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Multifacetedacg Presents: An Album a Day

Multifacetedacg Presents: An Album a Day

By Multifacetedacg
You already binge on K-pop. Now, it's time to know a little about everything with your favorite Korean music historian! Journey through the entire catalog of some of Korean entertainment's most popular artists and become familiar with lesser known acts with this "shortcast." "An Album a Day" is associated with content from The Great Moments. The Great Moments, Korean music commentary and history YouTube channel developed by Multifacetedacg (Ashley Griffin), is a spin-off from her Great Moments in Production & Delivery series.
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Season 3 ends July 27, 2020!
The coed group 8Eight have not been forgotten, so please anticipate the Season closer! Hoping for one more hoorah before Season 4 begins? Join Ashley and other Hallyu podcasts for #KPSNPODCASTFEST on July 18, 2020!
July 15, 2020
8Eight “The Bridge” (2010)
The trio returns on the scene after the first solo release of Lee Hyun to deliver a project that shows emotional maturity but lackluster production.
July 8, 2020
8Eight “The Golden Age” (2009)
The album that houses the title track that left JYP Entertainment’s founder entranced has arrived.
July 6, 2020
8Eight “Infinity” (2008)
The co-ed group swiftly returned for their sophomore LP and try their hand at new production choices.
July 2, 2020
8Eight “The First” (2007)
Hailing from Big Hit Entertainment after a historic win on MBC’s “Show Survival,” co-ed trio 8Eight (Hangul: 에이트) made their debut with a feel-good full length album in 2007.
July 1, 2020
S3 Special Episode 2: History of K-pop Light Sticks
In this Special Episode, Ashley gives an overview of how “glorified flashlights” came to be within the Hallyu Wave.
June 30, 2020
5urprise “From My Heart” (2014)
Known as the first singing actor group of South Korea, Fantiago male actor group 5urprise had a short run in the pop scene. If ever “OST” was a concept in group form, these gentlemen would be it.
June 29, 2020
5tion “Rebirth” + Final Thoughts
The gentlemen delivered their first Korean EP and then continue with a series of non-album singles. How does it all come together for the entire discography? Listen and find out.
June 25, 2020
5tion “Deal In Coal” (2006)
After almost four years away, the boy band returns on a new label with new members and an attempt at bringing together their different musical styles.
June 24, 2020
5tion “Album of the (Y)Ear” (2002)
After a positive debut album almost a year later with their second studio album. With 12 tracks, the group had a large canvas to work with musically. Did it live up to the energy of their debut or did it surpass it?
June 23, 2020
5tion “Incredible/True Image of New” (2001)
5tion (Korean: 오션 [‘ocean’]) is a South Korean boy band who experienced its height of popularity during the early 2000s. At the time of this recording, the group continues most of its activities in Japan.
June 22, 2020
4Ten "Jack of All Trades" (2016) + Final Thoughts
4Ten (포텐, formerly POTEN), currently stylized as 4TEN, is a South Korean girl group formed by Jungle Entertainment in 2014. Despite many years active, they have not had the opportunity to thrive.
May 28, 2020
4Minute: Final Thoughts
In the last episode dedicated to the 4Minute discography, Ashley settles an internal dispute about the true longevity of the group.
May 26, 2020
4Minute “Act. 7” (2016)
Just as things appear to be gaining extra momentum for the group 4Minute, they released their final EP.
May 22, 2020
4Minute “Crazy” (2015)
Continuing on the positive wave from their 2014 EP, “Crazy” released February 2015 to stand toe-to-toe with that well-received predecessor. 4Minute also tried their hand at contributing to the colors of the album from behind the mic.
May 21, 2020
4Minute “4Minute World” (2014)
In their fifth year as a group, 4Minute used their fifth EP as a statement that the K-pop world was theirs.
May 20, 2020
Win a BeyondLIVE Concert Pass and Guest on A3Day!
The anniversary celebration continues with a simple social media contest. Listen for the directions, share your favorite episode information, and good luck!
May 19, 2020
4Minute “Name Is 4Minute” (2013)
Their 2012 EP placed them at the number 1 spot on the Korean charts, solidifying the group as one to watch. They continue gaining momentum with this boisterous EP.
May 18, 2020
Season 3 Ep 7: Special Episode 1 - A3Day's 1st Anniversary
On Saturday, May 9, 2020, the audience of "An Album a Day" joined together for a live Q&A recording in celebration of the podcast's first anniversary. With over 5,000 unique listeners in just a year, Ashley had much to celebrate.
