|August 28, 1989|
|Place of Birth|
|Singer, actor, dancer|
Jo Kwon (Hangul: 조권, hanja: 趙權; born on August 28, 1989) is a South Korean singer, MC, actor, entertainer and leader of South Korean boy band 2AM.
Jo Kwon, formerly known as Sacre Bleu, trained at JYP Entertainment 7 years after joining the company. He was chosen as the last member of Park Jin-young's "99% Challenge Project" along with Sunye of Wonder Girls.
In 2008, he appeared on Mnet's Hot Blood. The program showed the intense physical training that thirteen male trainees go through to acquire the opportunity to debut in either a 4-member ballad group or a 7-member dance group. After several elimination steps, Kwon was chosen for a position in the 4-member ballad group 2AM. He became the group's leader.
2AM's first single "This Song" was teleased on July 21, 2008. In March 2015, Jo renewed his contract with JYP Entertainment, while 3 other members of 2AM signed with other agencies. JYP Entertainment assured that the departures didn’t mean 2AM was disbanding, however 2AM is currently on temporarily break from any group activities. Jo left JYP Entertainment on September 22, 2017, officially marking the disbandment of 2AM. On 3 November 2017, Jo signed with Cube Entertainment.
|Height||5 ft 9 in / 173 cm|
|Weight||143 lb / 65 kg|
|Shoe (Feet) Size||–|
|Race / ethnicity||Asian|