Everything About Mamamoo: Profile, Age, Height, Discography, etc.

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Mamamoo, the Girl Group With Pleasing Harmonies

Branded as the vocally talented group, Mamamoo is like a breath of fresh air among the typical idol groups, who emphasized choreography and one-hit-wonder songs as their selling points. Consisting of four members, Mamamoo debuted in 2014 under Rainbow Bridge World, and has become a group who is unstoppably releasing back-to-back popular songs.

In this article, Channel-Korea will tell you all about the members of Mamamoo, starting with their personal profiles and fun facts, discography, filmography, awards, and nominations, their plastic surgery rumors and diet tips, their Instagram feed, and their latest news. So, keep reading!

Mamamoo’s Solar Full Profile

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Stage Name: Solar

Birth Name: Kim Yong Sun

Nickname: Mommy

Date of Birth: Gangseo-gu, Seoul, South Korea, February 21, 1991

Age: 29 (Korean age) / 28 (International age)

Position: Leader, Main Vocalist, Visual, Face of the Group

Zodiac Sign: Pisces

Chinese Astrology: Sheep

Height: 161 cm

Weight: 43 kg

Nationality: South Korean

Siblings: 1 (an older sister named Kim Yong-hee)

Education: Modern K Music Academy University

Fun Facts About Mamamoo’s Solar

  • Solar considers herself Mamamoo’s Mom. She is also Mamamoo’s scaredy-cat, due to her fear of roller coasters or high rides and ghosts,
  • Initially, Solar wanted to be a flight attendant. She also said that she wanted to be a tour guide in Korea for foreigners
  • Solar was discovered by the agency after singing for a free gift.
  • Solar created the official fan song for the fans.
  • Solar used to share a room with Hwasa before the group moved out to their own places after the Um Oh Ah Yeh era.
  • Solar is close friends with Red Velvet’s Irene and Apink’s Chorong.
  • Solar’s ideal type is Simon Dominic. She said that she likes hip-hop and hoped to do something good together, musically.

Mamamoo’s Moonbyul Full Profile

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Stage Name: Moonbyul

Birth Name: Moon Byul Yi

Nickname: Black Hole

Date of Birth: Bucheon, South Korea, December 22, 1992

Age: 28 (Korean age) / 27 (International age)

Position: Main Rapper, Main Dancer, Vocalist, Visual

Zodiac Sign: Capricorn

Chinese Astrology: Monkey

Height: 163 cm

Weight: 45 kg

Nationality: South Korean

Siblings: 2 (younger sisters named Moon Seul-gi and Moon Ye-sol)

Fun Facts You Have to Know About Mamamoo’s Moonbyul

  • Moonbyul originally auditioned to be a vocalist but changed to become a rapper instead.
  • Moonbyul received attention for her resemblance to BTOB’s Minhyuk and EXO’s Xiumin.
  • Moonbyul has done lots of participation ever since Mamamoo’s debut. She wrote her rap for Piano Man and helped write her rap for Mr. Ambiguous, along with Hanhae of Phantom. In addition, Moonbyul created the choreography for Mr. Ambiguous.
  • Along with Solar, Moonbyul is not good with roller coasters or high rides.
  • Moonbyul earned her nickname ‘Black Hole’ because she tends to sweat a lot.
  • Moonbyul is included in the 92-liners group, along with EXID’s Hani, VIXX’s Ken, BTS’ Jin, and B1A4’s Sandeul. They have a group chat where they talk to each other.
  • Moonbyul used to share a room with Wheein before the group moved out to their own places after the Um Oh Ah Yeh era.
  • Moonbyul is close to RedVelvet’s Seulgi.
  • Moonbyul’s ideal type is Gong Yoo. She likes guys with broad shoulders who are able to grab and hug her in one go.

