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L-R: Jinwoon, Jo Kwon, Changmin and Seulong

L-R: Jinwoon, Jo Kwon, Changmin and Seulong

Background information
OriginSeoul, South Korea
  • K-pop
  • R&B
  • soul
Years active
  • 2008–2014
  • 2021–present
  • Big Hit
  • JYP
  • Culture Depot[1]
  • Ariola Japan
  • United Asia Management
Member ofJYP Nation
Spinoff ofOne Day
  • Jo Kwon
  • Chanmin
  • Seulong
  • Jinwoon

2AM (Korean: 투에이엠) is a South Korean boy band, that consists of Jo Kwon, Lee Chang-min, Lim Seul-ong and Jeong Jin-woon. The band was formed by JYP Entertainment through the Mnet documentary Hot Blood, which spawned the eleven-member boy band One Day; 2AM primarily perform ballad songs while their brother group 2PM performed more dance-focused music. With the addition of Changmin from Big Hit Entertainment, now known as Big Hit Music, the group was co-managed by JYP and Big Hit from 2008 đồ sộ năm trước. They officially debuted on July 11, 2008,[2] on KBS' Music Bank, performing their debut single "This Song". The group also debuted in nhật bản with the single "Never Let You Go: Shindemo Hanasanai" in January 2012.

2AM's albums and singles were commercially successful. Several of their Korean albums have charted within the top ten in the Gaon Album Chart, with their album I Was Wrong (2010) marking their first number one album. Several of their singles have achieved high peaks at the Gaon Digital Chart, with "Can't Let You Go Even If I Die," "You Wouldn't Answer My Calls," and "I Wonder If You Hurt Like Me" topping the chart. Their Japanese singles have also peaked within the top ten of the Oricon Singles Chart.

After the group departed JYP and Big Hit, 2AM was put on hiatus as the members moved đồ sộ different companies and labels and pursued solo careers. Their hiatus extended as most of the group took part in their mandatory military service. Following the kết thúc of their military service, the group reunited after seven years with their fourth extended play, Ballad 21 F/W (2021).


Along with the members of 2PM, 2AM's Seulong, Jo Kwon, and Jinwoon appeared on the documentary Hot Blood that was aired on Mnet, documented their rigorous training program on their pre-debut days. Changmin was not in the documentary because he had not joined JYP. Initially, Jinwoon was eliminated on Hot Blood, but he ended up in 2AM due đồ sộ Daehun's withdrawal from JYPE.[3]


2008–2010: Debut and early years[edit]

2AM's first single, "이 노래 (This Song)", was released on July 21, 2008.[4] It was followed a year later by "Time For Confession", on March 19, 2009, with "친구의 고백 (Confession of a Friend)".[5] In January 2010 the group released the EP, "죽어도 못 보내" with "죽어도 못 보내 (Even If I Die I Can't Let You Go)" as the lead single. The EP featured four additional songs, three from their first and second singles and one new tuy nhiên titled "잘못했어 (I Was Wrong)", which was their promoted track.[6] They won their music show at Inkigayo on February 7 with "Can't Let You Go Even If I Die."[2]

Through June and July 2010, 2AM opened for Wonder Girls on the second leg of their Wonder Girls World Tour.[7] They are also featured in Made in Wonder Girls.[8] On October 26, 2010, 2AM released their first full-length album entitled Saint o'Clock, with "전활 받지 않는 너에게 (You Wouldn't Answer My Calls)" and "미친 듯이 (Like Crazy)" as the lead singles.[9]

2011–2012: Asian career[edit]

Following the Korean success of their 2010 album Saint o'Clock, the group released a Japanese version on November 9, 2011.[10] In January 2012, they released their first Japanese single "Never Let You Go: Shindemo Hanasanai", a Japanese version of the group's Korean single, "Even if I Die, I Can't Let You Go (죽어도 못보내)."[11] It successfully entered both Oricon Daily Chart and Weekly Chart in the top 3.[12] They released their second Korean EP F.Scott Fitzgerald's Way Of Love[13] and released the music đoạn phim for the lead track of the album, "I Wonder If You Hurt Like Me". In January 2012 they toured nhật bản, becoming the first K-Pop idol group đồ sộ perform at Tokyo Bunkamura Orchard Hall.[10]

The band followed up with the release of their second Japanese single "Denwa ni Denai Kimi ni (You Wouldn't Answer My Calls)" in nhật bản on April 11.[14] The tuy nhiên immediately debuted on Oricon Daily charts at fourth place.[15] The release included the Japanese version of "You Wouldn't Answer My Calls" and a cover Ken Hirai's "瞳をとじて (Close Your Eyes)."