May 11, 2020
Doctor’s Orders?!
Well this wasn’t anticipated...
May 5, 2020
4Minute “Volume Up” (2012)
With almost three years under their belts on the K-pop scene, the ladies of 4Minute return with new colors and a more mature appearance. Does this shift also reflect in the album’s sound?
May 4, 2020
4Minute “4Minutes Left” (2011)
Released April 5, 2011, the ladies dropped their first studio album. The project combined the efforts of a maxi-single and songs from their debut Japanese album, creating an eclectic second overall album in their discography.
May 1, 2020
4Minute "Hit Your Heart" (2010)
After nine months, 4Minute returned with their second EP in May 2010. Did they experience a Sophomore Slump?
April 30, 2020
4Minute "For Muzik" (2009)
South Korean girl group 4Minute was active from June 2009 until June 2016 under Cube Entertainment. The five-member lineup includes Son Jihyun, Heo Gayoon, Jeon Jiyoon, Kim HyunA, and Kwon Sohyun. Known for their edgy style, the dance-pop energy attracted the support of many female fans. In this episode, their debut EP is reviewed.
April 29, 2020
2019 Rookie Roundup Number 8 - There's More!
GH Entertainment girl group 3YE (Korean: 써드아이) debuted May 21, 2019, and consists of members Yuji, Yurim, and Haeun. With all the hoopla at the start of the year for 2019 rookies, how did this group fly completely under the radar? 
April 28, 2020
Season 3 Ep 1: Special Episode 0 - SuperM BeyondLIVE
Capitol and SM Entertainment boy band SuperM makes their fourth appearance on the show with today's special episode. After hosting a historic live stream concert, Ashley reflects on whether it was a step in the right direction for entertainment during the COVID-19 pandemic, choreography woes, and more. Read her real-time reactions at 
April 27, 2020
#a3day Season 3 Begins April 27, 2020!
Ashley announces the return of Season 3 of An Album a Day and shares news of what to anticipate.
April 22, 2020
Season 2 Special Episode 1: GMPD Jay Park
In this Season Finale the concept in which An Album a Day was built from, Great Moments in Production & Delivery, takes us through a brief look into the career of Korean American multi-hyphenate Jay Park. Season 3 of the show will begin April 27, 2020!
March 20, 2020
4Men “Studying Abroad” (2015), “Remember Me” (2017) + Final Thoughts
The long-traveled path of this discography concludes in this episode.
March 16, 2020
4Men “1998” (2014)
The departure of member Kim Young-jae lends space to the remaining two members to explore a more soulful sound on this studio album.
March 12, 2020
Season 2 Special Episode 0: #NCT127RodeoHouston2020
On Tuesday, March 10, 2020 S. Korean boy band NCT127 Made history as the first South Korean act to perform at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. In this episode, Ashley gives a recap of her experience as well as a nod at a well-crafted article on the visible changes within the Korean pop music scene.
March 11, 2020
4Men “Thank You” (2013)
Reaching back into their “old school” R&B bag, the gentlemen return with an on-brand EP.
March 10, 2020
4Men “The True Story (실화)” (2013)
The gentlemen of 4Men began 2013 with an EP that centers their vocal strengths via piano accompaniment. As beautiful as it is, the rarely-changing delivery of the group’s style begins to weigh on Ashley.
March 9, 2020
Season 2 Break Ends March 9th!
Continuing where we’ve left off is on the table and moving forward is the priority. Let the fun continue soon!
March 6, 2020
Developments from An Album a Day!
The random hiatus continues but for good reason. Here, Ashley explains upcoming online events and a possible expansion for A3Day.
February 25, 2020
4Men “The Artist” (2011)
The gentlemen returned with a new entertainment company and eclectic composition, to showcase their take on R&B with this studio album.
February 19, 2020
4Men “Sorry” (2010)
After the release of their Special Album, The newly-outfitted trio released their second EP just nine months after their return project from full disbandment.
February 18, 2020
Season 2 Special Episode 0: Monsta X "All About Luv" (2020)
On February 14, 2020 -- Valentine's Day -- Monsta X released the first all-English studio album by a male Korean idol group, "All About Luv." In this special episode, Ashley shares her thoughts about the project and gives the group its first album ranking on the show -- this comes several months (and possibly years) before their full discography is reviewed.
February 17, 2020
4Men “First Kiss” Revisited
We revisit the previous episode’s album and look at how it’s a standout performance for the original group lineup.
