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JB and JR of “Dream High 2” Debut as Boy Band J&J

By Staff Writer | February 03, 2012 03:36 PM EST


JB and Jr. from “Dream High 2” have been revealed to debut as boy band J&J sometime during the second half of 2012 through JYP Entertainment. Both were tied for first place at the 5th JYP Open Auditions in 2009 and became JYP trainees afterwards.

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Since their recent appearance in “Dream High 2” placed them in the media spotlight, it allowed them to officially launch their singing activities.

JB and Jr. real names are Im Jaebeom and Park Jin Young respectively – two of the most influential names in the Korean music industry. Therefore Im Jaebeom decided to use his initials, while Park Jin Young decided to use his nickname ‘Park Jin Young Junior’ minus the Park Jin Young.


Tagged :  JYP Entertainment, Dream High 2

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