Hwayobi

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Hwayobi
Hwayobi in Cyworld Dream Music Festival.jpg
Hwayobi at the Cyworld Dream Music Festival, July 23, 2011
Background information
Birth name Park Re-a
Born (1982-02-11) February 11, 1982 (age 32)
Gunsan, North Jeolla Province, South Korea
Origin South Korea
Genres K-pop, R&B
Years active 2000-present
Website Gloworks Ent, Hwayobi's Minihompi
Korean name
Hangul 박레아
Hanja
Revised Romanization Bak Re-a
McCune–Reischauer Pak Re-a
Stage name
Hangul 박화요비
Hanja
Revised Romanization Bak Hwayobi
McCune–Reischauer Pak Hwayobi

Park Hwayobi (February 11, 1982), more commonly known as Hwayobi, is a female South Korean R&B singer.[1]

Profile[edit]

Hwayobi is regarded South Korea’s “Queen of R&B,” renowned for her beautiful, soulful voice and powerful performances. Not just a singer, but a lyricist and composer, she makes many of her own songs. Hwayobi’s talent earned her awards for Best Female R&B artist and Best Female Ballad Singer from the Korean Entertainment Art Awards in 2005 and 2006. Having been in the industry since her debut in 2000, she has over ten albums, some in Japanese. Her appearance on the variety show We Got Married in 2008 helped boost her popularity among the Korean public, and she has most recently been featured on Immortal Song.[2]

Discography[edit]

Korean Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • 2000.06.30: My All
  • 2001.09.15: Nineteen Plus One
  • 2002.10.09: Because I Love You
  • 2004.07.08: Soul Saver
  • 2006.02.09: 5˚
  • 2007.08.01: Kiss in Yesterday
  • 2008.03.13: Sunshine
  • 2010.05.27: Hwayobi

Mini albums (EPs)[edit]

  • 2009.02.05: This is Love
  • 2009.08.06: Summer
  • 2010.10.14: 나 같은 여자 (A Woman Like Me)
  • 2011.07.05: Reborn
  • 2012.11.23: I Am

Korean Singles[edit]

  • 2009.05.27: 2009 No.1 Diva's Love - Once
  • 2011.02.10: Digital Single Hwayobi Ft. TaeHa - Stay With Me

Compilations[edit]

  • 2003.10.24: Best: Across the Romantic Bridge
  • 2007.08.01: Remake: Kiss in Yesterday
  • 2009.07.01: Best: The Gold

Japanese Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • 2006: 火曜飛 (Hwayobi)

Japanese Singles[edit]

  • 2004.11.17: Fly Again
  • 2005.02.23: 天国の記憶 (Tengoku no Kioku)

Drama soundtracks[edit]

  • 2004.10.12: 두번째 프러포즈 OST (Second Propose) : Track 03 - 잊혀진 계절
  • 2005.05.25: 패션 70's OST (Fashion 70's) : Track 08 - 그림자
  • 2008.12.24: 스타의 연인 OST (Star's Lover) : Track 02 - 내겐 어려운 그 말
  • 2009.10.29: 수상한 삼형제 OST (Three Brothers) : Track 05 - 마취 (Anesthesia)
  • 2009.11.09: 내 눈에 콩깍지 OST (The Relation Of Face, Mind And Love) : Track 05 - 사랑탓 (Love Fault)
  • 2010.02.16: OB/GYN Doctors OST : Track 02 - 늦은 사랑 (Late Love)
  • 2011.05.28 Miss Ripley OST Part.1 (미스리플리)유리 (Glass)
  • 2012.02.20 Korean Peninsula OST Part.2 (한반도)만약에 우리 둘 중 하나라도 (If We Were)
  • 2012.02.20 Korean Peninsula OST Part.2 (한반도)Cheonguk (천국)
  • 2012.12.10 My Love, Madame Butterfly OST Part.2 (내 사랑 나비부인)

Collaborations[edit]

Released Artist Title Tracks
2001.06.07 Brown Eyes 벌써 1년 Track 05 Geu Nyuh Ga Na Reul Bo Neh (그녀가 나를 보네; adlib)
2001.12.?? Rich I Have A Dream Track 05 Without You
2002.04.08 Jun So Young (전소영) Jun So Young Vol.1 Track 10 Irony
2002.05.29 Various Artists 2002 FIFA World Cup Official Album - Songs of Korea/Japan Track 07 Dream
2002.06.28 Leessang Leessang of Honey Family Track 16 끝으로
2004.09.23 Honey Family Slow & Jam Track 04 좋은 아침
2006.02.01 Various Artists 12 Memories of Love Track 05 Stars
Track 06 사랑한 그 날엔
2007.01.09 KCM Break Out January Track 02 사랑이 올까봐
2008.07.10 Lee Ki Chan Singing All My Songs For You Track 05 1분만 안아줄래 ; adlib
2008.10.10 Untouchable It's Okay Track 01 It's Okay
2009.02.19 Kim Dong Wook 감성적 포유류 Track 05 Feedback
2009.12.03 Double Trouble (더블트러블) Double Trouble Single: TV Star Track 01 TV Star (TV스타)

Awards[edit]

  • Seoul Music Awards Rookie of the Year (2000)
  • The 12th Republic of Korea Entertainment Art Award category R&B Singer Women (2005)
  • The 13th Korea Entertainment Art Awards "Best Ballad Artist (Female)" (2006)
  • MBC Broadcast Entertainment Awards Best Brand Award Prize (2008)

Variety Shows[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "화요비". Daum. Retrieved 3 April 2014. 
  2. ^ "Hwayobi Returns With "I Am"". Seoulbeats. 29 November 2012. Retrieved 3 April 2014. 
  3. ^ "Fei and Hwayobi spill tears on 'Master Chef Korea Celebrity'". Allkpop. 7 March 2013. Retrieved 3 April 2014. 

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