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After her group's disbandment in 2003, she has transitioned to acting and has since starred in television dramas Let's Eat 2 (2015), Another Oh Hae-young (2016) and Romantic Doctor, Teacher Kim (2016-2017). She was praised by viewers on how wonderful she portrayed such an ordinary and relatable character.
But she said the character that most resembled her real-life personality was the foodie freelance writer in Let's Eat 2 (2015), adding that she "didn't realize how much fun shooting a lively and comical drama could be." Her popularity grew rapidly after the hit drama Another Oh Hae-young (2016), which she starred alongside Eric Mun.
Starred in the movie titled 'White' Cast in the 2011 K-Drama 'Queen Insoo' Was in the variety show 'We Got Married' with Lee Jangwoo Cast in the 2012 Drama titled "Five Fingers" Appeared in 2009 drama Queen Seon Duk. My School Cast in the 2012 Drama titled "Haeundae Lovers" Birth Name: Jeon Bo-ram (전보람) Date of birth: March 22, 1986 Position: Vocalist Released solo EP in 2008 titled From Memory.
Appeared solo on the cover of Ceci Magazine in October 2009. Appeared in T-ara & Supernova's TTL (Time to Love) music video Cameod in 2010 movie Death Bell 2. Birth name: Park In-jung (박인정) changed to Park Soyeon Date of birth: October 5, 1987 Position: Main Vocalist Won Gold in 2005 CMB Chin Chin Music Festival competition. Original Leader of Girls' Generation, but left before debut due to personal reasons Participated in the project group T-ara & Supernova for the song TTL (Time to Love) Starred in KBS Invincible Baseball (2009) Appeared in 2010 drama Giant. Released Digital single in 2008 titled Lucifer Project Vol 1.
Originally a five member group, they released their first song Good Person for the Cinderella Man OST in April 2009.
In June 2009 members Jiwon and Jiae left the group, ruining the original plans for debut.
In July 2009, Park and two of his TVXQ bandmates, Jaejoong and Junsu, filed a lawsuit against their South Korean agency S. After TVXQ's Japanese label announced a group hiatus in early 2010, they formed a new three member group initially known as JUNSU/JAEJOONG/YUCHUN in Japan. Both sides agreed to retiring every judicial accusation against each other and not interfering in each other's actions.