Name: Park Jae-hyung
Education: Cerritos High School California State University, Long Beach
Occupation: Singer ,Composer Musician Composer
Jae Park is a Korean-Argentine musician, singer, songwriter and rapper – American and composer born on September 15, 1992 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Jae is best known as the singer and electric guitarist for South Korean rock band Day6. Prior to joining Day6, Jae gained attention in South Korea as one of six finalists in the first season of the K-pop Star singing competition television series.
Jae graduated from Cerritos High School and went further to study political science at California State University, Long Beach, until Jae passed preliminary auditions for K-pop Star and moved to South Korea as one of six finalists. He signed an exclusive contract with JYP Entertainment with other contestants Baek A-Yeon, as well as the first place winner of the season. Ji-min Park.
Jae made her debut on September 7, 2015 as lead vocalist and guitarist for JYP’s debut rock band Day6. The group made its debut with the EP The Day. In late March 2016, the group released their second EP Daydream, for which they participated in the production of two songs: “Blood” and “First Time”. Jae continues to actively participate in the creation of many tracks after album “Daydream”. On June 28, 2016, Jae became MC of Arirang’s After School Club, alongside Park Ji-min and Kevin Woo, ex-U-KISS.
Jae officially graduated as ASC MC on July 17, 2018. He is a guest DJ on Arirang Radio’s Monday Music Access show, with singer Bernard Park. Jae’s last guest DJ appearance was on April 30, 2018.
Jae is a Korean-American musician, singer, songwriter, rapper and songwriter with an estimated net worth of $2 million in 2021.