10 Most Beautiful Korean Female Idols with Pink Hair
|Top 10 Beautiful Korean Female Idols with Cotton Candy Like Pink Hair|
Every year as the weather begins to warm up, you see people dyeing their hair pink. This bold and vibrant yet unconventional choice of color has actually become quite common; you see it on your Instagram feeds and maybe even among your own friend group.
Bubblegum-pink hair has always been a trendy choice for spring, but it's seemingly become even more popular amid the pandemic with everyone from Kaia Gerber to Dua Lipa and most recently Demi Lovato giving the color a go.
Now it is time for the female idols who tried pink hair and managed to awe us all. These women looked like cotton candy in soft pink hair.
List of top 10 Korean female idols with beautiful pink hair
1. Taeyeon (Girls’ Generation)
2. Tiffany (Girls’ Generation)
3. Hyejeong (AOA)
4. Sana (Twice)
5. Vivi (LOONA)
6. Yeri (Red Velvet)
7. GaHyeon (Dreamcatcher)
8. Ryujin (ITZY)
9. Nagyung (fromis_9)
10. Jisoo (Blackpink)
Who are the Korean female idols with beautiful pink hair?
1. Taeyeon (Girls’ Generation)
Kim Tae-yeon (Korean: 김태연; born March 9, 1989), known mononymously as Taeyeon, is a South Korean singer. She debuted as a member of girl group Girls' Generation in August 2007, which went on to become one of the best-selling artists in South Korea and one of the most popular K-pop groups worldwide. She has since participated in other SM Entertainment projects, including Girls' Generation-TTS, SM the Ballad, Girls' Generation-Oh!GG, and Got the Beat.
Taeyeon released her debut extended play I in 2015, which includes the number-one titular single on South Korea's Gaon Digital Chart. In 2016, she released the number-one SM Station single "Rain", followed by her second extended play Why, which peaked atop the Gaon Album Chart. Her debut studio album, My Voice (2017), yielded the top-five singles "11:11", "Fine" and "Make Me Love You". In 2018, Taeyeon ventured into the Japanese music scene with the digital single "Stay", followed by the 2019 extended play Voice. Her second studio album, Purpose (2019), featured the successful singles "Four Seasons" and "Spark", the singer's third studio album INVU was released in February 2022 with the pre-release single "Can't Control Myself" released earlier in January.
On television, Taeyeon appeared as a main cast on the reality shows We Got Married (2009), Begin Again (2019), and is currently serving as a main host for Amazing Saturday (2020–present). She is set to host Queendom 2 from March 31, 2022. Additionally, she has recorded soundtracks for various television dramas and movies that proved successful, notably "If" for Hong Gil-dong (2008), "Can You Hear Me" for Beethoven Virus (2008), and the chart-topping "All about You" for Hotel del Luna (2019).
Having sold over one million physical albums and twenty million digital singles as of 2021, Taeyeon is one of the best-selling solo artists in South Korea. She has received various awards and nominations, including six Golden Disc Awards, five Seoul Music Awards, four Gaon Chart Music Awards, three Melon Music Awards, and three Mnet Asian Music Awards.
Taeyeon’s career in singing started right after a year of her graduation from Jeonju Art High School in 2008. She recorded her first single “Gee” with “Girls’ Generation” and it was released in 2009.
Apart from group performances, Taeyeon featured in many solo and duet tracks. Most of her earlier duets are with the South Korean singer, “Kangta”.
By now, Taeyeon had cemented her place in the industry. She took a step ahead, and started recording soundtracks for many television dramas like “Hong Gil Dong”, “Beethoven Virus”, and “Can You Hear Me", to name some. All the tracks became very popular, more than the dramas.
Taeyeon also tried her luck in hosting and acting and left an impact in these fields too. Many critics found her better than her contemporaries who are actors-turned-singers.
