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Hani (하니) is a South Korean singer and actress currently under Sublime Artist Agency. She is a member of the girl group EXID and its sub-unit SoljiHani.

Career

2012: Debut with EXID

She debuted as a member of EXID on February 16, 2012 with the group's first digital single "Holla".

2019: Departure from Banana Culture

On May 12, Banana Culture released a statement, revealing that the EXID's members contracts would expire at the end of May, adding that Jeonghwa and Hani decided not to renew them. It was also reported that despite not continuing with the company, the group would not disband, but would enter in a hiatus until the members who left had the opportunity to have their own individual careers.[1] The group made a comeback on May 15, with the mini album We.

On May 30, Jeonghwa and Hani published a letter each to fans, confirming their departure from the company after the end of the "Me & You" promotions.[2]

On October 11, it was confirmed that Hani signed with Sublime Artist Agency for an exclusive contract.[3]

Personal life

Relationship

On January 1, 2016, local news source Dispatch reported that Hani and JYJ's Xiah Junsu were dating. Later that day, the report was confirmed by C-JeS Entertainment.[4]

On September 13, 2016, it was revealed the couple had broken up due to busy schedules.[5]

Discography

Collaborations

Features

OSTs

  • "She's So Lovable OST" (2014) ("Kiss Me" with Baek Jong Yoon)
  • "Moorim School OST Part 2" (2016) ("Fire")

Filmography

Movies

  • Run Off (2016) - cameo
  • Young Adults Matter (2021)

Dramas

  • The Producers (KBS2, 2015) - cameo
  • XX (MBC, 2020)
  • The Spies Who Loved Me (MBC, 2020)
  • Not Yet 30 (KakaoTV, 2021)
  • You Raise Me Up (Wavve, 2021)

Variety shows

  • Always Cantare (tvN, 2014)
  • Crime Scene 2 (JTBC, 2015)
  • A Style For You (KBS2, 2015)
  • Soulmates Returns (MNC Every 1, 2015)
  • Law of the Jungle in Nicaragua (SBS, 2015) - (Eps. 178–180)
  • Baek Jong-won's Three Great Emperors (SBS, 2015) - (Eps. 22–51)
  • We Are Siblings (KBS2, 2016)
  • King of Mask Singer (MBC, 2016) - (Eps. 47–48)
  • Weekly Idol (MB Every 1, 2016) - (Eps. 245–270)
  • Suddenly A Millionaire (Olive, 2017)
  • Law of the Jungle in Komodo (SBS, 2017) - (Eps. 274–278)
  • Law of the Jungle in Palawan (SBS, 2020)

Music video appearances

Gallery

References

Official links