Either you're a K-pop fan or not, you might have at least heard the song with the lyrics, "I want nobody, nobody but you. I want nobody, nobody but you."
The people who sung this track are called Wonder Girls, the first girl group formed by JYP Entertainment. They are considered one of the most successful female groups of their generation, alongside 2NE1 and Girls' Generation.
Not to mention, Wonder Girls' "Nobody" debuted at No. 76 on Billboard Hot 100, becoming the first song by a Korean artist to enter the chart in history.
Wonder Girls made their debut in the K-pop scene in 2007 and after 10 long years of activity, they eventually disbanded after some members decided not to renew their contracts with JYP Entertainment.
Since that it has been four years since their disbandment, where are Wonder Girls members now? If you would like to find out, keep on reading!
Where are Wonder Girls Members Now?
Wonder Girls' leader and main vocalist, Yeeun was heavily involved in the production of many of the group's songs. While under JYP Entertainment, former Wonder Girls Yeeun made her solo debut under the stage name "HA:TFELT" in July 2014 with her EP, entitled "Me?"
Yeeun was one of the members who renewed her contract with JYPE. A few months after leaving the agency, she signed with Amoeba Culture. She has since been promoting as a solo artist.
Former Wonder Girls Yeeun's latest solo comeback is on July 14 when she released a new digital single, titled "Summertime" featuring Keem Hyo Eun.
Sunmi was Wonder Girls' main dancer and visual. In 2010, she took a break from group activities to focus on her studies, and then she rejoined the group in 2015.
Following Wonder Girls' disbandment, Sunmi joined Makeus Entertainment, which was later acquired by ABYSS Company. She has since consistently released solo music and took home numerous music show trophies.
Sunmi made her latest solo comeback on Aug. 6 with her third EP, "1/6 (One Sixth)," which contains the title song "You Can't Sit With Us."
Yubin, Wonder Girls' main rapper and face of the group, was one of the members who renewed her contract with JYP Entertainment in 2017. She then made her solo debut with her first digital single, titled "City Woman," in 2018.
After releasing two more digital singles under JYPE in 2019, former Wonder Girls Yubin departed from the company in January 2020 and founded her own music agency, RRR Entertainment, a month later.
Yubin then continued her solo activities under her company, and also consistently writes and composes her own songs. Her latest release is another digital single, "Perfume," which was dropped in January this year.
Like Yubin, Hyerim (Wonder Girls' maknae) renewed her exclusive contract with JYP Entertainment following Wonder Girls' disbandment. She appeared on the tvN 2018 drama "Hello, Stranger!" and also sang an OST for the show alongside Soorin Kim and Mint.
In addition to this, former Wonder Girls Hyerim also focused on her studies. She even translated the novel "The Diary of Anne Frank" from English into Korean.
In 2020, Hyerim left JYP Entertainment and signed with Yubin's label, RRR Entertainment. The female idol then wed taekwondo athlete Shin Mincheol in July of the same year. A month later, Hyerim published her first book "Just Keep Swimming."
HyunA, who first debuted as Wonder Girls' rapper, left the group after five months due to health reasons. She then joined CUBE Entertainment in 2008 and re-debuted as a member of the girl group 4Minute a year after.
After 4Minute's disbandment, HyunA renewed her contract with CUBE Entertainment, but she later left the company in 2018. She later signed with PSY's P Nation in 2019 and has since been making solo comebacks.
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Sunye initially debuted as Wonder Girls' leader and main vocalist. She took a hiatus after her marriage to James Park in 2013, but she eventually left the group in 2014 to focus on her family.
In 2018, Sunye signed with Polaris Entertainment to continue her solo activities. In November 2020, she released a duet with 2AM Jo Kwon, titled "First Page."
Former Wonder Girls Sunye is currently a mother to three children.
Sohee was initially Wonder Girls' main dancer and face of the group. She left JYP Entertainment and the group in 2013 and signed with BH Entertainment to focus on her acting career.
Sohee later moved to KeyEast Entertainment in 2015, but she returned to BH in 2018. She has since been appearing in numerous K-dramas. Her latest appearances are on "Drama Stage Season 4 - Attention Hog," and "Drama World 2."
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Written by Mhaliya Scott