Mamamoo’s Wheein Full Profile

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Stage Name: Wheein

Birth Name: Jung Whee In

Nickname: Jindo Dog, Snack Queen

Date of Birth: Jeonju, Jeollabuk-do, South Korea, April 17, 1995

Age: 25 (Korean age) / 24 (International age)

Position: Lead Vocalist, Lead Dancer

Zodiac Sign: Aries

Chinese Astrology: Pig

Height: 159 cm

Weight: 43 kg

Nationality: South Korean

Siblings: None

Fun Facts About Mamamoo’s Wheein

  • Wheein has known Hwasa since middle school.
  • Wheein is a former MBK Entertainment trainee.
  • Wheein’s hobby is to watch eating shows and drawing.
  • Wheein is close to SONAMOO‘s Newsun, Bigstar’s Jude, and SEVENTEEN’s Vernon.
  • Wheein used to share a room with Moonbyul before the group moved out to their own places after the Um Oh Ah Yeh era.
  • Wheein’s ideal type is Beenzino. She has a big crush on him.

Mamamoo’s Hwasa Full Profile

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Stage Name: Hwasa

Birth Name: Ahn Hye Jin

Nickname: The Cook

Date of Birth: Jeonju, Jeollabuk-do, South Korea, July 23, 1995

Age: 25 (Korean age) / 24 (International age)

Position: Lead Vocalist, Lead Rapper, Maknae

Zodiac Sign: Leo

Chinese Astrology: Pig

Height: 160 cm

Weight: 44 kg

Nationality: South Korean

Siblings: 2 (two older sisters)

Education: Wonkwang Information Arts High School

Fun Facts About Mamamoo’s Hwasa

  • Hwasa has known Wheein since middle school.
  • Hwasa used to record guide vocals for 4Minute. She was also the featured vocalist in Phantom’s Fingernail and Baechigi’s Boy Jump.
  • Hwasa has written and composed songs included in Mamamoo’s albums, such as My Heart/I Do Me and Freakin Shoes.
  • Hwasa’s first love was her social studies teacher. She was still in contact with him during the You’re The Best era.
  • Hwasa’s hobbies are cooking and listening to old Jazz music.
  • Hwasa used to share a room with Solar before the group moved out to their own places after the Um Oh Ah Yeh era.
  • Hwasa’s ideal type is guys who have a father-like aura. She named Ryu Seung-ryong and George Clooney as examples of her ideal type.

Mamamoo’s Discography

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Unlike regular idol groups who usually release a mini-album or digital single when they debut, Mamamoo had three pre-debut songs which were collaborations with other artists. The first song, Don’t Be Happy, which features rapper Bumkey, was released on January 8, 2014. A month later, their collaboration with K.Will and Wheesung Peppermint Chocolate was available on music sites and hit number 11 on the Gaon Digital Chart. Lastly, Mamamoo and Geeks’s collaboration HeeHeeHaHeHo was released in late May.

After introducing the public with their mindblowing vocals and harmonization, Mamamoo made their official debut with their first mini-album Hello. Notably, the music video of the title track, Mr. Ambiguous, includes various cameos by Baek Ji-young, K.Will, Jung Joon-young, CNBLUE’s Jonghyun, Wheesung, and Brand New Music’s CEO Rhymer.

Five months after their debut, Mamamoo released their second mini-album, Piano Man. The title track peaked at number 41 on the Gaon Digital Chart, whereas Mamamoo’s reputation for being a talented rookie girl-group became well established after their performance on Immortal Songs 2.

Slowly, but surely, Mamamoo’s popularity started to soar in 2015 as they released their third mini-album, Pink Funky. The group promoted Ahh Oop!, which was their second collaboration with female singer Esna, and Um Oh Ah Yeh, along with the release of the album in mid-June. After charting in in the top 100, Mamamoo was able to enter the top 10 as Um Oh Ah Yeh reached number three on the Gaon Chart

In 2016, Mamamoo released their first full album, Melting. Prior to their comeback, the girls pre-released I Miss You and 1cm/Taller than You, and the title track, You’re the Best, topped the various music streaming sites. The group also received their first music show win with this song.

After their first full album, Mamamoo released two more mini-albums, with the title tracks Decalcomanie and Yes I Am. Just like the previous releases, these tracks were able to further cement Mamamoo’s position in South Korea’s music industry.

