Pyo Ji-hoon (born February 2, 1993), better known by his stage name P.O, is a South Korean rapper, singer and actor. He is the youngest member of the boy group Block B and its sub-unit Bastarz.[1]

P.O
표지훈
Block B at KCON 2015 in Los Angeles - 9.jpg
P.O in 2021
Born
Pyo Ji-hoon

(1993-02-02) February 2, 1993 (age 29)
Seoul, South Korea
Other namesP.O
Occupation
  • Rapper
  • singer
  • actor
Agent
  • Artist Company
Musical career
GenresHip hop
Instrument(s)Vocals
Years active2011–present
LabelsSeven Seasons
Korean name
Hangul
표지훈
Hanja
表志勳
Revised RomanizationPyo Ji-hun
McCune–ReischauerP'yo Chihun
Stage name
Hangul
피오
Revised RomanizationPio
McCune–ReischauerP'io

Early life and educationEdit

P.O was born Pyo Ji-hoon on February 2, 1993, in Seoul, South Korea. He attended Hanlim Multi Art School, graduating in 2012.[2]

CareerEdit

Pre-debutEdit

P.O got acting lessons in elementary school and entered Hanlim Multi Art School to chase after his original dream of becoming an actor. He then fell in love with Hip hop together with his bestfriend Mino. He decided to rejoin Stardom Entertainment, after they kicked him out previously before he lost weight and ignored offers from other Agencies, to debut with Block B.

2011–2012: Debut and hospitalizationEdit

P.O debuted with Block B in April 2011. In February 2012, the band received heavy criticism for their disrespectful behavior during an interview in Thailand, particularly jokes regarding about the previous year's flooding disaster.[3] P.O reportedly fainted and was hospitalized for shock on February 24, after learning of a petition calling for the members to apologize by committing suicide.

To show his gratitude to BBC (Block B Club), Block B's official fanbase, P.O released a song written especially for them. "Dear My Wife" was released into his cyworld on September 25, featuring (previously part of BoM's) Winner's Mino.[4]

Along with fellow Block B member, Zico, they both were chosen as MCs for SBS MTV's The Show.[5] During a November 2012 episode of Weekly Idol, P.O stated that he came from a wealthy family background, explaining that his father runs a duty-free store.[6]

2013–2014: Bigboi is Ready 2 Showtime and collaborationsEdit

On March 9, P.O released the first song "Amino Acid" from his Mixtape Bigboi is Ready 2 Showtime, featuring Winner's Mino.[7] He continued releasing songs each day until March 21.[8] Rookie girl group Delight featured P.O in their song "Mega-Yak".[9] In September 2013, P.O starred in Kye Bum-zu's "Something Special" music video alongside Hello Venus's Yoon-jo.

In 2014, P.O was featured in the digital single "It's not a Big Deal" by V.O.S's Kim Kyung Rok, released January 6.[10] P.O also co-wrote the lyrics for the title track of the SBS drama Secret Door, which was performed by Block B and released September 22.[11]

2015: BastarzEdit

On April 5, it was announced that P.O would participate in Block B's first sub-unit, Bastarz, along with members U-Kwon and B-Bomb.[12][13] The sub-unit's album was released April 13, along with a video for the title track, "Zero for Conduct,"[14] and it debuted at No. 3 on the Gaon album chart.[15]

P.O was significantly involved with the creation of the Bastarz album, receiving a lyrics credit for "Zero for Conduct," sole lyrics credit and a composition credit for "Charlie Chaplin," a lyrics credit for "Thief," and a lyrics and composition credit for "Sue Me," which he performed along with the rapper Incredivle.[16]

On May 23, P.O appeared with fellow Block B member Taeil on the KBS show Immortal Songs 2, where they performed a remake of the song "I Don't Know Why" by Kim Soo-chul.[17] P.O featured in Kye Bum Zu's "Give It 2 U," which was released in late July.[18]

Bastarz released a Japanese version of "Conduct Zero" in October; the CD single containing the song reached No. 20 on the Oricon weekly chart.[19]

2016: Theatrical debut and Bastarz comebackEdit

In February, P.O appeared in the theatrical play Superman.com, which he also helped write and produce as part of a new theatrical troupe, Company Boy (극단 소년).[20][21]

