Younha made her debut at the age of sixteen. Nicknamed the " Oricon comet" for her success in Japan,  she has currently released eight singles and one album in that country with varying degrees of success. Also, many of her songs have been featured in TV shows. She then moved to Sistus Records, a Geneon Entertainment label. Born in South Korea to musical parents, Younha began to play the piano at the age of 4. Before long, she was skilled enough to translate to her school friends what happened on recent Japanese TV episodes.
What began as an interest in Japanese dramas developed into an interest in Japanese music. At the recommendation of an older student in her school's broadcasting club, she listened to such artists such as Utada Hikaru and Misia. Younha began to dream about debuting as a singer alongside her favorite artists. In order to seek her dreams, she began to try out in auditions within Korea.
She claimed that she went through as many as 20 auditions. She also commented in her interview that certain companies refused to sign her to their labels because they believed she was not "pretty" enough, although she sang very well.
Younha, however, climbed out the window and made it to the audition. At one audition, she made an overwhelming impression and signed a contract with a Korean company. Soon after, Younha's voice was heard by a company in Japan. In order to make her childhood dream of debuting in Japan come true, Younha underwent recording while going back and forth between Korea and Japan.
Quickly, Younha's Japanese skills advanced so much that she surprised even the staff around her. In October of that same year, she debuted with her official first single Yubikiri.
It became a hit - debuting on the Oricon chart at 18, it peaked at 12 and propelled Younha into the limelight. With this single, she became only the second Korean, after BoAto have broken the Oricon chart's top It flopped massively, only reaching on the Oricon Charts possibly due to a lack of promotion. It reached the 10 spot on the Oricon weekly charts.
My Lover was a re-cut single from Go! It was limited to 70, copies and flopped, selling only about 2, copies, ranking at Because of the limited print, however, it has become extremely valuable and rare to the fans. Younha was also chosen to sing the ending theme to the anime Jyu Oh Sei. Tewo Tsunaide only did slightly better than My Loverpeaking at Younha began to compose her own music.
The song Kaerimichi released on My Lover is the first song released for which she wrote the lyrics and composed the music for. In addition, she composed the music for the song homegirlthe B-side released on Te wo Tsunaide. Imaga Daisuki was released, with more live performances than Te wo Tsunaideand a tie-in. It seemed that Younha has a bigger budget on this single. It did significantly worse, as her second worst ranking single, at Imaga Daisuki was also used as an opening song for the animation Jang Geum's Dream while the b-track Inori was used for the animation's ending song.She officially debuted with the single " Yubikiri " in Born in South Korea to music-loving parents, Younha began to play the piano at the age of 4.
She developed an interest in Japanese doramas and began to teach herself Japanese. Before long, she was skilled enough to interpret to her school friends what would happen on Japanese television. What began as an interest in Japanese dramas developed into an interest in Japanese music. At the recommendation of an older student in her school's broadcasting club, she listened to such artists as MISIAUtada Hikaruand Shiina Ringo and soon began to like Japanese music.
Younha began to dream about debuting as singer alongside her favorite artists. In order to realize her dream, she began to seek out auditions within Korea. After as many as 20 auditions, where she was turned away for not being suitably pretty, her mother encouraged her to give up.
Eventually, however, she made a good impression at an audition in Korea and found herself signing a contract with release in Japan.Younha Winter Flower (Feat. RM of BTS) Lyrics (윤하 Winter Flower 가사) [Color Coded Lyrics/Han/Rom/Eng]
Due to her deep desire to debut in Japan, she traveled back and forth between Japan and Korea to record. During this time Younha's Japanese skills improved rapidly, even surprising her staff. In October of that same year, she debuted with her official first single, the " Yubikiri -Japanese version- ".
It became a hit, debuting on the Oricon charts at 15th, and propelled Younha into the limelight. Her first album Go! Younha reached the number 12 spot on the weekly charts. Younha is the second Korean after BoA to reach the top 20 on the Oricon album charts. DuringYounha went back and forth between Korea and Japan and even made her Korean debut. Throughout the year ofshe promoted her two Korean albums vigorously. Her first Korean album - released March - was called A Perfect Day for Love Declaration and featured 11 original tracks in Korean including 2 instrumentals.
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After some promotion, she quickly became known for her strong live vocals, especially with her live collaborations on various Korean music shows with other well-known Korean musicians, such as Wheesung.
