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Kwon Eun Bi (권은비; or simply Eunbi), formerly known as Kazoo (카쥬), is a South Korean singer-songwriter and musical actress under Woollim Entertainment. She is a former member of the girl groups Ye-A and IZ*ONE.

She made her solo debut with her first mini album Open, on August 24, 2021.

Career

2014: Ye-A

On July 18, 2014, Eunbi, then under the stage name Kazoo, debuted as a member of the girl group Ye-A with their first digital single "National Treasure".

In October 2014, Kiroy Company's CEO revealed the group's new lineup, which no longer included Eunbi.

2018–2021: Produce 48, IZ*ONE

On May 11, 2018, she was revealed as a contestant on Produce 48, where she would be representing Woollim Entertainment. She ranked 7th overall, thus becoming a member and leader of IZ*ONE.[2] The group officially debuted on October 29 with their first mini-album Color*IZ.

On April 29, 2021, IZ*ONE disbanded after their special contract was concluded. Then, Eunbi returned to Woollim as a trainee.

2021: Solo debut

On July 17, 2021, in an interview with ESQUIRE Korea, Eunbi stated she is currently working on a solo album to be released before the end of the year.[3]

On August 5, Star News reported that she would be releasing her solo album on August 24, which was later confirmed by Woollim.[4][5] On August 24, Eunbi made her solo debut with her first mini album Open and its title track "Door".

2022: Color and musical theater endeavors

On March 21, 2022, a coming soon poster was posted on her Twitter account which revealed that Eun Bi will be releasing her second mini album, Color, on April 4.[6]

On March 24, Eun Bi was confirmed to be one of the actresses playing Seo Haena for the musical Midnight Sun. The first performance was on May 3 with the last being on June 26.[7]

Discography

Korean

Mini albums

Digital singles

OSTs

Japanese

Collaborations

Producing and writing credits

  • All credits adapted from KOMCA, unless stated.[8]
Artist Song Album Type
2020
IZ*ONE "Spaceship" Bloom*IZ Writing, composing
Danbi "Hold Your Hands" "Hold Your Hands" Writing
IZ*ONE "With*One" Oneiric Diary Writing, composing, arranging
2021
IZ*ONE "평행우주 (Parallel Universe)" N/A Writing, composing
Rocket Punch "Let's Dance" Bubble Up! Writing, arranging
Herself "Door" Open Writing, composing
"Rain"

Concerts

  • Kwon Eun Bi 1st Concert "Secret Doors" (2022)

Filmography

Reality shows

Music video appearances

Musical theater

  • Midnight Sun[7] (2022)

Endorsements

  • Pepsi (2021)

Trivia

  • She graduated from the School of Performing Arts Seoul in the dance department.[9]
  • Before debuting with Ye-A, she worked as a back-up dancer for acts such as Secret and Girl's Day[10]
  • She was part of a choreography team before her debut in Ye-A.[11]
    • She'd like to do some MC work as well.[9]
  • Prior to debuting with IZ*ONE, she trained for 5 years and 6 months.[12]
  • Her hobbies are discovering dessert restaurants, shopping and running.[12]
  • Her specialties are dancing, impersonations and POP art.[12]
  • She is most confident in dancing K-pop choreographies and girls hip-hop routines.[9]
  • She and XENO-T's Sangwon were born on the exact same day.

Gallery

Main article: Kwon Eun Bi/Gallery

References

Official links

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