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Shin Dongho (born June 29, 1994 on Yeouido in Seoul, S. Korea) is a former South Korean singer who acquired fame as a singer of the boy groupU-KISS. Dongho was the most active member of the group, appearing in a great many reality shows and other productions. He joined U-KISS in 2008 and stayed with them for five years.
He attended middle school in Seoul Yonggang Middle School and graduated from Hanrim Entertainment Arts School. He became a trainee for NH Media and was chosen as one of the potential members for an upcoming boyband.
Dongho joined U-KISS in 2008, and appeared in reality shows such as Idol Maknae Rebellion, Raising Idol, and Sonyeon Sonyeo Gayo Baekseo.
His first acting role was a middle-school student in Villain and Widow, and performed in the MBC drama Royal Family. He voiced the lead character in a 3-D animation movie, Hong Gil Dong 2084 (2011). Along with co-U-KISS member Yeo Hoonmin he was cast for a TV-movie series, Holy Land (2012). He was the lead in Don’t Cry Mommy. On October 16, 2013, NH media announced that Dongho left U-KISS.