The second-most populated city in South Korea after Seoul is Busan, which also happens to be the country’s principal port. Busan, a thriving port city, is well known for its magnificent beaches, towering mountains, variety of marine life, and historic Buddhist temples.
It serves as the area’s intellectual, cultural, and commercial center and is a well-liked vacation spot for tourists from abroad and residents. The city is even more desirable as a travel destination because it has its distinctive dialect.
In addition to being well-known for its tourist attractions, Busan is also famous for being the hometown of many adored K-pop artists and idols whose beauty rivals that of the city. Let’s look at a few female K-pop icons born in Busan, South Korea’s second-largest city.
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SANDARA PARK (DARA)
Dara is the stage name of Sandara Park, a South Korean actress, singer, and television host. In 1984, she was born in Busanjin-gu, Busan, South Korea. But later, in 1993, her family moved to Daegu, and then in 1994, they moved to the Philippines. Dara has experience in the Philippines’ entertainment industry and is well-known there.
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Kim Min-Jeong is a vocalist, dancer, and visual for the girl group AESPA from SM Entertainment. She is also a part of the female supergroup “GOT the beat.” Her stage name, Winter, is how many refer to her professionally. Despite being from Yangsan-si, she was born in Busan in 2001.
EXY is the primary rapper, singer, and leader of Cosmic Girls, also known as WJSN. Chu So-Jung is her actual name. She was born in 1995 in the South Korean city of Busan’s Geumjeong-gu. EXY is also a performer. She performed in “The Flatter,” “Urban Myths,” and other films.
Jiwon, also known as Park Ji-won, is the lead singer from 9. In 1998, she was born in the South Korean city of Busan’s Haeundae-gu. She participated in “SIXTEEN” and was a former trainee with JYP Entertainment. Jiwon came in sixth place at “Idol School.”