February 3, 2020
4Men “First Kiss” (2008) + “The 3rd Generation” (2010)
Korean ballad and R&B group 4Men marked its 10th year in the industry with a song fit for any wedding. Shortly thereafter, a new era began.
January 30, 2020
4Men “Andante” (2006)
After the departure of original member Yoon Min-soo, the gentlemen of 4Men promoted as a trio until 2006, when member J1 joined the lineup. The charisma of 4Men ran confidently into the mid 2000s with the release of “Andante.”
January 29, 2020
4Men “If I Gather For a Thousand Day’s... “ (2000)
Pulling from the influences of American boy bands Backstreet Boys, N*Sync and more, 4Men slightly veered from the direction of their debut. The change is youthful and a true reflection of its time.
January 28, 2020
4Men "Four Men First Album" (1998)
Long-running R&B male group 4Men might not have been on your radar before today's episode, but they will be now. Journey down musical memory lane as Ashley tries to remember comparative American music references for this group. 
January 27, 2020
4L "Move" (2014)
4L (Hangul: 포엘, short for “Four Ladies”) was a South Korean girl group that debuted in 2014. Their single "Move” tantalized the music scene with provocative choreography and subject matter. The group disbanded in 2016.
January 16, 2020
2019 Rookie Roundup Number 7 THE FINAL
From the sounds of idol group's past, to the similar vocals of currently enlisted seniors, today's rookies bring energy to the stage that callback to a few senior groups. What about the rookie group that disbanded before their light could truly shine, X1? And who makes the top five list to listen to?
January 14, 2020
2019 Rookie Roundup Number 6
In this episode, we learn exclusively about South Korean boy groups. Featured in this episode are Teen Teen, Treasure, Tomorrow x Together (TXT), and SuperM.
January 13, 2020
2019 Rookie Roundup Number 5
In this episode, we take a look at live band Onewe, OnlyOneOf, Purplebeck, and Rocket Punch.
January 10, 2020
2019 Rookie Roundup Number 4
For today's episode, we explore ITZY, JUS2, Newkidd, and observe the one-year anniversary of ONEUS.
January 9, 2020
2019 Rookie Roundup Number 3
In this episode, we continue to explore details and brief opinions about South Korean K-pop rookie groups D1ce, Everglow, Fanatics. EXO subunit EXO-CS also appears on Rookie Roundup, as the subunit made its debut during 2019.
January 8, 2020
2019 Rookie Roundup Number 2
In this episode, we continue to explore details and brief opinions about South Korean K-pop rookie groups BDC, Bvndit, Cherry Bullet, and CIX.
January 7, 2020
2019 Rookie Roundup Number 1
New year, new season, and many new artists to listen to. In this episode, Ashley shares some details and brief opinions about South Korean K-pop rookie groups 1Team, 1The9, AB6IX, and Ariaz.
January 6, 2020
#A3Day Season 1 Wrap
With over 50 episodes of “An Album a Day” currently available, host Ashley Griffin (Multifacetedacg) draws the conclusion that a new approach to the show will be necessary for its survival. The second season of #a3day will begin on Monday, January 6, 2020 at 8:00 a.m. CST.
December 18, 2019
3RACHA “Horizon (2017)” + Final Thoughts
For the members of 3RACHA there could not have been a better way to celebrate their Stray Kids debut than with an ambitious mixtape. Of the three released in 2017, experimentation within the “Horizon” tracks is most pronounced.
December 13, 2019
3RACHA “3 Days (2017)”
The Stray Kids subunit moves forward with a full-bodied mixtape to excite audiences.
December 12, 2019
3RACHA "J:/2017/mixtape (2017)"
JYP Entertainment songwriting and production trio 3RACHA consist of members CB97 (born Bang Chan; Korean: 방찬), SPEARB (born Seo Chang-bin; Korean: 서창빈), and J.ONE (born Han Ji-sung; Korean: 한지성). Through their mixtape efforts throughout 2017, they not only brought acclaim to themselves as emerging creatives within the music industry but also as songwriting and production force within their larger group, STRAY KIDS. 3RACHA is the first group or sub-unit featured on the podcast with only mixtapes compiling their discography.
December 11, 2019
24K “Bonnie n Clyde” (2018) + Final Thoughts
After the release of their 2016 album — the most successful of 24K’s discography — the boy band concluded a tour, experienced member changes again, began mandatory military service. Most shockingly, they also made a political blacklist. Find out why and more in the group’s final episode.
