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Since its release until March 2015, the total albums sold was 91,212 copies.In January 2013, Sungkyu was confirmed to be a fixed cast on JTBC Lee Soo-geun and Kim Byung-man's High Society 2 along with Super Junior's Shindong. In February 2013, Sungkyu was confirmed to have made a cameo appearance in KBS's new sitcom A Bit of Love alongside four other idols, MBLAQ's GO, KARA's Seungyeon, ZE: A's Siwan, and SECRET's Ji Eun.Due to his admiration for rock band Nell, he initially auditioned at Woollim Entertainment under the recommendation of Nell's manager whom he'd met coincidentally at the café where he worked at part-time.With a hurting stomach, Sung-kyu went to his audition and lightly threatened them by saying, "If you don't pick me, you're going to regret it." Afterwards he rushed to the hospital immediately and got an appendectomy.In April 2013, Sung-kyu joined tv N's new reality program, The Genius: Rules of the Game, alongside 12 other representative figures from different fields of work such as TV personalities, politicians, gamblers, and more.The premise of the show was that participants must use their brain power to find a winning formula and win the game through betrayal and the elimination of their competitors.Despite being criticized by his school friends, he believed that it was an opportunity nonetheless and persisted.In 2010, Sung-kyu finally made his debut with Infinite on June 9.
Sung-kyu also composed the title track "60 Seconds" with Sweetune and personally participated in writing the lyrics for the track "41 Days".
L starred as the main character on the music video.
Sungkyu made a short promotion period of three weeks, and the album became the top selling physical album for the month of November with 62,958 copies sold.
Sungkyu plays the role of Jiyong, the son of the female lead.
The musical lasted from January 3 until March 11, 2012.He continued to release a second extended play, 27 (2015), debuted at number one on the Gaon Album Chart and number eight on The Billboard World Album, and yielded two South Korean top-ten singles "The Answer" and "Kontrol". He attended Jeonju National University High School and was in the school rock band called "Coma Beat".