In October, Block B announced that the Bastarz sub-unit would be having a comeback featuring a lead single composed by P.O, which was released October 24.[22] The sub-unit's second mini-album, Welcome to BASTARZ, was released October 31; P.O received lyrics credits for all five songs on the album, and composition credits for three.[23]

Also in October, the OnStyle network announced that P.O and fellow Block B member U-Kwon would be on the new show Lipstick Prince.[24] The first season aired from December 1, 2016, to February 16, 2017.[25][26]

2017: Variety and Drama Shows, Solo DebutEdit

P.O was cast in Living Together in Empty Room, a special variety show broadcast on MBC for the Korean New Year in three episodes from January 26 to 27, 2017. In the course of the show, two women, trot singer Hong Jin-young and comedian Kim Shin-young, moved into P.O's house.[27] The show ranked No. 1 among New Year's specials.[28] In March it was reported that the show would be picked up and aired as a series, and that P.O would be among the cast members.[29]

In addition, P.O was cast as an MC for the cooking variety show Strange Restaurant, which premiered on the O'live television channel March 13. P.O hosted the show, in which guests attempted to cook dishes they have ordered, along with Kim Jong-min, Kim Yong-man, and Seo Jang-hoon.[30]

P.O also appeared in the second season of Lipstick Prince, which premiered March 30.[31]

On April 5, it was announced that P.O had been cast in the upcoming drama "Our First Romance," starring Lee Jong-hyun and Lee Yu-bi, and written by Go Sun Hee, who also wrote the tvN drama Cheese in the Trap.[32] Later that month, it was reported that P.O had been cast on a pilot MBC variety show called Secret Variety Institute.[33]

In May, it was announced that P.O would be an MC for the SBS MTV music program The Show, along with Jeonghwa of EXID and Yeonwoo of Momoland.[34] P.O appeared in a second play by the Company Boy troupe, Manitoz, which ran from June 17 to 25.[35] Also in June, he and fellow group member U-Kwon received the Maxim K-Model Icon Idol Award.[36] In July, it was reported that P.O had been cast in the SBS drama Temperature of Love, which began airing in September.[37] The show's debut episode had the highest ratings in its time slot.[38]

P.O took part in the Japanese special project album, Block B: Project-1, released September 20, performing the song "Winner" along with fellow Block B member U-Kwon and Japanese rapper Chanmina.[39]

On September 19, it was announced that P.O would make his solo debut.[40] His song, the funk tune "Men'z Night," was released September 27 and featured the singer Chancellor.[41]

In December, P.O took part in a tribute album for the late singer Yoo Jae-ha to commemorate the 30th anniversary of his debut.[42]

2018–present: Variety success and solo projectsEdit

In spring of 2018, P.O appeared again as a cast member on Living Together in Empty Room, living with stylist Han Hye-yeon and Jinyoung of Got7.[43] In addition, the Company Boy troupe staged another production of Superman.com in which P.O starred.[44] Later in the year, he became a regular cast member for Great Escape[45] and New Journey to the West 5/6.[46]

In addition to his work on variety shows, in 2018 P.O acted in two dramas, Encounter (broadcast by tvN)[47] and Love Alert (broadcast by MBN).[48]

P.O released a new song, "Comme des Garçons," on November 11, 2018. The song features a funky sound and personal lyrics that discuss P.O's life from before his debut to the present.[49][50][51]

During the broadcast of the last episode of New Journey to the West 6 on December 2, 2018, it was announced that P.O would be joining the upcoming second season of Kang's Kitchen.[52][53][54]

In February 2019, it was announced that P.O would star in a new theatrical production by the Company Boy troupe, a live version of the 2005 film Boy Goes to Heaven scheduled to run from February 16 to March 3.[55]

In November 2019, it was revealed that P.O would act as master of ceremony for the upcoming MBC Entertainment Awards, along with Hwasa of Mamamoo and Jun Hyun-moo.[56]

In December 2020, P.O starred in another Company Boy theatrical production, the play Almost, Maine. P.O played the characters of Randy and Dave in the production, which ran from December 25, 2020, to February 14, 2021.[57][58] P.O also starred in the play's Busan production, which took place in June 2021.[59]

