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Transcript of SHINee
Birthday : December 14 , 1989
Likes : CHICKEN !
Siblings : None
A condition which a member of SHINee has. Named after the leader of SHINee, Lee Onew (Lee JinKi), the condition is quite contagious. If you are crashing into random things, tripping over your own feet, craving for chicken, or making lame jokes that make the atmosphere awkward, you might just have this condition. There is no cure for this condition, but it might warm your heart that you aren’t the only person who is suffering from this condition.
This condition was first named when fans of SHINee, known as Shawols, noticed that Onew kept making cute mistakes. At first they thought that it was very cute of Onew, but as time passed, they began to suspect that Onew was doing this for fanservice, and began to worry that he would hurt himself. His fellow members, Key and Jonghyun, have confirmed that this condition is real, and that Onew is not acting.
Onew Condition is really cute to see. Jonghyun Real name: Kim Jonghyun
Birthday: April 8
In October 2010, Jonghyun was one of 20 idols from various South Korean groups that recorded the song, "Let's Go," for the purpose of increasing public participation in the 2010 G-20 Seoul summit. He provided vocals along with labelmates Sungmin, Seohyun and Luna.
He was also cast in the KBS show Immortal song with fellow labelmate Yesung.
In June 2011, Jonghyun have also recorded a song titled "So Goodbye" for drama series City Hunter. The song for ‘City Hunter OST Part 2' was released on June 3rd.
He dated Shin SeKyung, but they broke up in June 2011 because of their busy schedules. Key Real Name: Kim Kibum
Birthday: September 23
Likes: Singing and Rapping
Key featured in label-mate Xiah's solo performance of "Xiahtic" in TVXQ's concert, 2009: The 3rd Asia Tour Mirotic, in Seoul.m In 2010 Key was featured in the song " (Healing)" on TRAX's mini album "Trax Mini Album Volume 1".Later, it was also announced that Key would have a small part in Girls' Generation's song "Hwaseongin Virus (Boys & Girls)" (Korean: " (Boys & Girls)") on their second studio album Oh! '
Key has also appeared on television shows such as Idol Maknae Rebellion as a guest star alongside his SHINee group mates Taemin, Jonghyun and Onew in several episodes. Together with other idol group members: Dongho from U-KISS, Shorry J from Mighty Mouth, Jinwoon from 2AM, Yunhwa from T-Max, Seunghyun from F.T. Island and in the later part, Mir from MBLAQ. Key was part of the cast of the show Raising Idol, also known as Keydol by his fans.
Key also participated as a DJ alongside labelmate Super Junior member Leeteuk to fill the other members in errand for the group's radio program Super Junior Kiss the Radio (SuKiRa).
Key featured in Girls' Generation's first live album The 1st Asia Tour: Into The New World Album in the song "Barbie Girl" with Girls' Generation's Jessica Jung Minho Real Name: Choi Minho
Birthday: December 9
Siblings: Younger Brother
Before debuting with Shinee, Minho modelled for Ha Sang Baek's Seoul Collection F/W 08-09 in March. In 2008 he was the 3rd Youth International Video Festival "the aura" Goodwill Ambassador with Shinee co-member, Key. In 2009, Minho appeared in Girls' Generation's music video for their song, "Gee" in both its Korean and Japanese versions. Also, he was featured in VNT's debut music video, "Sound." Minho has been appointed as the ambassador of Konkuk University and on May 23, 2011, he was named Honorary ambassador for Youth 2011. He then received a name plate at the Youth Week celebration held in the COEX auditorium.
Minho was a permanent cast member in KBS's Dream Team Season 2.He was often dubbed as the "ace" of the show, having won the challenges at numerous occasions. He currently hosts MBC's Music Core, alongside fellow Shinee member Onew. Minho was also a permanent cast member in the KBS program Oh! My School, also known as 100 points out of 100 , and he was featured in Girls' Generation's first live album The 1st Asia Tour: Into The New World Album in the song "1, 2, Step" with Girls' Generation's Kwon Yuri.
On 23 May 2010, Minho was appointed an Honorary Ambassador for Youth 2011 and received a name plate at the Youth Week celebration held in the COEX auditorium.
Minho debuted as an actor on November 20, 2010, in the one-episode KBS Drama Special entitled Pianist. His co-star was actress Han Ji-hye. Taemin Real Name: Lee Taemin
Birthday: July 18
After training for three years at his label company SM Entertainment, Taemin became a member of a contemporary R&B and pop quintet boy band, Shinee.The group debuted on May 25, 2008 on SBS's Inkigayo with their promotional single, "Noona Neomu Yeppeo (Replay)" (" (Replay)", lit. "Older sister, you're so pretty (Replay)". Since then, they have released two albums and three mini albums in South Korea that were commercial successes. Since their debut, Shinee has won numerous awards. The group has starred in various shows as guests as well as in their own reality shows like Mnet's Shinee's YunHaNam and KBS's Hello Baby. Shinee has also endorsed and promoted numerous commercial products like Smart, Korean cosmetic company Nana's B, and Reebok. The group has also recorded songs for OSTs of various films and dramas. Taemin and his band mates also participated in tours of SM Town - including the sold out SMTOWN in Paris (June 2011) - as well as in their own concert, Shinee World, held in Tokyo (2010) and Seoul (2011). Shinee signed a contract with EMI Music Japan for their Japanese debut in 2011.
Taemin debuted as an actor as Lee Junsu in the sitcom Taehee-Hyegyo-Jihyun! (Korean: "!").