In 2018, Mamamoo is undoubtedly busy, as they promote endlessly with Starry Night, Egotistic, and Wind Flower. These songs have different characteristics from each other, giving Mamamoo the ability to showcase their versatile charm: Starry Night has a chilling EDM vibe, Egotistic with its intense and fiery Latin feel, and Wind Flower with its deep lyrics accompanied by musical instruments in a relaxed manner.

in addition to their own discography, Mamamoo has also lent their voice to the original soundtracks of some popular television series and movies, such as Strong Girl Bong-soon and Goblin, which you can see in the complete list below.

2014 – Love Lane (original soundtrack of Marriage, Not Dating)

2014 – This Song (featuring Loco for the original soundtrack of My Lovely Girl)

2015 – My Everything (original soundtrack of SPY)

2015 – Girl Crush (original soundtrack of Innisia Nest)

2016 – Woo Hoo (original soundtrack of LG G5 and Friends)

2017 – Love (original soundtrack of Goblin)

2017 – Double Trouble Couple (original soundtrack of Strong Girl Bong-soon)

2017 – Open Your Mind (original soundtrack of Man to Man)

2018 – Everyday (original soundtrack of BIO Single Special)

2018 – You In The Dream (original soundtrack of Suits)

Mamamoo’s Filmography

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Just like many other idol groups, Mamamoo has been invited to be on many variety shows. One of the programs which Mamamoo often appeared on is Weekly Idol. Aired on MBC Every1, Mamamoo has been the guest cast of Weekly Idol in both 2017 and 2019, where they did lots of games and activities, such as asking the fans’ question, doing Random Play Dance, and many more.

In 2016, Mamamoo joined with GFriend in the idol variety program Showtime. Many idol groups such as Apink, Infinite, SISTAR, and EXO had participated in the previous season. In Showtime, the fans are able to see Mamamoo’s daily activities and missions with GFriend, as well as the interaction between these rising girl-groups.

Two years later, Mamamoo finally has their own show A Lucky Day, which aired on Olleh TV for eight episodes. The show displayed Mamamoo’s fun activities during their vacation.

Not only variety shows, but Mamamoo also briefly appeared on tvN’s drama Entourage. The girls had a cameo on the pilot episode as the performers in the night club.

Mamamoo’s Awards and Nominations

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Ever since their debut in 2014, Mamamoo was able to win awards as a rookie group. Later on, as their popularity rose, Mamamoo was nominated in lots of award shows, such as the Golden Disc Awards, Melon Music Awards, Mnet Asian Music Awards, and many more. You can see the complete list of Mamamoo’s awards and nominations, below!

2014 – New Artist Award on Melon Music Awards (Nomination)

2014 – Rookie of the Year on Seoul Success Awards (Winner)

2015 – Best Female Dance on Melon Music Awards (Nomination)

2015 – Top 10 Artists on Melon Music Awards (Winner)

2015 –Artist of the Year on Melon Music Awards (Nomination)

2015 – Album of the Year on Melon Music Awards (Nomination)

2015 – New Artist of the Year on Gaon Chart Music Awards (Winner)

2015 – Best Vocal Performance Female on Mnet Asian Music Awards (Nomination)

2015 – UnionPay Song of the Year on Mnet Asian Music Awards (Nomination)

2015 – Best Female Group on Mnet Asian Music Awards (Nomination)

2015 – Bonsang Award on Seoul Music Awards (Nomination)

2015 – New Artist Award on Seoul Music Awards (Nomination)

2015 – Popularity Award on Seoul Music Awards (Nomination)

2015 – Hallyu Special Award on Seoul Music Awards (Nomination)

2016 – Bonsang Award on Seoul Music Awards (Nomination)

2016 – Daesang Award on Seoul Music Awards (Nomination)

2016 – Popularity Award on Seoul Music Awards (Nomination)

2016 – Hallyu Special Award on Seoul Music Awards (Nomination)

