Shinhwa Broadcast is a South Korean variety show hosted by six-member boy band Shinhwa.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Shinhwa Broadcast - Andy Lee (South Korean singer) - Netflix
Lee Sun-ho (Hangul: 이선호; Hanja: 李先皓; born January 21, 1981), mononymously credited as Andy (Hangul: 앤디), is a South Korean rapper and the youngest in the six-member boy band Shinhwa. Besides rapping for his band, Andy has ventured out into television acting, musicals, and solo singing. Andy is also the producer of duo Jumper and boy bands Teen Top, 100% and UP10TION.
Shinhwa Broadcast - Pre-debut - Netflix
Andy Lee was raised in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles, California, United States and had been a student at John F. Kennedy High School before moving to Seoul. He then completed high school at Korea Kent Foreign School in Seoul. Lee was the second member to join Shinhwa. He originally planned to be a member of H.O.T. (another Korean boy band) with his friend Tony An. However, his parents pulled their support for him joining H.O.T. because they thought he was too young. Nevertheless, he continued to stay with the management of H.O.T. and was even featured as a rapper on female group S.E.S.'s single I'm Your Girl along with Eric Mun (Mun would later join Lee in Shinhwa as lead rapper). When Andy was older, his parents let him join Shinhwa. He would continue with Shinhwa until the group's fourth album when he took some time out to study in the U.S. (he later confessed that it actually was due to his care for seriously sick mother). For the group's fifth album Perfect Man he returned and has been with the group ever since. His real English name was actually Jason, but SM Entertainment persuaded him to change it before his debut.
Shinhwa Broadcast - References - Netflix