H.O.T.

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H.O.T.
OriginSouth Korea
GenresK-pop, dance, R&B
Years active1996-2001
LabelsSM Entertainment
Past members
Kangta
Heejun
Woohyuk
Jaewon
Tony

H.O.T. is a South Korean band that debuted on September 7, 1996 with their album, "We Hate All Kinds of Violence." H.O.T. is famous for being the first major K-pop group and for their song "Candy" which is still famous in K-pop. The group ended in 2001 after Jaewon, Tony, and Woohyuk left SM, resulting in them forming the group, jtL (2001-2003), while Kangta and Heejun continued solo careers.

Discography[change | change source]

Albums[change | change source]

  • We Hate All Kinds of Violence (1996)
  • Wolf & Sheep (1997)
  • Ressurection (1998)
  • I Yah! (1999)
  • Outside Castle (2000)