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Roy Kim
Roy Kim
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Roy Kim in 2018
Native name
Born
Kim Sang-woo

(1993-07-03) July 3, 1993 (age 26)
Seoul, South Korea
Occupation
  • Singer-songwriter
  • radio presenter
Musical career
Genres
Instruments
2012-present
Labels
Superstar K4
Korean name
Hangul
Revised RomanizationRoi Kim
McCune-ReischauerRoi k'im
Birth name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised RomanizationGim Sang-u
McCune-ReischauerKim Sangu

Kim Sang-woo (Korean; born July 3, 1993),[1] known professionally as Roy Kim (Korean), is a South Korean singer-songwriter and radio presenter. He began his singing career after winning the television talent show Superstar K 4 in 2012.[2]

Kim officially debuted with the studio album, Love Love Love (2013), which included the hit single "Bom Bom Bom."[3] The album garnered Kim awards for best new artist at the 15th Mnet Asian Music Awards and the 2014 Golden Disc Awards.[4][5] Kim followed up his first album with the studio albums, Home (2014) and The Great Dipper (2015), and the extended play, Blooming Season (2017).[6][7][8] He has also contributed to soundtracks for television series including Reply 1994, Pinocchio, Another Miss Oh, and Guardian: The Lonely and Great God.[9][10] As of July 2019, Kim has sold over 12 million digital downloads in his native country (see Roy Kim discography).

In April 2019, Kim was booked as one of the suspects in Burning Sun scandal by the SMPA (Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency) and currently is under investigation. He admitted to spreading hidden camera photos taken without consent which he had downloaded from the internet.[11][12][13]

Early life and education

Roy Kim was born Kim Sang-woo in Seoul, South Korea, on July 3, 1993.[1] His father is a former executive of Seoul Takju, a prominent makgeolli liquor manufacturer.[14][15] His mother is an artist.[16] Jung Yoon-hye, formerly of the girl group Rainbow, is Kim's cousin.[17]

During his elementary school years, Kim studied in Canada and then in Asheville, North Carolina in the United States, where he graduated from the Asheville School in 2012.[18][16]

Kim was accepted to attend Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. in 2012, but he delayed his enrollment to audition for Superstar K 4. He entered his freshman year at Georgetown in 2013 and alternated between attending school in the United States and pursuing his music career in South Korea.[19][20] He was majoring in sociology, which he said is "helpful for writing lyrics."[15] In May 2019, Kim denied preparing for Georgetown graduation ceremony, and returned to Korea to face the Burning Sun scandal's investigators after finishing his final exam.[21] Despite the investigation, the university granted an undergraduate degree to Kim.[22]

Career

In 2012, Kim auditioned for Mnet's television talent show Superstar K 4 (the South Korean equivalent of American Idol).[19] He was ultimately the season's winner, out of nearly two million applicants. Following his win, he performed at the 2012 Mnet Asian Music Awards in Hong Kong.[18]

In June 2013, Kim released his first album, Love Love Love, which included the "mega-hit" single "Bom Bom Bom."[3] The single topped the Gaon Digital Chart for two weeks and Billboard's K-pop Hot 100 for three weeks after its release.[23][6] The album's title track, "Love Love Love" reached #2 on the Gaon chart and #4 on the Billboard chart.[24][25] Following the release of his first album, Kim won several awards, including Best New Male Artist at the 2013 Mnet Asian Music Awards, 20's Booming Star at the 2013 Mnet 20's Choice Awards, and Rookie of the Year and the Popularity Award at the 2014 Golden Disc Awards.[4][26][5]

Kim released his second album, Home, in October 2014.[6] The album's lead single, also named "Home," was a success, topping South Korea's real-time music charts upon its release and reaching #2 on the Gaon Digital Chart.[27][28] That month, Kim embarked on a South Korean tour to promote the album.[29] In November, he contributed to the soundtrack for the television series Pinocchio, with the song, "Pinocchio,"[30] for which he won Best Original Soundtrack at the 2015 APAN Star Awards[31] and Favorite Foreign Artist at the 2015 Hito Music Awards in Taiwan.[32] Kim also became the first foreign artist to perform at the Hito Music Awards since they were established in 2003.[33]

In December 2015, Kim released his third album, The Great Dipper. The album's title track was a ballad, which was a departure from Kim's previous acoustic folk singles.[7] At the end of the year, Kim performed at three solo concerts in Seoul, all of which had sold out before the release of his album.[34]

Kim released his first extended play, Blooming Season (Korean), in May 2017.[8] In February 2018, he released the single "Only Then," which topped Korean music charts upon its release,[35] and which received a Platinum certification for digital sales by Gaon in November.[36] For the song, Kim won Best Ballad at the 2018 Melon Music Awards, Best Male Artist at the 2018 Mnet Asian Music Awards, and a Digital Bonsang at the 2019 Golden Disc Awards.[37][38][39]

Controversy

On April 2, 2019, the South Korean police issued a summon for Kim in regards to his alleged involvement in the Burning Sun scandal and the distribution of non-consensual sex videos. He was accused of sharing obscene materials on a mobile chat with several other fellow entertainers, including Seungri and arrested singer Jung Joon-young.[40][41][42] As of April 4, Kim was booked as a suspect by the SMPA (Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency) and is under investigation. On April 11, he admitted to spreading hidden camera photos taken without consent which he had downloaded from the internet.[43][44][45][46] Students in Georgetown University petitioned the school to take a tough stand against Kim's behavior and suspend him.[47] In May 2019, Kim denied preparing for Georgetown graduation, and returned to Korea to face the investigators after finishing his final exam. The school stated that it would conduct its own investigation into the sexual misconduct allegations against Kim.[21][48] Later on, the school granted an undergraduate degree to Kim despite the scandal.[49]

