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JYP Entertainment (JYP엔터테인먼트) is a South Korean music label and entertainment agency. It was founded in 1997 as Taehong Planning Ltd. (태홍기획) by singer and producer J.Y. Park before changing to its current name in 2001.

It is currently home to idol groups such as 2PM, TWICE, Stray Kids, ITZY, in addition to numerous non-idol groups and solo artists.

Sales and revenues from JYP Entertainment make it one of the most successful agency in Korea, and a part of the Big 3 agencies. JYP Entertainment distributes through various companies in different international locations.

Subsidiaries

  • JYP Publishing
  • JYP Foods
  • JYP Pictures
  • Studio J
  • JYP 360°[1]

Divisions

  • JYP Beijing Center China
    • Fanling Culture
    • Beijing Xin Sheng Entertainment
      • NCC Entertainment
  • JYP Entertainment Japan
  • JYP Entertainment Thailand
  • JYP Entertainment USA
  • JYP Entertainment Hong Kong
  • NPIO Entertainment

Joint ventures

Former

  • JYP Creative

Artists

Groups


Soloists

Actors and actresses

Jointly managed with NPIO Entertainment.[4]

  • Lee Chan Sun
  • Kang Hoon
  • Kim Dong Hee
  • Shin Eun Soo
  • Shin Ye Eun
  • Yoon Park

Trainees

Former artists


Actors and actresses

  • Kim Ha Eun
  • Lee Jung Jin
  • Min Hyo Rin
  • Park Ji Bin
  • Yeon Jung Hoon
  • Choi Woo Shik
  • Jang Hee Ryung
  • Jung Gun Joo
  • Kang Yoon Je
  • Kim Ji Min
  • Kim Jong Mun
  • Kim Ye Won
  • Kim Yu An
  • Lee Gi Hyuk
  • Nam Sung Jun
  • Park Gyu Young
  • Park Joo Hyung
  • Park Si Eun
  • Ryu Won
  • Song Ha Yoon
  • Lee Ji Woo


Trainees


JYP Nation

JYP Nation is the collective name of all the musical artists in the agency, similar to SMTOWN and YG Family.

Discography

Live albums

  • One Mic (2014)

Digital singles

  • "This Christmas" (2010)
  • "Encore" (2016)

References

  1. (KR) OSEN: JYP, IP/플랫폼 비즈니스 자회사 JYP 360° 설립
  2. (KR)News1:SM·JYP, 온라인 콘서트 전문 회사 '비욘드 라이브 코퍼레이션' 설립
  3. JYP Entertainment Buys Shares In SM Entertainment’s “Dear U” Subsidiary
  4. Soompi: JYP Officially Announces Changes To Actor Division; Reveals Which Actors Will Be Staying
  5. Soompi: 15&’s Baek Yerin Announces Departure From JYP + Shares Future Plans
  6. Soompi: JYP Entertainment Confirms Baek A Yeon's Departure From The Agency
  7. Soompi: Stray Kids Announces Woojin's Departure + Delays Upcoming Album Releas
  8. Soompi: JYP Entertainment Announces GOT7’s Departure From Agency
  9. Koreaboo: Netizens Defend JYP After Confessing He Had NO IDEA EXID Hani Was A JYP Trainee
  10. Soompi: Actor And Former JYP Trainee Ahn Hyo Seop Reveals Why He Couldn't Debut As A Member Of GOT7
  11. Koreaboo: Get Ready To Stan: Here's Everything We Know About Starship's New Boy Group
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 12.5 12.6 Channel Korea: Several Female Trainees Have Left JYP Entertainment, What Happened?
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 13.5 Soompi: JYP Regrets Letting Go of IU and CL
  14. Soompi: Kang Seok Hwa Talks About Being A Former JYP And YG Trainee + How X1's Kim Yo Han Convinced Him To Sign With His Agency After "Produce X 101"
  15. Soompi: Kim Chungha Talks About Life After Leaving JYP Entertainment
  16. 16.0 16.1 Koreaboo: JYP Entertainment’s Unbelievable Trainees Just Left The Company
  17. Kpopmap: FANATICS's Sika Reportedly Said To Be An Ex-JYP Trainee
  18. E! Online: Shownu Was a Former Trainee At JYP
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  20. Soompi: JYP Terminates Contract With "Produce X 101" Trainee Yun Seo Bin + Mnet Responds

Official links

Korean
Japanese
Thai


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