Lee Hae-ri

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Lee Hae-ri
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Lee Hae-ri at Incheon International Airport in March 2018
Native name
Lee Hae-ri

(1985-02-14) 14 February 1985 (age 34)
Musical career
  • Vocals
  • Piano
Years active2008–present
LabelsStone Music Entertainment
Associated actsDavichi
Korean name
Revised RomanizationI Hae-ri
McCune–ReischauerYi Hae-ri

Lee Hae-ri (born 14 February 1985) is a South Korean singer and musical theater actress. She debuted as a member of Davichi in 2008. Aside from her group's activities, she has established herself as a musical actress, notably through her participation in the original and Korean versions of stage musicals including Tears of Heaven (2011), Mozart, l'opéra rock (2012) and Hero (2014). On April 19, 2017, she debuted as a solo artist with her first extended play, h.


Extended plays[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
  • Released: April 19, 2017
  • Label: CJ E&M, B2M Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download

As lead artist[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Album
"Crazy Woman"
(with Lee Jung-won and Kim Yeon-ji)
2008 No data East Of Eden
"Red Bean"
"At That Time, I Will Live" 2011 Lee Hae-ri & E-Tribe Project
"Can Your Hear Me?" Tears of Heaven Musical
"The Person I Love" Poseidon
"You're All Grown Up"
(with SeeYa)
"If You Loved Me"
(with Zia)
2013 If You Loved Me
"Feeling So Empty Without You"
(with 4Men's Shin Yong-jae)
2014 Acoustic Project #1. Cloud
"Pattern" 2017 25
  • KOR: 85,241+[2]
"Hate That I Miss You" 28
  • KOR: 92,514+[3]
"—" denotes songs that did not chart or was not released in that region.

As featured artist[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Album
"Love Is All The Same"
(Yangpa featuring Lee Hae-ri)
2012 No data Together
(The SeeYa featuring Lee Hae-ri)
28 Love U
(Wonder Boyz featuring Lee Hae-ri)
Non album-single
"The Road To School"
(Kim Jin-ho featuring Lee Hae-ri)
2013 Today
(HIGHBROW featuring Lee Hae-ri)
(Mad Clown featuring Lee Hae-ri)
2016 10 * KOR: 367,398+ [4] Non album-single
"—" denotes songs that did not chart or was not released in that region.


TV Program[edit]

Immortal Songs 2
Date Episode Legend Song Title Final Winner
30 July 2011 9 Shin Seung-hun - Female Vocalists Special "You're Just Somewhere A Little Higher Than Me" Won 2 times in a row
17 Sept 2011 16 7080 Vocalists Special "Forgotten Flower" Won for Round 1
26 Nov 2011 26 Lee Kwang-jo "Who Is He" -
03 Dec 2011 27 Choi Baek-ho "I Love You" -
10 Dec 2011 28 7080 OST Special "Walking In The Rain" 1st Final Winner
17 Dec 2011 29 Jeong Hun-hui & Kim Tae-hwa "Uninhabited Island" -
31 Dec 2011 31 Super Match Unfortunate Classic "You're Just Somewhere A Little Higher Than Me" Won over Min-kyung
14 Jan 2012 33 Duet with Lagends "Anthem Of Love" (ft. Yoo Yeol) -
21 Jan 2012 34 Tae Ji-nah & Seol Wun-do "Twist Of Love" -
19 May 2012 51 JYP "Behind You" Won over Ulala Session
2 June 2012 53 Sobangcha "White Wind" 2nd Final Winner
29 Dec 2012 81 Trot Big 4 Special "Really" -
16 Nov 2013 127 Autumn Men Special "Reminiscence" (ft. Kim Dong-hyun) -
23 Nov 2013 128 Onions, Letter To The Youth "Lone Path" (ft. Big Star) -
30 Nov 2013 129 Park Sang-min "Sunflower" 3rd Final Winner
07 Dec 2013 130 Remake Special "Passion Flower" -
21 June 2014 153 3rd Anniversary Special "Invisible Love" -
6 June 2015 202 Lee Seung-chul "Don't Leave" (ft. Shin Yong-jae) -
27 June 2015 205 The Seven Divas Special "The Only Is My World" -
23 Jan 2016 235 Kim Kwang-seok's 20th Anniversary "To You" -
Year Network Title Episode Song Title
2016 JTBC Two Yoo Project Sugar Man 22 "I Have No Problem"
2017 MBC King of Mask Singer 101 "Unpredictable Life" (알 수 없는 세상) (duet with Lee Bon)
102 "You in the Same Time" (같은 시간 속의 너)
"Making a New Ending for This Story" (이 소설의 끝을 다시 써 보려 해)
104 "Snow Flower" (눈의 꽃)
106 "A Shot of Soju" (소주 한 잔)


Year Title Role Ref
2011 Tears of Heaven Rynn
2012 Mozart, l'opéra rock Constanze
2014 Hero Seol-hee


  • 2017 Lee Hae Ri Solo Concert 'h'


  1. ^ "Gaon Album Ranking Monthly (4/2017) - see #49". Gaon Music Chart (in Korean). Korea Music Content Industry Association. Retrieved 11 May 2017.
  2. ^ Cumulative sales for "Pattern":
  3. ^ Cumulative sales for "Hate That I Miss You":
  4. ^ Cumulative sales for "Lie":

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