Here are 27 famous musicians from South Korea were born in 1980:
Kim So-yeon (November 2, 1980 Seoul-) also known as So-yeon Kim, Gim So-yeon, Kim So-yŏn or Kim So-Yeon is a South Korean actor.
Read more about Kim So-yeon on Wikipedia »
Ryoo Seung-bum (August 9, 1980 Asan-) a.k.a. Ryoo Seung-Bum, Ryu Sŭng-bŏm, Seung-beom Ryu, Ryu Seung-Beom, Ryu Seung Bum, DJ Ryoo, Ryoo Seung-beom or Ryu Seungbum is a South Korean actor.
Read more about Ryoo Seung-bum on Wikipedia »
Bada (February 28, 1980 Bucheon-) also known as 바다, Vada or Sea is a South Korean singer and actor.
Discography: Aurora, Start, A Day of Renew, Made in Sea and See the Sea. Genres she performed include Rhythm and blues, Ballad, Pop music, K-pop and Dance music.
Read more about Bada on Wikipedia »
Lee Eun-ju (December 22, 1980 Gunsan-February 22, 2005 Bundang) also known as Eun-ju Lee, Eun-Joo Lee, I Eun-ju, I Ŭnju, Lee, Eun-Joo, Lee Eun-joo, I Eunju, Ri Ŭnju or Lee Eunju was a South Korean actor.
Read more about Lee Eun-ju on Wikipedia »
Lee Jung-hyun (February 7, 1980 Seoul-) also known as Lee Jung Hyun, Lee, Jung Hyun, Jung-hyun Lee, Hyony, Ava, The Techno Queen, The Techno Warrior, The Queen of Transformation, I-jong Hyon, Zhenxian Li, Korea's Björk, Techno Queen of Korea, Ms. Charisma, Queen of Change, Little Giant, I Jeong-hyeon, Yi Chŏnghyŏn, イ・ジョンヒョン or Lee Junghyun is a South Korean singer and actor.
Discography: Let's Go to My Star, Lee Jung Hyun II, Magic to go to my star, Summer Party!, Heaven, Passion～情熱～/Heavy world, This Is Hyony, Fantastic Girl, I ♡ Natural and Passion. Genres: Trance music, K-pop, Techno, Pop music and Eurodance.
Read more about Lee Jung-hyun on Wikipedia »
Jo Seung-woo (March 28, 1980 Seoul-) also known as Seung-woo Cho, Cho Seung-woo, Jo Seung-u, Cho Sŭng'u, Jo Seung Woo, Jo Seungwoo, Cho, Seung-Woo or Jo Seung Wu is a South Korean actor.
Read more about Jo Seung-woo on Wikipedia »
Jo Hyun-jae (May 9, 1980 Seoul-) also known as Hyeon-jae Jo, Jo Hyun Jae or Cho Hyǒn-chae is a South Korean actor.
Read more about Jo Hyun-jae on Wikipedia »
Kim Jeong-hoon (January 20, 1980 Jinju-) also known as Jeong-hoon Kim, John Hoon, Gim Jeong-hun, Kim Chŏnghun, John-Hoon, Kim Jung-hun, Jeong-hun Kim or Zhen Xun Jin is a South Korean singer and actor.
His discography includes: , 僕は君を愛してる, 君に出会った日から, First Mini Album, 5 Stella Lights, SAD SONG, Rainy Flash, VOICE, VOICE 2 and .
Read more about Kim Jeong-hoon on Wikipedia »
Jeong Da-bin (March 4, 1980 Seongnam-February 10, 2007 Samseong-dong) a.k.a. Jeong Hye-Seon, Hye-sun Jung, Da-bin Jeong, Chŏng Tabin, Hye-sun Jeong, Jung Hye-sun or Jung Dabin was a South Korean actor.
Read more about Jeong Da-bin on Wikipedia »
Lee Dong-gun (July 26, 1980 Gangnam District-) a.k.a. Lee Dong-Geon, Lee Dong Gun, Lee, Dong Gun, Emmanuel Lee, I Dong-geon, Yi Tong-gǒn, Dong-geon Lee, Dong Gun Lee or Lee Dong-Gun is a South Korean singer and actor.
His albums include 美しいはじまり.
Read more about Lee Dong-gun on Wikipedia »
Jun Jin (August 19, 1980 South Korea-) also known as 박충재, 전진, Junjin , Park Choong Jae, 前進, Park Choong-jae or 朴忠裁 is a South Korean singer, actor, rapper and dancer.
His albums: 인사(人事) (연·애·별緣·愛·別), 사랑이 오지 않아요, Forever, 前進 New Decade, Together 4ever and Fascination. Genres he performed include Pop music, Ballad, K-pop, Rhythm and blues, Dance music and J-pop.
Read more about Jun Jin on Wikipedia »
Lee Jae-won (April 5, 1980 Seoul-) a.k.a. Lee Jae Won, Lee, Jae Won, I Jae-won or Yi Chaewŏn is a South Korean singer, actor and rapper.
His albums include No Pain No Gain. Genres he performed include K-pop, Hip hop music and Rap music.
