SHINee Paid Tribute to Jonghyun on the Fifth Anniversary of His Death

SHINee Paid Tribute to Jonghyun: Five years after Jonghyun’s death, SHINee paid tribute to him. SHINee tweeted the following on December 17: “I’ll always adore you,” alongside a picture of Jonghyun performing. Since his passing in December 2017, the SM Entertainment company has maintained a constant memorial message for the SHINee member.

“I adore you, and I miss you so much,” one devoted follower wrote. “Even more so on days like today, Oppa. My heart aches for you,” “Jonghyun. You have my heart. Constantly and without end, “…and a lot more.

SHINee Paid Tribute to Jonghyun
SHINee Paid Tribute to Jonghyun

SHINee

South Korean boy band Shinee was created in 2008 by SM Entertainment. Due to their significant impact on the Korean music scene, the band has been dubbed “Princes of K-pop.” Currently, the group consists of Onew, Key, Minho, and Taemin.

They were formerly a five-piece band, but they lost vocalist Jonghyun in December 2017. In May of 2008, Shinee made their television debut on SBS’s Inkigayo with the single “Replay,” taken from their debut extended play.

The media dubbed the group’s student-led fashion movement the “Shinee Trend,” and they became famous. The group’s debut studio album in Korea, The Shinee World, was released in August 2008 and went on to win Newcomer Album of the Year at the 23rd Golden Disc Awards.

With the release of subsequent singles “Ring Ding Dong” and “Lucifer,” Shinee solidified their position as a musical force in South Korea. The song “Ring Ding Dong” topped the charts in Korea and quickly became a regional sensation.

In 2010, “Lucifer” was nominated for Best Dance Performance at the Mnet Asian Music Awards. Its 2012 album Sherlock sold over 180,000 copies, making it the group’s best-selling album to date and the fifth best-selling album of 2012. The band has also been featured twice on Forbes’ list of Korea’s Power Celebrities (2014 and 2016).

Shinee decided to break into the Japanese market around the middle of 2011 by signing a contract with EMI Records Japan. Sales of the Japanese edition of “Replay” topped 100,000, making it the best-selling debut single by a South Korean act in the history of Oricon’s tracking of Japanese single sales.

The Debut, their first Japanese studio album, was released on December 7, 2011, and was certified Gold by the RIAJ for sales of over 100,000 copies. The group made history in 2011 when they performed at the prestigious Abbey Road Studios in London for the first time by an Asian artist for their Japan Debut Premium Reception.

They dropped another album in Japan two years later titled Boys Meet U (2013), then I’m Your Boy (2014), DDD (2016), and Five (2017). (2017). One of the most popular K-pop groups, Shinee has won the Best Dance Performance Award at the Mnet Asian Music Awards for their choreographed numbers “Sherlock (Clue + Note),” “Dream Girl,” and “View” three years in a row.

While modern R&B is Shinee’s forte, the band is also well-known for its experimental sound, which often features elements of other genres like funk rock, hip hop, and electronic dance music.

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