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Left to right: Soyou, Bora, Hyolyn, Dasom
Background information
Origin Seoul, South Korea
Genres K-pop, Hip Hop, Electronic Dance Music
Years active 2010–present
Labels Starship Entertainment
Associated acts Sistar19
Brave Brothers
Website Starship Entertainment (Profile)
Members Hyolyn
Korean name
Revised Romanization Ssiseuta
McCune–Reischauer Ssisŭt'a

Sistar (Hangul: 씨스타, often stylized as SISTAR) is a South Korean girl group formed in 2010 under the management of Starship Entertainment. The group consists of Hyolyn, Bora, Soyou and Dasom.[1][2][3]


2010: Pre-debut, Push Push, Shady Girl, and How Dare You[edit]

Sistar began their group activities early in 2010 with commercials and magazine photoshoots.[4]

The group made their official debut with the song "Push Push" on 1 June 2010.[5] On 3 June, Starship released the accompanying music video for Push Push.[6] Sistar had their debut performance on 4 June on Music Bank and continued promotions on various Korean music shows through 26 July.[7]

Sistar performing at the Daejon University Festival. (2010)

The group returned with their second single "Shady Girl" on 25 August along with a music video. The video featured Super Junior member Kim Heechul. The single was well received and charted much higher on Korean music charts than their debut single[8][9] The group also received a lot of media attention when a fan-taken video was uploaded online showing the group filming their performance at "Let’s Start Sharing Concert" on 28 August. During the middle of their performance member Bora suddenly fell onstage, prompting the other members to stop singing and assist her off the stage with the help of staff. Several minutes later, Bora returned to stage along with the other members to finish filming their performance. According to Starship Entertainment, she had fractured her thumb and would be treated for the next three weeks. The video went viral on the internet and was featured on G4's online show ‘Attack of the Show!', and an RTL Television Germany's news segment.[10][11] On 14 September Sistar was invited to perform in Japan's "Hallyu Music Festival" as the only Korean girl group present.[12] On 10 October Sistar was in Thailand performing "Push Push" and "Shady Girl" on Thailand's "Teen Superstar" show.[13]

Sistar performing How Dare You

The group eventually released their third single, "How Dare You" in November. The music video teaser was released on 23 November. The full music video was originally planned to be released the following day. However, the border skirmish between North and South Korea at Yeonpyeong Island caused the music video release to be pushed back almost a week, until 2 December.[14] "How Dare You" became a success as it swept Korean music charts and topped music sites like MelOn, Soribada, Bugs, Monkey3, and Daum Music making it Sistar's first number one single.[15] On 9 December the group attended the Golden Disk Awards, and won the "Newcomer Award."[16] On 27 December, Sistar won their first Music Bank award for "How Dare You."[17]

2011: Sistar19 and So Cool[edit]

On 27 April it was announced that Sistar would debut a sub-unit, "Sistar19," with members Hyolyn and Bora.[18] The teaser for their debut song "Ma Boy" was released on 29 April and the full music video on 2 May.[19][20] They released their digital single on 3 May.[21] Sistar19 had their debut performance on 5 May and promoted throughout May.[22]

Sistar returned on 21 July with an album entitled "So Cool."[23] The title song of the same name immediately topped Korean music charts upon its release.[24] "So Cool" was the inaugural number one song on the Billboard K-POP Top 100 chart after the chart's launch on 25 August.[25] On 11 September Sistar won their first "Mutizen Award" at Inkigayo.[26]

2012: Alone & Loving U[edit]

In early April it was announced that Sistar was going to broadcast their comeback "So Cool" showcase globally in 41 countries.[27] They made their comeback on 12 April with a mini album entitled "Alone," containing six songs produced by Brave Brothers.[28]

