Jung Joon-young (born February 21, 1989) is a South Korean singer-songwriter, radio DJ, host, actor, and television personality.He first gained recognition in Mnet's reality television talent show, Superstar K4 (2012), where he finished third place.He taught Taekwondo and music to the local children.He was a member of the choir which performed in front of the former president of the Philippines, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.In 2010, Jung dove into the Hongdae, Seoul indie music scene and formed various bands such as "Flower Mist" which busked in Japan and "Switch On" which performed for amateur club theaters.As a struggling musician, he modeled for several online shopping malls.In 2013, he became the youngest member of KBS's variety show 2 Days & 1 Night Season 3.
He took private lessons for regular subjects such as Math, English, violin, and piano.
In 2008, Starkim Entertainment selected Jung Joon-young as a vocalist of LEDApple.
As one of the original members, he went through the training process and even finished recording the debut album with the band, however, right before Led Apple's debut in 2010, Starkim Entertainment discovered that Jung was already under contract with the previous agency which refused to release him and, thus, he was dropped from the idol rock band.
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