Unaffected by the critical acclamations, Taeyeon decided to quit acting and focus only on singing. Along with her group members, Tiffany and Seohyun, she created a subgroup in April 2012, and named it “TTS”. The gang became super popular right from their debut track, “Twinkle”. The subgroup’s success spree continued for the next 3years.
Taeyeon has an image of fashionista due to her trendy dressing styles that youth loves to follow. One of the opulent lifestyle magazines, VOGUE, even labeled her with the title, "Beyoncé of Girls' Generation". She also secured a place on the Forbes list of "Top 40 Power Celebrities".
In 2015, Taeyeon released her solo album titled ‘I’ after a year-long pre-recording work. The album became an instant and sold over 119,576 copies. Till date, Taeyeon has released numerous singles and duets and most of them have topped the music charts.
Awards & Achievements
Cyworld Digital Music Awards (2008): Taeyeon's song ‘If’ won the song of the year award.
Golden Disc Awards (2008): The song ‘Can You Hear Me’ won the ‘Yepp Popularity Award’.
Gaon Charts Music Awards (2015): Taeyeon's song ‘I’ won the ‘Song of the Year’ award.
KK Box Music Awards (2016): Taeyeon received the award for the "Korean Artist of the Year".
2. Tiffany (Girls’ Generation)
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Stephanie Young Hwang (born August 1, 1989), known professionally as Tiffany or Tiffany Young, is an American singer. Born and raised in California, she was discovered by South Korean entertainment agency SM Entertainment at the age of fifteen and subsequently moved to South Korea. After two years of training, Tiffany debuted as a member of girl group Girls' Generation (and later its subgroup Girls' Generation-TTS) in August 2007, which went on to become one of the best-selling artists in South Korea and one of South Korea's most popular girl groups worldwide.
In 2016, Tiffany became the second Girls' Generation member to debut as a soloist with the release of her first extended play I Just Wanna Dance. Although Tiffany remains a member of Girls' Generation, she left SM Entertainment in October 2017. She is currently based in Los Angeles for her solo career. She joined Paradigm Talent Agency and signed with record label Transparent Arts prior to the release of her 2019 extended play Lips on Lips.
Born Stephanie Young Hwang (Tiffany was the name her late mother was originally going to give her) in San Francisco, she grew up in Diamond Bar, a city near Los Angeles. As a teenager, she auditioned in a singing competition and was discovered by SM Entertainment. Relocating to South Korea, she began training for a career in K-pop. She was recruited to the girl group Girls' Generation, and debuted in the summer of 2007. Girls' Generation went on to score multiple chart-topping albums and singles over the next decade, while Tiffany pursued her own side endeavors, which included a role in the Korean adaptation of Fame, television hosting, and contributions to soundtracks. In 2012, along with Girls' Generation bandmates Taeyeon and Seohyun, Tiffany formed the subgroup TTS. The trio issued their debut EP, Twinkle, that year. They followed with 2014's Holler and 2015's Dear Santa. By 2016, Tiffany was ready to go solo, issuing her first EP I Just Wanna Dance, which hit number three on the Billboard World Albums chart. That same year, she released the collaborative single, "Heartbreak Hotel," with Simon Dominic. She also joined Asian-American electronic/hip-hop group Far East Movement on "Don't Speak" from their Identity album. After joining Girls' Generation for their sixth LP, Holiday Night, in July 2017, Tiffany parted ways with SM Entertainment and rebranded herself as Tiffany Young. In 2018, she released her version of "Remember Me" from Pixar's Coco and released her official U.S. debut single "Over My Skin." From there, she continued to drive deeper into the American market with singles "Teach You" and "Peppermint." Her EP Lips on Lips arrived the next year. Featuring production by Fernando Garibay (Kylie, Lady Gaga), the short set debuted in the Top Ten of the Heatseekers chart and included the track "Runaway" with Babyface.
3. Hyejeong (AOA)
Shin Hye-jeong (born August 10, 1993), better known mononymously as Hyejeong, is a South Korean singer and actress. She is best known as a member of the South Korean girl group AOA.
