Singer Chung-ha was selected as a model for a campaign by a leading U.S. sports goods company last year to emphasize women's power of women. The theme of the campaign is "The Force is Female," which means that women themselves are power. The 23-year-old is considered a model for the campaign, which means that Chung-ha is considered a symbol of a young woman. 

She was a member of IOI, a project group produced by the Mnet Audition program "Produs 101," which aired in 2016, and showed great performance on stage. "I want to be bold on the stage." Right after Christmas, Chung-ha's eyes were shining at a cafe in Mapo-gu, Seoul.

Chung-ha tightened her shoelaces from the beginning of the New Year. She released her new song, "Twelve o'clock." In the song, he sings, "I don't want to let you go," saying, "It's already 12 o'clock." It is a woman, not a man, who wants to be with her lover more and doesn't want to send her partner home. The request is not hidden from the song, but rather 'hate'. Chung-ha expected it to be "the most challenging concept ever made."

Chung-ha, who started her solo career with her 2017 song "Monday, Wednesday and Thursday," received great love last year. The song "Rollercoaster" was streamed (played) more than 100 million times on music source sites such as Melon. It is the best female solo artist in Korea. The petitioner is said to have recently paid off the family debt. He worked as a trainee at various entertainment agencies, including JYP Entertainment, until a month before appearing in Produs 101. Chung-ha, who grew up under her single mother, is well known for having dreamed of becoming a singer.

YG Entertainment CEO Yang Hyun-seok said in a recent broadcast that Chung-ha was a valuable person for missing. Although she has grown to become a singer who is receiving attention from the music industry, her worries have grown. "When I was a trainee, I thought it would be over if I made my debut, but now that I've made my debut, I have to show a new look." Chung-ha still takes vocal lessons today. At the Mnet Asian Music Awards, which was held in Hong Kong recently, she met pop star Janet Jackson in the 1980s and 1990s. Jackson made an impressive remark at the time, "Women dream of an uncontrolled world."

"I prepared a singer to watch Jackson's performance. I especially liked All for You. You still dance on stage and sing live. I have to be that kind of singer again."

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