2016 – Best Vocal Performance Group on Mnet Asian Music Awards (Nomination)

2016 – HotelsCombined Artist of the Year on Mnet Asian Music Awards (Nomination)

2016 – HotelsCombined Song of the Year on Mnet Asian Music Awards (Nomination)

2016 – Popularity Award (Music Category) on Asia Artists Awards (Nomination)

2016 – Best Entertainer Award (Female Group Category) on Asia Artist Awards (Winner)

2016 – Song of the Year on Melon Music Awards (Nomination)

2016 – Best Female Dance on Melon Music Awards (Nomination)

2016 – Kakao Hot Star Award on Melon Music Awards (Nomination)

2016 – Netizen Popularity Award on Melon Music Awards (Nomination)

2016 – Top 10 Artists on Melon Music Awards (Nomination)

2016 – Popularity Award on Melon Popularity Award (Winner on March 7 and 14 and December 5 and 12)

2016 – Trendy Word on Sports DongA Awards (Winner)

2016 – Music Chart Winner on SBS’s Inkigayo (March 6 and 13)

2016 – Music Chart Winner on Mnet’s M Countdown (March 10)

2016 – Music Chart Winner on KBS’s Music Bank (March 11 and 18)

2016 – Music Chart Winner on MBC’s Show Champion (March 9 and 16)

2016 – Music Chart Winner on SBS’s The Show (March 15 and November 29)

2017 – Music Chart Winner on SBS’s The Show (June 27)

2017 – Music Chart Winner on MBC’s Show Champion (June 28)

2017 – Music Chart Winner on Mnet’s M Countdown (June 29 and July 6 and 13)

2017 – Music Chart Winner on MBC’s Show! Music Core (July 1)

2017 – Music Chart Winner on KBS’s Music Bank (July 7)

2017 – Music Chart Winner on SBS’s The Show (June 27)

2017 – Music Chart Winner on SBS’s The Show (March 13 and 20 and July 24)

2017 – Daesang Award on Soribada Best K-Music Awards (Nomination)

2017 – Bonsang Award on Soribada Best K-Music Awards (Winner)

2017 – Popularity Award on Soribada Best K-Music Awards (Nomination)

2017 – Best Korean Act on MTV Europe Music Awards (Nomination)

2017 – Popularity Award on Melon Popularity Award (Winner on July 7)

2017 – Kakao Hot Star Award on Melon Music Awards (Nomination)

2017 – Netizen Popularity Award on Melon Music Awards (Nomination)

2017 – Best Female Dance on Melon Music Awards (Nomination)

2017 – Top 10 Artists on Melon Music Awards (Winner)

2017 – Artist of the Year on Melon Music Awards (Nomination)

2017 – Album of the Year on Melon Music Awards (Nomination)

2017 – Popularity Award (Music Category) on Asia Artists Awards (Nomination)

2017 – Best Icon Award (Music Category) on Asia Artists Awards (Winner)

2017 – Song of the Year (February) on Gaon Chart Music Awards (Winner and Nominated for Two Different Songs)

2017 – Song of the Year (November) on Gaon Chart Music Awards (Nominated)

2017 – Digital Daesang on Golden Disc Awards (Nomination)

2017 – Digital Bonsang on Golden Disc Awards (Winner)

2017 – Popularity Award on Golden Disc Awards (Nomination)

2017 – Asian Choice Popularity Award on Golden Disc Awards (Nomination)

2017 – Best Vocal Performance Group on Mnet Asian Music Awards (Nomination)

2017 – Qoo10 Artist of the Year on Mnet Asian Music Awards (Nomination)

2017 – Qoo10 Song of the Year on Mnet Asian Music Awards (Nomination)

2017 – Best Female Group on Mnet Asian Music Awards (Nomination)

2017 – Bonsang Award on Seoul Music Awards (Winner)

2017 – Popularity Award on Seoul Music Awards (Nomination)

2017 – Hallyu Special Award on Seoul Music Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Bonsang Award on Seoul Music Awards (Nomination)

2018 – TikTok Dance Performance Award on Seoul Music Awards (Winner)