Hyejeong competed in a supermodel pageant until the 3rd preliminary round. There, an FNC Entertainment casting director discovered her, and she became a FNC trainee in August 2010.
On July 30, 2012, Hyejeong made her debut as a member of AOA on Mnet's M! Countdown with their debut single, Angels' Story with the title track "Elvis". So far, AOA has released 3 EPs and 9 singles in total.
Hyejeong is also part of sub-unit AOA Cream together with Yuna and Kim Chanmi. The sub-unit released first teaser on February 1, 2016. The music video teaser for title track I'm Jelly Baby was released on February 4, 2016. AOA Cream's title track and music video was released on February 12, 2016.
On August 8, 2012, Hyejeong appeared in TV series A Gentleman's Dignity.
Hyejeong appeared in the music video for boy band F.T. Island's song "I Wish" from the full Korean album Five Treasure Box which was released on September 10, 2012.
In October 2012, she was cast in a supporting role in drama "Cheongdam-dong Alice".
On October 19, 2012, Hyejeong, together with eight other stars such as Nam Ji-hyun and Jun. K, had been confirmed for tvN's dating show "The Romantic & Idol".
On August 6, 2013, Hyejeong was cast for The Blade and Petal.
Hyejeong appeared in the music video for boy band Phantom's song "Seoul Lonely" which was released on May 19, 2014. She also featured for its promotion in several music shows by overtaking Gain's part in the song.
On March 4, 2015, it was revealed that Hyejeong will be part of MBC's new variety show "Soulmate Returns" together with other cast members.
On September 10, 2015, Hyejeong was listed in the lineup for SBS MTV EDM Program 'Mashup' that will be aired on 21st at 11PM KST for the first time.
In 2016, Hyejeong was cast in her first social film Mysterious Solver together with F.T. Island's Choi Min-hwan.
In March 2017, it was confirmed that Hyejeong will be joining tvN's Saturday Night Live Korea for season 9. The first episode will be broadcast on March 25, 2017.
In January 2018, casual denim brand Buckaroo announced Hyejeong as their new model for the 2018 S/S season.
In February 2018, it has been revealed that Hyejeong will have a lead role in SBS weekend drama Nice Witch as flight attendant Joo Yebin.
In 2019, Hyejeong together with Seo Yu-na and Kim Chanmi will take part in Lifetime's reality program AOA DaSaDanang Heart Attack Danang where the members will travel to Danang, Vietnam for an adventure.
In February 2020, Hyejeong was cast in upcoming tvN drama 'My Unfamiliar Family'.
4. Sana (Twice)
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Sana Minatozaki (Japanese: 湊崎 紗夏, Hepburn: Minatozaki Sana, born December 29, 1996), known mononymously as Sana (Korean: 사나; Japanese: サナ), is a Japanese singer based in South Korea. She is a member of the K-pop girl group Twice, formed by JYP Entertainment. Sana is one of Twice's three Japanese members.
Sana was born on December 29, 1996 in Tennōji-ku, Osaka, Japan.
She is the only child in her family. She wanted to become a singer and dancer, and was inspired by K-pop groups such as Girls' Generation. In addition to her native Japanese, she is also able to speak Korean, having studied it since moving to South Korea, and basic English.
Sana began training with EXPG in Osaka in 2009, originally planning to be a singer in Japan, rather than South Korea. During her middle school years, she was scouted by a JYP Entertainment employee at a shopping mall and was invited to participate in the annual JYP Japan audition held the following day. Sana passed the audition and joined the JYPE trainee program in South Korea in April 2012. She trained for over three years with JYP before her eventual debut with Twice. At one time it was expected that Sana would become a member of a new JYP girl group. However, this new project was cancelled and the group did not debut. In 2014, Sana appeared in Got7's music video for "A" as a waitress.
