Cho Kyuhyun

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Cho Kyu-hyun
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Kyuhyun during Super Show 5 in Manila
Native name 조규현
Born Cho Kyu-hyun
(1988-02-03) February 3, 1988 (age 29)
Seoul, South Korea
Occupation
Musical career
Genres
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2006–Hiatus (Military service)
Labels
Associated acts
Website Kyuhyun's Website
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Jo Gyu-hyeon
McCune–Reischauer Cho Kyu-hyŏn

Cho Kyu-hyun (born February 3, 1988),[1] better known mononymously as Kyuhyun, is a South Korean singer and musical theatre actor. He is best known as a member of South Korean boy group Super Junior, its sub-groups Super Junior-K.R.Y., Super Junior-M and a former member of the South Korean ballad group S.M. the Ballad. He is one of the first four Korean artists to appear on Chinese postage stamps.[2]

Early life

Kyuhyun was born in Nowon-gu, Seoul, a northeastern part of the city. His father, Cho Younghwan, worked for the Korean Housing Corporation before opening various educational institutes in Korea. Kyuhyun's mother, Kim Hanna, pursued business ventures such as establishing an art academy as well as a guesthouse located in Myeongdong. Kyuhyun also has an older sister, Ara, a violinist who studied abroad in Vienna, Austria, before returning to Korea to teach the violin.

Kyuhyun was initially urged to study law by his parents and later said that it would have been his choice in career had he not become a singer. His original plans to go into law were abandoned once he joined a band in high school, where he realized his talents in singing. He went on to place third in the Chin Chin Singing Competition in 2005 and entered SM Entertainment the following year. He faced strong opposition from his father, but the latter agreed to grant his blessings if Kyuhyun was accepted into a prestigious university. Kyuhyun subsequently enrolled in Kyunghee University with a major in Post-Modern Music and received his bachelor's degree in 2013. He is currently enrolled in the university's master's program.

Career

2006–09: Debut with Super Junior, K.R.Y and Super Junior-M

Kyuhyun officially debuted in 2006 as a part of Super Junior, formerly Super Junior 05, the first generation of SM Entertainment's 12-member rotational boy band. Super Junior 05 had already debuted the year prior with the single, "TWINS (Knock Out)."[3][4]

In March 2006, SM Entertainment began to recruit new members for the following round of Super Junior 05, however the company decided to halt future generations. It instead announced the addition of Kyuhyun to the group, solidifying the team. Following his addition, the group dropped the suffix "05" and officially became credited as Super Junior.[5]

Kyuhyun made his first appearance as a part-time model of Super Junior in a news broadcast on May 23, where the group introduced their new single, U. He debuted a few days later on May 27 at SBS's I-Concert with "U", which was also the group's first comeback performance as a permanent group. The CD single "U" was released on June 7 and remained the group's most successful single until the release of "Sorry, Sorry" in 2009.[6]

Shortly after his debut, Kyuhyun along with members Yesung and Ryeowook were placed in Super Junior's first subgroup, Super Junior-K.R.Y..The trio debuted on November 5 on KBS's weekly music program Music Bank.[7] Kyuhyun subsequently released a solo track titled "Smile" for The tvN drama Hyena.

In 2008, Kyuhyun was added to the seven-member sub-group Super Junior-M, a Mandopop group within Super Junior aimed towards the Chinese music industry. The group debuted in China at the 8th Annual Music Chart Awards with the release of their first music video, "U" on April 8. The debut was followed by the release of the group's Chinese-language studio album, Me in selected provinces throughout China and Taiwan.[8] Kyuhyun also collaborated with The Grace in early 2008 to perform "Just For One Day" (하루만) for The Grace's first album Hanbeon Deo, OK?. Later that year, Kyuhyun, alongside member Ryeowook, featured in the song "Wish" (소원) in labelmate TVXQ's repackaged edition of Mirotic.

