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Yuri (유리) is a South Korean singer under SM Entertainment. She is a member of the girl group Girls' Generation and its sub-unit Girls' Generation-Oh!GG.

She made her solo debut on October 4, 2018 with her first mini album The First Scene.

Career

2007: Debut with Girls' Generation

She debuted as a member of Girls' Generation on August 5, 2007 with the group's first single "Into the New World".

2018: Girls' Generation-Oh!GG, solo debut

On September 5, 2018, Yuri debuted as a member of Girls' Generation's second sub-unit Girls' Generation-Oh!GG with their first single "Lil' Touch".

She made her solo debut on October 4, 2018 with her first mini album The First Scene.

Personal life

Relationship

On April 14, 2015, local news source Dispatch reported that Yuri was dating baseball player Oh Seung Hwan. Later that day, the news was confirmed by SM Entertainment.[1] On October 14 of the same year, it was revealed the couple had broken up after six months of dating due to difficulties of a long-distance relationship.[2]

Discography

Mini albums

Collaborations

OSTs

  • "Working Mom OST" ("Kkok" with Sooyoung) (2008)
  • "No Breathing OST" ("Bling Star" with Masyta Band) (2013)
  • "No Breathing OST" ("Twinkle Twinkle" with Masyta Band) (2013)
  • "A Week Delay of Farewell OST Part.1" ("Time of the Time") (2021)

Filmography

Films

  • Attack on the Pin-Up Boys (2007)
  • I Am. (2012)
  • No Breathing (2013)
  • SMTOWN The Stage (2015)
  • Breakup Probation, A Week (2020)
  • Dolphin (2023)

Dramas

  • Unstoppable Marriage (KBS2, 2007–2008)
  • Fashion King (SBS, 2012)
  • Kill Me, Heal Me (MBC, 2015) - cameo
  • Local Hero (OCN, 2016)
  • Gogh, The Starry Night (Sohu & SBS, 2016)
  • Innocent Defendant (SBS, 2017)
  • The Sound of Your Heart: Reboot (Netflix, 2018)
  • Dae Jang Geum Is Watching (MBC, 2018)
  • The Sound of Your Heart: Reboot Season 2 (Netflix, 2018)
  • Bossam: Steal the Fate (MBN, 2021)
  • Break-up Suspension (SBS, 2021)
  • Racket Boys (SBS, 2021) - cameo
  • Good Job (ENA, 2022)

Music shows

Music video appearances

Variety shows

  • Girls' Generation Factory Girl (Mnet, 2008)
  • Girls' Generation's Horror Movie Factory (MBC, 2009)
  • Girls' Generation Hello Baby (KBS1, 2009)
  • Girls' Generation Goes to School (Mnet, 2009)
  • Right Now It's Girls' Generation (Y-Star, 2010)
  • Girls' Generation an the Dangerous Boys (jTBC, 2011)
  • Channel Girls' Generation (Onstyle, 2015)
  • Girls For Rest (jTBC, 2018)
  • Rooftop Makgeolli (Channel A, 2018)
  • Yuri's Winning Recipe 2 (Lifestyle, 2021)

Survival shows

  • Dancing 9 Season 1 (Mnet, 2013) - coach
  • My Teenage Girl (MBC, 2021) - legendary artist

Producing and writing credits

  • All credits adapted from KOMCA, unless stated.[3]
Artist Song Album Type
2010
Girls' Generation "Mistake" Hoot Writing
2013
Girls' Generation "Baby Maybe" I Got a Boy Writing
"XYZ"
2017
Girls' Generation "It's You" Holiday Night Writing

Endorsements

  • Dongil Highvill Lake City (2006)
  • Orion Chocopie (2006)
  • Hot Choco Mite (2006)
  • Biotherm (2010)
  • Everland's Caribbean Bay (2010)
  • Dior (2011)
  • Amore Pacific (2012)
  • Mamonde (2012-2014)
  • Urban Decay Naked Palette (2015)
  • Liz-K (2015-2016)
  • BARREL (2016)
  • Blackey Jeans (2016-2017)

Awards and nominations

Year Recipient Award Won
Asia Artist Awards
2021 Yuri AAA Best Acting Award Won[4]

Trivia

  • Her MBTI personality type is ENFJ (The Protagonist).[5]
  • She has two younger cousins: Vivian Cha (a popular South Korean model and TV personality) and TRI.BE's SongSun (she and SongSun are first cousins).[6][7][8][9]

Gallery

Main article: Yuri (Girls' Generation)/Gallery

References

Official links

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