Here are 23 famous musicians from South Korea were born in 1984:
Lee Da-hae (April 19, 1984 Seoul-) also known as Da-hye Byun, Da-hae Lee, Byun Da-hae or Lee Da Hae is a South Korean model and actor.
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Dong-Hyek Lim (July 25, 1984 Seoul-) a.k.a. 임동혁 is a South Korean pianist.
His albums: Goldberg Variations. Genres he performed include Classical music.
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Ku Hye-sun (November 9, 1984 Bupyeong District-) also known as Hye-sun Koo, Ku Hye Sun, Hye-sun Ku, Koo Hye Seon, Goo Hye Sun, Koo Hye Sun, Ku Hye-Seon, Koo Hye-seon, Gu Hyesun or Gu Hye Seon is a South Korean actor, singer, author, model, film director, composer, artist, film producer, screenwriter, visual artist, musician and music artist.
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Han Ji-hye (June 29, 1984 Gwangju-) also known as Ji-hye Lee, Ji-hye Han, Lee Ji-hye, Han Ji-Hye, Han Chihye, I Ji-hye, I Chihye, Han Jihye, Han Ji Hye or Lee Ji Hye is a South Korean actor and model.
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Nam Sang-mi (May 3, 1984 Yeongju-) a.k.a. Nam Sang Mi, Sang Mi Nam or Sang-mi Nam is a South Korean actor.
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Seven (November 9, 1984 Seoul-) also known as Seven, 세븐, SE7EN, Dong Wook Choi, 최동욱 or Choi Dong-wook is a South Korean singer, actor and dancer.
His albums: 光, STYLE, スタートライン / Forever, 24/SE7EN, FIRST SE7EN, I wanna..., Must Listen, Just Listen, Se7olution and Digital Bounce. Genres he performed: Pop music, J-pop, K-pop, Rhythm and blues, Hip hop music and Contemporary R&B.
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Shin Min-a (April 5, 1984 Seongnam-) also known as Min-ah Yang, Min Ah Shin, Sin Min-a, Sin Mina, Yang Min-a, Yang Min'a, Min-a Shin, Mina Shin, Shin Mina, Shin Min-ah, Min-a Yang or Sin Min-ah is a South Korean actor, model and singer.
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Yesung (August 24, 1984 Cheonan-) a.k.a. Ye, Sung, Jong-woon Kim, Kim Jong-woon, Yeseong, Yesŏng, Gim Jong-un or Kim Chong-un is a South Korean singer, disc jockey, actor, presenter and dancer.
Related albums: The President (Part 2). His related genres: Rhythm and blues, Dance-pop, Pop music, Contemporary R&B, Dance music and K-pop.
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Sandara Park (November 12, 1984 Busan-) a.k.a. Santokki, Dara, Sandy, Darong, Krung-Krung, Sandra Park, Park Sandara, Krung Krung, Pambansang Krung-Krung ng Pilipinas or Darabbit is a South Korean singer, presenter, actor, model, rapper and dancer.
Her discography includes: Sandara, Sandara: Walang Sabit, Sandara: Ang Ganda Ko, In Or Out, Walang Sabit, Ang Ganda Ko and Kiss. Genres: K-pop, Pop music, Rhythm and blues, Hip hop music, Contemporary R&B, Synthpop, House music and Dance-pop.
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Jang Shin-young (February 17, 1984 Jeonju-) a.k.a. Jang Sin-yeong, Jang Shin Young, Shin-yeong Jang, Jang Sinyoung, Jang Sin-young or Chang Sin-yŏng is a South Korean actor and model.
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Kim Hyo-jin (February 10, 1984 Seoul-) also known as Gim Hyo-jin, Hyo-jin Kim, Kim, Hyo-jin, Kim Hyo Jin or Kim Hyojin is a South Korean model and actor.
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Yoon Eun-hye (October 3, 1984 Seoul-) also known as Yoon, Eun Hye, Yoon Eun Hye, Yun Ŭnhye, Eun-hye Yun, Eun Hye Yoon, YUN Eun-hye, Yoon Eun-Hye, Yoon Eunhye or 윤은혜 is a South Korean singer, actor, model and entertainer.
Her albums include Love Is Blind, Dash Girl, Romance, Ziple ‘Asak’, Saranghae, Salad Song and Tic Tok.
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Park Bom (March 24, 1984 Seoul-) a.k.a. Bom, Jenny Park or Bommie is a South Korean singer, dancer and actor.
Discography: You And I, Don't Cry and All I Want For Christmas Is You. Genres she performed include Hip hop music, Pop music, Contemporary R&B, Dance music, Rock music, Synthpop, Electronic dance music, K-pop and Soul music.
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Seo In-Young (September 3, 1984 Seoul-) a.k.a. Elly or Seo Inyoung is a South Korean singer, presenter, actor, model and dancer.
Her albums include Elly Is So Hot, Elly Is Cinderella, , Ellythm [digital Single], and . Genres she performed include Pop music, Rhythm and blues, Hip hop music and K-pop.
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Lim Jeong-hyun (July 5, 1984 Korea-) otherwise known as FunTwo is a South Korean musician.
His related genres: Neoclassical metal, Rock music and Instrumental rock.
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Jung Yuri (December 6, 1984 Incheon-) is a South Korean , .
His albums include The Ring of Diamond. Genres: Dance music, K-pop and Contemporary R&B.
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Kim Joon (February 3, 1984 Gwacheon-) also known as Kim joon, Kim Hyung Joon, Gim Jun, Kim Jun, Kim Chun, Gim Hyeong Jun, Kim Hyŏng Jun or Kim Hyŏng Chun is a South Korean actor, singer, model and musician.
His discography includes: Anycall Haptic Mission. Genres related to him: K-pop, J-pop and Pop music.
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Hwang Jung-eum (December 25, 1984 Seoul-) also known as Hwang Jeong-eum or Hwang Jŏngŭm is a South Korean actor, singer and model.
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Ho Jun Son (June 27, 1984 Gwangju-) also known as Son, Ho-Jun, Son Ho-joon or Ho Joon Son is a South Korean actor and singer.
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Huh Gak (November 15, 1984 Incheon-) is a South Korean singer.
His albums include LITTLE GIANT. His related genres: Pop music.
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Simon Dominic (March 9, 1984 Busan-) otherwise known as Simon D, Jung Ki-seok or K-OUTA is a South Korean rapper and musician.
Discography: Simon Dominic Presents ‘SNL LEAGUE BEGINS’ Album. Genres he performed include Hip Hop and Hip hop music.
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Ji Hyun-woo (November 29, 1984 Seoul-) also known as Ji Hyun Woo, Ji Hyeon-Woo, Joo Hyung-tae, Ju Hyeong-tae, Ju Hyŏng-tae, Ji Hyeon-wu, Ji Hyŏn-wu, Ji Hyunwoo or Hyun-Woo Ji is a South Korean actor, musician and presenter.
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BumKey (September 22, 1984 South Korea-) a.k.a. Beomki or Gwongibeom is a South Korean musician.
His related genres: Korean hip hop.
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