On 11 June Starship announced that Sistar would be making a summer comeback with a dance track. Sistar would be re-entering the market while their hit song "Alone" was still on live charts.[29] Their comeback was a mini-album entitled "Loving U." The mini-album contained the title track, "Loving U", produced by Duble Sidekick, one new song "Holiday" and remixes of the groups' past hits ("Alone", "Ma Boy", "So Cool", "How Dare You" and "Push Push").[30] Sistar released the music video of "Loving U" on 28 June.[31] Shortly after its release, "Loving U" achieved an "all-kill" by topping all major online music charts in South Korea.[32]

2013: Give It to Me[edit]

On 24 December news was released that Sistar19 was gearing up for a comeback in January.[33] On 23 January teasers for Sistar19's comeback were released [34] Sistar19 released their first single album and the music video for the title track Gone Not Around Any Longer on 30 January. Upon its release "Gone Not Around Any Longer" topped all music charts.[35] It went on to hit Melon's roof and achieved a certified perfect all-kill from Instiz for two consecutive weeks. On 21 February, Hyolyn, stated that they are going to prepare for Sistar's second studio album after they've done with Sistar19's promotions.[36]

On 3 June Starship Entertainment's official Twitter account released a statement that Sistar's second full album, Give It To Me was set to be released on 11 June with a title track of the same name.[37] On 5 June Starship Entertainment's official Twitter account released a teaser image of all 4 members, saying that they would be going for the Moulin Rouge theme.[38]

Sistar represented South Korea in the ABU TV Song Festival on 26 October at ABU TV Song Festival 2013 in Hanoi, Vietnam performing the title track from their latest album "Give It to Me".[39]

Hyolyn's Solo debut[edit]

Hyolyn made her debut with two title tracks entitled 'Lonely' and 'One Way Love' and took the top spot on all major music charts in Korea hours after their release. On 26 November, after 'One Way Love' was released at midnight (KST), all the songs from her album 'Love and Hate' charted in the top 10 on music charts Bugs and Soribada.[40] The title track 'One Way Love' was produced by Brave Brothers. The second title track 'Lonely' was produced by Kim Da Hoon. The album also features Korean rappers such as Mad Clown, Block B's Zico, Dok2 and Geeks' Lil' Boy.[41] On 26 November, Hyolyn held a successful media showcase in celebration of the release of her solo album at Seoul Ilchi Art Hall.[42]

In addition, Hyolyn held a stage on an Mnet "Exclusive Special" titled 'Hyolyn's Love and Hate' on 28 November 11pm (KST) in which she performed songs from her debut album as well as popular Sistar tracks with her group members.[43]

2014: Touch My Body, I Swear and Success in Solo Activities[edit]

Hyolyn and Soyou topped music charts with duets and collaboration projects while Bora and Dasom have acted, respectively, in the SBS drama "Dr. Stranger" and the KBS drama "Love Rides the Song." On 5 June it was revealed that SISTAR would be having a comeback in early July with a currently unnamed mini-album. Soyou had previously mentioned SISTAR's comeback during her appearance on the SBS Power FM "Cultwo Show." [44] Starship confirmed that SISTAR will not work with their go-to producers Brave Brothers and Duble Sidekick and will instead team up with composers Rado and Choi Kyu Sung for their new song. Starship also confirmed that the group will be making their return on 21 July.[45]

On 14 July 2014 was released the first teaser of their next single titled Touch My Body. On 17 July 2014 LOEN Entertainment released the second teaser of Touch My Body. The full music video was released on 21 July 2014.[46]

On 21 July 2014 Sistar officially released their third mini album, "Touch & Move." "Touch My Body" was featured as the title track.[47] On 18 August 2014 it was announced that Sistar would make another comeback right after the promotions of Touch My Body with the release of the song I Swear set for 26 August 2014.[48]


Stage name Birth name Date of Birth
Romanized Hangul Romanized Hangul
Bora 보라 Yoon Bora 윤보라 (1990-01-30) 30 January 1990 (age 24)
Hyolyn 효린 Kim Hyojung 김효정 (1991-01-11) 11 January 1991 (age 23)
Soyou 소유 Kang Jihyun 강지현 (1992-02-12) 12 February 1992 (age 22)
Dasom 다솜 Kim Dasom 김다솜 (1993-05-06) 6 May 1993 (age 21)


