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UEE (유이) is a South Korean singer and actress currently under King Entertainment. She is a former member of the girl group After School and its sub-unit After School Red.



In 2007, UEE was set to debut as a member of Five Girls, a five-member girl group under Good Entertainment. However, due to financial issues, the group was disbanded before they could debut. Other members of Five Girls included Yubin, G.NA, Jun Hyo Seong, and Yang Ji Won.[1]

2009: Debut with After School

On April 9, 2009, UEE made her official debut as a second-generation member of After School with the digital single "Diva".

2017: Graduation from After School

On May 31, 2017, Pledis Entertainment announced UEE's graduation from the group and departure from the agency after eight years of activities.[2]

The next day, June 1, Yuleum Entertainment announced that UEE had signed on with the agency.[3]

2019: New agency

On July 4, 2019, King Entertainment announced that UEE had signed on with the agency.[4]

Personal life


On May 2, 2016, it was revealed UEE was in a relationship with actor Lee Sang Yoon.[5] On January 25, 2017, it was announced the couple had broken up due to busy schedules.[6]

On July 14, 2017, it was announced UEE and singer Kangnam had been dating for three months after meeting as cast members on the variety show Law of the Jungle.[7] However, two weeks later on August 1, both sides confirmed they had broken up.[8]



  • JR - "Sok Sok Sok" (2011)
  • Jungah - "Hero" (2013)


Television dramas

  • The Great Queen Seondeok (2009)
  • You’re Beautiful (2009)
  • My Girlfriend is a Nine Tailed Fox (2010) - cameo
  • Ojakgyo Family (2011)
  • Birdie Buddy (2011)
  • Sent From Heaven (2012)
  • Jeon Woo-Chi” (2012)
  • Golden Rainbow (2013)
  • Ho-Gu’s Love (2015)
  • High Society (2015)
  • She Was Pretty (2015) - cameo
  • Marriage Contract (2016)
  • Night Light” (2016)
  • Manhole (2017)
  • My Contracted Husband, Mr. Oh (2018)
  • My Only One (2018)

Variety shows

  • We Got Married (MBC, 2009)
  • Night After Night (MBC, 2010) - MC

Music shows

  • Music Bank (KBS2, 2011–2012) - MC