Park Kyeong (Block B) (1992)

Park Kyeong (Block B) (1992)

Other Name: 박경 パク·キョン Park Gyeong Park Kyung Park Gyung

Age: 32

Birthday: July, 08, 1992

Nationality: Seoul, South Korea

Height: 171 CM

Zodiac sign: Cancer

Park Kyung is a South Korean rapper and member of the group Block B. Before debuting, he performed in underground clubs with Zico using the stage name "Holke". They both released a digital single in 2009 called "The Letter".

Block B debuted in 2011 with the single album "Do U Wanna B?". At the same time, he released his first solo song "Ordinary Love" making it to #3 of the Gaon Digital Weekly Chart. In 2016, he released "Inferiority Complex" featuring former GFriend and current Viviz member Eunha and the next year he released his first mini-album, "Notebook" while still promoting and touring with Block B.

Park dropped out of Hwanil High School to study abroad in the United States and New Zealand Later passing the High School Proficiency Test, he enrolled in the Department of Theater and Film at Inha University. He is part of Mensa International due to his high IQ and in 2015 he was selected as a fixed cast member of the show "Problematic Men".

In 2019, Park was involved in two controversies after accusing 6 different artists of chart manipulation. He was sued for defamation and fined $4,000 USD in September 2020. That same month, he was accused by an anonymous source of bullying special needs students back in middle school. Although he apologized, it was discovered later that an executive from the agency of one of the artists Park accused of chart manipulation was the one who publicized it.

After delays due to all these issues, he finally began his mandatory military service in October 2020. In April 2022, it was announced that due to health reasons, Park had to switch from an active duty soldier to civil service prolonging his discharge date that month to later in the year.

(Source: Namu Wiki)

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