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Miryo on May 24, 2018
Native name
Jo Mi-hye

(1981-11-02) November 2, 1981 (age 37)
Other namesJoHoney
Musical career
LabelsAPOP Entertainment

Jo Mi-hye (born November 2, 1981), better known by her stage name Miryo, is a South Korean rapper, songwriter and record producer. She is currently the rapper of girl group Brown Eyed Girls, and is a former member of rap group Honey Family. Miryo debuted as a soloist in 2012, after appearing as a producer in the first season of Show Me the Money.


Miryo began her music career in 1999, when she featured on a song by underground hip-hop group Honey Family. She joined the group as the main female rapper the following year, and participated in their second album. After the team disbanded, she featured in other hip-hop artists' songs, such as former groupmate Gil Seong-joon from Leessang,[1] and MC Mong. Soon after, Miryo received and accepted an offer from singer JeA to join Brown Eyed Girls. She became the rapper of the group, which debuted with an album entitled "Your Story" in March 2006. Brown Eyed Girls eventually achieved mainstream success in 2009 with their hit song Abracadabra, which was followed up by their equally acclaimed song "Sixth Sense" in 2011.

In 2012, Miryo appeared as a producer on the rap competition TV show Show Me the Money, and was the only female judge. During the show she mentored Cheetah, who went on to win the first season of Unpretty Rapstar three years later. After her appearance on Show Me the Money, she made her solo debut with the self-produced album "MIRYO aka JOHONEY". The album featured a variety of artists who ranged from idols to hip hop heavyweights.[2] Brown Eyed Girls returned with their fifth studio album Black Box in July 2013, and promoted the title song Kill Bill. In November of that year, Miryo and fellow Brown Eyed Girls member Narsha formed a subunit called M&N.[3] The subunit released their first single, entitled "Tonight", on November 11.

Miryo released her single album "Queen" in July 2015, with the title song featuring her groupmate Ga-In. In September of that year, she and the other members of Brown Eyed Girls left their agency Nega Network.[4] The group signed with Mystic Entertainment in October, and released their album Basic the next month.[5]


In addition to being a rapper, Miryo is also a songwriter. Among female idols, Miryo has copyright to the most songs, having a total of 56 songs by March 2013.[6] She has been a composer and lyricist for Honey Family and also her current group Brown Eyed Girls.[7]


Extended plays

Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
Track listing
-- N/A
"--" denotes release did not chart.


Title Year Peak chart positions Album


"Ready To L.O.V.E"
with JeA
2008 No data No data Non-album singles
"Shall We Get Married?" ( )
with Lisa
2010 11
"After the Bus Left" ( )
with K.Will
"Dirty" 2012 8 7 MIRYO aka JOHONEY
feat. Gain
2015 98 No data Non-album single
with Jura, Lee Sang-gon, No. 11
2016 -- Honey Family BeeHive Project Vol. 3
"Rock Paper Scissors" ( ?)
with Giant Pink
-- Non-album singles
"King of the Hill"
with Maniac
2017 --
feat. Killagramz
-- -- Dreams single album
"Can I See You Again" 2018 -- -- Come single album
"Yellow" -- -- True single album
"--" denotes release did not chart.

Other charted songs

Title Year Peak chart positions Album


"Love Is"
with JeA
2010 18 No data Blue Brand Trauma
"Party Rock"
feat. Gary of Leessang, The Koxx
2012 34 34 MIRYO aka JOHONEY
"I Love You, I Love You" ( )
feat. Sunny of Girls' Generation
56 51
feat. Narsha
78 79
"Ain't Got Nobody"
feat. Dean
2016 71 No data Unpretty Rapstar 3


Variety shows

Year Title Network Notes
2012 Show Me the Money Mnet Judge
2015 Hello Counselor KBS with Brown Eyed Girls
2016 Unpretty Rapstar 3 Mnet Contestant


  1. ^ choiwj (February 27, 2012). "Miryo sits down for an interview with 'Men's Health' magazine". Allkpop.com. Retrieved .
  2. ^ asphodel (January 31, 2012). "Miryo releases debut album, 'Miryo AKA Johoney'". Allkpop.com. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Miryo and Narsha to form first Brown Eyed Girls sub-unit | allkpop.com". www.allkpop.com. Retrieved .
  4. ^ "Brown Eyed Girls' JeA, Narsha, and Miryo officially become free agents | allkpop.com". www.allkpop.com. Retrieved .
  5. ^ "Brown Eyed Girls on Twitter". Twitter. 2015-11-04. Retrieved .
  6. ^ "?(instiz, ?) - ? ?". 2018-10-12.
  7. ^ ohgelie (January 4, 2011). "Brown Eyed Girls Miryo's impressive resume revealed". Koreaboo.com. Archived from the original on June 29, 2013. Retrieved .
  8. ^ "Gaon Album Chart". Gaon Music Chart (in Korean). Retrieved .
  9. ^ a b "Gaon Digital Chart". Gaon Music Chart (in Korean). Retrieved .
  10. ^ a b "Billboard Korea K-pop 100". Billboard. Retrieved .

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