December 10, 2019
24K “The Real One” (2016)
After the success of their 2015 release, the South Korean boy band explored Europe on a tour and incorporated the country’s musical influences into a new project. The departure and introduction of new members comes into play.
December 9, 2019
Special Episode 06: CL's Return
South Korean entertainer Lee Chaerin (CL) -- also known as Multifacetedacg's ultimate female bias in the K-pop scene -- made her long-awaited return on December 4, 2019 with two singles to entice listeners. With simply crafted accompanying music videos, CL dives into the facets of love with renewed energy. NOTE: Title of episode is correct Special Episode number but likely incorrect within the show.
December 5, 2019
24K "Super Fly" (2015)
After a two year hiatus, 24K create an EP with a catchy title track and new energy. Is it consistent or a risky attempt at a new genre?
December 4, 2019
24K "U R So Cute" (2013)
The lineup is established and the gentlemen had technically concluded their rookie year. Taking things into new territory, 24K tried their hand at the infamous "cute concept." Was it a success?
December 3, 2019
24K “Hurry Up” (2012)
After the addition of two members, 24K makes its official debut with a lively EP. The album performed well on Korean charts despite physical sells.
December 2, 2019
4K "Rocking Girl" (2012)
South Korean boy band 4K, the acoustic pop sub-unit of 24K, is a part of Choeun Entertainment. The sub-unit consisting of vocalists Cory (Korean: 코리 [former member]), Seokjune (Korean: 석준 [former member]), Kisu (Korean: 기수 [former member]), and Sungoh (Korean: 성오), released their debut EP Rocking Girl in June 2012. 
November 29, 2019
2000Won "The 1st Mini Album" (2014)
Participating in K-pop Star 2 brought friends Kim Hyo-Bin and Kim Il-Do together as a formal group called 2000Won (Korean: 이천원). Signed to Reve Entertainment (South Korea) since their debut in 2013, they formally came onto the scene with the support of established soloist Ailee the following year. Could this impressive duo be working on an upcoming project or was 2018's single the last we will hear from them?
November 21, 2019
Special Episode 05: #ThankYouPatrons Day 2019
“An Album a Day” has surpassed listener goals not estimated to be reached until at least a year into production. This achievement is thanks in part to your support of Ashley’s content. In celebration of Patreon’s Patron Day, she takes a moment to thank last, present, and future fans of #a3day.
November 19, 2019
2EYES (2013 - 2018)
Debuting in 2013 under SidusHQ, South Korean girl group 2EYES (Korean: 투아이즈) was designed to be the equivalent of their highly successful predecessors g.o.d. The short-lived girl group failed to produce a full album during their time together but set out to defy the usual girl group standards.
November 18, 2019
1Punch "The Anthem" (2015)
South Korean hip-hop duo 1Punch (Korean: 원펀치) was formed by Brave Entertainment and debuted on January 23, 2015. Their lead single, "Turn Me Back" (돌려놔) came from their only album The Anthem. After their disbandment, One signed with YG Entertainment (eventually parting from the company after one project) and Punch, now entertaining under his name Samuel, gained notoriety in his own right. Both members debuted as solo artists in 2017.
November 15, 2019
14U “VVV” (2017)
Organized by BG Entertainment, 14-member South Korean boy band 14U (Korean: 원포유) had more buzz around their disbandment controversy than their actual music. Could they have gone the distance based off the performance of such a small body of work?
November 14, 2019
Special Episode 04: SuperM in Dallas
K-pop supergroup SuperM kicked off their first North American tour in Fort Worth, Texas on Monday, November 11, 2019 with positive results. Here, Ashley and her friends share their concert recap.
November 12, 2019
100% “Re:tro” (2019) + Final Thoughts
As we conclude the 100% experience with their latest album, Ashley comes to the realization that all idol groups cannot be created equal. The path towards career success has many footsteps of a different size, indeed.
November 11, 2019
100% “Sunshine” (2018)
Released a few months after the untimely passing of their former leader, 100% made a cohesive return to the K-pop charts after a long hiatus.
November 8, 2019
100% “Sketchbook” (2017)
Following the groups Japanese debut in January 2017, they released their fourth mini album on February 22 with the title track “Sketch U.” The EP is the first to challenge the group’s initial impressions on #a3day for certain.
November 7, 2019
100% “TIME LEAP” (2016)
With the departure of one group member just weeks before the release of this EP, things sound as if the focus was more on Japan and not on advancing their Korean audience.
