Noh Min-woo debuted under the stage name Rose in 2004 as the drummer for the South Korean rock band TraxX. They released their debut single album Paradox that same year. Noh Min-woo left the band in 2006. In 2009, he became the leader of the K-Pop project group 24/7. They released the single 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week, but disbanded shortly after. In 2013, he and his new band ICON dropped their debut single album Iconic Oh! Disco Rockstar. In 2016, he released his Japanese debut single Gravity under the stage name Minue. In 2020, he debuted with the South Korean rock band The Midnight Romance.

Noh Min-woo gained attention as an actor in 2010 when he played supporting roles in MBC’s Pasta and in SBS’s My Girlfriend Is a Gumiho. The latter won him the New Star Award at the SBS Drama Awards. In 2012, he starred in the SBS Plus romantic comedy Full House Take 2, which boosted his popularity in Japan. In 2014, he became part of the mega blockbuster epic action-war film The Admiral: Roaring Currents. In 2019, he played one of the main characters in the second season of MBC’s Investigation Couple, which gave him the Scene Stealer Award at the MBC Drama Awards.

Noh Min-woo enlisted for his mandatory military service in October 2016 and was discharged in July 2018. His younger brother Noh Jung-hoon debuted as a singer-songwriter under the stage name I’ll in 2017.