Kim Jong-hyun, better known mononymously as Jonghyun, was a South Korean singer-songwriter, record producer, radio host, and author under the SM Entertainment label. He was the main vocalist of the South Korean boy band Shinee for nine years, releasing twelve albums with the group in both Korean and Japanese. He also participated in SM Entertainment's project group, SM the Ballad, for the release of two EP albums. Jonghyun was also a solo artist, beginning in January 2015 with the release of his first EP album, Base. It peaked at number one on both the Billboard World Album Chart and the Gaon Album Chart. On September 17 the same year, Jonghyun released a compilation album, Story Op.1. His debut studio album, She Is, was released on May 24, 2016, followed by his second compilation album, Story Op.2, on April 24, 2017. Jonghyun began his first solo concert tour, The Story by Jonghyun, on October 2, 2015. This was followed by three further concert tours in later years.
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Singer, dancer, and model who was best known as a member of the South Korean boy band SHINee and a vocalist for SM The Ballad.
Jonghyun Before Fame
He was a bassist in a band that participated in many festivals when he was in his junior year of high school.
Achievement of Jonghyun
He wrote several lyrics for songs for his band's albums.
Jonghyun Family Life
His full name is Kim Jong-hyun. He briefly dated South Korean actress Shin Se-Kyung for less than a year.
Associations of Jonghyun
Information related to Kim Jong-hyun (singer)
- South Korean dance music singers
- Shinee members
- LGBT rights activists from South Korea
- South Korean male dancers
- South Korean contemporary R&B singers
- South Korean radio presenters
- Japanese-language singers of South Korea
- Singers from Seoul
- South Korean television presenters
- South Korean singer-songwriters
- Musicians who committed suicide
- K-pop singers
- South Korean male singers
- South Korean pop singers
- 21st-century South Korean singers