Lee Soo-young

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This is a Korean name; the family name is Lee.
Lee Soo-Young
Background information
Birth name Lee Ji-Yeon
Born (1979-04-12) April 12, 1979 (age 38)
Origin South Korea
Genres K-pop
Years active 1999–present
Stage name
Revised Romanization I Su-yeong
McCune–Reischauer Yi Su-yǒng
Birth name
Revised Romanization I Ji-yeon
McCune–Reischauer Yi Chi-yǒn

Lee Soo-Young (born Lee Ji Yeon, April 12, 1979 in Seoul, South Korea) is a Korean ballad singer. She made her debut in 1999 in Korea with the hit “I Believe.” Currently, she has nine released albums and five mini-albums (labeled as Holiday in Lombok, Classic, As Time Goes By, An Autumn Day, Once) and sang six OSTs. She’s recognized in Korea for her powerful voice and although she rarely appears in her own music videos, she has earned a lot of popularity. She has also recently appeared on a number of variety shows, displaying her sense of humour and her ability to be comical and carefree, adding to her popularity. Today she is considered one of Korea’s most famous and accomplished ballad singers.

In 2001, she sang the official Korean version of the Final Fantasy X song “Suteki Da Ne” in Korean, titled “얼마나 좋을까” (“Eolmana Joheulkka”).

She released her seventh album, Grace, on January 21, 2006. It performed very well, able to shoot straight to the top of the charts. The popularity of the album led to a limited edition (repackage) release of Grace, of which only 30,000 copies were produced.

Lee has performed the new song written by her titled "Lavender" from her new album at the wedding ceremony of her close friend, Park Kyung-lim, Seo Min-jung.[1]

On October 5, 2010, she married her fiancé (age 41) whom she met through church.[2] They dated for about a year before tying the knot at the Villa de Bailey wedding house.[3] And in February 2011, she announced that was four months pregnant and would have her first child in the summer of 2011 and during this time she would only focus on preparing for the child and her radio show on KBS 2FM (89.1Mhz)[4]


Studio albums[edit]

  1. [1999.11.17] I Believe
  2. [2001.02.10] Never Again
  3. [2001.12.13] Made in Winter
  4. [2002.09.11] My Stay in Sendai
  5. [2003.08.21] This Time
  6. [2004.09.10] The Colors of My Life
  7. [2006.01.21] Grace
  8. [2007.09.13] Set It Down (내려놓음)
  9. [2009.10.21] Dazzle

Other albums[edit]

  1. [2001.09.18] Concert Album 'Thank Her (그녀에게 감사해요), Lee Soo Young Live'
  2. [2003.01.24] Special Album 'Sweet Holiday in Lombok'
  3. [2004.01.12] Classic
  4. [2005.01.10] As Time Goes By
  5. [2005.10.20] 2005 Special Album 'An Autumn Day'
  6. [2013.03.28] Classic: The Remake Dubeonjjae (클래식: 더 리메이크 두번째)


  1. [2008.11.13] Once


  1. [2004.06.23] Saigo no Wagamama (最後のわがまま / The Final Indulgence)
  2. [2012.10.10] Nice Girl (The Innocent Man - Nice Guy OST)

TV series[edit]

The Accidental Couple (KBS2, 2009)

Variety show[edit]

Year Network Title Role Note
2015 MBC King of Mask Singer Contestant Episode 37 and 38 (with the stage name "The Goddess of Beauty Aphrodite Playing A Harp")
2015 KBS2 1 vs. 100 Contestant 2015.11.24
2014 KBS World Immortal Songs: Singing the Legend Contestant 2014.08.09
2013 JTBC Hidden Singer Contestant Episode 5 - Season 1 (2013.03.30)
2009 KBS2 Happy Together Guest Episode 105 - Season 3 (2009.07.16)
2006 SBS X-Man Guest Episode 118 to 126



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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Jo Sung-mo
Golden Disc Awards for Daesang
Succeeded by
SG Wannabe