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BEAST promoting "Kimi wa Dou?" (2014)

BEAST (비스트) (formerly known as B2ST) is a 6 member Korean boy band under CUBE Entertainment who debuted in 2009.





BEAST was first known as B2ST, which was an acronym for "Boys to Search for Top". Just before their debut date the name was changed to the current one, which is an acronym for "Boys of EAst Standing Tall".
The group consists of 4 newcomers, Yoon Doo Joon, Yang Yo Seob, Son Dong Woon and Jang Hyun Seung who was already known for being the rejected member before BIGBANG's debut, Yong Jun Hyung a former member of the group Xing, and the soloist Lee Ki Kwang formerly known as AJ.
The group debuted on October 14 with the release of the mini-album BEAST is the B2ST. After releasing the digital single, "Crazy", which was used as main theme song for the movie Attack the Gas Station 2, BEAST planned to release their second mini-album, Shock Of The New Era on March 2. On February 28, CUBE Entertainment, through an official statement, pushed back the release by a day because the album leaked on YouTube.

In 2014, the group officially changed their logo to "∀ΔΣ" with the release of their sixth mini-album.

Korean Discography

BEAST promoting BEAST is the B2ST (2009)
BEAST promoting Mastermind (2010)
BEAST promoting "SHOCK" (2011)
BEAST promoting Midnight Sun (2012)
BEAST promoting Hard to Love, How to Love (2013)

Studio Albums

Mini Albums

Digital Mini Albums

Digital Singles

Video Releases

Compilations / Other

Japanese Discography

Studio Albums

Best Albums


Digital Singles

Video Releases

Compilations / Other




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