Park Jae-jung (singer)
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Park Jae-jung Singer
Parc Jae-jung
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Parc in 2017
Background information
Parc Jaejung
Born (1995-12-25) December 25, 1995 (age 23)
Seoul, South Korea
GenresPop ballad
Singer
InstrumentsGuitar
2013-present
Labels
WebsiteOfficial website
Korean name
Hangul
Revised RomanizationBak Jae-jeong
McCune-ReischauerPak Chaech?ng

Parc Jae-jung (born December 25, 1995)[1] is a South Korean singer. He is well-known as the winner of the South Korean singing competition Superstar K 5 in 2013.[2]

Early life

Parc was born in Seoul, South Korea on December 25, 1995.[1] He developed an interest in music at a young age and learned to play the violin, clarinet, and traditional Korean percussion instruments when he was in elementary school. In 2011, he moved with his family to Florida, where his parents worked as farmers.[3]

Career

In July 2013, Parc participated in the fifth season of singing competition series Superstar K5. On November 15, 2013 Parc was announced as the winner of the competition and having opportunity to signing with CJ E&M.[4][5] On November 20, Parc released his pre-debut single "Stalker".[6] On November 22, Parc made his official debut stage on the annual award event Mnet Asian Music Award at Hongkong's Asia World Expo Arena.[7][8]

On July 17, 2014 Parc released his first EP, Step 1, where contain of five track including the lead single "Ice Ice Baby" featuring Beenzino.[9][10]

In July 2015, Parc joined Mystic Entertainment after his contract with CJ E&M ended.[11]

On May 19, 2016 Parc released collaboration single "Two Men" with Kyuhyun. They also made performance of "Two Men" in the variety show Radio Star on May 18.[12][13]

On May 19, 2017 Parc released single "Passport", as a part of Yoon Jongshin's music project Monthly Yong Jongshin 2017 May.[14] In the same month, Parc was cast in the first season of the music variety show Snowball Project. He team-up with Mark Lee of NCT released "Lemonade Love" on July 21, which produce by Henry Lau and Yoon Jongshin.[15][16] In August 2017, Parc was cast in the 2017 MBC pilot variety show It's Dangerous Beyond The Blankets.[17] On June 29, Parc released his single "Focus", which was written by Yoon Jongshin and Jung Suk-won of 015B.[18][19] On October 13, Parc released another single "The Villain", which also written by Yoon Jongshin and Jung Suk-won of 015B. The single is the trilogy of the farewell ballad following "Two Men" and "Focus".[20][21] On December 18, Parc held his first solo concert Mood In December at Seoul's Hyundai Card Understage.[22]

On June 8, 2018 Parc released single "Bad Dreams", as a part of Mystic Entertainment's music project LISTEN.[23] His next single "Words" was released on August 4, which is his first self-composed song since debut.[24][25]

Discography

Extended plays

Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
KOR
[26]
STEP 1
  • Released: July 17, 2014
  • Label: CJ E&M Music
  • Formats: CD, digital download
15

Singles

Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Album
KOR
[28]
As lead artist
"Stalker" (? ) 2013 68 STEP 1
"Ice Ice Baby" ()
(featuring Beenzino)
2014 56
"Focus" () 2017 -- N/A Non-album singles
"The Villain" () --
"Bad Dream" ( ?) 2018 -- LISTEN 026
"Words" () -- Non-album singles
"4 years" (4?) --
Collaborations
"Two Men" (? )
(with Kyuhyun)
2016 66 Non-album single
"Passport" ()
(with Yoon Jong-shin)
2017 -- N/A His Walk of Life 2017 Yoon Jong-shin
"Lemonade Love"
(with Mark of NCT)
2017 -- SM Station Season 2
"XOXO"
(with Soyeon of Laboum)
2018 -- Non-album single
"May 12" (5? 12?)
(with 015B)
-- The Legacy 01
Soundtrack appearances
"Who Are You" ( ?) 2014 -- N/A My Spring Days OST
"Not Gonna Wait" 2017 -- Live Up to Your Name OST
"Didn't Know" () 2018 -- Feel Good to Die OST