It was later reported that the regular edition of the album sold 30, copies. A repackage edition of the album was released in Juneand sold 16, copies. Four months after the release of the repackaged A Perfect Day for Love Declaration album, Younha started promoting another album, deemed Volume 1.
This album sold 29, copies at last count. After a year in absence from Japan, it was announced at the beginning of that Younha would return to Japan, and upon her return, a compilation album was released.
More than two years after the single " Hakanaku Tsuyoku ", it was announced that Younha would release a new Japanese single, " Girl ", on July 22, It is thanks to each and every one of you that has made Generasia the largest resource for Asian media info.
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Younha and BTS's RM Release "Winter Flower" Song About Mental Health
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Sell on Amazon Start a Selling Account. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally.She began her career in in Japanwhere she was nicknamed the " Oricon Comet" for her success on the Japanese music chart. Younha was born in South Korea on April 29,where she began to play the piano at the age of 5. She started singing in elementary school and later began to teach herself Japanese after watching the popular Japanese dramaGokusen.
After arriving in Japan in JanuaryYounha released her debut single, "Yubikiri," that September, followed by the Japanese version of the song in October.
Despite the fact the song was included on the soundtrack of the Fuji TV drama, Destiny of Loveit was not a success. Younha found mainstream success with her second Japanese single, " Houkiboshi ," which was included on the soundtrack of the anime series Bleach. The song debuted on the Oricon daily chart at 18 and peaked at 12, making Younha the second South Korean artist, after BoAto break into the Oricon top The single debuted at 15,  and peaked at 11 on the Daily chart.
Younha with moderate success. It reached the 10 spot on the Oricon daily charts, and 12 on the weekly charts. In the meantime, Younha enrolled in Hankuk University of Foreign Studies  and began her debut in Korea, releasing a digital Korean single titled "Audition". Many performances of this song were shown on Korean TV, and the single received much promotion, as a result, "Audition" charted well for over 3 months on all Korean charts.
Despite the lackluster performance of her last 3 Japanese singles, Younha was chosen to sing an opening theme song for Kiba. The single was released on January 17,and due to the nature of its tie-in, charted much higher than her last 3 releases, peaking at 36 - but also marked her last single with Epic Records. The album was a success, peaking at 1 on the charts. A music video was made for "Password ", which stars fellow Stam artist Yoon Ji-hoo.
The album also features a collaboration with Wheesung. The second song promoted was "Love Condition", accompanied with a repackage of her debut album.
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While no music video was made, the song was performed live a number of times, and had modest success on the charts. With her increasing success, Younha released a version of Go! Younha rerecorded in Korean. Riding the success experienced in Korea, her very first Korean single "Audition" was re-released on March 14 as a physical CD, limited to 10, copies. On August 28, Younha followed up her last few successful albums with her sophomore effort, titled Someday.
The album went on to spawn two hit singles, "Telepathy", and "Gossip Boy". The album also featured her second collaboration with Tablowho co-wrote and featured in the song, "Memory". In earlyYounha made her comeback to the Japanese music industry, now signed with Sistus Records, with a Japanese version of "Memory", titled "Kioku", tying in as the ending theme to the Rideback anime. No physical release of the song was issued, and was an online only single until the release of her next studio album, Hitotsu Sora no Shitawhich included it on the track listing.
She went on to release 2 physical singles, "Girl"  and "Sukinanda",  however both failed to chart in the top The promotional track 1, 2, 3 was a signalled change in her style, in fashion sense, taking on a cuter, girly appearance, as opposed to her more tomboy look for her previous promotional periods. Despite the sudden change in musical style, the song was a strong contender for 1, but was beaten out due to strong competition during the promotional run.
On December 11,Younha released the second part of her third Korean album, Part B: Growing Seasonshowing a mature, darker contrast to the happier, pop-based Part A. The album spawned one 1 single, "We Broke Up Today". The album debuted to little fanfare, only achieving on the Oricon Album charts.
After a year of relatively quiet activity since her last major release, Lost in LoveYounha's first EP, was released, including a collection of various soundtrack singles released throughout the year, as well as the promotional singles One Shotstylistically a rare return to her piano rock roots, and Take Care of My Boyfrienda pop-rock ballad.
While the latter barely made the Top 10, One Shot missed the Top With minimal promotion, the EP became the lowest selling album in Younha's Korean discography. On July 12,it was revealed that Younha was suing her company, Lion Media, to request a termination of contract due to questionable validity,  through the legal courts, though further revelations showed that these proceedings had started since April. A mediation session was scheduled for October to settle the matter, but fell through.
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