Read more about Lee Jae-won on Wikipedia »
Lee Hee-Jin (February 21, 1980 South Korea-) a.k.a. Lee, Hee Jin, 이희진 or Hee-jin Lee is a South Korean singer and actor.
Genres related to her: Pop music.
Read more about Lee Hee-Jin on Wikipedia »
Dong-Min Lim (April 14, 1980 Seoul-) a.k.a. Dong Min Lim is a South Korean pianist.
Genres: Classical music.
Read more about Dong-Min Lim on Wikipedia »
Kahi (December 25, 1980 Gangwon Province-) also known as 가희, Park Kahi or Park Ji Young is a South Korean composer, lyricist, singer, rapper, dancer and actor.
Her discography includes: , Who Are You? and Who Are You? + Come Back You Bad Person. Her related genres: Dance music, Pop music and K-pop.
Read more about Kahi on Wikipedia »
Jang Yun-jeong (February 16, 1980 Chungju-) otherwise known as Jang, Yoon Jeong is a South Korean singer and master of ceremonies.
Her albums: Jang Yoon Jeong Twist, , , and . Her related genres: Trot and Trot.
Read more about Jang Yun-jeong on Wikipedia »
Ock Joo-hyun (March 20, 1980 South Korea-) also known as Oak Joo Hyun, Ock Ju Hyun, Ok Ju Hyun, Ok, Ju Hyun or 玉珠鉉 is a South Korean singer, disc jockey, professor, presenter and actor.
Her albums include Nan, L'Ordeur Original, Ss Life 2nd Ost [single], and Remind. Genres she performed: K-pop, Dance-pop and Pop music.
Read more about Ock Joo-hyun on Wikipedia »
Verbal Jint (December 19, 1980 Seoul-) a.k.a. 버벌진트, 김진태 or Kim Jin Tae is a South Korean singer, lyricist and rapper.
His albums include , , Stand Up, Japan [single], Go Easy 0.5 [ep], Go Easy, , , Framed and . Genres: Hip hop music, Underground hip hop, K-pop and Korean hip hop.
Read more about Verbal Jint on Wikipedia »
Lee Jin (March 21, 1980 South Korea-) also known as Lee, Jin, 이진 or 李眞 is a South Korean singer and actor.
Read more about Lee Jin on Wikipedia »
Hwangbo (August 16, 1980 Seoul-) also known as Hwang Bo, Hwangbo Hyejeong, Hye-Jeong Hwangbo, Hwangpo Hyechǒng or Bo Hwang is a South Korean actor, singer and rapper.
Discography: Lady in Black, R2song (arisong) [mini Album], , Gift For Him [single] and . Genres she performed include K-pop, Pop music, Hip hop music and Rap music.
Read more about Hwangbo on Wikipedia »
Jung-in (December 7, 1980 South Korea-) otherwise known as Jeong In, 정인, JungIn or Jung In is a South Korean singer.
Her albums include Jeongin From Andromeda [ep], Melody Remedy [ep], Road For Hope [digital Single], , , and Bicycle. Her related genres: K-pop, Pop music and Rhythm and blues.
Read more about Jung-in on Wikipedia »
Tablo (July 22, 1980 Jakarta-) a.k.a. Daniel Armand Lee, Supreme T, Lee Seon-woong or Daniel Seon woong Lee is a South Korean lyricist, songwriter, rapper, actor and record producer. He has one child, Haru Lee.
His albums include AnyBand, and . Genres he performed include Electronic music, Alternative hip hop, Hip hop music, Trip hop and K-pop.
Read more about Tablo on Wikipedia »
Kang Sung-hoon (February 22, 1980 Seoul-) also known as Kang, Sung Hoon, Seong-hun Kang, Hoony, Gang Seong-hun, Kang Sŏnghun or Kang Sunghoon is a South Korean singer and actor.
His albums include , My Girl and Everlasting. Genres he performed: Pop music and K-pop.
Read more about Kang Sung-hoon on Wikipedia »
Chung Dong-ha (April 17, 1980 Seoul-) a.k.a. Jeong, Dong-ha, Chung, Jae-hwan, Chung, Dong-ha or Jung Dong-ha is a South Korean musician.
His related genres: Rock music.
Read more about Chung Dong-ha on Wikipedia »
Jang Su-won (July 16, 1980 Bucheon-) a.k.a. Jang Su Won, Chang Su Won, Short Man, Angel or Jang Soowon is a South Korean singer, rapper, dancer and actor.
Genres he performed include K-pop and Pop music.
Read more about Jang Su-won on Wikipedia »
Yoo Se-yoon (September 12, 1980 Asan-) a.k.a. Yoo Sae Yoon, 유세윤 or Lyu Se Yun is a South Korean comedian and singer.
Read more about Yoo Se-yoon on Wikipedia »
Bizzy (February 29, 1980 New Zealand-) otherwise known as Park Joon Young or Bizzionary is a South Korean singer, songwriter, rapper and composer.
His albums include . Genres related to him: Hip hop music.
Read more about Bizzy on Wikipedia »