Na in June 2015
November 11, 1994
Seoul, South Korea
|Revised Romanization||Na Hae-ryeong|
Na Hae-ryung (born November 11, 1994), better known mononymously as Haeryung, is a South Korean singer and actress. She made her musical debut in February 2012 as a member of EXID, leaving the group two months later to focus on education. In 2013, she signed with YNB Entertainment and debuted as a member of Bestie.
She was a member of girl group EXID for two months in 2012, during which time she featured on their debut single album Holla. She left the group in April 2012 and went on to join Bestie, which debuted in July 2013.
She later appeared in supporting roles in dramas including Hi! School: Love On, My Lovely Girl, and The Producers. Her first lead television role came in 2016 as Jung Kkot-nim in the KBS drama My Mind’s Flower Rain. She is set to appear as Jin Se-ra in the 2017 SBS drama Nothing to Lose.
|2003||Once Upon a Time in a Battlefield||Kaebaek's older daughter||Supporting role|
|2004||Sisil-li 2 kilometer||Childcare graduate student||Supporting role|
|2010||Nice Shorts (segment "Girl")||Girl|
|2001||Dancing Girl Wawa||EBS|
|Magic Kid Masuri||KBS|
|2013||Nine||Han So-ra||tvN||Supporting role|
|2014||Drama Special: Oh Man-bok is Pretty||Oh Soon-bok||KBS||Supporting role|
|Love and War 2: My Wife is the Boss||Chae-hee||KBS||Supporting role|
|Hi! School: Love On||Lee Ye-na||KBS||Supporting role|
|My Lovely Girl||Yoo Ra-eum||SBS||Supporting role|
|The Producers||Yoo-na||KBS||Special appearance|
|Love Ward No. 25||Na Sa-rang||Naver TVCast||Web series, lead role|
|9 Seconds - Eternal Time||Yoo So-ra||Naver TVCast||Web series, lead role|
|2016||My Mind’s Flower Rain||Jung Kkot-nim||KBS||Lead role|
|2017||The Universe's Star||Doctor||MBC||Supporting role|
|Judge vs. Judge||Jin Se-ra||SBS||Main role|
|2019||Clean with Passion for Now||Kim Hye-won||JTBC||Special appearance|
|2013||Comedy Big League||tvN||MC|
|2015||King of Mask Singer||MBC||Episode 27 and 28|
|Law of the Jungle - Samoa||SBS||Cast member|
- "Mwave official Bestie" (in Chinese). 14 August 2014.
- "BESTie artist profile". KBS World Radio.
- "Artists". YBN Entertainment official website (in Korean). Retrieved February 24, 2015.
- "My Name is, 베스티 (1)텐아시아". 텐아시아 (in Korean). 2013-10-23. Retrieved 2017-11-07.
- "베스티 해령, 게임 모델 발탁, 대세 입증". Hankook Ilbo (in Korean). January 16, 2014. Retrieved February 27, 2015.
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