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Occupation(s)  Singer
Spouse  Kim Kyung-gu (m. 2011)
Years active  2000–present
Genres  K-pop
Name  Seo Ji-young
Music group  Sharp (1998 – 2002)
Role  Singer

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Born  June 2, 1981 (age 34) (1981-06-02)
Albums  Different This Time, The S#arp, Listen To My Heart, 4ever Feel So Good
People also search for  Lee Ji Hye, Chris Kim, John Kim, Jang Seok-hyun, Oh Hee-jong, Sori

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Seo Ji-young (born June 2, 1981) is a South Korean singer and a former member of pop group S#arp. The group released six albums before their breakup in 2002, attributed to the feud between Seo and fellow female member Lee Ji-hye. Seo Ji-young bullied fellow member Lee Ji-hye until the company was forced to disband S#arp.

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As a solo artist, she has released two albums, with her last one released in January 2007. Her singles include "Stay In Me" and "Hey Boy".

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Seo is married to financier Kim Kyung-gu, who is five years her senior. More than one thousand guests attended their wedding on November 10, 2011 at the Shilla Hotel in Seoul, South Korea.

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S#arp albums

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  • the s#arp (1998)
  • the s#arp +2 (1999)
  • The Four Letter Word Love (2000)
  • 4ever Feel So Good (2001)
  • Flat Album (2001)
  • StYlE (2002)
  • Solo albums

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  • Listen To My Heart (2005)
  • Different This Time (2007)
  • Music video

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  • "Stay In Me"
  • "Hey Boy"
  • "Fatigued"
  • TV Appearance

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  • X-man (SBS)
  • Real Romance: Love Letter (SBS)
  • Sorry I Love You (KBS, 2004)

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    References

    Seo Ji-young Wikipedia