BLACKPINK House will follow the four members of BLACKPINK as they move into their new dorm, where they'll be spending 100 days of vacation.
Runtime: 45 minutes
BLACKPINK House - Teddy Park - Netflix
Teddy Park (born Park Hong-jun on September 14, 1978), better known by his stage name TEDDY, is a Korean-American rapper, songwriter, and record producer. Born in Seoul, South Korea, Park moved to the United States with his family as a young child. When he was 17 years old, Park and friend, Danny Im, flew to South Korea during summer vacation to audition for YG Entertainment, an underground hip-hop label at the time. Both were signed immediately, and after finishing high school in the States, moved to Korea to pursue music. In 1998, Park debuted in the hip hop group 1TYM with his friend Danny, Jinhwan, Baekyoung. Together, the group recorded five studio albums with Park as their primary songwriter and producer. Today, 1TYM is recognized as one of the most influential figures in Korean music history. At 22 years old, Park began producing for other artists on the label, most of whom were much older and more experienced than him. After his performing career with 1TYM ended in 2005, Park became an in-house producer for YG Entertainment. He has worked on the entirety of 2NE1's self-titled debut album, the majority of 2NE1's entire discography, substantial amounts of BIGBANG's material, and hits such as SE7EN's “Passion” and Uhm Jung-hwa's “D.I.S.C.O.” As well as all the songs on BLACKPINK's first mini album, SQUARE UP. Park has reportedly made about US$850,000 through his song copyright royalties and has purchased a building in Hongdae, Seoul worth US$9 million. In 2016, he founded the label The Black Label, a subsidiary of K-pop conglomerate YG Entertainment. The label currently houses Zion.T, Korea's second bestselling artist of 2015 after BIGBANG.
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