2015–present: Sixteen, Twice, and solo activities
In 2015, Sana participated in the music survival show Sixteen, a reality television series designed to select the founding members of Twice. Out of the sixteen contestants, Sana was selected as one of the nine members of the newly formed girl group. She debuted with Twice in October 2015 with the title song "Like Ooh-Ahh" from their debut extended play The Story Begins. Sana is known for her energetic and cheerful personality and has received recognition in South Korea and abroad. Her popularity – in conjunction with that of fellow Japanese members Momo and Mina – has been credited with improving relations between Japan and South Korea. In Gallup Korea's annual music poll for 2018, Sana was voted the 17th most popular idol in South Korea, making her the highest-ranked Japanese individual in that poll. She ranked 15th in the 2019 poll. In 2019, Sana was also ranked as the most popular female K-pop idol in a survey of soldiers doing mandatory military service in South Korea. Outside of Twice, she has done work promoting various brands and products. In February 2021, Sana became the first Twice member to release a single after she made a cover of "Sotsugyou", a 2020 single by Japanese band Kobukuro. The cover, which includes an a cappella version, was released as a digital single through Warner Music Japan. A version with Kobukuro themselves was released in March 2021.
5. Vivi (LOONA)
ViVi (Hangul: 비비) is the fifth revealed member of LOONA and a member of its first sub-unit, LOONA 1/3.
She was born as Wong Kahei (Cantonese: 黃珈熙) on December 9, 1996 in Tuen Mun District, New Territories, Hong Kong.
She debuted on February 14, 2017 as a member and subsequently released her solo single album ViVi on April 17, 2017.
Early life (1996–2017)
ViVi was born in Tuen Mun District, New Territories, Hong Kong in 1996 as the oldest of three siblings. ViVi was inspired to pursue a career in Kpop after seeing music videos by BIGBANG and 2NE1. Starting around 2011, ViVi worked as a freelance model in Hong Kong under the name Viian Wong. She modeled for a variety of projects between 2011–2016, including a video tutorial for Blush Cosmetics, and as a PlayStation model at Asia Game Show 2012. ViVi also participated in a number of short YouTube skits, presumably with friends.
ViVi was a student of Hong Kong vocal coach and backing singer Jony Wong in 2012. She also studied dance at an unknown place and time prior to 2016.
ViVi most likely became a trainee under Polaris Entertainment/BlockBerry Creative in 2016. Like several other members of LOONA, she was initially a trainee under Polaris Entertainment who transferred over to BlockBerryCreative to participate in the LOONA project.
2017: Reveal, Debut in LOONA 1/3, solo debut, Woomanna, ViRryVes
On February 12, ViVi was revealed as a member of the then-upcoming sub-unit LOONA 1/3. She is the only member of LOONA to not release a solo album prior to her inclusion in a sub-unit. She and LOONA 1/3 debuted with “Love & Live” on March 13.
On March 31, the fourth “Who’s Next Girl?” teaser was released, and ViVi was officially revealed as the fifth member of LOONA on April 5. On April 17, she released her solo single album ViVi, including title track “Everyday I Love You” featuring HaSeul, and B-side “Everyday I Need You” featuring JinSoul. ViVi was the only member of LOONA to feature other members on both of her solo tracks prior to the release of Olivia Hye.
From June 30 to July 23, ViVi starred in the first season of the web drama Woomanna in a minor role as a waitress from overseas. She returned for the second season from August 23 to September 13 in a main role.
On November 27, she was featured in LOONA member Yves’s music video for “new”.
On December 13, ViVi, alongside fellow members Yves and Choerry, released a digital single called “The Carol 2.0” under the transverse unit ViRryVes.
2018: Debut in LOONA
On August 19, ViVi officially debuted as a member of LOONA with [+ +], featuring the title track “Hi High”. Hong Kong-based news site HK01 reported on ViVi’s debut, criticizing her lack of lines and screen-time in lead single “favOriTe”.
6. Yeri (Red Velvet)
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Kim Ye-rim (Korean: 김예림; born March 5, 1999), known by her stage name Yeri, is a South Korean singer and actress. She is a member of South Korean girl group Red Velvet.
