Ju Jingyi

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Ju Jingyi
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Background information
Chinese name 鞠婧禕 (traditional)
Chinese name 鞠婧祎 (simplified)
Pinyin Jū Jìngyī (Mandarin)
Born (1994-06-18) June 18, 1994 (age 24)
Suining, Sichuan, China
Other names Kiku
Ethnicity Han
Years active 2013–present
Label(s) Star48
Ninestyle Model Agency
Ninestyle Music
Associated acts SNH48
Seine River
Website ju-jingyi.com

Ju Jingyi (simplified Chinese: 鞠婧祎; traditional Chinese: 鞠婧禕; pinyin: Jū Jìngyī, born 18 June 1994) is a Chinese singer and actress. She rose to fame as a member of Chinese idol girl group SNH48 and was part of Team NII until her graduation in December 2017.

As a member of SNH48, during the annual General Elections, she was elected as No.4 (2014), No.2 (2015), No.1 (2016) and No.1 (2017) among over 100 members.

Early life[edit]

Ju studied at The Attached Middle School of Sichuan Conservatory of Music, but dropped out to audition for SNH48.


2014–2017: SNH48[edit]

Ju Jingyi during the press conference for Novoland: The Castle in the Sky

On August 18, 2013, Ju Jingyi took part in the audition for second-generation members of SNH48, and was one of the 34 girls who qualified, becoming one of the 31 official second-generation members on September 5.[1] She made her first public appearance on September 21,[2] and had started performing weekly at the SNH48 Dream Stage. In November, she became a member of Team NII of SNH48. She participated in SNH48's first major concert, "SNH48 Guangzhou Concert", held in the Guangzhou International Sports Arena on November 16.

In May 2014, Ju starred in her first music video, "Football Party".[3] She subsequently ranked fourth during SNH48's first "General Election", during which they released their first album, Mae Shika Mukanee.[4] On September 2014, Ju, along with the top 16 members, went to South Korea to film the music video for "UZA".[5]

Ju was ranked second in SNH48's second "General Election", held on July 25, 2015.[6] She became a member of sub-unit Seine River along with Zhao Jiamin and Li Yitong. Their first single "Sweet & Bitter" (苦与甜) was released on 31 October 2015.[7]

In 2016, Ju made more appearances in singing contests and game shows, such as I Am a Singer Candidate Challenge and The Brain. She made her acting debut in the fantasy drama Novoland: The Castle in the Sky, which started airing in July. She also released a soundtrack for the drama, titled "Xue Fei Shuang".[8] On July 30, during SNH48's third General Election, Ju was ranked first place with over 230,000 votes, the highest ever number of votes received by an SNH48 member.[9] On October 17, Ju released her first solo single "Everyday".[10] On December 10, she won the New Television Actress of the Year Award at the Tencent Video Star Awards.[11]

On January 7, 2017, she participated in SNH48's third Request Time, of which her song "Don't Touch", performed with Zeng Yanfen and Zhao Yue, came in first, giving her the opportunity to release her second solo single.[12] On February 15, she took on her first leading role in the detective web drama, Detective Samoyeds. The series was a success and broke 10 billion views at the end of its two seasons.[13] In May, Ju was announced to be one of the recipients of the "May 4th Medal" medal, awarded by the Chinese Communist Youth League (CCYL) to outstanding youths who have made remarkable achievements in agriculture, hi-tech research, news coverage, politics and law, army and police.[14] The same month, Ju released her second EP, Yes Or No.[15] During SNH48's fourth General Election held on July 29, Ju came in first with 277781.3 votes, becoming the first SNH48 member to hold the position as the senbatsu center for a consecutive year.[16] In August, she starred in the fantasy drama Xuan-Yuan Sword: Han Cloud, portraying a gentle mute girl.[17] In November, Ju was announced as the female lead of suspense drama Please Give Me A Pair Of Wings.[18]

2017–present: Solo activities[edit]

On December 15, 2017, it was announced that Ju would depart from SNH48 and continue promotions as a solo artist under Star48. An individual studio and website have been launched to manage her solo career.[19] On December 18, she released her third solo EP, Rain.[20]

In 2018, she was cast in the television adaptation of the Chinese folktale legend Legend of the White Snake, playing the titular role.[21] The same year, Ju starred in the historical drama Legend of Yunxi.[22] She also sung the theme song for the drama, titled "Falling Flowers and Mud" (落花成泥).[23]

Public image[edit]

