Park Yoo-chun

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Park Yoo-chun
Yoochun at Busan International Film Festival "Sea Fog" outdoor stage greeting, 3 October 2014 04.jpg
Park Yoo-chun in 2014
Born (1986-06-04) June 4, 1986 (age 35)
Seoul, South Korea
Other namesMicky Yoochun
EducationKyung Hee University
  • Singer-songwriter
  • actor
RelativesPark Yu-hwan (brother)
Musical career
Years active
  • 2003–19
  • 2020–present
Associated acts
Korean name
Revised RomanizationBak Yu-cheon
McCune–ReischauerPak Yuch'ŏn
Park Yoo-chun's Signature.png

Park Yoo-chun (born June 4, 1986), formerly known as Micky Yoochun and better known by the mononym Yoochun, is a South Korean singer-songwriter and actor. He is a former member of the South Korean boy bands JYJ and TVXQ. He has starred in dramas Sungkyunkwan Scandal (2010), Miss Ripley (2011), Rooftop Prince (2012), Missing You (2012), Three Days (2014) and The Girl Who Sees Smells (2015).

Early life[edit]

Park was born on June 4, 1986 in Seoul, South Korea.[citation needed] His family moved to the United States in 1998.[1] He lived in Fairfax, Virginia, where he attended Holmes Middle School, Rocky Run Middle School, and Chantilly High School. [2]

In 2001, he won award at American Music Festival and then returned to Korea to prepare for his debut. After a relatively short training period of one year and five months, he made his debut as a member of the five-member male group TVXQ through SBS BoA & Britney Spears Special Stage on December 26, 2003.[3]

Park Yoo-chun graduated Hanam High School in 2007 along with fellow members Kim Junsu and Kim Jaejoong.[4] He attended Kyunghee Cyber University.[citation needed] His father, died on March 14, 2012.[citation needed] He has a younger brother, Park Yu-hwan, who is also an actor.[citation needed]

Musical career[edit]


In 2003, Park returned to South Korea after he was scouted by Brothers Entertainment. He was later signed as an artist by S.M. Entertainment.[5]

From 2003 to 2009, Park performed as a member of the best-selling K-pop boy band TVXQ. In July 2009, Park and two of his TVXQ bandmates, Jaejoong and Junsu, filed a lawsuit against their South Korean agency S.M. Entertainment. Through their lawyers, the members stated that the 13-year contract was excessively long, schedules were held out without the confirmation or permission of the members, contract terms have been extended and changed without their knowledge or consent and that the group's earnings were not fairly distributed to the members. After TVXQ's Japanese label announced a group hiatus in early 2010, they formed a new three-member group initially known as JUNSU/JAEJOONG/YUCHUN in Japan.

On November 28, 2012, the legal battle between JYJ and S.M. finally ended. Both sides agreed to retiring every judicial accusation against each other and not interfering in each other's actions.


JYJ in 2014 Asian Games opening ceremony

In September 2010, JYJ released extended play The..., which debuted at number one on Japan's Oricon album charts.[6] However, Avex had announced the suspension and when in Japan, the same month that year.[7]

JYJ proceeded to release The Beginning, a global album which was sung in English. JYJ promoted the new album via a worldwide showcase tour throughout October and November with dates in South Korea, Southeast Asia and the United States.
On January 25, 2011, JYJ released Korean extended play Their Rooms "Our Story"." JYJ's second group album and first full-length Korean-language album In Heaven was released September 28, 2011.

Starting from April, Park toured Asia and North America for JYJ's first Worldwide Tour.[8] The tour was then extended to Europe and South America, adding another four stops in Spain, Germany, Chile and Peru.

Solo career[edit]

Park is featured in "Tokyo Lovelight" from DJ Makai's mini-album, Stars. He was also one of the featured rappers on the song "Heartquake", a track from Super Junior's third album, Sorry, Sorry.[9]

For Miss Ripley, Park sang "너를 위한 빈자리 (The Empty Space for You)". It appeared in the ninth episode of the drama and was released on the Miss Ripley OST (Part 3).


