Gummy

Ji Yeon Park

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  • First Name: Ji Yeon
  • Family Name: Park
  • Native name: 박지연
  • Also Known as: 거미;Geomi
  • Nationality: South Korean
  • Gender: Female
  • Born: April 8, 1981
  • Age: 38

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Gummy

  • Name: Gummy
  • Native name: 박지연
  • Also Known as: 거미;Geomi
  • Nationality: South Korean
  • Gender: Female
  • Born: April 8, 1981
  • Age: 38
Gummy is a South Korean singer currently under C-JeS Entertainment.

Gummy debuted in 2003 with her first full-length album Like Them. Her second album, It's Different, was released on September 9, 2004. The album's title track "Memory Loss" brought her success and recognition and led her to win the Bonsang at the 19th Golden Disk Awards. The same year, she earned at the 2004 Mnet Km Music Festival for Mobile Popularity Award for the song.

On October 15, 2011, the MV for her remake of "I'm Sorry" feat. TOP was released.
2013 marked the tenth anniversary for Gummy, and she celebrated with a fan meeting. She then released her OST for the drama That Winter, the Wind Blows entitled "Snow Flower".
Gummy also released her second Japanese album, Fate(s). She also had a duet with Daesung from BIGBANG. Two music videos were released for the lead single of the album, "Shinjiteru (Believe)".

Gummy signed with C-JeS Entertainment in October 2013, leaving YG Entertainment.

Gummy has been in a relationship with actor Jo Jung-suk since 2013. In June 2018, they announced they would be getting married in the fall. On October 8, 2018, news broke that the couple had gotten married privately.
TV Show
Year Title # Role Rating
2019 Love at First Song
Korean TV Show, 2019, 8 eps
"Heart Makers" Panel (Regular Member)
8
"Heart Makers" Panel
Regular Member
7.2
2019 Super Hearer
Korean TV Show, 2019, 8 eps
Hearer (Ep. 7-8) (Guest)
8
Hearer (Ep. 7-8)
Guest
0.0
2019 Everyone's Kitchen
Korean TV Show, 2019, 11 eps
(Ep.6) (Guest)
11
(Ep.6)
Guest
8.5
2019 I Can See Your Voice: Season 6
Korean TV Show, 2019, 13 eps
(Ep. 5) (Guest)
13
(Ep. 5)
Guest
8.9
2018 The Fan
Korean TV Show, 2018, 12 eps
(Ep.2) (Guest)
12
(Ep.2)
Guest
8.2
2018 The Call
Korean TV Show, 2018, 10 eps
3rd Line Up (Regular Member)
10
3rd Line Up
Regular Member
8.8
2017 Park Jin Young's Party People
Korean TV Show, 2017, 12 eps
(Ep. 9-10) (Guest)
12
(Ep. 9-10)
Guest
8.5
2017 Fantastic Duo: Season 2
Korean TV Show, 2017, 36 eps
(Ep.19) (Guest Role)
36
(Ep.19)
Guest Role
8.5
2016 Life Bar
Korean TV Show, 2016, 118 eps
(Ep. 117) (Guest)
118
(Ep. 117)
Guest
8.5
2016 Let's Eat Dinner Together
Korean TV Show, 2016, 195 eps
(Ep. 35) (Guest)
195
(Ep. 35)
Guest
8.4
2016 Vocal War: God's Voice
Korean TV Show, 2016, 17 eps
(Pilot, Ep. 1–12, and 15–17) (Guest Role)
17
(Pilot, Ep. 1–12, and 15–17)
Guest Role
9.0
2015 Knowing Bros
Korean TV Show, 2015, 250 eps
(Ep. 158) (Guest)
250
(Ep. 158)
Guest
9.2
2015 I Can See Your Voice: Season 2
Korean TV Show, 2015, 14 eps
(Ep. 10) (Guest)
14
(Ep. 10)
Guest
8.8
2015 King of Mask Singer
Korean TV Show, 2015, 250 eps
[Contestant](Ep.25-34) (Guest)
250
[Contestant](Ep.25-34)
Guest
8.8
2014 Please Take Care of My Refrigerator
Korean TV Show, 2014, 254 eps
(Ep. 110) (Guest)
254
(Ep. 110)
Guest
8.6
2013 I Live Alone
Korean TV Show, 2013, 350 eps
(Ep. 183) (Guest)
350
(Ep. 183)
Guest
9.0
2011 Immortal Songs: Singing the Legend
Korean TV Show, 2011, 450 eps
(Guest)
450
Guest
8.8
2010 Running Man
Korean TV Show, 2010, 600 eps
(Ep. 458-459, 467-469) (Guest)
600
(Ep. 458-459, 467-469)
Guest
9.4
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