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183 Club
Origin Taiwan
Genres Pop music
Years active 2004–present
Labels Warner Music
Website Official website
Members
Ehlo Huang
Ming Dow
Sam Wang
Former members
Jacky Chu
Johnny Yan

183 Club is a Taiwanese boyband managed by Jungiery. In other words, 183 Club is part of J-Star. Originally they were called "183 Yu Le Bu," meaning "183 Entertainment Group," but it was later decided that the name should be shortened to what it is now: 183 Club. The average height of the original five members combined together is roughly 183cm, hence the group name 183 Club. However, it is true that only one member is actually 183cm tall: Johnny Yan, the former leader of 183 Club.

They have acted in various Taiwanese dramas such as The Magicians of Love, The Prince Who Turns Into a Frog and Le Robe de Mariage des Cieux.

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Members

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Current

Former

  • Jacky Zhu was fired from his company for excessive partying and rumored drug usage.[1]
  • Johnny Yan quit to pursue a career in professional basketball.

Filmography

Discography

  • La Robe De Mariage Des Cieux (Heaven's Wedding Gown) OST (2004)
  • The Prince Who Turns Into A Frog OST (2005)
  • The Magicians of Love OST (2006)
  • The First Album (2006)
  • Angel Lover OST (2007)
  • Love Miracle 1
  • Love Miracle 2
  • Love Miracle 3

External links

References

  1. ^ (Chinese) Jacky Zhu was fired from 183 Club; Ming Dow might be starting his solo career. December 10, 2008. Retrieved December 20, 2008.

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