Hello Ga-Young

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Hello Ga-Young
안녕하신가영
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Born
Baek Ga-Young

(1987-10-23) October 23, 1987 (age 34)
Busan, South Korea
NationalitySouth Korean
CitizenshipSouth Korea
Occupation
  • Singer-songwriter
  • Bassist
Years active2013-present
Musical career
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Genres
  • K-pop
  • Folk-pop
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • Bass
Labels
  • Hello Eumak
  • Interpark Entertainemt
Associated actsJoa Band (2009-2013)
Websiteinterparkenter.com/hellogayoung/Main

Baek Ga-Young(Korean: 백가영; born October 23, 1987) is a South Korean singer-songwriter. Hello Ga-Young(Korean: 안녕하신가영) is her stage name. Before beginning her solo project, she was a member of Joa Band, a Korean indie band, from 2009 to 2013. She debuted as a singer-songwriter in December 2013, with her first single The Word We Hesitated To Say Too Long (Korean: 우리 너무 오래 아꼈던 그 말). Her discographies were released by her independent music label "Hello Eumak", before she established a partnership with Interpark Entertainment in 2017. From 2013 to present, Hello Ga-Young has released two albums, three extended plays, and seventeen singles.[1]

Career

2009-2013: a bassist of Joa Band

A musical career of Baek Ga-Young begun as she participated in Joa Band as a bassist in 2009. Because it was typical for Joa band members that the member who wrote the song sings the song, she began writing and singing her own songs in the band. Her first song in Joa Band was "Life Is Unpredictable(Hot Choco)" (Korean: 인생은 알 수가 없어(핫초코)). She composed and sang three more songs, "Are You Doing All Right?" (Korean: 잘 지내니 좀 어떠니), "To Become Lost" (Korean: 길을 잃기 위해서), and "Falling Apart Because Of 10 Minutes" (Korean: 10분이 늦어 이별하는 세상). "Are You Doing All Right?" was her first song to be introduced on a television show, "2 Days & 1 Night" of KBS2.[2]

2013-2014: single debut

She started a small music label Hello Eumak(Korean: 안녕음악), with her friend Cheon See-woo(Korean: 천시우) as an A&R executive[3]. Her debut single, The word we hesitated too long, released on December 30, 2013.[4] On March 20, 2014, Her first extended play "Opponent Process Theory" was released, including the two previously released single "The Word We Hesitated To Say Too Long" and "I Like You", with three more new songs.

2015: Every moment

In 2015, Hello Ga-young unveils her first album "Every Moment"(Korean: 순간의 순간). On the first week of its release, the album ranked 2nd on the K-Indie Chart vol.48[5], a Korean Independent Music Chart ranked by Mirrorball Music from February 11 to 25, 2015 in South Korea. "Every Moment" remained in the top 30 of the chart for 14 weeks(vol.48~vol.54[6], from February 11, 2015 to May 25, 2015).

2016-2018: Collection Of Short Stories

In March 2016, during the early spring in South Korea[3], Hello Ga-Young announced a one-year music project Collection Of Short Stories(Korean: 단편집). The first single of the project was "Collection Of Short Stories - Winter To Spring"(Korean: 단편집 - 겨울에서 봄). Following the first single, "Collection Of Short Stories - Satelite"(Korean: 단편집 - 인공위성), "Collection Of Short Stories - Hang In There When You Feel Down"(Korean: 단편집 - 우울한 날들에 최선을 다해줘), and "Collection Of Short Stories - Where Is Love"(Korean: 단편집 - 어디에 있을까) were respectively released in summer[7], autumn[8], and winter[9]. She also wrote and published her first essay "(When I can't fall asleep easily) A Night That Will Need Explaining" during the project. Each chapter's title was inspired by the titles of four singles of Collection of Short Stories.[10] The project ended as the compilation album of those songs, Collection Of Short Stories - Almost Like Missing You was released on March 17, 2017, with her new song "Almost Like Missing You"(Korean: 그리움에 가까운). From May 26, 2017, she has become a member artist of Interpark Entertainment, a Korean record company.

2019-present: something special

When her second album "something special"(Korean: 특별히 대단할 것) was released, her solo concert celebrating the album release also took place at Ewha Girls' High School's 100th-Anniversary Hall, from February 16 to 17, 2019.[11]

Discography

Album

  • Every Moment (2015) (Korean: 순간의 순간)
  • something special (2019)

Extended Play

  • Opponent Process Theory (2014) (Korean: 반대과정이론)
  • Feelings (2016)
  • Collection Of Short Stories - Almost Like Missing You (2017)

