Meet the Debut Members of Girls on Fire

Get to know the debut members of Girls on Fire and their inspiring journeys.
Meet The Debut Members Of Girls On Fire

The final episode of the survival program Girls on Fire aired on JTBC on June 25, 2024, marking the debut of an exciting new girl group. Five talented contestants emerged victorious and will soon make their official debut. They are Lee Nayoung, Hwang Seyoung, Lee Sooyoung, Kang Yunjeong, and Yang Drea Irae. As winners, they received a prize of 200 million won (approximately 2.3 billion rupiah) and will enjoy extensive promotions, including album releases, national concert tours, and global showcases. Let’s dive into the profiles of these soon-to-be stars.

Lee Nayoung: The Perseverant Star

Lee Nayoung

Lee Nayoung ( 

Birth Name: Lee Nayoung
Date of Birth: April 17, 2002
Age: 22
Citizenship: South Korea
Instagram Account: @160.0_0
YouTube Account: Nayoung_Lee

Lee Nayoung is no stranger to the spotlight. Before Girls on Fire, she participated in several other singing competitions, including The Voice of Korea (2020), The Legend, The New Singer (2021), and The Debut: Dream Academy (2023). Despite being eliminated from these shows, Nayoung’s perseverance paid off when she secured her place in Girls on Fire, bringing her one step closer to achieving her dream.

Hwang Seyoung: The Indie Soul

Hwang Seyoung

Hwang Seyoung ( 

Birth Name: Hwang Seyoung
Date of Birth: November 8, 1994
Age: 29
Citizenship: South Korea
Instagram Account: @soye__da
YouTube Account: @sye_3243

Hwang Seyoung’s journey has been marked by resilience and reinvention. A former contestant on Produce 101 (2016), Seyoung also competed in K-pop Star 6: The Last Chance (2017) and appeared on MBC’s Duet Song Festival (2017). After several setbacks, Seyoung debuted as an indie artist under the stage name Sesang, later changing it to søye. She signed with rrr Entertainment in June 2023, and now her inclusion in Girls on Fire marks a fresh start in her career.

Lee Sooyoung: The Leader

Lee Sooyoung

Lee Sooyoung ( 

Birth Name: Lee Sooyoung
Date of Birth: December 16, 2002
Age: 21
Citizenship: South Korea
Instagram Account: @sooyyw_

Finishing third on Girls on Fire, Lee Sooyoung has already captured the hearts of fans with her impressive leadership skills. A dedicated student of singing, Sooyoung trained at the same institution as Kim Yebin, another contestant on the show. Her determination and talent have set her apart, promising a bright future ahead.

Kang Yunjeong: The Artistic Visionary

Kang Yunjeong

Kang Yujeong ( 

Birth Name: Kang Yunjeong
Date of Birth: April 14, 1998
Age: 26
Citizenship: South Korea
Instagram Account: @gemma.kang
YouTube Account: @gemmakang119

Kang Yunjeong’s rich academic background in the arts sets her apart. An alumnus of Seonhwa Arts Middle School and Seonhwa Arts High School, Yunjeong majored in music in college. She has also participated in I Can See Your Voice Season 8 (2021) and frequently uploads singing content on her YouTube channel. Her multifaceted talents make her a standout member of the group.

Yang Drea Irae: The Young Prodigy

Yang Drea Irea

Yang Drea Irea ( 

Birth Name: Yang Drea Irae
Date of Birth: July 25, 2005
Age: 19
Citizenship: South Korea-France
Instagram Account: @dreairae
YouTube Account: @dreaygirae3279
TikTok Account: @dreirae.yg

The youngest member of the group, Yang Drea Irae, is a vibrant and talented performer. Of South Korean-French descent, she has participated in I Can See Your Voice Season 7 (2020). As the group’s maknae, or youngest member, Irae’s energetic presence and unique vocal color add a fresh dynamic to Girls on Fire.

A Promising Future Ahead

Girls on Fire is set to make a significant impact with these five talented members. Each brings a unique background and set of skills, promising a bright future for the group. Fans are eagerly awaiting their debut and the musical journey that lies ahead. Which member is your favorite? Share your thoughts and excitement as we anticipate the rise of Girls on Fire!

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