Main article: Sistar19

A subgroup, Sistar19, debuted in 2011, with Sistar's main vocalist Hyolyn and rapper Bora.[50] A single, "Ma Boy", was released in May 2011.[51] "Gone Not Around Any Longer" was released in January 2013.[52] The single hit number one on all major Korean music charts.[53] The subgroup’s name is “SISTAR19″ because "the duo’s theme is based on the feelings of a 19 year old girl transitioning into a woman. The duo will perform music that represents the innocence and anxiety of a 19 year old as their songs have a central theme of love."[54]


Main article: Sistar discography

Studio albums[edit]

Extended plays[edit]

Single albums[edit]



  • 2012: Femme Fatale[55]
  • 2013: Live Concert: S[56]
  • 2014: Live Concert: S - Hong Kong[57]



Year Show Member(s) Notes Episode(s)
2011 Immortal Song 2 Hyolyn Original cast member ep 1–15 & 25[58]
Sistar & LeeTeuk's Hello Baby Hyolyn, Bora, Soyou and Dasom Raising 15-month old toddler, Kim Kyu-min[59]
Hello Counselor Hyolyn, Bora Guest with Kim Wan Sun ep 54
Invincible Youth 2 Bora G8 member[60]
2012 Dream High 2 Hyolyn Hyolyn stars as the leader of girl group HershE[61]
Hello Counselor Hyolyn, Bora, Soyou and Dasom Guest with Jo Kwon ep 82
Running Man Hyolyn, Bora, Soyou and Dasom ep 75 & 95[62]
Let's Go Dream Team! Season 2 Hyolyn, Bora, Soyou and Dasom Guest with Miss A ep 161[63]
Shut Up Family Dasom This sitcom marks Dasom's debut as an actress. She plays a two faced high school student, Woo Da Yoon[64]
1 Night 2 Days Bora First female guest for 1N2D's second season ep 19[65]
Immortal Song 2 Hyolyn "King of Kings" Special ep 71 & 72[66]
Shinhwa Broadcast Hyolyn, Bora, Soyou and Dasom "I Love You More Studio" Special ep 45 & 46[67][68]
Infinite Challenge Hyolyn, Bora, Soyou and Dasom Infinite Company 8th Anniversary - The Musical #2 ep 332
Let's Go Dream Team! Season 2 Hyolyn, Bora, Soyou and Dasom Archery Rival Match with 4Minute ep 188[69]
Mamma Mia Dasom, Soyou ep 10 & 27
1 Night 2 Days Hyolyn, Bora, Soyou and Dasom Guest, Bokbulbok Festival Part 2 ep 444[70]
Immortal Song 2 Hyolyn, Bora, Soyou and Dasom DJ DOC and Choi Jinhee Specials[71]
Running Man Hyolyn, Dasom, Bora ep 162 & 174
Melody of Love Dasom Dasom plays the role of Gong Deul Im who is an aspiring musical actress[72]
Music Bank Bora MC with Park Seo-joon 25 October 2013 ― present[73]
Fashion King Korea Bora Contestant, runner-up[74]
Hello Counselor Hyolyn, Bora, Soyou, and Dasom ep 128
Hello Counselor Hyolyn Guest with Insooni, Sonya, and The One ep 150
The Great Marriage Soyou Soyou’s parents-in-law in the show were the famous singer couple, Kim Tae Hwa and Jung Hoon Hee ep 10 ― 22 (end)[75]
Real Men (TV series) Hyolyn, Bora, Soyou Christmas Special with Miss A[76]
2014 Immortal Song 2 Hyolyn Rival Special
Midnight in Hong Kong with Sistar Hyolyn, Bora, Soyou Y-STAR special broadcast[77]
Hello Counselor Dasom Guest with Baek Sung-hyun and Im Chang-jung ep 164
Doctor Stranger Bora Bora plays as Lee Chang Yi
Hello Counselor Hyolyn, Bora, Soyou, and Dasom ep 180
Running Man Bora Guest with Choi Minho, Hwang Chansung, Kim Sung-kyu, Hoya (singer), Jinyoung (singer), and Kang Min-hyuk ep 201[78]
Running Man Soyou Guest with Lee Taemin, Kai, Sehun, Moon Hee-joon, Eun Ji-won, Danny Ahn, and Chun Myung-hoon ep 209[79]
Immortal Songs 2 Hyolyn Michael Bolton Special