In April 2012, 2PM and 2AM announced the release of the documentary film known as Beyond The One Day, in nhật bản. One Day refers đồ sộ the group from which 2PM and 2AM both split. On April 13, they released the trailer for the film.[16] This was followed up with the release of Japanese single for the theme tuy nhiên "One day". In September 2012, 2AM released the third Japanese single For You: Kimi no Tame ni Dekiru Koto" their first original in Japanese.[14] The title track "For You~君のためにできること~" was selected as the theme tuy nhiên for Japanese TBS drama NEO Soumatou Company which premiered on July 16. In the same year, 2AM held their first Asia concert tour, visiting Hong Kong, Taiwan, nhật bản and Malaysia.[17] They recorded a Chinese version of the tuy nhiên "I Wonder If You Hurt Like Me (好痛) while Jokwon expressed some concerns about his pronunciation.[18] It featured on the Asian version of their second EP F. Scott Fitzgerald's Way Of Love. In November 2012, prior đồ sộ the concert in nhật bản, Seulong fractured a toe and performed in a wheelchair.[19] The 4th Japanese single "Darenimo Watasenai Yo" was released in nhật bản on December 5, 2012.[14]

2013–2014: Japanese debut, One Spring Day, Nocturne, return đồ sộ JYP, and Let's Talk[edit]

2AM released their first full-length nhật bản Album titled Voice on January 9, 2013.[14] The album collected the tracks from their Japanese singles released đồ sộ date and included four new songs; "First Love", "Pretty Girl", "愛の歌がRadioから", "無邪気な笑顔で" and Japanese version of "I Wonder If You Hurt Like Me~君も僕のように." On March 5, 2013, 2AM released their second full-length album, One Spring Day. The album, containing nine tracks, is a collaboration with many artists, including pianist & composer Yiruma and Eptione Project.[20] They also hosted SNL Korea on April 13, 2013.[21] The band released their second EP, Nocturne, on November 19, 2013.[22] The EP included five tracks. Due đồ sộ thành viên Jung Jinwoon's injury, 2AM did not promote the album on music programs.

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Members Seulong, Jo Kwon, and Jinwoon all officially switched their contracts back đồ sộ JYP Entertainment after their contracts with Big Hit Entertainment expired in April, while Changmin stayed with Big Hit due đồ sộ his involvement with Homme.[23] A new album, Let's Talk would be the first under JYP Entertainment, after releasing their previous albums with Big Hit Entertainment. Producer Park Jin Young composed several of the tracks, while the title tuy nhiên "Over The Destiny" was written for the group by Cho Kyumin.[24] Days Like Today was released on October 27, followed by "Over The Destiny" on October 30, năm trước.[25]

2015–2020: Hiatus[edit]

In March năm ngoái, Seulong and Jinwoon decided not đồ sộ renew their contracts with JYP Entertainment and would sign đồ sộ other agencies.[26] While Changmin ended his contract in August năm ngoái, JYP Entertainment assured that the departures did not mean 2AM was breaking up.[27]

On September 22, 2017, Jo Kwon parted ways with JYP Entertainment.[28] Jo stated that, despite his departure from JYP Entertainment, 2AM had not disbanded and that the other members had clauses in their individual contracts which would allow them đồ sộ promote as 2AM in the future.[29]

On November 28, 2017, Seulong enlisted for his mandatory military service.[30][31]

In August 2018, Jo Kwon enlisted đồ sộ fulfil mandatory military service requirement.[32]

On January 17, 2019, it was announced Jinwoon would enlist in March.[33] He will be the final thành viên đồ sộ enlist, due đồ sộ Changmin's service completion in 2008.

2021–present: Return with Ballad 21 F/W[edit]

On May đôi mươi, 2021, CJ ENM subsidiary Culture Depot announced that 2AM will have a reunion, ending their indefinite hiatus.[34] On September 16, the group was phối đồ sộ release a comeback but the release date of their tuy nhiên and album was not still decided.[35][unreliable source?]

On October 7, 2021, the comeback announcement was made by thành viên Lee Chang-min.[36] According đồ sộ JTBC, the group already recorded two title tracks, one written by Bang Si-hyuk and one by Park Jin-young.[37]

2AM's fourth EP Ballad 21 F/W was announced on October 12, via the groups brand-new Twitter tài khoản, phối đồ sộ be released on November 1 by Culture Depot and Stone Music Entertainment. The EP includes five songs, including the title tracks "Should've Known" and "No Good in Good-Bye".[38]

Other contributions[edit]

In April 2010, they participated in the original soundtrack of drama series Personal Taste with a ballad titled "바보처럼 (Like A Fool)",[39] which also became a number one hit.[40]

2AM was chosen đồ sộ represent Asia on Listen Up! The Official 2010 Fifa World Cup Album with the tuy nhiên titled "No. 1". The tuy nhiên was digitally released on May 18, 2010.[41] In October 2010, the group represented Korea and performed at the 7th Asia Song Festival, organised by Korea Foundation for International Culture Exchange, at the Seoul Olympic Stadium.[42] In 2012 they were appointed as ambassadors for the World Conservation Congress.[43]


