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Birth name
Cho Ja Young (조자영)

Years active




Also known as
Ah Young

Ah Young

Ah Young

May 26, 1991 (age 33) (

Happy Face Entertainment

Bang Bang, Have, Don't Have, Hit U, Be Ambitious

Movies and TV shows
Ad Genius Lee Tae‑baek, No Breathing, Three Summer Night

Similar People
Subin, Serri, Jiyul, Woohee, GaEun

Singer, Actress, Model

Record label
Happy Face Entertainment

Music group
Dal Shabet (Since 2011)

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Cho Ja-young (born May 26, 1991), better known by her stage name Ah Young, is a South Korean singer and actress. She is best known as a member of South Korean girl group Dal Shabet.


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Early life

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Ah Young was born on May 26, 1991, in Seoul, South Korea. She attended Dongduk Women's University majoring in Entertainment.

2011: Dal Shabet

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Ah Young made her official debut through the release of Supa Dupa Diva with Dal Shabet on January 3, 2011.

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On February 28, 2011, Ah Young made a cameo, with Dal Shabet, in the hit KBS drama Dream High, as a student of Kirin High School. Ah Young and Dal Shabet later appeared in the movie Wonderful Radio as the fictional girl group 'Corby Girls'.

Ah Young also participated in Dal Shabet's reality shows Sweet Sweet Story and Cool Friends, as well as their YouTube series Shabet on Air.

2013–present: Acting debut

It was announced on January 9, 2013, that Ah Young would be making her first solo drama appearance in KBS' Ad Genius Lee Tae-baek. She played Gong Sun-hye, a secretary for the advertisement firm 'GRC'. Her character received media spotlight for her eccentric personality, as well as her unique sense of fashion.

Ah Young was revealed to have joined the cast of the SBS historical drama Jang Ok-jung, Living by Love on March 14, 2013. She played the recurring character Princess Myeongan, who is known for displaying a cute sense of humor throughout the palace.

On May 22, 2013, Ah Young was added to the cast of the movie No Breathing. She played the character Se-Mi, a high school student who dreamed of becoming a famous singer. No Breathing marks Ah Young's first solo appearance in a big-screen film.

On September 9, 2013, Ah Young was confirmed to be joining the cast of the movie 58 – The Year of the Dog as the character Geum Hong. The movie was released in 2014.

It was revealed on June 13, 2014, that Ah Young had been cast in the MBC drama The Night Watchman's Journal as the recurring character Hong Cho-hee.

Other activities

Shortly following her debut with Dal Shabet, Ah Young was featured in a three-part commercial series for the Volkswagen BlueMotion, which ran for the entire year on South Korean television stations.

On March 21, 2012, Ah Young participated in a photo shoot for Maxim Korea. Her photo shoot was the featured spread of the magazine's April 2012 edition, where she was also featured on the cover.

Ah Young participated in the making of Kuulkuk for the comedian duo DIS BOYZ. She is featured in both the song and music video, which were released on August 6, 2013.


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