Born In: Seoul, South Korea
Park Yoo-chun, also known as Micky Yoo-chun or just Yoochun, is a well-known South Korean songwriter, singer and actor who started his career as a teenager with the band TVXQ and SM Entertainment. The band got into a legal battle with SM Entertainment and went on to put together a new group called JYJ, named after its members Junsus, Yuchun and Jaejoong. The band has a number of international hits including their English album ‘The Beginning’. Park has done a few solos with various artists and has also performed as the host for the TVXQ Bigeastation radio show. He is the main songwriter for his group and a few other South Korean artists. Park has a parallel career in films and television where he has appeared in a few movies and a number of drama serials including ‘Miss Ripley’ and ‘Rooftop Prince’. He has achieved what is referred to as a ‘South Korean Grand Slam’, which is winning an award on the three major television channels, SBS, MBC and KBS in the same year.
Also Known As: Micky Yoochun, Yoochun
Born Country: South Korea
Ancestry: South Korean American
Notable Alumni: Kyung Hee University
City: Seoul, South Korea
education: Kyung Hee University