In 2009, Kyuhyun sang the remake of Yoo Youngsuk's "7 Years of Love" (7년간의 사랑) for Yoo's 20th anniversary tribute album. Kyuhyun first performed the song on the television program Yoo Hee Yeol's Sketch Book. On June 30, the song was released as a digital single as well as on Yoo's tribute album, with all proceeds donated to UNICEF. Following the success of his solo track, Kyuhyun alongside bandmate Donghae and actress Han Ji-min appeared in the music video "Happy Bubble," a commercial theme song for facial wash product Happy Bath on August 20.

2010–13: S.M. The Ballad and Solo activities

On January 6, 2010, Kyuhyun released his solo track "Listen To You" for the Korean drama Pasta. The song peaked at number one on real time music portal charts. On August 5, Kyuhyun released his third solo song "Hope, a dream that never sleeps" (희망은 잠들지 않는 꿈) for the television drama Baker King, Kim Tak Goo.

Cho Kyuhyun at the MBC Entertainment Awards, 29 December 2012

In November, Kyuhyun along with label mates TRAX’s Jay, SHINee’s Jonghyun, and newly debuted singer Jino formed the project group SM The Ballad. The group was described as SM Entertainment's vocal unit group, but the original members would only promote that winter together. [9] The group released its debut album, Miss You on November 29 and debuted on the music program Inkigayo the day before. The group remained inactive until 2014, when Kyuhyun along with TRAX's Jay and Jino left S.M.The Ballad, leaving Jonghyun as the only original member in the group.

From December 15, 2010 to mid-January 2011, Kyuhyun rotated as D'Artagnan with TRAX's Jay in The Three Musketeers at Chungmu Art Hall in Seoul, where the singers co-starred with Yoo Jun Sang, Im Ki Jun, Kim Mu Yul and Dana Hong.[10] His performances as D'Artagnan placed him first in an online poll for the Musical Rising Star Award at the 2010 Golden Ticket Awards.[11]

In 2011, Kyuhyun contributed to group mate Siwon's drama Poseidon with the track "The Way to Break Up." The single was composed by Yoon Jong Shin and was also included in Yoon's monthly project album. Kyuhyun sang "Late Autumn" for Yoon's November monthly project later that year. He also appeared on KBS's music competition program Immortal Songs 2, replacing group mate Yesung on the show. Kyuhyun went on to win two rounds.

Kyuhyun was one of four fixed MCs on Super Junior's show Foresight, and in September he replaced fellow member Heechul as an MC on MBC's Radio Star.[12] He later appeared on We Got Married as part of Fighting Junior, supporting fellow member Leeteuk and on-screen wife actress Kang So-ra.

In 2012, Kyuhyun was cast as Frank Abagnale Jr., rotating with Um Ki-joon, Kim Jeong-hoon, Park Gwang-hyun and Key of SHINee in the Korean production of the Broadway musical Catch Me If You Can. The musical ran from March 28 to June 10 at the Blue Square Samsung Card Hall in Hannam-dong, Seoul.[13]

Kyuhyun in "The Three Musketeers", 7 April 2013

From December 2012 to February 2013, Kyuhyun was again cast as Frank Abagnale Jr. for the re-run of Catch Me If You Can. From March 2013 to April 2013, he was cast as D'Artagnan for the re-run of The Three Musketeers.

In May 2013, it was announced that Kyuhyun would replace labelmate SHINee's Minho as the new MC of KBS 2TV's Mamma Mia.[14] Later in June, Kyuhyun featured in labelmate Henry's debut solo song "Trap" alongside SHINee's Taemin.[15]

In August, Kyuhyun graduated from Kyunghee University's postmodern music department with a bachelor's degree. He enrolled for his master's the following month. News sources reported the graduations of Kyuhyun and classmate Kim Yeonji as unusual examples of entertainment stars taking their academic work seriously, to which Kyuhyun remarked, "I worked hard to get into university, so I was very attached."[16]

2014–present: Solo debut and solo concert

From January 18 to February 23, 2014, Kyuhyun starred in the musical adaptation of MBC's Moon Embracing the Sun at the Seoul Arts Center, alongside Girls' Generation's Seohyun.[17]

Kyuhyun in June 2014

In May, it was announced that Kyuhyun would star in the musical Singin' In The Rain as Don Lockwood, opposite Girls' Generation's Sunny. The musical was produced by SM C&C, a subsidiary of S.M. Entertainment, and ran from June 5 to June 22 at Chungmu Art Hall in Seoul.[18][19]

