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About Younha Younha (Japanese: ユンナ, Yunna, Korean: Go Youn-ha-고윤하), born April 29, 1988 in Seoul, Korea, is a J-Pop and K-Pop artist. She has made two CDs since 2007 in Korea...
About Younha
Younha (Japanese: ユンナ, Yunna, Korean: Go Youn-ha-고윤하), born April 29, 1988 in Seoul, Korea, is a J-Pop and K-Pop artist. She has made two CDs since 2007 in Korea, "The Perfect Day to Say I Love You" and "Someday", and one CD in Japan, "Go! Younha", but has made many singles. A few of her songs have made it to the "SONGS - Teen's Collection" Collection Album in Japan, as well. Younha is also making her debut as a Japanese actress, starring in a movie called, "Next Sunday", which is planned to be released in April 2009.

Younha started playing the piano at the age of 4. Younha has released seven singles and one album so far, and an eighth single is slated for release in September, 2006. Her first single, "Yubikiri", contains her only two Korean songs, and was used during the J-Drama series Tokyo Wankei. Her third single was the Bleach anime's 3rd ending theme, "Houkiboshi" ("Comet";). Also on the single "Houkiboshi" was the song Omoide ni Dekinai, used as the ending theme to the movie Tenshi ga Orita hi. Younha also acted in the movie Tenshi ga Orita hi. Younha's debut album included the songs Orenji no Hatsukoi and My Lover, both used in the Game Cube game Bleach GC: Tasogare Ni Mamieru Shinigami.

Her single "Te wo Tsunaide" is used as the ending theme for the anime series Jyu Oh Sei. She is relatively new to the J-pop scene and is signed to Sony Records in Japan.

Although she is compared to BoA (because she is a Korean who is active in Japan, speaks Japanese well, and is also one of the few Koreans to rank on the Oricon chart) her style differs greatly in both her music and performance.

Younha also began to compose music recently. The song Kaerimichi released on her sixth single, "My Lover" is the first song released which she wrote the lyrics to and composed the music for. In addition, she composed the music for the song homegirl, released on her single, "Te wo Tsunaide".

Her most recent single, "Ima ga Daisuki (今が大好き)" and its B-side, "Inori", are the opening and ending themes for Shoujo Jang Geum no Yume (Jang Geumi ei Kkoom). Currently, Younha still goes back and forth between Korea and Japan, and she debutted in Korea on 5th October 2006.

Her next single "Hakanaku Tsuyoku" is currently airing as the Opening theme track of Ki-Ba and is releasing on the 17th of January 2007. It includes another track called "Aitai".

Her success in Korea started with her hit song, "Secret Code 486", in 2007. She later wrote a song about her Korean rejections at SM Entertainment, "Audition (Time2Rock)". Youha also remade one of her Japanese hits, "Houkiboushi", into "Hyesung" around this time. Younha has performed with many other Korean artists such as Epik High, K. Will, Bobby Kim, Wheesung, and the Wonder Girls.

Her second Korean album which was released in 2008, was titled "Someday". This album has 17 tracks in total, including two instrumentals. The hit songs, "Telepathy", "Memory feat. Tablo", and "Gossip Boy", are included.


Early Life
Born in South Korea to music loving parents, Younha began to play the piano at the age of 4. She developed an interest in Japanese Drama and began to teach herself Japanese. Before long, she was skilled enough to interpret to her school friends what would happen on Japanese television. What began as an interest in Japanese dramas developed into an interest in Japanese music. At the recommendation of an older student in her school's broadcasting club, she listened to such artists as Utada Hikaru and Misia and soon began to like Japanese music. Younha began to dream about debuting as singer alongside her favorite artists.[edit]Last edit by iJiien on Friday 11 Dec, 2009 at 15:45 +2.4%[/edit][edit]Last edit by iJiien on Friday 03 Apr, 2009 at 22:43 +3.6% Reason: updated[/edit][edit]Last edit by iJiien on Thursday 22 Jan, 2009 at 00:21 +28.2% Reason: outdated[/edit]
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1 Younha - Soratomo~Sora wo Miagete Soratomo~Sora wo Miagete
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