References

  1. ^ a b Lee, Hye-lynn (2013-09-28). "'?K5' TOP9 .. ?". The Chosun Ilbo (in Korean). Retrieved .
  2. ^ Na-rae, Lee (2013-11-22). "Park Jae-jung Says His Performance at 2013 MAMA will be Mistake-Free". Mnet. CJ E&M. Archived from the original on 2014-02-18. Retrieved .
  3. ^ Lee, Eun-jeong (2017-06-28). " ' ? '". Yonhap News (in Korean). Retrieved .
  4. ^ http://m.star.mt.co.kr/view.html?no=2013111522470079600&outlink=1&ref=https%3A%2F%2Fsearch.naver.com#imadnews
  5. ^ https://m.entertain.naver.com/read?oid=117&aid=0002398324
  6. ^ https://m.entertain.naver.com/read?oid=213&aid=0000404873
  7. ^ https://m.entertain.naver.com/read?oid=311&aid=0000281574
  8. ^ https://m.entertain.naver.com/read?oid=011&aid=0002427549
  9. ^ https://m.entertain.naver.com/read?oid=311&aid=0000360823
  10. ^ https://m.entertain.naver.com/read?oid=382&aid=0000235782
  11. ^ http://mosen.mt.co.kr/article/G1110195842#imadnews
  12. ^ https://m.entertain.naver.com/read?oid=081&aid=0002719881
  13. ^ https://m.entertain.naver.com/read?oid=112&aid=0002815019
  14. ^ http://www.topstarnews.net/news/articleView.html?idxno=266012#_enliple
  15. ^ https://m.entertain.naver.com/read?oid=014&aid=0003847621
  16. ^ "Parc Jae Jung And NCT's Mark Are The First Team-Up For SM And Mystic Entertainment's New Variety Show | Soompi". www.soompi.com. Retrieved .
  17. ^ Pauly, C (27 August 2017). ""It's Dangerous Beyond The Blankets" Cast Are The Most Relatable Introverts". Retrieved .
  18. ^ https://m.entertain.naver.com/read?oid=109&aid=0003567196
  19. ^ http://m.breaknews.com/a.html?uid=517365&section=sc4#cb
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  21. ^ https://m.entertain.naver.com/read?oid=241&aid=0002717583
  22. ^ https://m.entertain.naver.com/read?oid=109&aid=0003682694
  23. ^ https://m.entertain.naver.com/read?oid=396&aid=0000481927
  24. ^ http://m.newsen.com/news_view.php?uid=201808041013322410&r=1&http_referer=https%3A%2F%2Fm.search.naver.com%2Fsearch.naver?query%3D%25EB%25B0%2595%25EC%259E%25AC%25EC%25A0%2595%2B%25EA%25B0%2580%25EC%2582%25AC&sm%3Dmtb_hty.top&where%3Dm_news&oquery%3D%25EB%25B0%2595%25EC%259E%25AC%25EC%25A0%2595%2B%25EB%258B%2588%25EA%25B0%2580%2B%25EC%25A3%25BD%25EB%258A%2594%2B%25EA%25BF%2588&tqi%3DT3pV6dpySAhssbmKj%252F4sssssttK-507486
  25. ^ https://m.entertain.naver.com/read?oid=109&aid=0003836858
  26. ^ "Gaon Album Chart" (in Korean). Gaon Music Chart. Retrieved .
  27. ^ "July 2014 Album Chart" (in Korean). Gaon Music Chart. Retrieved .
  28. ^ "Gaon Digital Chart" (in Korean). Gaon Music Chart. Retrieved .
  29. ^ Sales of "Stalker":
  30. ^ Cumulative sales of "Ice Ice Baby":
  31. ^ Cumulative sales of "Two Men":

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