Park has written and composed several songs that have appeared on TVXQ's Korean and Japanese albums. As a member of SM Town, he contributed to the 2007 winter album Only Love with his composition "Evergreen". Park also wrote and composed "사랑 안녕 사랑 (Love Bye Love)", featured on the group's fourth Korean studio album Mirotic.[10] For the Trick project, he wrote the lyrics to his solo "My Girlfriend", entirely in English.[11]

"Kiss the Baby Sky", one of the A-side's for TVXQ's twenty-fifth Japanese single, marked the first time that one of the songs both written and composed by Park was released on a Japanese single.[12]

With TVXQ members U-Know Yunho and Xiah Junsu, Park wrote the rap lyrics to "Love After Love", which appeared on their second Korean studio album, Rising Sun. For the group's Japanese releases, Park wrote and co-composed "Kiss Shita Mama, Sayonara" (Kissしたまま、さよなら, lit. As We Kiss, Goodbye) with Hero Jaejoong (Kim Jaejoong) for T, TVXQ's third Japanese album.[13] In September 2009, he and Hero Jaejoong (Kim Jaejoong) released a self-written duet, "Colors (Melody and Harmony)/Shelter", which was used as the image song for Hello Kitty's 35th anniversary.[14]

Park has also written songs for JYJ's albums. "I Love You", a track featured in JYJ's 2010 album The Beginning, was penned by Park. In January 2011, Park was the lyricist/composer in JYJ's music essay called Their Rooms "Our Story" for the song "이름없는 노래 Part 1 (A Song Without A Name, Part 1)". In addition, he also composed the rap in bandmate Junsu's song, "Xiahtic". For In Heaven, Park co-wrote "Get Out" with bandmate Kim Jaejoong.

2018–2019: Japan activities and first studio album[edit]

Park confirmed to hold a fan meeting and mini concert titled "Reunion: Remember the Memories" on March 10 and 11, 2018 as his first public appearance after being discharged as a public service worker.[15][16]

Park released his first studio album, Slow Dance, on February 27, 2019.[17] Park had his first solo concert in Seoul on March 2, 2019 called 'Slow Dance in Seoul'[18]

Park's Slow Dance concert tour in Japan began in March 2019.[19]

He announced his retirement from the entertainment industry in April 2019, following his arrest on suspicion of illegal drug use and the termination of his contract with his agency.[20]

2020–present: Comeback, change in companies and legal issues[edit]

Park held a charity fanmeeting for the LOVE ASIA foundation in Bangkok, Thailand on January 25, 2020.[21]

On July 31, 2020, it was announced that Park was working on a new album, which would be followed by a fan signing and mini concert in Thailand.[22] The album, RE:mind, was released on 19 November 2020 through various music sites.[clarification needed] It contains seven tracks: "THE CRY", "Station", "Carousel", "WHAT U WAITING FOR", "SOMEBODY TO LOVE ME", recorded in English, and "SEE YOU AGAIN", recorded in Japanese and Thai. [23]

After his departure from C-JeS Entertainment, Park Yoochun continued his solo activities under the label Re:Cielo until July 2021.[24] Since October 2021, Park is active under a new agency, Logbook Entertainment.[25]

Acting career[edit]

Park's starting minor roles were with TVXQ, in Banjun Theater and Vacation.[26][27]

In June 2010 Park began his official acting career by appearing in the Japanese BeeTV mobile drama Beautiful Love ~君がいれば~ (Beautiful Love ~If you were here ~) as Young-soo, the runaway heir of a conglomerate.

Two months later, Park made his Korean debut as an actor in the hit 2010 KBS drama Sungkyunkwan Scandal (성균관스캔들). He portrayed Lee Seon Joon, a wealthy, passionable and studious nobleman, who falls in love with his fellow schoolmate—a woman disguised as a man.[28] He received the "Rookie of the Year" Award, "Netizen Award" and "Best Couple" Award at the 2010 KBS Drama Awards ceremony. He won "Best Newcomer Award" and "Most Popular Actor in a TV Drama" at The 47th Baeksang Arts Awards, the most prestigious entertainment awards in South Korea. Park also won "Best Actor" and "Most Popular Asian Actor" at the 6th Seoul International Drama Awards.

In 2011, he starred in the MBC drama Miss Ripley with Lee Da-hae, Kim Seung-woo, and Kang Hye-jung.[29] His character as Song Yoo-hyun has him playing a half-Korean, half-Japanese second-generation director who will falls blindly in love with the antiheroine. At the 2011 MBC Drama Awards, Park won "Best Newcomer" for his role as lead male in "Miss Ripley."

