Shinhwa (Korean: 신화; Hanja: 神話) is a South Korean six-member boy band based in Seoul, composed of Eric Mun, Lee Min-woo, Kim Dong-wan, Shin Hye-sung, Jun Jin, and Andy Lee. Launched by SM Entertainment on March 24, 1998, the group signed with Good Entertainment in 2004 before creating their Shinhwa Company to manage their career as a band. The band struggled initially with their first album before finding commercial success with their sophomore album T.O.P. (April 1999).
Lee Min-woo, Shinhwa's 24th Debut Anniversary Celebration "Thank you, Shinhwa Changjo"
Shinhwa member Lee Min-woo celebrated the 24th anniversary of Shinhwa's debut.
On the 24th, Lee Min-woo posted on his Instagram (social networking service) a photo of Shinhwa members with the words "Happy 24th Anniversary".
In the article, Lee Min-woo expressed his affection for fans, saying, "Thank you for the endless love and long-term support of Shinhwa Changjo (the name of Shinhwa's fan club)."
He then added, "Thank you Shinhwa, Shinhwa Creation."
Shinhwa debuted on March 24, 1998 as a 6-member group consisting of Eric, Lee Min-woo, Kim Dong-wan, Shin Hye-seong, Jeonjin, and Andy. Since then, they have been loved as the longest-running idol group in Korea, which has been active without leaving or replacing a single member.