Biography

Members: Kim YeonJi (lead vocals), Lee BoRam
Former Members: Nam GyuRi (leader), Lee SooMi

1st Album: The First Mind
2nd Album: Lovely Sweet Heart
2.5 Album: California Dream
3rd Album: Brilliant Change
3.5 Album: Rebloom
Last album: See You Again

SeeYa (씨야) is a South Korean female group made up of Kim YeonJi and Lee BoRam. The group name “SeeYa” came from See You Always and See You Again, which means that the group wishes to live eternally through their music for their fans. They disbanded in the beginning of 2011.

In August 2009, it was announced that Soo Mi would be replacing former member and leader Nam Gyu Ri (2006 - 2009) who had left the group due to a contract dispute. However, on July 23, 2010, it was announced that Soo Mi had left the group to join the new Core Contents Media co-ed group “NamNyeoGongHak” (남녀공학). Core Contents Media advised they would not search for a replacement member and Yeon Ji and Bo Ram would continue SeeYa as a duo.

The group started with the ideas of the producers of male vocal trio SG Wannabe, who decided to create a female version of the group. SeeYa’s first album was co-produced by SG Wannabe and included tracks by many of the songwriters who had worked with SG Wannabe. SeeYa’s subsequent albums, however, saw the group branching out into different genres.

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Formed in
  • 2006
Split in
  • 2011
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  • South Korea

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