Check out these five K-pop idols that debuted as soloists in 2022!1. Choi Yena(Photo : 서울경제) Choi YenYena first debuted as a member of IZ*ONE in 2018.
Check out these five K-pop idols that debuted as soloists in 2022!
1. Choi Yena
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Yena first debuted as a member of IZ*ONE in 2018. Following the group’s disbandment in 2021, Yena debuted as a soloist on January 17, 2022.
The idol released the mini-album, “x‿x (SMiLEY),” and its lead single “SMILEY.” The song is happy and upbeat, singing about embarking on a mission to bring smiles to people’s faces. “SMILEY” also talks about having a positive mindset despite difficult situations.
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Kihyun debuted as a member of MONSTA X in 2016. After six years, he made his solo debut with the single album “Voyager” in March 2022. The single album includes a lead single of the same name.
“Voyager,” tells the story of Kihyun. It shows the idol going on a trip to a new world and is sung from the traveler’s point of view. The song debuted at number 183 on the Gaon Digital Chart. “Voyager” is Kihyun’s first entry on the month Gaon chart.
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a member of (G)I-DLE in 2018. After nearly three years, she debuted as a soloist with the mini-album “My” and its lead single, “Drive.” Mieyon made her solo debut on April 27, 2022.
“My” talks about the idol’s thoughts and stories through songs of various genres. “Drive” is a rock song that encourages those struggling in difficult situations or are facing problems that are hard to handle. It is a song that tells the listener to keep moving forward and never lose themselves.
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Wonpil debuted as a member of DAY6 in 2015. After nearly seven years, Wonpil debuted as a soloist with the studio album “Pilmography” and its lead single “Voiceless.”
Upon release, “Pilmography” debuted at the top of the Gaon Album Chart. This marks Wonpil’s first-ever chart-topper. Wonpil helped write all the lyrics for the songs in “Pilmography.”
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Yuju debuted as a member of GFRIEND in 2015. The group disbanded in 2021, and she debuted as a soloist on January 18, 2022. She released the mini-album, “[REC.],” and its lead single, “Play.”
“Play” is a song that talks about the demise of a relationship. The song peaked at number 19 on the Gaon Download Chart and 77 on the Gaon BGM Chart. “[REC.]” peaked at number 15 on the Gaon Album Chart.
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