All about ‘C-Clown’ member – Christian Yu – aka – Yu Ba-rom

Who is Christian Yu?

Born on September 6, 1990 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, Yu Ba-rom is a rapper and singer, dancer, executive and social media personality, but probably best known as a member of the K-pop boy band C- Clown from 2012 to 2015. He performed under the stage name, but after his contract with Yedang Entertainment expired, he switched to Christian Yu.

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The Wealth of Christian Yu

As of the beginning of 2020, Christian Yu’s net worth is estimated to be over $5 million, accumulated through a successful career in the music industry.

He made a lot of money during his time at C-Clown, and also has a substantial salary from his work as an executive for the independent label DPR, or Dream Perfect Regime.

Early life and career beginnings

Christian is of South Korean descent and has learned a lot about his heritage, but spent most of his childhood in Australia. He dreamed of finding a career in the performing arts during his teenage years, and after graduating from high school, he enrolled at the University of Sydney where he took a course in science and art, not thinking that he would achieve something with his dream in music. The university he attended is one of the world’s top universities and the first ever established on the continent.

However, he became less interested in his studies as he learned more about a future music career in South Korea, especially when he learned about companies that hold auditions for hopefuls internationally. He attended an audition for Yedang Entertainment, which would later become Imagine Asia. The company is known for representing numerous artists in the past, although it later became a much larger conglomerate, encompassing several entertainment companies, including Dream T Entertainment and Blue Star Entertainment.

Path to C-Clown

Yu passed his audition and dropped out of college to pursue his lifelong dream. He moved to South Korea and trained there for several years.

Christian Yu

One of his advantages was that he was already fluent in English, which meant he was ready for an international career if given the chance. Before C-Clown’s debut, several of its members had already made public appearances, including TK who had done commercials and was even going to join BtoB, but was pulled out.

One of Yu’s first public appearances was in “Let’s Go! Dream Team season 2″, when he participated as an industry newcomer. In 2012, it was announced that he would be part of the new boy band C clownintroduced as Rome, and joins TK, Maru, Kang Jun, Ray and Siwoo in the group.

In 2012, they released their debut extended play (EP) called “Note Alone”, which contained the lead single “Solo”, and then made their debut appearance on the program “M Countdown”. In the same year, like many boy bands, they released a second EP – “Young Love”.

Good luck with C-Clown and Disbandment

In 2013, C-Clown released their third EP called “Shaking Heart”, which contained the lead track of the same name, which marked their start in experimenting with music genres, and slowly they gained recognition in the country. After a hiatus for the rest of the year, they released a comeback single called “Tell Me”, followed by the song “Justice”, and also released the music video for “Let’s Love”.

C-Clown never fully exploited their potential as tensions within the group and management continued to mount over the next two years. Rome in 2015 changed his name to Christian Yu and began to delete his photos. He stated that management had turned him into a different person, something he is not. This led to much speculation that he was leaving the group, or that the group was disbanding, as evidenced by their lack of activity over the past year. Things remained unclear for the next few months, with Christian continuing to post cryptic messages online, until the group’s disbandment was announced late in the year, confirmed by him.

Only one member of the group was retained by management, while the others went their separate ways.

Life after C-Clown

After his work with C-Clown, Yu did not venture into a solo career, although he remained connected in the music industry. He became close friends with Hong Da-bin, better known by his stage name DPR Live, became part of DPR Live’s independent label DPR and worked his way up the corporate ladder. He is now the label’s editor-in-chief and director, helping both rappers and other artists they’ve signed.

He has participated in several music video shoots with the rest of DPR, including units such as DPR Cream, but usually stays in the background, helping with the videography and directing of music videos. He also continues to post online, although not as regularly. He has explored his love of video making by creating short films, artistic videos and vlogs for his followers. He also enjoys posting comedic content, showing off some behind-the-scenes shots while shooting on location with DPR. He traveled to different parts of the world and occasionally returned to his home country of Australia.

Private life

Yu is known to be single – he’s not one to talk openly about romantic endeavours. He has never spoken about this aspect of his life, although he is able to be more liberal about it unlike many contracted K-pop artists. He owns a dog with which he celebrates events, as seen on social media. Due to his allegations that Yedang changed his personality a few years back, it’s hard to believe what he said during interviews while under contract as it may just be a reflection of his personality and not his actual interests.