The K-pop boy group debuted in 2011
4 Dec 2019 - 2:21 PM  UPDATED 4 Dec 2019 - 3:16 PM

UPDATE: According to MYNAME's Seyong, the group has not disbanded, despite MYNAME's exclusive contract expiry with H2 Media. Seyong added that the members didn't end on bad terms with the agency and there's still potential for the group to work together in the future as MYNAME.

He said, "Even if we end up under different agencies in the future, there's still a possibility that we get together and release an album".


K-pop boy group MYNAME has disbanded, having completed their contracts with H2 Media and deciding to no longer promote as a group.

The group debuted in 2011 with the song "Message" and enjoyed success both in South Korea and internationally. They especially were popular in Japan after debuting there in 2012, releasing four Japanese albums which all charted within the top 10 on the Oricon charts.

Since mid-2017, members had been pursuing solo efforts as In Soo entered the military. The remaining four members also participated in music survival show The Unit.

Each of the members has shared their plans for the future: Gunwoo will continue in the music industry; Insoo will move into musicals and theatre; Seyong, JunQ and Chaejin will be focusing on acting.


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