November 6, 2019
100% “BANG The BUSH” (2014)
With a tongue-in-cheek EP album name such as this, Ashley hopes it’s the bang that can set 100% apart from other boy bands during this era in 2014,
November 5, 2019
100% “We, 100%” (2012) and “Real 100%” (2013)
South Korean boy band 100% (Korean: 백퍼센트) is a K-pop group currently comprised of four members: Rockhyun, Joghean, Chanyong, and Hyukjin. The group was originally a seven-member set but has experienced changes since its debuted in 2012 on TOP Media. TOP Media is a label formed by Shinhwa member Andy Lee.
November 4, 2019
2NE1 Final Thoughts
Unscripted and authentic, Ashley shares her final thoughts on the collective discography of 2NE1. exclusive listeners can hear snippets of select songs from the publicly available Spotify playlist, “#A3Day Highlights” while listening to this episode.
October 31, 2019
2NE1 "Crush" (2014)
The final project of the foursome formerly known as 2NE1 was historic, period. *Clears throat* Period.
October 25, 2019
2NE1 “2NE1” (2011)
More than the music led to this album being voted the best album of 2011 at the 3rd MelOn Music Awards... there was “strategery.”
October 21, 2019
2NE1 “To Anyone”
After a positive debut, 2NE1 returned just over a year later with their first studio album. The album provided an opportunity for the members to show their unique colors with solos and duets.
October 18, 2019
2NE1 “2NE1: The 1st Mini Album”
Get your “awws” and “uwu” feelings in order because Ashley’s beloved girl group debuts on the show. The biography presented here is directly referenced from Wikipedia: “2NE1 was a South Korean girl group composed of Bom, CL, Dara, and Minzy, formed by YG Entertainment in 2009. After appearing alongside boy band Big Bang in the song "Lollipop", a promotional single for LG Electronics, the group rose to fame with the release of their two eponymous extended plays, 2NE1 (2009) and 2NE1 (2011), and two studio albums, To Anyone (2010) and Crush (2014). All peaked at the number one position on the Gaon Album Chart.”
October 17, 2019
2NB: Final Thoughts
A short group discography is swiftly addressed in an honest recap of both “2comfortable” and “Old Memory.” Will the duo place highly or somewhere in the middle for their overall ranking?
October 16, 2019
2NB "Noonsiul (눈시울)" (2008)
In this episode, we become familiar with OST mainstays 2NB. 2NB (Korean: 투앤비) is a South Korean R&B duo formed by Friday Entertainment in 2006. The duo consisted of Heo Solji and Kim Song-yi. They released their debut single "The First Fragrance" on March 31, 2006. The group disbanded in 2012. Shortly afterward, Heo Solji became the main singer of the girl group EXID, which debuted that same year. Also, Kim Song-yi became the lead singer of the girl group Blady, which was in 2015. In 2016, 2NB came back with two new members Son Yoo-na and Kim Hyo-jin. [Source:]
October 11, 2019
Special Episode Part 2: The Facts & Fan Explanations of NCT
Ashley shares the history of SM Entertainment boy band NCT between the years of 2008 and 2018. NCT will receive its discography reviews later in the podcast schedules.
October 8, 2019
Special Episode Part 1: SMTOWN Museum
Ashley is joined by Cy, co-host of The Daily Plug podcast, on a field trip to the SMTOWN MUSEUM for podcast research (and fangirling) purposes. SMTOWN MUSEUM is a vast collection of K-pop memorabilia and historical artifacts of SM Entertainment’s 30+ years in the music industry. The museum is located within the COEX in Gangnam, South Korea.
October 7, 2019
2PM: Final Thoughts
As the first stand-alone discography recap for the podcast, Ashley maximizes on the opportunity to ramble about K-pop, production choices, and Korean-to-English translations. She also shares her overall discography rankings and theories about the 2PM’s future at JYP Entertainment. NOTICE: listeners will be able to hear snippets or full portions of select songs. Visit in your App Store if you’d like to experience the music. Or, visit the public Spotify playlist, #A3Day Highlights, and listen at your own leisure.
October 4, 2019
Special Episode 0: SuperM “Jopping” Debut
Formed in 2019 under the combined efforts of South Korea’s SM Entertainment and the United States’ Capitol Music Group, SuperM is a K-pop supergroup is seven members. The boy band is comprised of members from SM Entertainment groups SHINee, EXO, NCT, and WayV. The “K-pop Avengers” lineup are: Byun Baekhyun (EXO), Lee Taemin (SHINee), Kim Jongin (EXO), Lee Taeyong (NCT), Ten (NCT, WayV), Lucas (NCT, WayV), and Mark Lee (NCT).
