Jeon Bo Ram

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Jeon Bo Ram
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Boram in a concert in Hong Kong in August 2013
Background information
Native name 전보람
Birth name Jeon Bo Ram
Born (1986-03-22) March 22, 1986 (age 28)
South Korea
Genres K-pop
Occupation(s) Actress, singer
Years active 2008–present
Labels Core Contents Media, Mnet Media
Associated acts T-ara
Website Boram on Twitter
Korean name
Hangul 전보람
Hanja 全보람[1]
Revised Romanization Jeon Bo-ram
McCune–Reischauer Chŏn Po-ram

Jeon Bo Ram (sometimes spelled Jeon Boram – Hangul: ; Hanja: 全보람; Japanese: チョン ボラム; born March 22, 1986), is a South Korean idol, singer, actress and a member of girl group T-ara.

Biography[edit]

1986-2008: Early life[edit]

Boram was born on March 22, 1986. Her father is Jeon Youngrok, who was a hugely popular singer in South Korea in the 70's and 80's. Her mother is Lee Mi Young, a well-known actress. She is a 3rd generation artist in Korea as both her Grandfather, Hwang Hae, and grandmother, Baek Sul Hee, were both famous singers. Her younger sister, Wooram, is a member of a Korean girl group called D-Unit.

Boram has studied at the Myungji University, enrolling in the Dept. of Theatre and Visual Arts, same as group member Qri.

2008-2009: Career beginnings[edit]

Boram released one album and a single prior to her debut in T-ara. "From Memory" was released in November 14, 2008 and "Lucifer Project Vol 1. 愛" was released in April 15, 2008.

2009-present: T-ara[edit]

Main article: T-ara

Boram was the first new member to be added to T-ara after two former members, Jiae and Jiwon, quit the group in mid-2009. She was contacted by the CEO of Core Contents Media after he watched a video clip of Boram dancing to BoA's "My Name".

It was announced on July 15, 2010 that she will take over Eunjung's position as the second leader of T-ara, following the addition of new member Hwayoung.[2]

In 2010, she was cast in a one-episode film of KBS's Purple Heeled Grim Reaper is Coming.

In 2011, she was involved in a musical called "I Really Really Like You" with her father. Boram passed on her leadership to fellow member Hyomin in July 2011.[3]

Discography[edit]

Main article: T-ara discography
Year Album Song Notes
2008 From Memory Solo
2013 Bunny Style! "Shabondama no Yukue (シャボン玉のゆくえ)" With Qri
2013 Bunny Style! "Maybe Maybe" Solo

Filmography[edit]

Television drama[edit]

Year Show title Role
2009 Soul Shin So Yi
2010 KBS Master of Study Cameo
2010 Purple Heeled Grim Reaper is Coming Ami

Movie[edit]

Year Title Role
2002 The Romantic President Cameo
2010 Death Bell 2: Bloody Camp Cameo
2011 Gisaeng Ghost Cameo

Variety show[edit]

Year Title Network
2009 Radio Star MBC
2009 Star King SBS
2010 Star Golden Bell KBS
2010 Taxi tvN
2010 Star King SBS
2010 You Hee-yeol's Sketchbook KBS
2010 Dream Girls Mnet
2010 Hello Baby KBS
2010 Bouquet MBC
2011 Star King SBS
2011 WIn Win KBS2
2011 Challenge 1000 Song KBS2
2011 1 vs. 100 KBS
2012 Everyone's Weekly Idol MBC
2012 Naughty Boys JTBC
2013 SimSimTaPa MBC
2013 Hello Counselor KBS
2014 Everyone's Weekly Idol MBC
2014 Moon Hee-jun Pure 15+ Mnet

Other Work[edit]

Musical[edit]

Year Title Role
2011 I Really Really Like You Musical as Hong Jung-Hwa
2014 The Lost Garden Musical as Mercy

Music Video appearances[edit]

Year Title Artist
2007 "Feeling you" Kebee
2010 "Tik Tok Cass Beer CF" 2PM

Endorsements[edit]

Year Title
2007 Public Information Office
2008 Luna Cosmetics
2011 Crown Sando with her Father Jeon Young Rok
2013 OranC with Jeon Young Rok and her sister Jeon Wooram

References[edit]

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