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Jeon Boram

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Native name

Years active

Full Name
Jeon Boram

Jeon Boram

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1.55 m

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March 22, 1986 (age 38) (
Seoul, South Korea

Jeon Wooram (younger sister)


Music groups
T-ara (Since 2009), QBS (Since 2013)

Movies and TV shows
Hello Baby, The Romantic President, Wooram's Family Camp

Jeon Yeong-Rok, Lee Mi-young

Similar People
Qri, Park So‑yeon, Hyomin, Hahm Eun‑jung, Park Ji‑yeon


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Jeon Bo-ram (born March 22, 1986), better known mononymously as Boram, is a South Korean singer and actress. She is best known as a member of the South Korean girl group T-ara.


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Early life

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Jeon Bo-ram was born on March 22, 1986, in Seoul, South Korea. Her father is Jeon Young-rok, who was a hugely popular singer in South Korea in the 1970s and 1980s. Her mother is Lee Mi-young, a well-known actress. She is a third-generation artist in Korea as both her grandfather, Hwang Hae, and grandmother, Baek Sul-hee, were both famous singers. Her younger sister, Woo-ram, is a member of a co-ed idol rock group called Five Run Strike, under the stage name Rami. Woo-ram was previously part of the South Korean girl group D-Unit, under the stage name Ram.

2008–2013: Career Beginning

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Boram released one album and a single prior to her debut in T-ara. "From Memory" was released in November 14, 2008 and "Lucifer Project Vol 1. 愛" was released in April 15, 2008.

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Boram was contacted by the CEO of Core Contents Media after he watched a video clip of Boram dancing to BoA's "My Name". In mid-2009, Boram was the first member to join T-ara after two members, Jiae and Jiwon, left the group.

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In 2010, she was cast in a one-episode film of KBS's Purple Heeled Grim Reaper is Coming.

It was announced on July 15, 2010, that she would take over Eunjung's position as the second leader of T-ara, following the addition of new member Hwayoung.

In December 2010, she was involved in a musical called "I Really Really Like You" with her father. Boram passed on her leadership to fellow member Hyomin in July 2011.

Boram along with Qri and Soyeon formed a subgroup called QBS in May 2013. The subgroup focused on the Japanese market. The subgroup release their debut single titled "Kaze no You ni" (風のように, Like the Wind) on June 26, 2013.

2017–present: Departure from MBK Entertainment

On March 6, 2017 MBK announced that T-ara will be releasing their last album as six member group in May, after Boram and Soyeon terminating their contract and other members will stay with the label until December 2017.On May 7, MBK Entertainment revealed the group's plans had changed and that the group would disband following the release of the album and that the final album had been re-scheduled to release in June 2017, but Boram and Soyeon not being able to partake due to the expiry of their contracts. On May 8, it was announced that T-ara's last performance as six-members will be in Taiwan concert on May 13.


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