2018 – Popularity Award on Seoul Music Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Hallyu Special Award on Seoul Music Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Best Female Group on Mnet Asian Music Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Best Vocal Performance Group on Mnet Asian Music Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Song of the Year on Mnet Asian Music Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Artist of the Year on Mnet Asian Music Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Worldwide Icon of the Year on Mnet Asian Music Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Worldwide Fans’ Choice Top 10 on Mnet Asian Music Awards (Winner)

2018 – Favorite Vocal Artist on Mnet Asian Music Awards (Winner)

2018 – Digital Daesang on Golden Disc Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Genie Popularity Award on Golden Disc Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Global Popularity Award on Golden Disc Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Song of the Year (June) on Gaon Chart Music Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Popularity Award (Music Category) on Asia Artists Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Artist of the Year (Music Category) on Asia Artists Awards (Winner)

2018 – Best Music Award on Asia Artists Awards (Winner)

2018 – Bonsang Award on Korean Popular Music Awards (Winner)

2018 – Popularity Award on Korean Popular Music Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Artist of the Year on Korean Popular Music Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Song of the Year on Korean Popular Music Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Artist of the Year on MBC Plus X Genie Music Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Song of the Year on MBC Plus X Genie Music Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Female Group Award on MBC Plus X Genie Music Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Dance Track (Female) on MBC Plus X Genie Music Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Popularity Award on Melon Popularity Award (Winner on March 19)

2018 – Vocal Track (Female) on MBC Plus X Genie Music Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Genie Music Popularity Award on MBC Plus X Genie Music Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Song of the Year on Melon Music Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Best Female Dance on Melon Music Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Netizens Popularity Award on Melon Music Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Kakao Hot Star Award on Melon Music Awards (Nomination)

2018 – K-pop Female Group on BreakTudo Awards (Winner)

2018 – Popularity Award (Female) on Soribada Best K-Music Awards (Winner)

2018 – Bonsang Award on Soribada Best K-Music Awards (Winner)

2018 – Global Fandom Award on Soribada Best K-Music Awards (Nomination)

2018 – Music Chart Winner on MBC’s Show Champion (March 14)

2018 – Music Chart Winner on Mnet’s M Countdown (March 15 and 22 and August 2)

2018 – Music Chart Winner on KBS’s Music Bank (March 16)

2018 – Music Chart Winner on SBS’s Inkigayo (March 18 and 25 and April 1)

2019 – Artist Top 10 on V Live Awards (Nomination)

2019 – Best Channel – 1 million followers on V Live Awards (Nomination)

2019 – Song of the Year (March) on Gaon Chart Music Awards (To Be Announced)

2019 – Song of the Year (July) on Gaon Chart Music Awards (To Be Announced)

2019 – Digital Daesang on Golden Disc Awards (Nomination)

2019 – Digital Bonsang on Golden Disc Awards (Winner)

2019 – Popularity Award on Golden Disc Awards (Nomination)

2019 – NetEase Most Popular K-pop Star on Golden Disc Awards (Nomination)

2019 – Bonsang Award on Seoul Music Awards (Winner)

2019 – Popularity Award on Seoul Music Awards (Nomination)

2019 – Hallyu Special Award on Seoul Music Awards (Nomination)

Mamamoo’s Concerts and Tours

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After debuting for two years, Mamamoo finally started to do their own concerts and tours. Not only in their home country, but Mamamoo is also able to greet their overseas fans in some countries in Asia, such as Japan, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. You can see the complete list of Mamamoo’s concerts and tours below!

2016 – Mamamoo Concert – Moosical (Seoul, South Korea)

2017 – Mamamoo Concert – Moosical: Curtain Call (Seoul and Busan, South Korea)

2018 – Mamamoo Concert – 4 Seasons S/S (Seoul, Taipei, and Hong Kong)

2018 – Mamamoo 1st Concert Tour in Japan (Osaka, Tokyo, and Nagoya)

2019 – Mamamoo Showcase Live Tour in Japan – Back Stage! (Nagoya, Tokyo, and Osaka)