Single

  • The Word We Hesitated To Say Too Long (2013) (Korean: 우리 너무 오래 아꼈던 그 말)
  • I Like You (2014) (Korean: 네가 좋아)
  • A Night That Will Need Explaining (2014) (Korean: 언젠가 설명이 필요한 밤)
  • The Work Of Boring Creation (2014) (Korean: 재미없는 창작의 결과)
  • A Trouble-Free Relationship (2015) (Korean: 문제없는 사이)
  • Cotton And Candy (2015) (Korean: 솜과 사탕)
  • Collection Of Short Stories - Winter To Spring (2016)
  • Collection Of Short Stories - Satelite (2016)
  • Collection Of Short Stories - Hang In There When You Feel Down (2016)
  • Collection Of Short Stories - Where Is Love (2016)
  • Now Is Our Everything (2017) (Korean: 지금이 우리의 전부)
  • At The Han River (2018)
  • Stars In The Night Sky (2018)
  • my day is too long (2018)
  • tease me (2019)
  • Tiny bits of life Part.12 (2019)
  • It's the sun that's sinking, it's not you (2020)

O.S.T

  • Recalling Myself... In The Memory (Missing You OST) (2016) (Korean: 그 기억 속에... 나를 불러본다)[12]
  • Lee Han Chul & Hello Ga-Young - Alone But Happy (Dingo Food OST) (2015) (Korean: 혼자라도 좋아)[13]
  • Brighter (Woman with a Suitcase (Original Television Soundtrack) Part. 4) (2016) (Korean: 밝아졌죠)[12]
  • Good Bye (My Friend's Romance (Original Television Soundtrack), Pt.3) (2017)[14]
  • Blue Day (Avengers' Social Club (Original Tv Soundtrack) Part 3) (2017)[15]
  • Where are you? (My first love OST Part.2) (2017)[15]
  • 123 LOVE (Love is beautiful, Life is wonderful Special OST) (2019)[16]

Books

Date Title Type Publisher
Marth 17, 2017[10] (When I can't fall asleep easily) A Night That Will Need Explaining (Korean: (쉽게 잠들지 못하는 밤은) 언젠가 설명이 필요한 밤) Essay Billybutton (Korean: 빌리버튼)

In the media

        

References

  1. "Interpark Entertainment - Discography" (in 한국어). April 6, 2020. Retrieved May 5, 2020.
  2. "Are You Doing All Right?(Appears on 2 Days & 1 Night". Melon (in 한국어). South Korea. January 16, 2013. Retrieved May 6, 2020.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "credit of Collection Of Short Stories - Winter To Spring". Bugs (in 한국어). South Korea. March 16, 2016. Retrieved May 7, 2020.
  4. "Baek Ga-Young of Joa Band Starts A Solo Project Hello Ga-Young". Herald Business (in 한국어). South Korea. December 30, 2013. Retrieved May 6, 2020.
  5. "K-Indie Chart vol.48". Mirrorball Music (in 한국어). South Korea. February 26, 2015. Retrieved May 6, 2020.
  6. "K-Indie Chart vol.54". Mirrorball Music (in 한국어). South Korea. May 26, 2015. Retrieved May 6, 2020.
  7. "credit of Collection Of Short Stories - Satelite". Bugs (in 한국어). South Korea. June 21, 2016. Retrieved May 7, 2020.
  8. "credit of Collection Of Short Stories - Hang In There When You Feel Down". Bugs (in 한국어). South Korea. October 10, 2016. Retrieved May 7, 2020.
  9. "credit of Collection Of Short Stories - Where Is Love". Bugs (in 한국어). South Korea. October 10, 2016. Retrieved May 7, 2020.
  10. 10.0 10.1 (When I can't fall asleep easily) A Night That Will Need Explaining on YES24. YES24 (in 한국어). South Korea. March 17, 2017. Retrieved May 7, 2020.
  11. Park Suyun (January 27, 2019). "Hello Ga-Young Says "Hello again" to you, "You are something special"". Yonhap News Agency (in 한국어). South Korea. Retrieved May 7, 2020.
  12. 12.0 12.1 "Leading 'Beaury Pop' Artist Hello Ga-Young tries to catch both popularity and musicality with her new OST of 'Woman with a suitcase'". SportsQ (in 한국어). South Korea. November 2, 2016. Retrieved May 7, 2020.
  13. "credit of Alone But Happy". melon (in 한국어). South Korea. October 25, 2016. Retrieved May 7, 2020.
  14. "'My Friend's Romance OST 'Good Bye'(Produced by Saevom) Was Released". The Sports Chosun (in 한국어). South Korea. September 5, 2017. Retrieved May 7, 2020.
  15. 15.0 15.1 "Musician Hello Ga-Young says "I Hope That My Song Comforts Someone"". Voice of the People (in 한국어). South Korea. April 12, 2018. Retrieved May 7, 2020.
  16. "Hello Ga-Young Announces '123 LOVE', A First OST of 'Love is beautiful, Life is wonderful'". Ilgan Sports (in 한국어). South Korea. November 2, 2019. Retrieved May 7, 2020.

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