An immensely popular pop singer (as well as actress) in her native South Korea, Hyori Lee -- born May 10, 1979 -- got her start as part of the K-pop group Fin.K.L., who were formed in 1998. After recording a number of albums with that particular group, Lee moved into the role of television presenter and solo artist. Her first album, Stylish...E, was released in 2003, and won the singer a great deal of awards and sales. Her acting career also took off around this time, as she starred in a dramatic television series entitled [RoviLink="VW"]Three Leaf Clover. In 2006 Lee released a second album, Dark Angel, which was a big seller due to its racy nature. Lee released a "digital single" -- "Toc Toc Toc" -- in 2007 to coincide with and act as a soundtrack to her latest dramatic venture, a television miniseries called [RoviLink="VW"]If in Love...Like Them. Her third album, It's Hyorish, arrived in summer 2008 and featured the single "U-Go-Girl." ~ Chris TruePortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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