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Logo of JYP Entertainment
|Genre||K-pop, hip-hop, ballad, dance, teen pop|
|Headquarters||Seoul, South Korea|
|Number of locations||3|
|Key people||Jeong Wook (CEO)|
|Subsidiaries||Big Hit Entertainment
Park Jin-young founded the company in 1997 as “Tae-Hong Planning Corporation”, which eventually became “JYP Entertainment” in 2001.
The studio and headquarters of its US branch, JYP USA, officially opened in New York City in June 2007. In October 2008, JYP Entertainment further expanded by opening the JYP Beijing Center as their China branch. The same year, CAA (Creative Artists Agency) included JYP Entertainment in its roster of high profile clientele.
The company is considered one of the biggest management companies in South Korea, along with S.M. Entertainment and YG Entertainment. In an interview, Park stated that the success of his artists is due to him creating a “brand” for the artist. It has been reported that the group is worth in excess of $100 million.
In June 2009, it was officially announced that JYP Entertainment and the Jonas Group signed a management deal for the Wonder Girls. Wonder Girls joined the Jonas Brothers‘ World Tour 2009, in selected cities, as the opening act performing their two songs “Nobody” and “Tell Me“.
In March 2010, KMP Holdings was established via a joint venture between JYP, S.M., YG, Star Empire, and other companies. KMP is the official distributor of releases from these companies. KMP stands for Korean Music Power.
In December 2010, Park Jin-Young announced that J. Tune Entertainment would be merged with JYP Entertainment. Park Jin-Young (the contract with JYPE had expired in 2006) and miss A (managed by sub-label AQ Entertainment) signed the contract under J. Tune Entertainment.
In 2011, JYP Entertainment partnered up with SM Entertainment, YG Entertainment, KeyEast, AMENT and Star J Entertainment to create United Asia Management in an effort to promote Korean pop music internationally.
- South Korea: 123-50, Cheongdam-dong, Gangnam-gu,Kimshandy (Headquarters)
- United States: 110 East 31st Street, New York City
- China: Chaoyang District, Beijing
 JYP Nation
JYP Nation is the project name used by JYP Entertainment for their artist compilation albums, similar to SM Town. It consists of current recording artists under the company.
|This Christmas||December 1, 2010|
- 2010 JYP Nation Team Play Concert
- 2011 JYP Nation in Japan
 Current Artists
 JYP Roster
 Big Hit Entertainment Roster
 J. Tune Entertainment Roster
 Former Artists
- Jay Park (former member of 2pm)
- Han Soo-yeon
- Hyuna (former member of Wonder Girls)
- Jo Kyoo-cheol
- Kim Dong-yoon
- Noel (now under LOEN Entertainment)
- Park Ji-yoon
 Former notable trainees
- CL (now under YG Entertainment as the leader of 2NE1)
- Ha Min-woo (now a member of ZE:A)
- Shin Soo Hyun (now under NH Media as the leader of U-KISS)
- Hong Jin-young (now under Mnet Media)
- Hyomin (now under Core Contents Media as the current leader of T-ara)
- Ji Hyun (now under Cube Entertainment as the leader of 4minute)
- HyunA (now under Cube Entertainment as a member of 4minute)
- Jo Kwang-min (now a member of Boyfriend)
- Jo Young-min (now a member of Boyfriend)
- Kim Jae-kyung (now under DSP Media as the leader of Rainbow)
- Lee Hyun-ji (former member of project group Banana Girl)
- Lee Min (now a member of Young Guns)
- May Do-ni (now under LOEN Entertainment)
- Seo Eun-kyo (now a member of Coed School and 5dolls)
- Son Dong-woon (now under Cube Entertainment as a member of BEAST)
- Lee Gi-kwang (now under Cube Entertainment as a member of BEAST)
- Yang Yo-seob (now under Cube Entertainment as a member of BEAST)
- Yoon_Doo-joon (now under Cube Entertainment as the leader of BEAST)
- Song Jieun (now a member of SECRET)
- Han Sunhwa (now a member of SECRET)
- Seyong (now a member of MYNAME)
- Park Chorong (now under A Cube Entertainment as the leader of A Pink)
- G.NA (now under Cube Entertainment as a solo singer)
- Hyorin (now under Starship Entertainment as the leader of SISTAR)
- Eunkyo (now under Core Contents Media as a member of 5dolls)
 See also
Sumber dari : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JYP_Entertainment