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For other people known as 'Younha', see Yoonha.

Younha (Korean: 윤하, Japanese; ユンナ) is a South Korean singer and songwriter under C9 Entertainment.

She originally debuted in Japan with the single "Yubikiri -Japanese version-" on October 20, 2004 before officially debuting in Korea on December 17, 2006 with her debut stage on SBS's Inkigayo for the single "Audition".

Discography

Korean

Studio albums

  • The Perfect Day to Say I Love You (2007)
    • The Perfect Day to Say I Love You (Special Edition) (2007)
  • Someday (2008)
  • 3rd Album
    • Peace Love & Ice Cream (Part A) (2009)
    • Growing Season (Part B) (2009)
  • Supersonic (2012)
  • Rescue (2017)
  • End Theory (2021)

Mini albums

Remake albums

  • Comet (2007)

Single albums

Digital singles

  • "Audition" (2006)
  • "One Shot" (2010)
  • "It's Beautiful" (2011)
  • "우리 달라졌을까" (2012)
  • "Unacceptable" (2013)
  • "Please Tell Me" (2013)
  • "Nothing" (2014)
  • "Umbrella" (2014)
  • "Wasted" (2014)
  • "Think About You" (2015)
  • "Hashtag" (2015)
  • "Take Five" (2017)
  • "Hello" (2017)
  • "Rain Song" (2022)

Promotional singles

  • "All-Day, Everyday" (with Kanto) (2014)

Collaborations

Features

OSTs

Japanese

Studio albums

  • Go! Younha (2005)
  • Hitotsu Sora no Shita (2010)

Best albums

  • Songs -Teen's Collection- (2008)

Mini albums

  • People (2014)
  • View (2015)

Singles

  • "Yubikiri" (2004)
  • "Yubikiri -Japanese version-" (2004)
  • "Houkiboshi" (2005)
  • "Motto Futari de" (2005)
  • "Tatchi / Yume no Tsuzuki" (2005)
  • "My Lover" (2005)
  • "Te wo Tsunaide" (2006)
  • "Ima ga Daisuki" (2006)
  • "Hakanaku Tsuyoku" (2007)
  • "Girl" (2009)
  • "Sukinanda" (2009)

Filmography

Variety shows

Trivia

  • Zodiac Sign: Taurus
  • Chinese Zodiac Sign: Dragon
  • She is trilingual and is able to speak three languages fluently.
    • The following languages she can fluently speak are Korean, Japanese and English.
  • She moved to Japan in 2003, debuted with her career the year afterward in October and 2005, and moved back to South Korea in 2006.
    • Younha then debuted in Korea in December 2006 as well as returning to Japan in 2009.

Gallery

Official links

Korean
Japanese


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