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|Origin||Seoul, South Korea|
|Website||The SeeYa Official Website|
The SeeYa (Korean: 더 씨야; stylized as "The SEEYA") was a South Korean R&B girl group formed by MBK Entertainment (formerly known as Core Contents Media) in 2012. The group was a reboot of original girl group SeeYa. The group consisted of Minkyung, Youngjoo, Yoojin and Yeonkyung. They debuted on November 12, 2012 with their first single album Good To Seeya featuring the title track "Be With You". They had their debut stage on November 15, 2012 at M! Countdown. In late 2015, MBK Entertainment removed their profile page from the official website and it was reported that the group was disbanded.
2012–13: Debut with Good To Seeya and Love U
Their debut single, "Be With You", was released in two versions, the main version featuring former Speed member Taewoon and the other version is female only. One of the music videos featured actors Joo Sang-wook and Im Jung-eun with direction by Chang (Death Bell). The debut single album Good To Seeya was released in November 12. The SeeYa released their first mini album, Love U, in December.
In June 2013, Core Contents Media released digital song "Painkiller". The song was a collaboration with T-ara, The SeeYa, F-ve dolls and Speed.
In July 2013, Yeonkyung was confirmed to be joining girl group F-ve Dolls. She will simultaneously promote as a member of both groups.
2014: Tears, Love Is and Crazy Love
The SeeYa was released two single album In January 2014. The group's released their second single-album Tears with title track called "More & More" on January 3 and released their third single-album Love Is with title track called "Tell Me" on January 21.
End of 2014, The SeeYa released their fourth single-album Crazy Love with title track called "The Song Of Love" collaboration with EXID's LE was released In December 29.
2015: U & Me and Disbandment
On February 10, 2015, MBK Entertainment artists consists : T-ara, SPEED, The SEEYA and Cho Seunghee made their participation on MBK project group called "TS" and was released winter song called "Don't Forget Me".
In March 2015, MBK's confirmed that F-ve Dolls was disbanded and later Yeonkyung would only focus on promoting with The SeeYa.
On 21 April 2015, The Seeya released their fifth single U & ME with title track "Wedding March".
On May 18, 2016 Yoojin made appearance on SBS' War of Vocals - God's Voice. She also confirmed that The SeeYa has disbanded.
- Minkyung (민경), born as Song Min-kyung (송민경) on Seoul, South Korea January 5, 1987 in
- Youngjoo (영주), born as Heo Young-joo (허영주) on Seoul, South Korea March 21, 1992 in
- Yoojin (유진), born as Sung Yoo-jin (성유진) on Chuncheon, Gangwon-do, South Korea October 27, 1992 in
- Yeonkyung (연경), born as Oh Yeon-kyung (오연경) on Suwon, Gangwon-do, South Korea August 25, 1994 in
- Love U (2012)
|Year||Title||Peak chart position||Album|
|Gaon Chart |
|2012||"Be With You"||14||Good To Seeya|
|2014||"More & More"||21||Tears|
|"Tell Me"||25||Love Is|
|"The Song Of Love"||66||Crazy Love|
|2015||"Wedding March"||94||U & ME|
|"—" denotes items that did not chart or were not released.|
Soundtrack appearances and solo performances
|Year||Song||Album||Peak chart positions||Artist(s)|
|2013||"I Do I Do"||Superior Speed
||—||The SeeYa with SPEED|
|"Tears"||Duble Sidekick Vol .2
||—||Yoojin with Leessang|
|"Painkiller"||Tears Of Mind
||—||Yoojin with T-ara's Soyeon, F-ve Dolls's EunKyo, Taewoon & SPEED's Sungmin|
|"Tears Up"||Tears Up
||30||The SeeYa & Gavy NJ|
|2014||"A Strange Road (낯선 길)"||Doctor Stranger OST
|"I'm Getting Married"||KING O’IRIE
||—||Yoojin with Skull|
|"Because Love Hurts"||Because Love Hurts
||—||Minkyung With Taesaebiae|
|"My Love"||Miss Me or Diss Me
||—||Yoojin with MC Mong|
|2015||"You Who Frozen In Time"||You Who Frozen In Time
||—||Minkyung with Taesabiae|
|"Don't Forget Me"||White Snow
||—||MBK Project (TS): Minkyung|
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