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Will 's "Gift" music video. On November 23,Mystic Entertainment revealed that Thunder would release new music in December. Starting with this drama, he is being credited by his birth name except for music-related projects. Thunder participated in writing and composing all five tracks. By this time, Thunder had finished secondary education in the Philippines.
His self-titled debut extended play as a solo artist was released on December 7, and features guest appearances by Goo HaraBasick and Giantpink. He first appeared on national television when he attended the finale with his mother.
He was given a 4-page spread, where he showed off his unique yet fashionista chic image. It is a job search site, focusing on connecting users who want part-time jobs with potential businesses and employers, he participated in a TV CF which was broadcast on the airwaves.
Life and career[ edit ] — His eldest sister, Sandara, achieved nationwide fame in the Philippines in after becoming the runner-up on the first season of Star Circle Questa talent search reality competition.
The music video for the promotional single "Sign" features his sister Sandara. He has two older sisters, Sandara and Durami.
He gave up and instead started auditioning for entertainment agencies, one of which was JYP Entertainment. He had taken dancing workshops offered by Sandara's home network back in the Philippines. Later on, as his sister began her hectic activities as a celebrity, a crew from one of South Korea's biggest television agencies recorded her daily life in the documentary My Name Is Sandara Park.
Sandara's eventual decision to pursue activities in their home country led to their family's return to South Korea in Early life and career beginnings[ edit ] Park Sang-hyun was born in Busan, South Korea, but grew up in the Philippines.
Aside from his native Koreanhe is also fluent in English and Tagalogand can speak conversational Mandarin and Japanese. It was later on revealed in a magazine interview that he had originally decided to pursue a professional career as a soccer player, specifically as a midfielder. This marked Thunder's first ever appearance on South Korean television.
InThunder released his first single "Gone" which he composed himself.