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Kim Hyung Joon (Kim Joon) T-Max Rapper Profile

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Kim Joon T-Max

Kim Hyung Joon [김형준] or Kim Joon (김준) is a rapper of Korean Boyband T-Max. Maybe Kim Joon is the famous member of the group as his popularity has risen up while he starred as Song Won Bin in Korea hit drama Boys Over Flowers.

Don't be confuse with the name Kim Hyun Joong, the leader of SS501, and Kim Hyung Joon, youngest member of SS501.

Kim Joon T-Max

Kim Joon Career

Prior to the F4 fame, Kim Joon was already known as a member of K-pop group T-Max, who first debuted in 2007. He is the rapper of the group and also writes the raps himself. Their song entitled "Paradise" was featured in the first edition of the Boys Over Flowers' soundtrack. Other songs of T-Max that were featured in the subsequent editions of the Boys Over Flowers' Original Soundtrack were "Say Yes," "Wish You're My Love","Fight The Bad Feeling," and "Bang Bang Boom." Kim Joon also had a single in the soundtrack entitled "To Empty Out" with Kim Jo Han. He also had his solo song "Jun Be O.K.", written by himself, with Kim Hyun Joong doing a cameo appearance in the MV of the said song.

In addition after Kim Joon's stardom, T-MAX took part of many OST for dramas and movies. From April 2009 to December 2010, Kim Joon was a permanent cast of “Invincible Baseball Team”, a KBS 2TV program which aired during Saturday Challenges and was chosen as MVP for several weeks. Thanks to “Invincible Baseball Team” Joon cultivated friendships with some of Korea's top celebrities among them his idol DJ DOC. On June 2009, he took part on the Mnet variety show "Mnet Scandal", a show where a celebrity will go out with a non-celebrity for a week, on the end Joon decided to not keep dating his partner . Aside from guesting on several variety shows, on July 2009, he took on a theatrical role in the musical Youthful March (젊음의 행진).On November 26, 2009 he tested positive for H1N1; although, he made a speedy recovery his agency was forced to cancel a 2D1N trip to the Philippines for a fanmeeting on the 30th.

Kim Joon T-Max

Kim Joon starred in a mobile drama along side Nao Minamisawa titled Pygmalion’s Love, a joint Korea-Japan production broadcasted on Japanese Mobile TV station BeeTV, which reached #1 mobile drama in Japan and was shown on March 2010. On May 2010, T-MAX had their comeback stage with "Don’t Be Rude" which was also quite popular as a song for the World Cup. "Don’t Be Rude" was the first single from their studio album "Born To The Max". "Words That I Can Say" was the song they promoted as a follow up single, with Korean actors Oh Ji Ho, Yoon So Yi & Kim Joon himself starring in the MV of the song.

He is currently staring on the new KBS2's drama “Homicide Division” where he plays detective ‘Shin Dongjin,’ who specializes in cyber investigations, but has trouble dealing with real-life cases because of his fear of corpses.Upon the sight of one, he’ll habitually faint, much to the criticisms of those he works with, but one of his biggest charms is his ability to make others laugh, even in serious situations.

Kim Joon T-Max

Starting March 2011, Kim Joon will be studying to earn his master’s degree on Global Culture Content at the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies. A representative of his agency commented, “Kim Joon has taken an interest in spreading Korean culture after he was able to meet with various international fans and after being named as an honorany ambassador of Global Tourism Etiquette. He wants to study the production of Hallyu culture content and its spread on a deeper level.”

His group, T-Max, is currently preparing for their comeback album and entrance to the Japanese market, set for the first half of 2011.

Kim Joon T-Max

Kim Joon to quit T-Max to act full-time

The title says it all: It’s being reported that Kim Joon is capitalizing on his newfound Boys Before Flowers fame to pursue a full-time acting career.

This means he’ll be dropping out of kpop group T-Max, which probably is a good idea since he’s been stretching himself thin trying to keep up with a busy shooting schedule while also promoting his group. Plus, his absence presents difficulties for the other members.

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I say, good for everyone involved. I was skeptical of Kim Joon’s casting initially, since he’d never acted before, but while his character remains on the sidelines of the story, he comes across as a natural. He has potential and screen presence. Plus, T-Max is still a relatively new group (they debuted with a single album in 2007), so this is as good a time as any for them to part ways.

With Kim Joon’s profile skyrocketing (I’d bet higher than even he’d expected), he (like the rest of the cast) is already fielding offers for a follow-up project. According to his rep, Kim is carefully considering his next step, preferring to pick a role that will take him to the next level as an actor. (For example, he’s an enthusiastic fan of arthouse director Kim Ki-duk (Coast Guard, 3 Iron) and would dearly love to work with him, for free if necessary.)

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Kim Joon new drama Serious Crime Squad

It’s been announced that a charming singer-turn-actor T-Max’s Kim Joon (Boys Over Flowers) will return to play on the small screen by joining the cast of upcoming action-investigation drama tentatively titled ‘Crime Squad’.

In the drama, he will take the role of Shin Dong Jin who is a cowardly cop, specializing in cyber-crime investigation. He’s described as a fearful character who can’t stand looking of corpses. He will habitually faint in the field once he sees it, leading him to receive criticisms from his colleagues.

‘Crime Squad’ starring Kim Seung Woo (IRIS), Song Il Gook (Jumong, A Man Called God), Sun Woo Sun (Will it Snow at Christmas?), and Park Sun Young (Sons of Sol Pharmacy House, Winter Bird), will revolve around detectives with different personalities investigating various crime cases with their own methods.

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Kim Joon Accepted to Graduate School

T-MAX’s Kim Joon was recently accepted to graduate school at the Hankuk Academy of Foreign Studies.

The idol was accepted to the academy without any celebrity royalties. Because he missed so many classes while filming for ‘Boys Before Flowers,’ he transferred to the Cyber Hankuk Academy of Foreign Studies for Japanese. He is now looking forward to his graduation within the next year or so.

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T-MAX’s management company stated, “We feel proud of Kim Joon, as he spread knowledge of the Korean language to his fans through his activities in various foreign countries. He said that he wants to further study the Korean culture and contents in depth.”

Kim Joon will begin studying at the Hankuk Academy of Foreign Sciences in March 2011 in the global culture and contents department. Meanwhile, the idol group that he is a member of, T-MAX, is currently busy with preparations for a new upcoming album.

Kim Joon T-Max

Kim Joon Profile :

Name : Kim Hyung Joon (김형준)
Other Name : Kim Joon (김준)
Birthday: Feb.3,1984
Height: 183 cm
Weight: 64 kg
Star sign: Aquarius
Blood type: O
Hobbies: Online games, basketball, baseball, reading
Nickname: Mr. Bean, luxury brain, Prince song
Family: Father(former model) Mother & Older Sister(script writer)
School: Hangook University for foreigners, chemistry major
Hobby: Playing on-line games, basketball
Specialty: Snowboarding
History: +appearance on M.Net KKot Mi Nam Teuk Gong Dae [꽃미남 특공대] +appearance on MBC [PD수첩] +Co-starring as F4′s Song Woo Bin(송우빈) in 꽃보다 남자(Boys Over Flower), the korean version of Hana Yori Dango.

Kim Joon Photos :

Kim Joon T-Max

Kim Joon T-Max

Kim Joon T-Max

Kim Joon T-Max

Watch T-Max Kim Joon solo - Jun Be O.K (Feat. Kim Hyun Joong) Video here

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