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Tiny-G in May 2013
From left to right: Dohee, Myungji, Mint, J.Min
Background information
Origin South Korea
Genres K-pop
Years active2012 (2012)–2015 (2015)
LabelsGNG Production, LOEN Entertainment
Past members
Website Official Website

Tiny-G (Korean: 타이니지) was a Korean group based in South Korea, formed in 2012 by GNG Production and disbanded in 2015. The group's final line-up was the duo of J. Min and Dohee but originally consisted of J. Min, Dohee, Mint, and Myungji. [1] [2]



The group appeared on MBC's show Show Champion on April 24, 2012, [3] and performed the track "Polaris", a song with singer Jay Park and actress Lee Si-young. The instrumentation was composed and produced by Cha Cha Malone and Jay Park. The song was released on May 5, [4] after "Music & Lyrics" was broadcast. [5]

Their debut single "Tiny-G" was released on August 23, 2012. They made their debut on M! Countdown with "Tiny-G". [6] The group released their second single, "Minimanimo" on January 20, 2013. On June 13, 2013, the group performed an OST for the game Dragon Nest titled "Here We Go", and on October 1, 2013, they released their third single, "Miss You".

On March 12, 2014, Dohee and J. Min performed an OST for the drama Cunning Single Lady titled "Mirror Mirror". On June 26, GnG Production announced that Myungji left the band. Tiny-G came back as a trio on July 3 with the song "Ice Baby". [7] [8] The sub-unit released their first single, "The Only One", featuring Thai artist Natthew. The music video was released November 25 and featured appearances by Natthew and Tiny-G member Dohee. [9] [10]

On 10th February 2015 the group announced an indefinite hiatus. Mint officially left the group in 2016, leaving many to speculate that the group has actually disbanded. [11]

On April 16, 2017, Dohee participated in an episode of the show King of Masked Singer. On April 28, Mint's new drama THE iDOLM@STER.KR began airing, and she appeared in the attached girl group "Real Girls Project". [12]

Former members



TitleYearPeak chart
Sales Album
As lead artist
"Tiny-G" (작은 거인)2012Non-album singles
"Minimanimo" (미니마니모)201360
"Miss You" (보고파)91
"Ice Baby"201444
"Love X4" (Remix)
with Ian Thomas
20149Non-album single
Soundtrack appearances
"Polaris"2012Music and Lyrics OST Part 3
"—" denotes songs did not chart or were not released in that region.

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  15. Cumulative sales of "Minimanimo":
  16. Sales of "Miss You":
  17. Cumulative sales of "Ice Baby":