J (South Korean singer)
J performing live in 2005.
|Birth name||Chung Jae Young|
|Also known as||J.ae|
May 2, 1978 Seoul, South Korea
|Occupation(s)||Singer-songwriter, Radio DJ, television presenter, MC|
J grew up in San Francisco, California, and later Springfield, Virginia, where she attended West Springfield High School. She was discovered when she won the local title in a regional Miss Korea beauty pageant in Washington, D.C.
In 2002, J was invited to contribute her talent to the FIFA World Cup's official album. Her song "Gotta Get Love" was featured on The Official Album of the 2002 FIFA World Cup Korea/Japan Edition.[better source needed]
In 2012, J hosted Arirang TV's The Sensation, a music-focused series that introduced traditional Korean instruments, music, and dance through multiple venues including concerts, studio audience tapings, and award-winning documentaries geared towards a world-wide English-speaking audience.
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|VOL. 1 - Blue/Gold (Double Album)||November, 1998||Korean||Seoul Records|
|VOL. 2 - In L.O.V.E.||April 21, 2000||Korean||Seoul Records|
|VOL. 2.5 - Chocolate||December 1, 2000||English||Seoul Records|
|VOL. 3 - Beautiful Ones||June 20, 2001||Korean||Pony Canyon|
|Best & Live (Greatest Hits)||December 19, 2001||Korean and English||Seoul Records|
|VOL. 4 - Dim The Lights||April 11, 2002||Korean||Seoul Records|
|VOL. 5 - The Crush of Love||September 23, 2004||Korean||Plyzen|
|Said I Love You (Digital Single)||April 24, 2006||Korean|
|In My Lifetime (Contemporary Christian)||January 15, 2007||Korean||Seoul Records|
|Tears (Digital Single)||June 18, 2007||Korean||SBSi|
|VOL. 6 - In love Again||November 7, 2007||Korean||Sony BMG|
|Alcohol & Naiveté (Digital Single)||January 29, 2008||Korean||Sony BMG|
|Love Child (J Electro Project)||August 26, 2008||Korean||Kingpin Entertainment|
|French Toast (Digital Single)||November 18, 2008||Korean||Sponge Entertainment|
|Sweet Dream (Digital Single)||February 24, 2009||Korean||AINS Digital|
|Dream Catcher (Digital Single)*||September 3, 2009||Korean||Paragon Music Corporation|
|With Me (Contemporary Christian)||October 5, 2009||Korean and English||Daughters of Paul|
|Dream (Feat. Supreme Team)||November 10, 2009||Korean||Paragon Music Corporation|
|Sentimental*||February 3, 2010||Korean||Paragon Music Corporation and Sony Music|
|VOL. 7 - Superstar*||June 30, 2011||Korean||Sony Music|
|Good Day (Mini Album)*||October 24, 2012||Korean and English||KT Music|
|Blue Sky (Single)||July 18, 2013||Korean||Neowiz|
|Happy Person*||November 25, 2013||Korean and English||Nastar Entertainment and LOEN Entertainment|
|*Available on iTunes|
|2000||Best R&B Performance||"As Yesterday" (어제처럼)[better source needed][not in citation given]||Nominated|
|2001||Best Female Artist||"The Saddest Words" (가장 슬픈 말)[better source needed]||Nominated|
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- "www.filmmusic.ru - 2002 FIFA World Cup Official Album - Songs of Korea/Japan (2002)". Archived from the original on 2014-03-28.
- "사이좋은 사람들 싸이월드" (in Korean). Cyworld.(Google translation)
- "Asia Heartbeat arirang". Arirang International Broadcasting Foundation.
- Lee, Sun-min (March 30, 2013). "Singer J to marry U.S. soldier". Korea Joonang Dail y. Retrieved March 28, 2014.
- "2000 MMF part 1". MAMA. Retrieved 2014-06-25.
- "2000 M.net Korean Music Festival Winners list" Archived 2014-08-03 at the Wayback Machine.. MAMA. Retrieved 2014-06-12.
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