Tiny-G (Korean: 타이니지) is a four-membered girl group that's now a three-member group from South Korea, formed in 2012 by GNG production. The group consists of Dohee, J.Min, and Mint. Their name "Tiny-G" stands for "Tiny Giant" because "even though they're small with an average height of 153cm, they are strong and fierce like giants". They are a skillful b-boying hip hop group.
On March 12, 2014, Do Hee and J-Min performed an OST for the drama 'Cunning Single Lady' titled "Mirror Mirror".
On June 26, 2014, GnG Production announced that Myeong Ji was leaving to focus on her acting career. They released a statement saying "Myeong Ji expressed that she wants to officially go into acting to expand on her passion that she's had since her child actress and CF days... Myeong Ji's leave was decided on after discussing it fully with the agency and Tiny-G members, and we respect and cheer on her decision." Many fans have speculated that the actual reason Myeong Ji left was because she was becoming too tall for the group's concept (at the time of her departure, she was listed as being 160 cm tall, whereas Tiny-G's concept is that the girls are 153 cm tall).
It was also revealed that Tiny-G would be having a comeback as a trio on July 3, 2014 with the song "Ice Baby".