Date Names of Performances Place
29 August 2010 Y-STAR LIVE POWER
23 August 2011 K-POP Girls in Love in Power LIVE in HK 2011 Hong Kong
11 February 2011 HP ENVY Seoul
17 April 2011 MBC Korean Music Wave in Bangkok 2011 Thailand
13 August 2011 Kpop in Incheon 2011 Incheon
20 August 2011 K-POP in Japan Japan
9 October 2011 KBS New York Korea Festival 2011 Overpeck Park, New Jersey
28 October 2011 2011 K-POP SUPER CONCERT Korea
12 November 2011 K-POP Music Festival in Sydney Sydney
20 November 2011 K-Friends 2011 Taipei Taiwan
25-26 Nov 2011 Billboard K-Pop Masters Concert MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada
8 February 2012 Music Bank in Paris Paris
6 April 2012 Music Bank in Vietnam Vietnam
7 April 2012 MBC Korean Music Wave in Bangkok 2012 Thailand
26 April 2012 M!CountDown Hello-Japan Japan
12 May 2012 Dream Concert 2012 Seoul
21 May 2012 MBC Korean Music Wave in Google California Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, California
4 October 2012 One Asia Tour 2012 M! Countdown Smile – Thailand Thailand
20 October 2012 Love Concert in Kobe
10 November 2012 SBS K-Pop Super Concert in America Verizon Amphitheater, Irvine, California
8 December 2012 Ride-ing Concert Daemyung Vivaldi Park(Gangwon-do)
12 December 2012 STAYG4 GMARKET CONCERT Seoul
31 January 2013 Television Broadcasts (TVB) Golden Viva Spectacular in Korea Seoul Student Gymnasium
9 March 2013 Music Bank in Jakarta Indonesia
30 March 2013 SISTAR & TAHITI Concert in Phnom Penh (Koh Pich Theater) Cambodia
24 April 2013 M! Countdown Hello Taiwan Taiwan
23–24 May 2013 KPOP Dream Live Concert LIVE in Malaysia 2013 Malaysia
12 April 2014 LA K-Pop Festival Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, California
8 August 2014 Shinzu'i White Concert Indonesia


Year Commercial Members Note
2010 Plastic Island All Until 2014
Samsung YEPP with Jang Keun-suk
Chrono's Sword
Samsung Galaxy Tab
2011 Dizzle Game
Puma [80]
Banila Co Hyolyn [81]
2012 CLRIDE.N All [82]
Hyundai Veloster Turbo
Solar C Until 2014[83]
Pelicana Chicken
Holika Holika with Jung Il Woo[84]
Samsung Galaxy S III [85]
Lotte Liquor Hyolyn Until 2014 [86]
Haemoramin Bora
Mirror War All
Korando C [87]
Let's Be Cafe
Snickers [88]
2013 Nepa Isenberg with Seo In-guk
Ocean World [89]
White Milk
11st Until 2014[90]
Clarisonic Bora Until 2014, with Yoo Yeon-seok
2014 Coca-Cola Sun's Mate Tea Hyolyn
California Almonds
Adidas Women Bora



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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
with "Catch Me"
South Korea in the ABU TV Song Festival
with "Give It to Me"
Succeeded by
[to be determined]