October 4, 2019
2PM “Gentlemen’s Game”
The sixth Korean album (eleventh overall) by 2PM is a solid send off prior to the start of their military service. From eclectic electronic vibes, to smooth R&B that’s sure to get you moving, the industry seniors proved that they know exactly what it takes to mature with the body of work and to sustain a K-pop career for this long.
October 3, 2019
2PM “No.5”
“If ‘Grown’ was grown, then this album is GROWN-grown ‘grown!’” Ashley battles with the #a3day ranking for 2PM’s fifth Korean studio album. Will she round things out or avoid a ranking altogether?
October 2, 2019
2PM “Go Crazy!”
As we inch further towards the end of 2PM’s Korean discography, Ashley comes to the realization that she enjoys this album but also can’t remember which song led to her prolonged amnesia. Seriously.
October 1, 2019
2PM “Still 02:00PM” and “Grown”
We squeeze in two album reviews into one with a bit of vagueness to motivate you to listen. Could these albums really be worth the ranking that Ashley’s given them?
September 26, 2019
2PM “Hands Up”
The gentlemen have shown that they came to dominate the scene with their beastly ways. How’d the fair on their second studio album? Also, dogs. Loud dogs.
September 24, 2019
2PM "1:59PM"
Nostalgia gets a hold on Ashley as she weaves in and out of fangirling and quality commentary on 2PM.  2PM (Korean: 투피엠) is a South Korean boy group that currently consists of members Jun. K, Nichkhun, Taecyeon, Wooyoung, Junho and Chansung. Originally part of the eleven-member boy band One Day, this subgroup brought energy and "jimseung-dol" (jimseung means an "animal" or "beast" in Korean) like no other onto the scene. In fact, the demand for what they brought to the table during their 2008 - 2009 debut is reflected in the 110,000+ copies of this album sold in Korea.
September 17, 2019
2AM "Let's Talk" and Final Thoughts
Although their lowest selling album overall, "Let's Talk" (2014) was a standout. How did the gentlemen of 2AM rank both with this JYP Entertainment project and overall?
September 16, 2019
2AM "Nocturne"
As the group's project under Big Hit Entertainment, 2AM departs with their shortest EP yet.
June 4, 2019
2AM “F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Way of Love”
At just over 21 minutes in length, this extended play lives up to the name of the popular Jazz Age author it’s named after.
June 1, 2019
2AM "Can't Let You Go Even If I Die" + "I Was Wrong"
A debut EP that was reissued into a full-length album set a tone that 2AM rose above tremendously by the time they released their first full studio album. Could this One Day-themed introduction win you over as a fan today?
May 30, 2019
2AM "One Spring Day"
Back-to-back high rankings is a first for An Album A Day but 2AM successfully pulls it off with their sophomore effort.
May 29, 2019
2AM "Saint o'Clock"
Get your ears ready for the musical styling (and Ashley's happy squeals) of 2AM.  2AM (Korean: 투에이엠) is a South Korean boy group that consisted of members Jo Kwon, Lee Changmin, Lim Seulong and Jeong Jinwoon. Originally part of the eleven-member boy band One Day, this subgroup focused on well-executed ballads with pop flair.
May 29, 2019
15& "Sugar"
 15& (Korean: 피프틴앤드, also known as Fifteen And) is a South Korean female duo formed by JYP Entertainment in 2012, consisting of Park Jimin and Baek Yerin. The ladies came onto the scene with a solid 10-track album that ranks highly on the A3Day recommendations scale. 
May 27, 2019
1TYM "One Way" and Final Thoughts
1TYM closed the chapter on their time together in late 2005, leaving fans with a solid final album. Was it really the end? And what about the overall discography?
May 15, 2019
1TYM "Once N 4 All"
Did the guys recover from the choices made with their last album? Which member stepped up to save the day? 
May 14, 2019
1TYM "Third Time Fo Yo' Mind"
The gentlemen make a swift turnaround from their 2000 album and stop at an unexpected spot. The first generation group's lowest-ranked Korean music charts album is discussed.
May 13, 2019
1TYM "2nd Round"
The sophomore album from 1TYM showed growth that took almost two years to release. What differentiates this from the debut album?
May 10, 2019
1TYM "One Time For Your Mind"
On the premiere episode, we're taking you all the way back to the early days of YG Entertainment with hip-hop group 1TYM (Korean: 원타임). Their debut album, "One Time For Your Mind" was released November 17, 1998 and is one of their most popular releases. 
April 14, 2019