very Very Very" was released on October 16, 2016.[citation needed] It achieved commercial success upon release, earning a perfect all-kill on the Korean charts and topping the Gaon Digital Chart.[29][unreliable source?][30] In 2019, Park released a song titled 'Fever' featured by Superbee and BIBI.

Acting[edit]

In early 2011, JYP made his acting debut in Dream High, for which he received a nomination for New Actor of the Year at the Baeksang Arts Awards. In January 2012 he was seen in the sequel to Dream High called Dream High 2.[31]

In 2011, Park made his film debut as Choi Young In, a man on a mission to hand-deliver 5 million dollars, in Five Million Dollar Man with Jo Sung-ha and Min Hyo-rin.[32] The film was released on July 19, 2012.[33]

Controversy[edit]

Plagiarism lawsuit[edit]

On February 10, 2011, songwriter Kim Sin-il filed a lawsuit against Park claiming that "Someday", sung by IU and composed by Park, plagiarized Kim's song "To My Man". Kim alleged that the beginnings of the two songs, including the jazz chords, are almost identical and sued Park for 110 million won.[34] Park denied the allegations, and no settlement was reached after several court hearings.[35] On February 10, 2012, the Seoul Central District Court ruled that "Someday" was plagiarized from Kim's song, and ordered Park to pay 21.67 million won in damages to Kim.[36] Park appealed the ruling, but on January 24, 2013, the Seoul High Court ruled against Park and ordered him to pay 56.93 million won to Kim.[37] In 2015, the Supreme Court overturned the previous rulings in light of new evidence demonstrating that the melody and chord progressions were very common, citing an American song from 2002.[38] He has also been criticized by Korean media about not taking serious steps to protect his artists.[39] Jin Young Park, in serious allegations, considered leaving ownership with newly appointed CEO Jung wook, but has remained top share holder of the company with a 17.8%. This would leave him with authority over major company decisions. [40]

Personal life[edit]

In 1999, Park Jin-young married Seo Yoon-jeong. In March 2009, the couple announced their divorce.[41] On October 10, 2013, he married an unnamed woman nine years younger than him.[42] On January 25, 2019, his daughter was born, and Park wrote "This Little Hand" for her and his father, with a documentary-style music video released on February 9.[10] In the music video, it was revealed that his father was in the late stage of Alzheimer's disease and could no longer recognize him. All proceeds from the song went to the Green Umbrella Foundation (ChildFund Korea) to help children in need.[43]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
KOR
[44]
Blue City No data No data
Tantara (딴따라)
  • Released: September 1, 1995
  • Label: Orange Popular
  • Formats: CD, cassette
Summer Jingle Bell
  • Released: September 1, 1996
  • Labels: Orange Popular, Samsung Music
  • Formats: CD, cassette
Even After 10 Years (십년이 지나도)
  • Released: January 2, 1998
  • Label: Samsung Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, cassette
Kiss Me
  • Released: December 23, 1998
  • Label: Samsung Music
  • Formats: CD, cassette
3
Game 2
Back To Stage
  • Released: November 16, 2007
  • Label: JYP Entertainment
  • Formats: CD
6
Data not available prior to 1999.

Extended plays[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
KOR
[49]
Spring 13
Halftime
  • Released: September 9, 2013
  • Label: JYP Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download
15

Single albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
KOR
[49]
Sad Freedom
  • Released: December 1, 2009
  • Label: JYP Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download
63 N/A

Singles[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Sales (DL) Album
KOR
[52]
KOR
Hot

[53]
US
World

[54]
"No Love No More" 2009 25 N/A Sad Freedom
"Someone Else" (with Gain) 2012 2 4 Spring
"You're the One" 3 5
"Movie Star" 94 Non-album singles
"Classic" (with Taecyeon, Wooyoung, Suzy) 58 66
"Had Enough Parties" 2013 9 15 Halftime
"Who's Your Mama?" (feat. Jessi) 2015 1 N/A 12 24/34
"I'm So Sexy" (with Yoo Jae-suk) 5 Infinite Challenge: Yeongdong Expressway Music Festival
"All I Need" (feat. P-Type) N/A Non-album single
"Still Alive" 2016 23 Still Alive
"Regrets" (with Heize) 2017 19 58 Blue & Red
"This Small Hand" (꽉 잡은 이 손) 2019 N/A Non-album singles
"Fever" (feat. Superbee, BIBI) 30 11
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Soundtrack appearances[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Sales (DL) Album
KOR
[64]
"Because I love you" (사랑하기 때문에) 2010 N/A MBC Music Tour Lalala Live Vol.9
"If" (못 잊은 거죠) 2011 14 Dream High OST Part 5
"Falling" 2012 14 Dream High 2 OST Part 1
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Lyrics and composition[edit]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2012 The Wonder Girls Movie Himself Supporting Role
A Millionaire on the Run Choi Young-in Lead Role
2013 Queen of the Night Locksmith Cameo

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Network Notes
2011 Dream High Yang Jin-man KBS2 Supporting Role
2012 Dream High 2 Yang Jin-man KBS2 Supporting Role
2015 Dream Knight The Moon Naver TV Cast Cameo
The Producers Himself KBS2 Cameo, episodes 3-4

Variety and reality shows[edit]

Year Title Network Notes
2011-2012 K-pop Star Season 1 SBS Judge for JYP Entertainment
2012-2013 K-pop Star Season 2
2013-2014 K-pop Star Season 3
2014-2015 K-pop Star Season 4
2015 Sixteen Mnet Judge
2015-2016 K-pop Star Season 5 SBS Judge for JYP Entertainment
2016-2017 K-pop Star Season 6
2017 Party People Host
Stray Kids Mnet Judge for JYP Entertainment
2019 Super Intern CEO, Host, hiring for new staff in marketing department
2020 Nizi Project Hulu Japan Judge

Awards[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Park Jin-young was born on December 13, 1971, while his registered birth date is January 13, 1972. Source:[1]

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