K-Pop Stars Who Will Be Eurovision’s Great Actors

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Today is Liberation Day in Korea! Last year we took a look at Eurovision and the K-pop world ( check out this article here ), but three K-pop solo stars will have a blast at Eurovision this year.

BLACKPINK Lodge (For Australia)

The New Zealand-born K-pop idol who grew up in Australia is one of the world’s most famous female singers and is from the largest K-pop girl group, BLACKPINK.

Born in Auckland, New Zealand, to Korean immigrant parents, Rosie moved to Melbourne in 2004 when she was seven years old. She began to sing, learned to play guitar and piano, and sang in church choirs throughout her childhood.

In 2012, at her father’s invitation, she participated in an audition for Y.G. Entertainment, a domestic entertainment agency, and took first place among over 700 participants. After leaving school, he signed an exclusive contract with Y.G. Entertainment as a trainee and moved to Seoul.

After four years of practice, Rousey was selected as a member of Y.G.’s rookie girl group BLACKPINK and Jennie, Jisoo, and Lisa. The group’s music videos have garnered billions of views on YouTube, their debut album has sold millions of copies, and their songs have reached number one on music charts worldwide.

But Rousey certainly doesn’t depend on the talent of her bandmates, and she’s a great singer in her own right. Starting her first solo career earlier this year, she showed off her talent through an online concert in January and released her first solo album in March. Her two music videos have been viewed over 300 million times since uploaded in less than six months.

Rose was one of the most potent potential artists on this list. Boasting a solid stage performance for the first time in a long time, she shows that she can lead the stage either alone or as a group through her recent solo activities.

ZE: A’s Kevin Kim (Australia)

Born in Korea and raised in Sydney, Kevin Kim is a member of the South Korean boy group ZE: A, which debuted in 2010 and is known as one of the most popular boy groups.

While at ZE: A, Kevin’s roles within the group were: lead dancer (what’s Eurovision without dance?), lead vocalist (vocals will go away) and rapper (uh, maybe not. Rappers don’t work well) ) was. Eurovision).

Kevin was also a trendy member, debuting in the group’s two subunits, ZE: A-Five and ZE: A.J., and releasing his single.

Kevin is also one of the hosts of S.B.S. PopAsia, and given his history of collaborating with Australian broadcaster S.B.S. Eurovision, he’s more likely to make his way to “Eurovision – Australia Decides” or the Eurovision stage itself.

Sumi (for Holland)

Born in Canada to a Korean mother and Dutch father, Some is currently a solo artist but was previously a member of the temporary girl group I.O.I. and has triple nationality of Korea, Canada, and the Netherlands.

So, who moved to Korea when she was one year old, became famous in Korea when she participated in the survival show ‘Sixteen’ in 2015. Some competed against 15 other trainees for the role of J.Y.P. Entertainment’s new girl group Twice. . She made it to the finals but was eliminated and never got a position on the set.

Then, in 2016, Some appeared on another survival program, “Produce 101,” where she competed against 100 other trainees from more than 40 entertainment companies. Some took first place and took the coveted center position of the temporary girl group I.O.I.

Since I.O.I. was a temporary group, after the group disbanded, Some are the latest version of 3 singles, Birthday, What You’re Waiting For, and The “Dumb Dumb.”

Some know how to lead the stage within a group and as a solo artist, and if she is chosen, she will have a significant presence at Eurovision with Bob. Sumi dances well and gets along well with her fans and the media.

Many great Korean artists can easily make a significant impact on Eurovision. Are there any other K-Pop artists you would like to see made their way to Eurovision? Let us know on your social media sites.

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