Ju has been referred to as a "once in 4000 years idol" by Chinese fans since 2014, however, due to a slight mistranslation, she has also been called a "once in 4000 years beauty" by the media, causing her to gain in popularity.[24]


As solo artist[edit]


  • Everyday 每一天 (2016)
  • Yes or No 等不到你 (2017)
  • Rain 分裂时差 (2017)

With SNH48[edit]


Year No. Title Role Notes
2013 3 Fortune Cookie of Love B-side Debut with SNH48 Team NII
2014 4 Heart Electric B-side
5 UZA A-side
2015 6 Give Me Five! A-side
7 After Rain B-side
8 Manatsu no Sounds Good! A-side
9 Halloween Night A-side Ranked 2nd in the 2nd General election
10 New Year’s Bell A-side
2016 11 Engine of Youth A-side First original EP
12 Dream Land B-side Second original EP
13 Princess's Cloak A-side Ranked 1st in the 3rd General election
2017 16 Summer Pirates B-side Sang on "Limited season" as part of Team NII, center with Wan Lina
17 Dawn in Naples A-side Center


  • Mae Shika Mukanee (2014)

With Seine River[edit]

  • Sweet & Bitter (2015)


SNH48 Stage Units[edit]

Stage No. Song Notes
Team NII 1st Stage "Theater no Megami" Yokaze no Shiwaza 都是夜风惹的祸 Solo song
Team NII 2nd Stage "Saka Agari" Mushi no Ballad 虫之诗 Solo song
Team NII 3rd Stage "Mokugekisha" Enjou Rousen 燃烧的道路 With Feng Xinduo
Team NII 4th Stage "Boku no Taiyou" Itoshisa no defense 爱到累了 With Feng Xinduo and Lu Ting

Concert units[edit]

Year Date Name Song Notes
2013 16 November Guangzhou Concert Yokaze no Shiwaza 都是夜风惹的祸 Solo song
2014 18 January Kouhaku Utagassen 2014 Yokaze no Shiwaza 都是夜风惹的祸 Solo song
26 July SNH48 Sousenkyo Concert in Shanghai Nakinagara Hohoende 流着泪微笑 With Xu Chenchen
2015 31 January Request Hour Setlist Best 30 Yokaze no Shiwaza 都是夜风惹的祸
Wagamama na Nagareboshi 任性的流星
Our Destiny In This World 缘尽世间
Solo song
With Zeng Yanfen
With Xu Jiaqi and Zhao Jiamin
25 July 2nd General Election Concert Mushi no Ballad 虫之诗 With Qiu Xinyi and Zhao Jiamin
26 December Request Hour Setlist Best 30 (2nd Edition) Higurashi no Koi 暮蝉之恋
Itoshisa no Accel 爱的加速器
With Lin Siyi
Solo song
2016 30 July 3rd General Election Concert Lay Down 女王殿下 Solo song
2017 7 January Request Hour Setlist Best 50 (3rd Edition) Everyday 每一天
Oshibe to Meshibe to Yoru no Chouchou 夜蝶
Don't Touch
Solo song
With Lin Siyi
With Zeng Yanfen and Zhao Yue
29 July 4th General Election Concert Everyday 每一天
Yes or No 等不到你
Solo song
Solo song



Year English title Chinese title Role Notes
2015 N/A 魔天劫 Jialan Short film
2018 Catman 我爱喵星人 Molly

Television series[edit]

Year English title Chinese title Role Notes
2016 Novoland: The Castle in the Sky 九州·天空城 Xue Feishuang
2017 Xuan-Yuan Sword: Han Cloud 轩辕剑之汉之云 Lanyin
2018 Legend of Yunxi 芸汐传 Han Yunxi
Mr. Swimming 游泳先生 Song Chacha
Please Give Me A Pair of Wings 请赐我一双翅膀 Lin Jiuge
The Legend of White Snake 新白娘子传奇 Bai Suzhen

Web series[edit]

Year English title Chinese title Role Notes
2015 The Unexpected 史料不及 Housekeeper's daughter Cameo
2017 Detective Samoyeds 热血长安 Shangguan Zisu

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2016 Tencent Video Star Awards 2016 New Television Actress of the Year N/A Won [11]
2016 NetEase Attitude Award Most Popular New Artist N/A Won [25]
2017 24th ERC Chinese Top Ten Awards Best Breakthrough Artist N/A Won [26]
11th Migu Music Awards Top 10 Songs of the Year "Think of You" Won [27]


