Hwangbo is a singer and actress from South Korea. Hwangbo is well known for the Korean dramas Could Love Become Money and Between Miss and Ma’am. She won the K-Pop Division Award at the 2009 Korean Culture and Entertainment Awards. She is a cast member of Secret Unnie in 2018.
Hwangbo Hye-Jeong was born in Seoul, South Korea, on August 16, 1980. Hwang Bo-Seong and Bae Yun-hee are her parents.
More Facts about Hwangbo
|Age||41 years 8 months|
|Birth Date||August 16, 1980|
|Birth Place||Seoul, South Korea|
|Net Worth||$1 million US|
|Height||5 feet 5 inches (1.65m)|
|Ethnicity||Far East Asian|
|Father’s Name||Hwang Bo-Seong|
|Mother’s Name||Bae Yun-hee|
|Best Match for Marriage||Sagittarius, Gemini, Aries|
She worked at a pasta restaurant before becoming a singer, where Lee Sang-min noticed her. She made her debut as a member of the female group Chakra in the year 2000. Hwangbo rose to become the group’s leader and performed in shows such as X-Man and Love Letter.
Lady in Black, her solo first album, was released in March 2007. R2song, her Extended Play, was released in South Korea on August 18, 2009. After a year since the release of R2song, another digital single, I’m Still Beautiful, was published in October 2010, and it quickly rose to the top of various Canadian popularity charts.
Hwang presented shows such as Nodaji, Finding Delicious, and Human Mentor on television.
Career in Television
She made her acting debut in the sitcom Oh My God, produced by the Seoul Broadcasting System, in 2011. After that, she performed in the musical Nun Feeling in November. Hwangbo had a major role in the Maeil Broadcasting Network drama Can Love Become Money.
She currently appears as a recurring guest on episodes such as Knowing Bros.
She opened her personal apparel business Bo! Go! and a coffee shop called’muah puntual’ on March 21, 2014.
Since 2007, she has been a member of the Compassion charity organization. People seeking asylum in Seoul benefit from compassion.
- 2008: Korean Entertainment Arts Awards
- 2008: MBC Entertainment Awards
- 2009: Korea Culture and Entertainment Awards
Hwang’s net worth is believed to be $1 million dollars. She earns around $42,936,612 (around $36,062 US) as a South Korean singer.
She is a brunette with black eyes. Hwangbo stands at a height of 5 feet and 5 inches.
Her Instagram account has roughly 137k followers.