Injun of Dae Guk Nam Ah (DGNA henceforth), an active idol in Fantrie, appeared on JTBC's entertainment program 'Peak Time'.

'Peak Time,' which premiered on the evening of the 15th, is a team audition survival program featuring male idols who gained attention early in their careers but are currently not in the spotlight. Unlike previous audition programs that focused on individual talent, the program is being praised for being the first to feature teams that have already worked together for a long time.

Injun, Garam, and Jay, who performed on the show as team '23:00,' debuted in 2010 as idol 'DGNA' and went on to perform well in both Korea and Japan. In South Korea, the group was recognized as a talented up-and-comer that even won a rookie award, and in Japan, the group was one of the original Hallyu idols, reaching the top 10 of the Oricon Weekly chart in 2012.

"We don't consider ourselves disbanded. We're back together to fulfill our unfulfilled dreams," he said, explaining why they decided to participate in the survival audition as a team five years after their contract ended. Three of the five members of DGNA - Garam, Jay, and Injun - participated in 'Peak Time.'

Since their team activities ended due to the expiration of their contracts with their previous agencies, the members have been conducting individual activities, and Injun, in particular, has been known to open his own channel on the membership fan platform Fantrie, constantly communicating with fans who actively support him and trying out various contents on the channel.

Episode 3 of 'Peak Time' will air on Wednesday, March 22 at 10:30 p.m. on JTBC.