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Oh originally created Hyukoh as a one-man band, but formed the current four-piece in 2014 under the same name with bassist Im Dong-geon, guitarist Lim Hyun-jae and drummer Lee In-woo. Oh had worked with Lee in the past, having been introduced through Lim, with whom he had attended high school. He met Im through a mutual acquaintance.
The band's first three EPs, 20 (2014), 22 (2015) and 24 (2018); and their first full-length studio album, 23 (2017), were named after the members' ages (all four were born in 1993). They broke with this naming convention in 2020 with the release of their fourth EP Through Love. Oh is credited as a principal songwriter on all their albums.
While the band achieved success in the Korean indie music scene with the release of their EPs, they gained mainstream popularity after participating in the South Korean television program Infinite Challenge. Following the release of 23, the band embarked on their first world tour.
Oh has collaborated with a variety of South Korean artists across multiple genres, including hip hop group Epik High, singer-songwriter IU, rapper-producer Code Kunst and indie singer Car, the garden. In 2015, Oh and producer Primary collaborated on a four-track EP titled Lucky You!. In January 2018, Oh ventured into the house and techno genre through a collaboration with indie artist Cifika, entitled "Momon" (몸마음).
In 2015, Oh released a cover of Lee Moon-se's "A Little Girl" (소녀) for the soundtrack of the South Korean drama series Reply 1988.
Oh's distinct and "nonconformist" fashion sensibility has set him apart from others in mainstream K-pop and granted him notoriety in the global fashion community. He has been featured in several fashion and lifestyle publications, including Vogue and Elle. After modeling for NikeLab in China in late 2016, he was also featured on the cover of the country's inaugural issue of Dazed magazine. He later became a campaign ambassador for Converse.
Oh's interest in fashion was influenced early on by punk, particularly skate punk, and the aesthetics of Japanese designers.