Yoona: makeover for this popular Korean artist
New exciting projects are in store for Yoona, popular South Korean singer and actress, loved by many fans worldwide. If you too are among them and want to see her next show live, visit StubHub to buy your Yoona tickets!
South Korean K-Pop has never sounded so good
Born in the Yeongdeungpo District of Seoul in May 1990, Im Yoon-ah or Yoona, as she calls herself, started working in the arts and singing circuit by appearing in a number of music videos and commercials. However she didn’t get her big break until August 2007, when she became part of K-Pop group Girls’ Generation, one of the best selling bands in South Korea and one of the most loved South Korean bands worldwide, especially after the release of their first hit single, "Gee", in 2009. Wanting to explore other opportunities outside the girl band, she has since gone on to produce her own albums and singles. A few of her most notable releases are "Deoksugung Stonewall Walkway", which she produced in collaboration with indie band 10cm, the Chinese album "Blossom", with personal renditions of three Mandarin classic songs, and the single "To You", where the star also tries her hand at song writing with exceptional results. If you want to make sure you get Yoona tickets, visit StubHub to buy or sell tickets to all music events. And while you are there, broaden your horizons and check out other similar artists like Tiffany and Seohyun!
Yoona: so much more than just a singer
While Yoona came to fame thanks to her sweet, melodious voice, her acting career has also helped turn her into a household name. Apart from singing with the band and recording her own albums, she has acted in several movies and television dramas. The first leading role she landed was in the drama "You Are My Destiny" which gained her great public recognition as well as two "Best New Actress Awards" at the KBS Drama Awards in 2008. She then went on to star in the romantic comedy "Prime Minister & I", loosely based on the upper-popular musical "The Sound of Music", and in Chinese drama "God of War, Zhao Yun", based on the novel "Romance of the Three Kingdoms". It is more than clear that the talented artist is here to stay, so if you want to see her live, be sure to get some Yoona tickets!