In 2012, he starred in the SBS drama Rooftop Prince with Han Ji-min. Park's third role was Lee Gak, a Joseon era prince who time-travels 300 years to the present day, and also as Yong Tae-yong, third generation of conglomerate. The drama started airing on March 21, 2012. On August 30, Park won "Most Popular Actor in TV Drama" at the 48th Baeksang Arts Awards, crowning him as the most popular actor for two years in row.

On November 7, 2012, Park returned to television by participating in his fourth drama, MBC's Missing You,[30] in which he portrays homicide detective Han Jung-woo who, in the past when he was fourteen years old, was separated from his first love.

Having played the main character in a SBS and a MBC drama during 2012, Park attended both networks' drama award shows. At the MBC Drama Awards on December 30, the actor won the "Excellence Actor in a Mini-Series" Award for his role in Missing You. At the SBS Drama Awards the following day on the 31st, he received four more awards--"Excellence Actor in a Drama Special", one of the "Top 10 Stars", "Best Couple" (shared with Han Ji-min), and the "Netizen Popularity" Award—at the SBS Drama Awards for his performance in popular drama Rooftop Prince.

He has since achieved a so-called "Grand Slam" by having won trophies from each of South Korea's three major television channels, SBS, MBC, and KBS.[31]

In 2014 and 2015 he won the title of "Best New Actor" for his performance in Haemoo at numerous entertainment awards, including the Baeksang Arts Awards,[32] the Blue Dragon Awards, the Daejong Film Awards, the Busan International Film Festival and the SACF Beautiful Artists Awards.[33]

Personal life[edit]


In April 2017, it was confirmed by Park's agency that he was engaged to Hwang Ha-na.[34][35] On May 15, 2018, the couple was reported to have ended their relationship.[36][37]

Legal issues and controversies[edit]

In 2016 and 2017, Yoo-chun was accused by four different women of sexual assault, but was acquitted after the police ruled it was difficult to prove the use of force, making the charges invalid.[38] One of Yoo-chun's accusers was ruled to have falsified the charges, and was sentenced to two years in prison.[39] In 2017, another one of Yoo-chun's accusers ("A") was found to be not guilty of false accusations and defamation. Yoo-chun and his team attempted to appeal this decision, claiming that "A" had accused Yoo-chun of rape after he did not give her his number after having consensual sex, and also that the bathroom was "too small" for Yoo-chun to have raped "A", but the appeal was denied.[40][41] In 2018, "A" was revealed to be suing Yoo-chun for 100 million won in compensation, with the court ruling in July 2019 that Yoo-chun would pay "A" 50 million won instead.[42] Yoo-chun initially failed to pay the compensation, and was brought to a detention judgement trial in 2020. During the trial, Yoo-chun was given a "non-punishment" ruling, meaning "the punishment is unfair or that the debtor proved that he was meeting his obligations by the date of the trial".[43] In February of 2021, it was announced that Yoo-chun had paid the compensation in full.[44]

On August 18, 2021, it was reported in a Japanese news article that Park had signed with a new agency due to his former agency (Yesperar/Re:Cielo) having "barely paid" him during his two years with the company, and claimed the company had embezzled funds. In response, Re:Cielo announced that Park's statements were entirely false and that they were preparing a civil damages lawsuit against him due to his breach of contract and defamation of the company.[45] On November 10, 2021, Park was temporarily banned from appearing on TV and continuing any activities in the entertainment industry (unless the activities were with Yesperar) by the Seoul Central District Court.[46][47] [48]

Drug use allegations and related charges[edit]

On April 26, 2019, Park was arrested on suspicion of purchasing and using methamphetamine. He was also suspected of attempting to destroy evidence by dyeing and shaving the hair from his body before undergoing the drug test. Park's agency, C-JeS Entertainment, announced that his contract would be terminated and that he would retire from the industry.[49] According to news reports, Park admitted the drug charges against him after initially having repeatedly denied the accusations.[50][51] On July 2, 2019, Park was sentenced to ten months imprisonment, suspended for two years and a fine of 1.4 million won.[52] He has since completed his probation without violations. [53]


Solo appearances[edit]

Year Title Song Duration Artist
2009 Makai's Album "Stars" Tokyo Lovelight 05:31 DJ Makai feat. Yuchun
2011 Miss Ripley OST An Empty space for you 03.20 Park Yoochun
2014 Gummy's Album "I Loved.. Have No Regrets" 놀러가자 03:33 Gummy feat. Yuchun
Year Album Title Release Date
2016 How Much Love Do You Have In Your Wallet January 18
2019 Slow Dance February 27
2020 RE:mind November 19


Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Network
2005 Rainbow Romance Yoochun MBC
Banjun Theater High school student SBS
Masked fencer, slave
2006 Himself
2010 君がいれば ~Beautiful Love~ Young-soo BeeTV mobile
Sungkyunkwan Scandal Lee Sun-joon KBS2
2011 Miss Ripley Song Yoo-hyun / Yutaka MBC
2012 Rooftop Prince Lee Gak / Yong Tae-yong SBS
Missing You Han Jung-woo MBC
2014 Three Days Han Tae-kyung SBS
2015 A Girl Who Sees Smells Choi Mu-gak


Year Title Role Language Notes
2005 Dating on Earth Park Yoochun Korean
2014 Haemoo Dong-shik
2017 Lucid Dream Mysterious man
2021 On The Edge Tae-hong independent Film


Year Title Network Note
2011 The Hometown in Which I Used to Live MBC Documentary about small towns
2014 Human Documentary Love - Ep. 4 MBC Documentary about conjoined twins
2015 기적의 피아노 / The Piano - Documentary film about a visually-impaired piano child prodigy

Radio show[edit]

Year Title Notes
2007 TVXQ Bigeastation Park acted as the host with TVXQ

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Awards Category Nominated Work Result Ref.
2001 American Singing Competition (Virginia) Best Artist of the Competition N/A Won
2003 KBN Teens Singing Competition Special Award N/A Won
2010 KBS Drama Awards Best New Actor Sungkyunkwan Scandal Won [54]
Netizen Award Won
Best Couple Award (with Park Min-young) Won
2011 47th Baeksang Arts Awards Best New Actor (TV) Won [55]
Most Popular Actor (TV) Won
6th Seoul International Drama Awards People's Choice Award (Korea) Won [56]
Outstanding Korean Actor Won
7th Korea Drama Awards Best New Actor Sungkyunkwan Scandal,
Miss Ripley
MBC Drama Awards Miss Ripley Won [57]
2012 48th Baeksang Arts Awards Most Popular Actor (TV) Won [58]
K-Star News Awards Best Idol Actor (voted by children) N/A Won
7th Seoul International Drama Awards People's Choice Award (Korea) Rooftop Prince Won [59]
Outstanding Korean Actor Won
SBS Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Drama Special Won [60]
Netizen Popularity Award Won
Top 10 Stars Won
Best Couple Award (with Han Ji-min) Won
MBC Drama Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Missing You Won [61]
Popularity Award Nominated
Best Couple Award (with Yoon Eun-hye) Nominated
2013 49th Baeksang Arts Awards Most Popular Actor (TV) Won
2014 3rd APAN Star Awards Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Three Days Nominated
34th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards Best New Actor Haemoo Won
51st Grand Bell Awards Won
15th Busan Film Critics Awards Won
4th SACF Beautiful Artists Awards Won
Star Night Showbiz Awards Popular Star Award Won
35th Blue Dragon Film Awards Best New Actor Won [62]
SBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Three Days Won
Top 10 Stars Won
Netizen Popularity Award Nominated
Best Couple Award (with Park Ha-sun) Nominated
2015 6th Korea Film Reporters Association (KOFRA) Film Awards Best New Actor Haemoo Won
10th Max Movie Awards Best Actor Nominated
Best New Actor Won
51st Baeksang Arts Awards Best New Actor (Film) Won
24th Buil Film Awards Best New Actor Nominated
8th Korea Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries The Girl Who Sees Smells Nominated
SBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actor in a Miniseries Won
Top 10 Stars Won
2021 Las Vegas Asian Film Awards Best Actor On The Edge Won [63]


Year Tour Dates Venue
Park Yuchun 1st Asia Fanmeeting Tour
  • August 25
  • September 8
  • September 14
  • September 16
Park Yuchun Fanmeeting Housewarming Party
  • June 4
  • June 14
  • June 29
Park Yuchun Fanmeeting Tour Loving Yu in China
  • February 7
  • February 14
  • March 1
2015 Park Yuchun Fanmeeting Japan Tour ′ALL ABOUT YU
  • June 30 (Osaka)
  • July 1 (Osaka)
  • July 11 (Nagoya)
  • July 12 (Nagoya)
  • July 22 (Yokohama)
  • July 23 (Yokohama)
2018 Remember the memories


  • March 10 (Tokyo)
  • March 11 (Tokyo)


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