A.KOR / Top of KOREA / A.Kor Black / Kemy Profile

 A.Kor's "Always" promotional picture.

A.KOR (에이코어)

  • Debut (Y.M.D): 14.07.24
  • Disbanded (Y.M.D)*: 17.–.–
  • Label: STL Entertainment
  • Music Videos (Official Videos): But Go, Always
  • DiscographyBut Go (digital single), Always (digital single)
  • Fan Club:
  • Symbol:

a.kor logo




A.Kor's Jiyoung "Always" promotional picture.

  • Name (Real Name): Jiyoung (Ahn Ji Young)
  • Hangul: 지영
  • Position: Vocal
  • Birthday (Y.M.D): 91.04.14
  • Nationality: N/A
  • Height: 166cm (5ft 5in)
  • Weight: 48kg (105lbs)
  • Blood Type: N/A
  • Sub-Unit: Top of KOREA

A.Kor's Minju "Always" promotional picture.

  • Name (Real Name): MinJu (Guk Min Ju)
  • Hangul: 민주
  • Position: Rap
  • Birthday (Y.M.D): 92.01.17
  • Nationality: N/A
  • Height: 168cm (5ft 6in)
  • Weight: 48kg (106lbs)
  • Blood Type: N/A
  • Sub-Unit: Top of KOREA, A.Kor Black

 A.Kor's Kemy "Always" promotional picture.


  • Name (Real Name): Kemy (Kim Kyung Mi)
  • Hangul: 케미
  • Position: Rap
  • Birthday (Y.M.D): 97.09.25
  • Nationality: N/A
  • Height: 165cm (5ft 4in)
  • Weight: 49kg (108bs)
  • Blood Type: N/A
  • Sub-Unit: Top of KOREA, Solo, A.Kor Black



A.Kor's Dami "Always" promotional picture.

  • Name (Real Name): Da Ya (Jung Da Ya)
  • Hangul: 다야
  • Position: Vocal
  • Birthday (Y.M.D): 90.05.04
  • Nationality: N/A
  • Height: 162cm (5ft 3in)
  • Weight: 46kg (101lbs)
  • Blood Type: O
  • Sub-Unit: N/A
  • Formerly of*: 84LY

A.Kor's Taehui "Always" promotional picture.

  • Name (Real Name): Tae Hee (Kim Tae Hee)
  • Hangul: 태희
  • Position: Vocal
  • Birthday (Y.M.D): 90.11.23
  • Nationality: N/A
  • Height: 165cm (5ft 4in)
  • Weight: 48kg (106lbs)
  • Blood Type: A
  • Sub-Unit: N/A
  • Formerly of*: 84LY as Solip

16 comments on “A.KOR / Top of KOREA / A.Kor Black / Kemy Profile

  1. I just realised this, but And Go and First both have MV’s. They both have Kemya me Minju in them when they were known as Top of KOREA, but without Jiyoung (I would presume she just wasn’t in them as they were mixtapes). So I was wondering why you didn’t have them added under their discography?

    • When we first saw them we treated them as covers because of how they were originally labelled – we have added them now to the A.Kor Black sub-unit since it is Kemy and Minju’s mixtape. So thank you for letting us know. We got it updated!
      ~ Manwon^^

      • It also seems to be that Days and Taehee aren’t apart of the group anymore. Minju, Kemy and Jiyoung don’t update about them anymore, and on their official Instagram they don’t follow Daya or Taehee anymore

      • We are trying to confirm this – but thus far I have been unable to completely confirm that this is the case, though I do agree with you completely
        ~ Manwon^^

  2. I’d still support this group even if kemy dissed park bom
    Raps are sometimes about ranting so in this case kemy is just ranting on how much plastic surgery park bom got

    • I’m sorry if i offend you, but it isnt none of kemy’s bussiness. The rap was good, but she ruined it with the lyrics.

      • It actually is Kemy’s business. It’s all of Korea’s business. For one person to have so much power that he is able to cover up (on multiple occasions) the illegal acts of people in his company is also in fact illegal and it’s corrupt. What else should rap be used for if not for spreading social justice messages? Rap at its roots is about a social movement…and Kemy actually seemed to do that with her rap.

      • It wasnt social injustice. She has prescription, she did NOT traffic. Yes, ofc what she did was illegal and she knew it but theres those points above. She was investigated and the police got these points. This is why. About the plastics, it was her choice (pls dont misunderstand me, im not being biased).

      • I understand that. The problem is that YG was willing to cover for her illegal actions. YG artists tend to get a slap on the wrist for illegal, and usually otherwise career ending scandals, it’s not a secret that it continues to happen. It’s a case of corruption by a large company. So yes it is social injustice. Bom just happened to be the latest in a line of scandals that YG artists were able to more or less walk away from. It has a lot less to do with Bom than it does to do with the corruption her scandal stands for. This type of issue has been a long standing one in Korea. Again I am a fan of many YG artists, I am not trying to bring them down. But I also can’t pretend that it doesn’t happen when it does.

      • I’m gonna go with Kemy on this one, if it’s not okay for anyone to have an illegal anything prescribed by a doctor or not, then it’s not okay for Bom. YG Artists in general make nice stuff in terms of music but if they keep going on with that other stuff whenever or not it’s doctor’s orders they are gonna end up the way Michael Jackson and Prince (singers outside of Kpop that I really love) ended up and people know that the way they ended up wasn’t at all pretty.

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