2PM entered the K-pop scene known as a "beastly” boy band with a hard-hitting music style that combined pop, hip-hop, and R&B, with choreography that showcased acrobatic moves. • The members of 2PM were part of a larger group known as One Day, whose K-pop training days were recorded in a documentary. By the end of the series, One Day was split into the high-energy 2PM and the ballad group 2AM. • 2PM has a unique multinational point of view. Group member Nichkhun was raised by Chinese-Thai parents in the United States and Thailand. Taecyeon also spent time living in America. • In 2013, 2PM showcased their maturity with the Grown album, which delved into sexy R&B. The 2014 single “Go Crazy!” spotlighted their party-boy side. • While “My House” was a sizable hit upon initial release in 2015, the funk-dance track saw a resurgence in 2020, when its music video began surging in popularity, inspiring next-generation K-pop stars like Stray Kids, ATEEZ, and WOODZ to learn and perform its choreography.
- Seoul, South Korea
- September 4, 2008