Yeri joined SM Entertainment after auditioning at the SM Weekly Audition in 2011. In 2014, she performed as one of the upcoming members of SM Entertainment's pre-debut training group SM Rookies on SM Town Live World Tour IV. She had a brief appearance in the introduction of Red Velvet's debut song, "Happiness", before debuting as a member in 2015.
2015–present: Red Velvet and solo activities
Yeri was introduced as a new member of Red Velvet on March 10, 2015, during the promotions of their first EP Ice Cream Cake. From May 9, 2015, to November 14, 2015, Yeri hosted MBC's music program Show! Music Core, together with Minho from Shinee and N from VIXX.
In July 2016, Yeri was the female lead in the music video for J-Min and Shim Eun-jee's "Way Back Home", which was released as part of the single project SM Station. In 2016, she became an MC for an SM C&C web-variety program The Viewable SM together with Leeteuk.
In December 2017, the singer Ragoon released his EP's Talking which had its title track "Story" composed and co-penned by Yeri.
In April 2018, Yeri was confirmed as part of the cast of JTBC's new variety show Secret Unnie together with Han Chae-young. On December 13, 2018, Yeri, together with NCT's Renjun, Jeno and Jaemin took part in the third season SM Station. They released the official Korean soundtrack version of "Hair in the Air" of the television series Trolls: The Beat Goes On!.
On March 14, 2019, the music video for Yeri's first self-composed solo project "Dear Diary" was released as a part of SM Station Season 3. In the same month, Yeri was confirmed as part of the cast of Law of the Jungle in Thailand In May, she was featured on South Korean rapper Giant Pink's song "Tuesday is better than Monday".
On June 8, 2020, the first episode of Yeri's reality-variety show Yeri's Room aired through the YouTube channel Dum Dum Studio. New episodes of the show air every Monday and Wednesday, with special clips uploaded every Friday. The guest on the first episode was Yeri's personal friend and Twice member, Nayeon. On July 24, 2020, Yeri participated in NCSOFT Fever 2020 Cool Summer Project and released a remake of "Woman On The Beach" by Cool, a collaboration with AB6IX Jeon Woong and Ravi. On August 7, the third song remake in the project, titled "Sorrow", was released. Yeri appeared in the MV along with her co-singers, Ravi and Kim Woo-seok.
In February 2021, Yeri was cast in tvN's one-act drama Drama Stage with the episode entitled Mint Condition. On April 7, Yeri was cast as female lead of upcoming web series Blue Birthday.
7. GaHyeon (Dreamcatcher)
Lee Ga-hyeon (이가현),simply known as Gahyeon (가현) is a Korean artist under Dreamcatcher Company. She is also the lead rapper, vocalist and the maknae of K-Pop girl group Dreamcatcher.
On February 10, 2017, she graduated from Hanlim Multi Arts High School.
2016–2017: Debut with Dreamcatcher
On December 5, 2016, Gahyeon was revealed as the seventh member of Dreamcatcher. The group officially debuted on January 13, 2017 with their first single album "Nightmare".
She is the shortest member of Dreamcatcher.
Gahyeon was an honor student in school; her best school subject was math.
She decided to become a singer because of BoA.
During Dreamcatcher's Nightmare Series, each member represented a specific nightmare or fear. Gahyeon's representative fear was the fear of falling from high places.
Her favorite foods are bread, meat, chicken, strawberry milk, and chocolate.
She can imitate Spongebob's laugh.
One of her nicknames is Pink Princess.
8. Ryujin (ITZY)
Ryujin (류진) is a South Korean rapper, singer and actress under JYP Entertainment. She is the main rapper and center of the girl group ITZY.
In October of 2017, Ryujin became a contestant on the survival show MIXNINE. She was ranked 1st place in the finale, however, was eliminated when the boys' team won against the girls', thus ultimately not being able to debut.
2019: Debut with ITZY
On January 20, 2019, she was revealed as a member of ITZY, JYP Entertainment's newest girl group. The group debuted on February 12, 2019, with the digital single, "IT'z Different".