In September 2021, P.O's label, Seven Seasons, announced that he would not be renewing his contract with them at the end of the month.[60]

On October 29, 2021, P.O officially signed with Artist Company.[61]

On February 10, 2022, it was reported that P.O would be recording his last show Amazing Saturday in March, three days before his military service.[62]

Personal lifeEdit

Military serviceEdit

P.O enlisted in the Republic of Korea Marine Corps on March 28, 2022.[63][64] Later in June 2022, the agency said that P.O. had just been assigned to the Marine Corps headquarters in Hwaseong, Gyeonggi-do and was planning to serve in a military band.[65] Previously, he has postponed his military service until December 2021 to focus on broadcasting and acting.[66]

DiscographyEdit

SinglesEdit

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
KOR
[67]
"Men'z Night" 2017 Non-album singles
"Comme des Garçons" (소년처럼) 2018
"Promise"
(featuring Mino)
2019 148

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2022 New Normal Gi-jin Closing film at 26th Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival [68][69]

Variety showsEdit

Year Title Network Role Notes
2014 Fashion King Korea Contestant Host with Zico
2016 Lipstick Prince OnStyle Cast member with U-Kwon
2017 Living Together in Empty Room MBC
Strange Restaurant O'live MC
Lipstick Prince OnStyle Cast member
Secret Variety Institute MBC Cast member
Living Together in Empty Room
2018 Cover Brothers XtvN
Great Escape Season 1 tvN
Dead If Shot Naver V Live
Those Who Cross the Line MBC Guest Episodes 13–16
New Journey to the West 5 & 6 tvN Cast member
After School Hip-Hop SBS MC with Kim Shin-young
2018–2022 Amazing Saturday tvN Cast member
2019 Great Escape Season 2
Kang's Kitchen 2
Matching Survival 1+1 KBS MC
New Journey to the West 7 tvN Cast member
Clothing Store tvN D Cast member
2020 Great Escape Season 3 tvN Cast member
Mapo Hipster with Song Min-ho
New Journey to the West 8
Heart Signal Channel A Panelist
2021 Spring Camp TVING Cast member
Great Escape Season 4 tvN Cast member [70]
Wild Idol MBC Daily mentor [71]

Television seriesEdit

Year Title Network Role Notes Ref.
2017 Temperature of Love SBS Kang Min-ho
2018 Encounter tvN Kim Jin-myung [72]
Love Alert MBN Yoon Yoo-Joon [73]
2019 Hotel Del Luna tvN Ji Hyun-joong
2020 More Than Friends JTBC Jin Sang-Hyuk [74]
2021 Mouse tvN Shin Sang [75]
2022 Yumi's Cells Season 2 Control Z Cameo [76]

Web seriesEdit

Year Title Platform Role Notes Ref.
2022 Goosebumps – Soreum Kakao TV Gi-jin one-act drama [77]

Radio showEdit

Year Title Network Notes
2020 Brrrr Friends Naver NOW Host, with Song Min-ho
2021 Brrrr Friends Naver NOW Host, with Song Min-ho

HostingEdit

Year Title Network Notes
2012 The Show SBS with Zico
2017 The Show SBS
2019 MBC Entertainment Awards MBC with Jun Hyun-moo, Hwasa

TheaterEdit

Year English title Korean title Role
2016,
2018
Superman.com 슈퍼맨닷컴 Jo Eun-dal
2017 Manitoz 마니토즈 Park Young-beom
2019 Boy Goes to Heaven 소년, 천국에 가다 Police Chief
2020,
2021
Almost, Maine 올모스트, 메인 Randy / Dave [78]
2022 Playback 플레이백 Man

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Nominated Work Result
2017 MBC Entertainment Awards Best Couple with Sandara Park Living Together in Empty Room Nominated
Popularity Award Won
2019 Brand of the Year Awards Male Variety Star P.O Won
2020 Male Variety Star Nominated
Asia Model Awards Fashionista Award[79] Won
APAN Music Awards Entertainer of the Year - Male Nominated
2021 Brand Customer Loyalty Awards Best Male Variety Idol Nominated
Best Male Acting Idol Nominated

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