Hyori Lee Bio

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Hyori Lee Bio

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Hyori Lee 이효리

Born: Cheongwon-gun, Chungcheongbuk-do, South Korea

Birthday: May 10, 1979

Horoscope Sign: Taurus

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Smartasses Magazine Top 100 - Female EmpowermentHyori Lee Bio – Smartasses Magazine Hyori Lee 이효리 (born May 10, 1979) is a South Korean singer, actress, record producer, activist, and television presenter. Lee attended Kookmin University. Lee married musician Lee Sang-soon, guitarist of rock band Roller Coaster on September 1, 2013 at their vacation home on Mt. Halla in Jeju Island.

Lee was discovered while taking sticker pictures with her friends. She began her career as part of South Korean girl group Fin.K.L, which debuted on May 22, 1998 with their first single Blue Rain. Lee released her debut solo album, Stylish, in August 2003, and she nearly swept the Daesangs, South Korea’s version of the Grammys, winning more than seven. On December 20, 2008, she held her first solo concert Lee Hyori the Invincible at the Jamsil Arena, where upon release, tickets to the concert sold out in five minutes. Lee’s third album, It’s Hyorish, was released on July 14, 2008 and U-Go-Girl, the first single from the album, hit number one on online and offline charts. On May 6, 2013, she released Miss Korea, her pre-release track for her fifth album Monochrome, which she wrote and composed as a sophisticated retro-jazz song. At the 2013 SBS Gayo Daejeon televised concert, Lee personally selected 30 non-celebrity women “with love and respect for themselves” who she saw as the genuine Miss Korea’s to perform the song with her on stage. She released Monochrome on May 21, 2013, and used a full band instead of electronically generated sounds for the songs. Eight tracks were ranked in the Top 10 on Bugs, Olleh and Naver Music, while its lead track, Bad Girls topped the charts on MelOn, Naver, Olleh and Bugs.

The first single, Dark Angel, from Lee’s Get Ya! album saw some controversy, as the songwriters of Britney Spears‘ single Do Somethin’ accused Lee’s songwriters of plagiarism. In 2010, after the release of her album H-Logic, seven of the songs composed by Bahnus were also said to be plagiarised. Lee admitted that the plagiarism accusations were true, saying she had been deceived, and temporarily stopped TV appearances and all activities as a singer. While on hiatus, Lee began to grow as a cultural influence, writing columns for newspapers that mixed her thoughts on life and career with social commentary, and she was well received for her simple prose, humor and intelligence, and she also became an increasing presence in the civic community, emerging as one of the country’s most high-profile animals rights activists. In 2011, she released two charity songs for donation to animal shelters, Please Stay Behind and Remember.

Lee was chosen as the first ever Asian-wide model for Calvin Klein Jeans. She made her acting debut in January 2005, in the SBS TV series Three Leaf Clover. Lee’s popularity in her various activities eventually was dubbed the Hyori Syndrome, and the Korean Media nicknamed 2003 The Year of Hyori, as she was rarely out of the news. She has also been referred to as the CF for Commercial Queen, for appearing in countless South Korean television commercials. In 2006, Lee was the highest-paid female singer in South Korea. In May 2015, she announced that she had closed her blog and Twitter account, and along with shutting down her social media, she also stopped all television activities. In October of the same year, Lee’s representatives told media outlets that she would be taking a two year hiatus from her entertainment career, in order to have time for herself.

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Why we think she’s hot:

There may be no single individual in Smartasses Top 100 lore, who we are higher on year in and year out than the South Korean singer named Hyori Lee. As far as the rest of the world goes, Hyori so transcends the normal accolades of typical stardom, that it’s almost a sin to slap the ever popular Kpop tag on her, in much the same way that someone would be falling terribly short by referring to Jesus as only a mere preacher. Simply put, Hyolee is nothing short of an absolute goddess, in every conceivable and literal sense of the word. Not only is she breathtaking to look at, she’s also a huge advocate for animal welfare & animal rights, and as role models go, Miss Lee is the gold standard.

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