Much-admired person

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ICON.

Last seen on: NY Times Crossword 14 Feb 20, Friday

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No Min-woo (Korean: 노민우; born May 29, 1986) is a South Korean actor and musician. He is also known under the stage names ICON and MINUE. He debuted as a drummer in TRAX in 2004, and left the band two years later. In 2008, he began acting in various television series and movies, such as Pasta, My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed Fox and Full House Take 2, and he regularly contributes to movie and drama soundtracks. In 2013, No made a comeback as a singer under the stage name ICON. In 2016 he enlisted in the military, and returned in 2018.

No Min-woo was born in Japan while his mother, then 20 years old, was aspiring to become an enka singer there. He was moving back and forth between Korea and Japan for a long time, and started playing the piano at age 7. He has a younger brother, Jeong-hun, who is a singer under the pseudonym I’ll (아일).

He made his debut as the drummer (with the stage name Rose) in the rock band The TRAX in 2004. Prior to debut, No Min-woo appeared in “2002 Survival Audition HeeJun vs. KangTa Battle of the Century” with bandmates Typhoon and Attack, as well as Xiah Junsu , Super Junior’s Sungmin and Eunhyuk. No Minwoo left TRAX in 2006, and briefly became a guitarist for The Romantist before it disbanded. In 2009 he returned to the music scene as the leader of the project group 24/7, with Lee Jang-woo and Hyun Woo. They released the single 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week.

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