In August, Kyuhyun made a comeback with his fellow Super Junior members with the studio album, Mamacita.[20] Later that month, Kyuhyun was cast in his fifth musical, The Days. He played the second lead character, Mooyeong, a witty and free-spirited security guard at the Blue House. Kyuhyun rotated the character alongside actors Kim Seung Dae, Oh Jeong Hyuk, and Ji Chang Wook. The musical ran from October 21, 2014 to January 2015.[21]

On November 13, 2014, Kyuhyun released his solo debut album, titled At Gwanghwamun, making him the first Super Junior member to debut alone.[22] Kyuhyun made his first music show appearance on KBS2's Music Bank on November 14.[23] Just 12 hours after the album's online release, the title track "At Gwanghwamun" achieved an 'all-kill' by topping all nine digital Korean charts. All of the songs on his album eventually climbed to the top 10 on most music sites.[24][25]

In December, it was announced that Kyuhyun would star as Prince Phillip for the musical Robin Hood. He rotated the role with BEAST's Yang Yoseob and actor Park Sunghwan. The musical opened in January 2015 at the D-Cube Arts Center in Seoul.[26][27]

Kyuhyun performing at KCON 2015.

In early 2015, Kyuhyun was cast in news-based KBS reality show Fluttering India (두근두근 인도) alongside TVXQ's Changmin, SHINee's Minho, CNBLUE's Jonghyun, INFINITE'S Sungkyu and Suho of EXO.[28][29] Filming took place in Mumbai throughout February and the first episode was released on KBS2 on April 10, 2015.[30]

On March 25, it was announced that singer-songwriter Lee Moon Sae chose Kyuhyun to be his duet partner in his new album, New Direction. The duo's duet track, She is Coming released on April 7.[31]

In November, Kyuhyun held his first solo concert And It's Fall Again, as part of SM Entertainment's concert series The Agit at the SMTOWN Theatre in SMTOWN’s Coex Artium. Kyuhyun held 6 concerts, and tickets sold out in 46 seconds.[32]

On October 14, Kyuhyun released his second EP, Fall, Once Again with the title track "A Million Pieces." [33][34] His next single, "The Day We Felt The Distance" was released on November 3.

From November 2015 to January 2016, Kyuhyun played the lead role in the 15th anniversary production of the musical Werther. He rotated the role with actors Um Ki-joon and Jo Seung-woo.[35] Kyuhyun also participated in the OST album of the musical.[36]

From April 11 to June 5, 2016, Kyuhyun held his solo tour in Japan, titled Super Junior Kyuhyun Japan Tour 2016 ~Knick Knack~. He performed in several cities, including Fukuoka, Sapporo, Osaka, Hiroshima, Yokohama, Nagoya, and Tokyo.[37] During his tour Kyuhyun released his debut Japanese single, "Celebration ~Bridge to You~"on May 25.[38]

On August 22, SM Entertainment announced that Kyuhyun would take a break from his activities due to vocal cord nodules. He underwent surgeries and temporarily halted his activities, including his performance in an ongoing musical that he was cast in, Mozart, as well as 2 weeks of recording on Radio Star.[39]

In October 2016, it was announced that Sung Si-kyung took part in composing Kyuhyun's upcoming album, and the album was to release within that year. [40] Kyuhyun performed the new track at his concert Autumn Memories: Story of a Novelist on October 29 to 30 at Ehwa Womans University and Busan from November 5 to 6 at Bexco Auditorium.[41] His third EP, Waiting, Still was released on November 10. The album has including double title track, Blah Blah was produced by popular singer-songwriter Yoon Jong-shin and Still was produced by popular ballad singer Sung Si-kyung.[42]

On December 12, Kyuhyun's first Japanese album One Voice and his second Japan tour Super Junior-Kyuhyun Japan Tour 2017 ~One Voice~ was announced. The album will be released on February 8, 2017. [43] The album includes five new song, Japanese single Celebration ~Kimini Kakeru Hashi~ (include B-side track: Lost my Way and Beautiful) and Japanese version of At Gwanghwamun and Blah Blah.[44] On November 22, His second Japan tour schedule were revealed. The tour would be held from January 18 to March 5, 2017.[45]

