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Baek A Yeon (백아연) is a South Korean singer currently under EDEN Entertainment. She debuted on September 10, 2012 with the mini album I'm Baek.


2011–2012: K-Pop Star

In 2011, she became a contestant on the reality show K-Pop Star. She was eliminated in episode 21 after ranking third place.[3]

On September 10, 2012, she made her solo debut with the mini album I'm Baek.

2019: Change of agencies

On September 16, it was announced by JYP Entertainment her departure from the agency after her 7-year contract had expired on August 30 and she decided to not renew it.[2]

On December 7, she announced on her Instagram account that she is now signed under EDEN Entertainment.[1]


Mini albums

Digital singles



  • "Cheongdam-dong Alice OST Part.3" ("Daddy Long Legs") (2012)
  • "Cheongdam-dong Alice OST Part.5" ("Daddy Long Legs (Acoustic Ver.)") (2012)
  • "Man in Love OST Part.1" ("Introduction to Love") (2013)
  • "Goddess of Fire OST Part.1" ("Tears Are Also Love") (2013)
  • "Angel Eyes OST Part 4" ("Three Things I Have Left") (2014)
  • "Fated to Love You OST Part.1" ("Morning Of Canon") (2014)
  • "Yong-pal OST Part.4" ("So We Are") (2015)
  • "Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo OST Part.7" ("A Lot Like Love") (2016)
  • "Wok of Love OST Part.3" ("Was It You") (2018)
  • "Encounter OST Part.7" ("Always Be With You") (2019)
  • "Doctor John OST Part.5" ("Just Go") (2019)
  • "Vagabond OST Part.4" ("Hello My Lover") (2019)
  • "The Spies Who Loved Me Part.4" ("Wherever") (2020)
  • "Bunny and Guys X Baek A Yeon" ("Sweet Home") (2021)
  • "Monthly Magazine Home OST Part.7" ("Stay With Me") (2021)



  • Let's Only Walk The Flower Road (KBS, 2017)

Reality shows

  • K-pop Star 1 (SBS, 2011) - contestant
  • King of Mask Singer (MBC, 2016) - contestant (Episodes 83-34)

Music video appearances

  • 15& - "Somebody" (2012)


Main article: Baek A Yeon/Gallery


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