Kim performing at KCON 2015

Discography

Concerts and tours

Radio presenting

Year Channel Title Notes
2013 MBC FM4U Kim Shin-young's Hope Song at Noon [ko] Temporary co-host with Jung Joon-young (January 28 - March 3)[77]
Roy Kim and Jung Joon-young's Best Friend May 6 - August 18[78][79]
2014 MBC Standard FM Younha's Starry Night Temporary host (September 29 - October 5)[80]
2015 Jung Joon-young's Simsimtapa [ko] Special host (October 7-8)[81]
Melon Radio RoyStar FM December 1, 8[82][83]
KBS Cool FM K-Pop Planet December 13
2016 SBS Power FM Jang Ye-won [ko]'s A Night like Tonight [ko] Special host (August 1-7)[84]

Filmography

Television drama

Year Title Network Role Notes
2015 The Producers KBS2 Cindy's anti-fan[85] Episode 10 (cameo)

Variety shows

Year Title Network Role Notes
2001 Show! Lucky Train KBS2 Guest Pre-debut
2012 Superstar K4 Mnet Contestant, winner 15 episodes (1-15)
Superstar K4 Backstage Himself 7 episodes (October 19 - December 7)
Beatles Code Season 2 Guest 2 episodes (December 3, 10)
Superstar K4 Top 12 Talk Concert Himself 1 episode (December 7)
Live Talk Show Taxi tvN Guest 2 episodes (268-269)
2012-13 Superstar K4ever Special Track Mnet Himself 8 episodes (December 21 - February 8)
2013 Yoon Do-hyun's MUST Performer 1 episode (January 12)
Turn to the King OGN Guest 1 episode (167)
Star Family Show Mamma Mia KBS2 Guest 1 episode (3)
Hello Counselor Guest 1 episode (124)
The Age of Bands Mnet Performer 1 episode (4)
Roy Kim's Love Love Love Host 1 episode (June 27)
Entertainment Weekly [ko] KBS2 Interviewee star 1 episode (1482)
You Hee-yeol's Sketchbook Performer 1 episode (195)
Concert 7080 KBS1 Performer 1 episode (424)
Open Concert Performer 1 episode (985)
2014 Connection 2014 XTM/OnStyle Narrator Co-narrator with Bae Suzy (June 13 - July 4)
I Live Alone MBC Guest 1 episode (63)
Somesing SBS Host, performer Co-host with Kang Ho-dong, Kim Jung-eun, and Kim Yeon-woo (September 9-10)
First Day of Work tvN Cast member 5 episodes (1-5)
2 Days & 1 Night KBS2 Guest 3 episodes (361-363)
Hello Counselor Guest 1 episode (194)
You Hee-yeol's Sketchbook Performer 1 episode (246)
Open Concert KBS1 Performer 1 episode (1035)
Magic Eye SBS Guest 1 episode (18)
Space Sympathy EBS1 Performer 1 episode (1080)
2015 You Hee-yeol's Sketchbook KBS2 Performer 2 episodes (277, 299)
Unique Entertainment News OBS Interviewee star 1 episode (1680)
2 Days & 1 Night KBS2 Himself 1 episode (404, voice only)
K-Bap Star: Who's Your Mama? SBS Guest 1 episode (September 29)
Radio Star MBC Guest 1 episode (402)
Open Concert KBS1 Performer 1 episode (1079)
Running Man SBS Contestant 1 episode (272)
Hello Counselor KBS2 Guest 1 episode (254)
Two Yoo Project - Sugar Man JTBC Guest, performer 1 episode (10)
Concert 7080 KBS1 Performer 1 episode (536)
2016 Open Concert Performer 1 episode (1088)
Immortal Songs: Singing the Legend KBS2 Guest, performer 2 episodes (235-236)
EBS Space Sympathy EBS1 Performer 1 episode (1203)
I Live Alone (TV series) MBC Guest 1 episode (160)
King of Mask Singer Contestant 6 episodes (65-70) as "Romantic the Dark Knight"
Wednesday Food Talk tvN Guest 1 episode (72)
Daddy and Me Cast member 5 episodes (6-10)
People of Full Capacity MBC Guest 1 episode (34)
Enter-K YTN Interviewee star 1 episode (July 24)
Problematic Men tvN Guest 1 episode (72)
Talents for Sale KBS2 Guest 1 episode (14)
You Hee-yeol's Sketchbook Performer 1 episode (331)
Celebrity Bromance MBig TV Cast member Co-starred with Jung Joon-young (August 9, 16, 23, 30)
Live Talk Show Taxi tvN Guest
2017 2 Days & 1 Night KBS2 Guest 3 episodes (486-488)
Immortal Songs: Singing the Legend Guest, Performer 1 episode (295:Final winner)
I Can See Your Voice Mnet Guest 1 episode (Season 4 Ep 6)[86]
Please Take Care of My Refrigerator JTBC Guest Celebrity Guest alongside Jung Yong-hwa (Season 2, Episode 124,125)
Paik Jong-won's Three Great Emperors SBS Guest 1 episode (81)
Battle Trip KBS2 Guest 1 episode (49)
Happy Together Guest 1 episode (499)
Hello Counselor Guest 1 episode (326)
Immortal Songs: Singing the Legend Guest, Performer 1 episode (304)
Fantastic Duo Contestant, Performer 2 episodes (21, 22)
2018 Begin Again JTBC Cast member Season 2

Music video

Year Song title Artist(s)
2013 "The Day to Love" Lee Seung-chul

Goodwill ambassadors

Year Title Campaign organizer Ref.
2015 Girls' Education Campaign at KCON 2015 UNESCO/CJ E&M [87][88]
2016 The Happy Place of Sharing and Donation, G+Star Zone Gangnam District, Seoul [89]

Awards and nominations

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