Hyuna is a South Korean singer, songwriter, rapper, and model. She debuted as a member of the girl group Wonder Girls in February 2007. After leaving the ensemble shortly after, she subsequently left JYP Entertainment and joined the girl group 4Minute under Cube Entertainment. She also began her solo career with a style she described as “ performance-oriented music”. She is on Instagram as @hyunah_aa.
Early life and Career
Hyuna was born in Kim Hyun-ah on the 6th of June, 1992, in Seoul, the capital city of South Korea. Since Korea is a place where getting involved in the entertainment industry gets you a lot of money and is even encouraged by parents and elders alike, Hyuna pursued a career in K-pop as well – she made her debut in K-pop when she was revealed as one of the members of JYP’s group Wonder Girls in 2006. Hyuna was a part of Wonder Girls for a while before she left the group in July of 2007, over health concerns by her parents. During her time in Wonder Girls, she starred in the group’s television show called MTV Wonder Girls for two seasons. She was also a co-host of the show Show! Music Core alongside Wonder Girls member Sohee in 2007. She came back into the industry again in 2008 under Cube Entertainment, this time as a part of the girl group 4Minute – the group debuted in 2009. She released several solo singles in 2010, and the music video of one of her singles “Change” was even rated 19+. She has appeared in music videos of several notable artists like Brave Brothers and Navi. She is currently massively successful as a solo artist.
She went to Chongnam Middle School and attended Korea High School of Music and Arts, after which she went to college on receiving special admission at Kyokuk University and graduated in Contemporary Arts.
How does she make money?
As of April 2021, Hyuna has an estimated net worth of $12 million. She has made most of her fortune with her career as a singer, songwriter, model and dancer.
Hyuna revealed in 2019 that she was dating fellow K-pop star, Dawn. She mentioned that they stumbled upon one another through music, it became the means for their connection as well.
According to Hyuna’s Mandarin language teacher, her name in Hanja translated into something really bizarre, something along the lines of “I weep”. Therefore, on the recommendation of her Mandarin language teacher, Hyuna adopted different characters for her Hanja name, for the sake of promotional activities in Taiwan.
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