  • Saint o'Clock (2010)
  • Voice (2013)
  • One Spring Day (2013)
  • Let's Talk (2014)


  • 2AM 1st Tour "Saint' O Clock" (2010-2011)
  • 2AM "Come On Christmas" Concert (2011)
  • 2AM 1st nhật bản Tour "Never Let You Go" (2012)
  • 2AM 1st Asia Tour "The Way Of Love" (2012)
  • 2AM 1st World Tour "Nocturne Symphony Of The Night" (2013)
  • 2AM Concert "22 S/S" (2022)

JYP Nation[edit]

  • 2014 JYP NATION - ONE MIC in Seoul
  • 2012 JYP NATION Concert in Seoul


Awards and nominations[edit]


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  7. ^ "Wonder Girls World Tour 2010 (2nd leg) - Facebook". facebook.com.
  8. ^ "MADE IN WONDER GIRLS". Mnet. Archived from the original on August 7, 2010. Retrieved August 21, 2010.
  9. ^ 2AM 조권 "10년을 기다렸다" 첫 정규앨범 발매. Newsen. October 26, 2010.
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  17. ^ 2AM đồ sộ hold Asia tour 'The Way of Love'. Retrieved January 13, 2013
  18. ^ 2AM訪台開唱 盼有機會離開酒店 . Retrieved January 12, 2013.
  19. ^ 2AM's Lim Seulong Performs in a Wheelchair for nhật bản Archived November 13, 2012, at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved January 13, 2013
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  21. ^ Cho, Suyoun (April 13, 2013). "2AM hosts the hottest show SNL Korea". bntnews.[permanent dead link]
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  24. ^ "2AM To Release First Album Under JYP Entertainment In Late October". KpopStarz. October 17, năm trước.
  25. ^ "2AM Gets Nostalgic in 'Days Like Today' Teaser with Veteran Actor Park Young Ji". mnetamerica. October 22, năm trước. Archived from the original on October 22, 2014. Retrieved October 22, 2014.
  26. ^ Jamias, Michael (March 29, 2015). "2AM Members Seulong, Jinwoon Leave JYP Entertainment, Group Reportedly Has No Plan To Officially Disband". KpopStarz.
  27. ^ "JYP Entertainment confirms Changmin has left but assures 2AM have not disbandedd". Allkpop. August 5, năm ngoái.
  28. ^ "조권, JYP→ 큐브 엔터테인먼트로 '새 둥지' [공식입장 전문]". iMBC 연예 (in Korean). November 3, 2017. Retrieved November 23, 2020.
  29. ^ "[종합] "아홉수 넘고 다시 태어나"...조권, JYP→큐브서 야심찬 새출발". Xports News (in Korean). January 10, 2018. Retrieved November 23, 2020.
  30. ^ Hong Se-young (November 6, 2017). 임슬옹 28일 현역 입대 "행사無...조용히 입소할 것" [공식입장]. Sports Donga (in Korean).
  31. ^ Hong, Dam-young (November 7, 2017). "Lim Seul-ong đồ sộ join military on Nov. 28". Kpop Herald. The Korea Herald. Retrieved November 23, 2020.
  32. ^ "2AM's Jo Kwon đồ sộ enlist in military next month". Kpop Herald. The Korea Herald. July 10, 2018. Retrieved November 23, 2020.
  33. ^ "정진운 측 "군악대 지원, 합격시 3월 입대 예정"(공식입장)". Newsen (in Korean). January 17, 2019. Retrieved November 23, 2020.
  34. ^ You-mee, Hwang (May đôi mươi, 2021). "[Today's K-pop] 2AM đồ sộ reunite after seven years: report". The Korea Herald. Retrieved September 17, 2021.
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  37. ^ Kim, Jin-seok (October 7, 2021). "[단독]2AM, 방시혁 곡 녹음... 박진영 곡과 더블 타이틀 컴백". JTBC (in Korean). Naver. Retrieved October 7, 2021.
  38. ^ Jeong, Ha-eun (October 12, 2021). "2AM, 11월 1일 완전체 컴백 확정...'명품 발라드 그룹'의 귀환[공식]". Sports Seoul (in Korean). Naver. Retrieved October 12, 2021.
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  40. ^ 2AM '바보처럼' 음악 차트 1위 등극, 이효리 10위 ↓. Newsen. May 4, 2010.
  41. ^ 2AM, 월드컵 공식앨범 아시아 대표 'No.1'. Newsis. May 11, 2010.
  42. ^ KOFICE 7th Asia Song Festival Archived June 12, 2011, at the Wayback Machine October 23, 2010. Retrieved October 12, 2011
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  51. ^ "ミュージックビデオサーチ - Never let you go〜死んでも離さない〜" (in Japanese). Space Shower TV. Retrieved October 18, 2014.
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External links[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has truyền thông media related đồ sộ 2AM.

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  • 2AM Korea Official Website(in Korean)
  • 2AM nhật bản Official Website (in Japanese)