  1. ^ "SNH48二期生招募落幕 34名萌妹子将接受培训" (in Chinese). Tencent. August 19, 2013. Retrieved 2015-09-15. 
  2. ^ "【獨家高清組圖】SNH48趙嘉敏張語格携手二期生共同录制E锅汇 現場吐槽大会热火朝天 成员儿时照片大曝光 小章鱼SAVOKI卖萌无敌" (in Chinese). KanKan News. September 21, 2013. Retrieved 2015-12-22. 
  3. ^ "上海美少女组合变足球宝贝 镜头前变萌妹子" (in Chinese). Xinhua News Agency. May 21, 2014. Retrieved 2015-10-13. 
  4. ^ "SNH48《一心向前》第一届总选举圆满落幕 前16位成员名单公布" (in Chinese). SNH48 Official Website. July 26, 2014. Retrieved 2015-10-14. 
  5. ^ "SNH48韩国拍摄《呜吒》MV 忍痛挑战舞蹈" (in Chinese). Sina. September 3, 2014. Retrieved 2015-10-13. 
  6. ^ "苏有朋莅临见证SNH48总选举 赵嘉敏夺冠" (in Chinese). Sina. July 26, 2015. Retrieved 2015-09-15. 
  7. ^ "SNH48巴黎拍摄MV《苦与甜》 受欧洲媒体称赞" (in Chinese). NetEase. September 24, 2015. 
  8. ^ "《九州天空城》SNH48鞠婧祎献唱插曲《醉飞霜》" (in Chinese). People's Daily. July 15, 2016. 
  9. ^ "SNH48总选鞠婧祎夺冠 23万票甩第二6万票" (in Chinese). Sina. July 31, 2016. Retrieved 2016-07-31. 
  10. ^ "SNH48《每一天》MV发布 鞠婧祎演绎浪漫爱恋" (in Chinese). NetEase. October 28, 2016. 
  11. ^ a b "徐海乔鞠婧祎分获"年度新锐电视剧男女演员"荣誉" (in Chinese). Tencent. December 10, 2016. 
  12. ^ "SNH48第三届金曲大赏落幕 鞠婧祎将打造个人MV" (in Chinese). NetEase. January 8, 2017. 
  13. ^ "《热血长安》播放量破百亿 徐海乔成"百亿乔" (in Chinese). 1905.com. June 15, 2017. 
  14. ^ "鹿晗杨洋等10位艺人获团中央"五四优秀青年"称号" (in Chinese). Tencent. May 4, 2017. 
  15. ^ "鞠婧祎《等不到你》 裂心诠释爱而不得" (in Chinese). Tencent. June 8, 2017. 
  16. ^ "Election for Chinese idol group SNH48, spin-off of Japan's AKB48, draws record numbers as owners eye expansion across the country". South China Morning Post. August 3, 2017. 
  17. ^ "《轩辕剑汉之云》张云龙于朦胧鞠婧祎亮相" (in Chinese). Sina. June 8, 2016. 
  18. ^ "鞠婧祎空降《请赐我一双翅膀》女主揭开神秘面纱" (in Chinese). Sina. November 10, 2017. 
  19. ^ "鞠婧祎正式成立个人工作室 开展个人solo活动" (in Chinese). ifeng. December 15, 2017. 
  20. ^ "鞠婧祎单飞后新曲首发 《分裂时差》突破自我" (in Chinese). Sina. December 8, 2017. 
  21. ^ "TV drama remade with fewer songs to appeal to modern tastes". China Daily. May 31, 2018. 
  22. ^ "《芸汐传》定档6.25 鞠婧祎演绎古风甜爽爱恋". ifeng (in Chinese). June 19, 2018. 
  23. ^ "《芸汐传》推广曲MV首发 鞠婧祎演绎《落花成泥》". Sina (in Chinese). June 15, 2018. 
  24. ^ "'Most beautiful Chinese idol in 4 millennia' rated by Japan". China Daily. November 19, 2014. 
  25. ^ "2016网易有态度人物盛典鞠婧祎红毯+领奖+采访完整视频观看" (in Chinese). MNW. December 19, 2016. 
  26. ^ "鞠婧祎荣膺"最佳艺人飞跃奖" 代表作深入人心" (in Chinese). Tencent. March 28, 2017. 
  27. ^ "乐坛大咖云集咪咕汇 TFBOYS帅气献唱" (in Chinese). iFensi. December 17, 2017. 

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