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Biography

  • Born

    21 January 1994 (age 24)

Lim Kim (Korean: 김예림; Kim Ye-Rim) is a South Korean female singer from the duo 투개월 with Do Dae-yoon that debuted in 2011 under Mystic89. She competed in the Superstar K3 singing competition as a member of 투개월, placing third. In 2013 she debuted as a solo singer with the song "All Right."

Biography

Kim was born in South Korea. For high school, she decided to go overseas, and attended Leonia High School in New Jersey. While attending high school in 2011, she heard about the New York auditions for the South Korean singing competition Superstar K3. She asked a fellow Korean student Do Dae-yoon, who was known as a great guitarist at the school, to audition together, even though she did not know him well. He agreed, and they formed the band Togeworl. Togeworl managed to pass the audition, and flew to Seoul to compete. The duo were successful, and were picked to be mentored by singer-songwriter Yoon Jong Shin . Eventually they finishing third in the competition, after Ulala Session and Busker Busker.

After the competition, Kim and Do remained in South Korea, where they continued to receive musical training, and signed a contract with Mystic89. Togeworl released their first song in February 2012 for the soundtrack for the TVN drama The Romantic. Kim began attending high school in Bundang-gu, Seoul in March 2012.

In March 2012, Kim made an appearance in the drama 'Shut Up Flower Boy Band', and released a song for the soundtrack, "Love U Like U," which was a duet with L from the boyband Infinite (Korean: 인피니트).

Though Togeworl planned to debut in 2013, member Do Dae-yoon had to return to the United States, due to issues with high school. Because of this, it was decided Kim should debut as a solo artist before reuniting as a duo.

In June 2013, Kim released the extended play A Voice, lead by the song "All Right." The song was successful, reaching number two on Gaon's singles chart. Since then, she released a second extended play in September, Her Voice, and a full length album in November called Goodbye 20.

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