Sam Juno Park (born September 25, 1992), better known as Junoflo (Korean: 주노플로), is a Korean American rapper. He has released two studio albums: Progression (2015) and Statues (2019), and one extended play: Only Human (2018). He was a contestant on the TV series Show Me the Money 5 (2016) Show Me the Money 6 (2017).
Junoflo (born Samuel Juno Park) was raised in Los Angeles, California. He attended college at the University of California, San Diego and worked as a photographer at hip-hop concerts in San Diego.
Junoflo first gained fame through his appearance as a contestant on the South Korean survival reality show, Show Me the Money 5 in 2016. Later that year, he signed to Feel Ghood Music, the hip hop label founded by Korean rapper Tiger JK. In 2017, he appeared on Show Me the Money 6, in which he advanced to the semi-finals.
In March 2018, Junoflo released his first album under Feel Ghood Music, the extended play Only Human. The album includes the single, "Grapevine," featuring Jay Park. In January 2019, he released the full-length album, Statues. That same month, he became the first Korean artist to perform at an NBA halftime show, when he performed at a match between the Los Angeles Clippers and the New Orleans Pelicans.
Junoflo left Feel Ghood Music in April 2019.