Personal life

Car accident

On the early morning of April 19, 2007, Kyuhyun along with Super Junior members Leeteuk, Shindong, Eunhyuk, and two managers were hospitalized due to a serious car accident while returning from a Super Junior Kiss the Radio show. The front tire reportedly burst, causing the car to hit a guard rail, spin twice, and flip over.[46] Kyuhyun, who was sitting behind the driver's seat, suffered the most serious injuries including a fractured hip, broken ribs, and facial scratches and bruises. He subsequently developed pneumothorax from a broken rib piercing his lungs and remained in a coma for four days.[47][48]

The doctor treating Kyuhyun at the time said that in order to repair Kyuhyun's pierced lungs he would have to pierce a hole into his neck, thus ending his career as a singer. Kyuhyun's father, who once vehemently opposed his son's career, was the first to immediately reject the operation, stating that Kyuhyun would rather die than not be able to sing. He pleaded that the doctor find another way to repair his son's lungs.[49] In spite of this, doctors insisted that even with the surgery Kyuhyun "had about a 20 percent chance to live."[50] After fierce debate between his parents and doctors, another surgeon named Dr. Wang Youngpil suggested an alternative operation that would instead make an incision in the ribs.

Kyuhyun spent 6 days in the ICU before he was transferred to a regular hospital room.[51] After being moved, Kyuhyun no longer needed support from a respiratory machine, but he was not able to walk on his own until one month after the accident.[49] He was discharged on July 5, 2007 after 78 days.

Vocal Cord surgery

On August 23, 2016, Kyuhyun underwent vocal cord surgery to treat his vocal chord nodules. He subsequently took a break from all activities during recovery.[52]

Military Enlistment

On May 25, 2017, Kyuhyun began his mandatory military service. He received training at the Nonsan Army Training Center for four weeks before fulfilling his military duty as a social service worker. His position as MC on MBC's Radio Star remains filled while he is on hiatus. Kyuhyun is the last member of Super Junior to begin military service.[53]

Commercial endorsements

Together with Super Junior and Super Junior-M, Kyuhyun has endorsed for various brands such as Pepsi, Yamaha, 12Plus, SPAO, Kyochon Chicken, LG phone, Tony Moly, Lotte Duty Free, and Bonrich. He was also the main spokesperson for Masita Seaweed from 2011 to 2016.

In 2013, Kyuhyun and label mates Yoona, Minho, Sulli, Seohyun, and Siwon were appointed as the main models for SK Telecom.

In 2016, Kyuhyun was chosen to be the representative of Samdasoo mineral water along with Girls' Generation's Taeyeon.

Discography

Filmography

Film

Date Title Role
2010 Super Show 3 3D Himself
2012 I AM. - SM Town Live World Tour in Madison Square Garden Himself [54]
2013 Super Show 4 3D Himself
2015 SM Town The Stage Himself

Web Drama

Date Title Role Network Notes
2016 Bongsun, The Woman Who Dies If She Loves Kim Joosung Naver TV Cast Lead Role

Variety shows

Year Title Network Role Note
2011–2017 Radio Star MBC Host
2012 We Got Married Shanghai Media Group Cast Chinese version
2013 Mamma Mia KBS Host
2015 Fluttering India KBS Cast Episode 1-5
2017 New Journey to the West (Season 3-4) tvN Cast

Musical theatre

Year Title Role Notes
2010–2011, 2013 The Three Musketeers D'Artagnan Male Lead
2012, 2013 Catch Me If You Can Frank Abagnale Jr. Male Lead
2014 Moon Embracing the Sun King Lee Hwon Male Lead
Singin' in the Rain Don Lockwood Male Lead
The Days Mooyeong Second Male Lead
2015 Robin Hood Prince Phillip Second Male Lead
Werther Werther Male Lead
2016 Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Male Lead

Concert and tours

South Korea

Japan

Awards and nominations

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External links

  • Official Korean Website
  • Official Japanese Website
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