She, alongside fellow member Chaeryeong, graduated from Hanlim Multi Arts School on February 7, 2020.
Her English name is Joanne.
In the dorm, she has a room by herself.
She has two cats, Byul and Dal.
She is good friends with LOONA's Heejin and Hyunjin.
Her favorites food are the spicy and savory ones. She also likes mocha bread.
Her hobbies are watching movies and taking pictures. Her favorite movie is The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
Her MBTI personality is INTJ (The Architect).
She has her driver's license.
9. Nagyung (fromis_9)
Lee Nagyung (이나경) is a South Korean singer under Pledis Entertainment. She is a member of the girl group fromis_9.
2017–2018: Idol School and debut with fromis 9
In July 2017, Nagyung became a contestant in Idol School, and finished the competition in fifth place, thus becoming a member of fromis_9.
The group officially debuted on January 24, 2018 with their first mini album To. Heart.
"The Secret Life of My Secretary OST Part.6" ("From Now On (지금부터 시작해)" with Park Jiwon) (2019)
- Shadow Beauty (Kakao TV, 2021)
- Idol School (Mnet, 2017) – contestant
Nagyung's motto from her Idol School profile was: "Doing everything but regretting it later is better than not doing anything".
Nagyung studied abroad in China and can speak Mandarin.
Nagyung is a gamer, one of the games she plays is Overwatch. She is at the platinum rank.
Her MBTI is INTP (Logistian), but she has a fear of being alone.
10. Jisoo (Blackpink)
Kim Ji-soo (Korean: 김지수; born January 3, 1995), known mononymously as Jisoo, is a South Korean singer and actress. She debuted as a member of the girl group Blackpink, formed by YG Entertainment, in August 2016. After making her acting debut with a cameo role in the 2015 series The Producers, she played her first leading role in the JTBC series Snowdrop (2021–22).
Kim Ji-soo was born on January 3, 1995 in Gunpo, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea. She has an older brother and sister. As a child, she played basketball and practiced Taekwondo. She was a fan of the Korean boy group TVXQ. Jisoo attended high school at the School of Performing Arts Seoul; in 11th grade, she joined a drama club at the school and earned more experience in the entertainment industry by attending auditions.
2011–2016: Career beginnings and debut with Blackpink
In 2011, Jisoo joined YG Entertainment as a trainee after passing its auditions. In October 2014, she appeared in Epik High's music video for "Spoiler + Happen Ending" as a heartbroken girl. The same year, she starred in Hi Suhyun's music video for "I'm Different" as Bobby's girlfriend. In 2015, Jisoo made a cameo appearance in the KBS2 drama The Producers with labelmates Sandara Park of 2NE1 and Kang Seung-yoon of Winner.
Jisoo debuted as the oldest of the four members of girl group Blackpink on August 8, 2016, alongside Jennie, Rosé and Lisa, with the release of their single album Square One.
2017–present: Solo endeavors and acting
From 2017 to 2018, Jisoo joined Inkigayo as a host alongside Got7's Jin-young and NCT's Doyoung. She first ventured into acting in 2019 with a short cameo appearance in the tvN fantasy drama Arthdal Chronicles. In 2020, Jisoo co-wrote the lead single "Lovesick Girls" of Blackpink's first studio album The Album.
Jisoo had her first leading role in 2021 with JTBC series Snowdrop, starring alongside Jung Hae-in. She played a college freshman, Eun Yeong-ro, who is held hostage by her love interest. It garnered relatively low ratings due to controversy surrounding allegations of historical distortion, which prompted a review by the Korea Communications Standards Commission. The investigation concluded that the content of the drama could not be viewed as a distortion of history. The show ranked number one on Disney+ in four out of the five countries it was made available in, including South Korea. Tanu I. Raj of NME was appreciative of Jisoo considering her acting debut in a leading role, labelling her range as commendable; however, Raj was generally unimpressed with the series overall.
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