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Jewelry(쥬얼리)

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South Korea (2001 – present)

Members (as of 2010) : Baby-J (Rapper, Vocals), Eunjung (Vocals), Semi, Yewon

Former Members: Park JungAh, Seo InYoung, Lee JiHyun, Jo MinAh, Jun EunMi, Jung YooJin.

Jewelry (쥬얼리), managed by Star Empire Entertainment, debuted in 2001 with their first album DISCOVERY. After less-than-stellar sales of the first album, two of the singers were replaced. A year later, their second album Again was released, with better results. Full of strong ballads the album quickly yielded two high-charting singles — “Tonight” and “Again” — which started the group’s rise to popularity. This was quickly followed by their third album Beloved.

After the success of their sophomore album, Jewelery left for Japan to start on their career there in 2004 with their first single ココロが止まらない (Kokoro no Tomaranai) under the independent label Giza Studio. After releasing a few materials there with mediocre sales, the group eventually left to return to their native country to release their fourth album.

By the time their fourth album Superstar came out in the beginning of 2005, Jewelry has since shed their “cute image” concept. Following the trend in Korean pop, they became sexier and more womanly, which helped bring about their current level of success. The first single “Superstar” was a driven rock song and surprisingly became a huge hit. They followed this up with the sexy R&B number “Passion”, which also charted strongly. In 2006, Jewelry took a break from the South Korean music industry in order to focus on Japan. During that time, member Ji-Hyun left to pursue an acting career. In early November, news also leaked out that another member, Cho Min-Ah, had also left, which forced their record company to look for a second replacement member.

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