Park Ji-min, whose stage name is shortened to Jimin, was born on October 13, 1995, in South Korea. The South Korean boy band BTS, of which he is a part, debuted in 2013 under the Big Hit Entertainment record company.
Jimin’s solo efforts with BTS, “Lie” (2016), “Serendipity” (2017), and “Filter” (2020), all made it onto the Gaon Digital Chart in South Korea. He debuted as a solo artist in 2018 with the digital single “Promise,” which he co-wrote and co-composed.
He contributed a duet with Ha Sung-Woon titled “With You” to the soundtrack for the 2022 TvN drama Our Blues.
Park Ji-min entered the world on October 13, 1995, in the Geumjeong District of Busan, South Korea. His immediate family consists of his mom, dad, and little bro. He received his early education at Hodong Elementary and Yonsan Middle in Busan.
Before becoming a trainee, Jimin studied contemporary dance at Busan High School of Arts, where he excelled academically. He attended Just Dance Academy during middle school, where he learned popping and locking.
A teacher’s recommendation to audition for a production company resulted in him getting a job with Big Hit Entertainment. After making it through the auditions in 2012, he enrolled at Korean Arts High School, from which he eventually graduated in 2014.
Jimin Weight Gain
All of BTS‘s energy is channeled into their concerts. After that, they frequently experience weight changes as a result of binge eating to restore their power. Recently, the band members were talking about how different things become after their shows conclude.
Jimin admitted that once the concerts were over, he put on weight quickly. Following the concerts, I put on roughly 6.6 pounds of weight in just two days.
According to J-Hope, Jimin gave him the justification he needed to regain his vigour. But not all group members share this trend.
Suga admitted he actually did the polar opposite. BTS was taken aback when he revealed he had lost 1 or 2 kilograms (around 2.2 to 4.4 pounds).
Jimin of BTS Recently Released a Vlog
He discusses his struggles with weight gain and subsequent diet. After Jimin visited a workshop to learn how to make bracelets, Bangtan TV uploaded a 25-minute long film to their YouTube account.
It opened with Jimin in his car, on the way to the shop. He announced, “I’ve always wanted to go to a workshop and make jewelry. I’ve always wanted to do it. You all know that I appreciate jewelry. So I thought I could go and make some simple bracelets for today.”
He said, “I had my wisdom tooth extracted, and ever since then I’ve been eating more and gaining weight, to the point where I’m about 64.7 kg right now. I’m going to make jewelry and go on a diet.”
Jimin created the jewelry in his workshop. Unfortunately, he managed to break the saw blade twice while using it. After receiving the second new blade, Jimin pleaded, “Please last this time,” adding, “I’m really sorry. I just broke the other one and broke it again.
Following the sawing step, Jimin filled the metal and moved on to the next step in making the bracelet. While he was working on the jewelry, Jimin asked the people around him, “Don’t I look like an employee here? Are you here to pick up a project? What if I become your best apprentice?” He then went on to say, “It feels so thrilling. This is enjoyable. So much effort goes into this.”
Jimin released his debut non-BTS single, “Promise,” on BTS’ SoundCloud page for free on December 30th, 2018. After Drake’s “Duppy Freestyle” had the biggest 24-hour premiere on the site, it was reported on January 3 that “Promise” had broken that record.
The song, which Billboard calls a “mellow pop ballad,” was written by Jimin and Big Hit producer Slow Rabbit, who also produced the song. Jimin and their bandmate RM wrote the song’s lyrics. His second solo single, “Christmas Love,” was released on December 24, 2020, and is a ballad about his fondest holiday memories from his youth.
As early as 2022, Jimin contributed to the score for the TvN drama Our Blues, making it the first OST he had ever worked on for television. The duet with Ha Sung-Woon is called “With You,” and the track was released as a single on April 24.