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Stephanie (singer, born october 1987)

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Kim Bo-kyung (born October 16, 1987), better known as Stephanie Kim or Stephanie, is an American singer, ballerina and musical actress based in South Korea. Born in South Korea[contradictory] and raised in California, she returned to South Korea and joined SM Entertainment after winning Youth Best Selection Competition in February 2004. After years of training, she debuted as a member of South Korean girl group The Grace in April 2005. In October 2012, Stephanie began her solo career with the releases of single album The New Beginning.

Stephanie made her debut as a member of the South Korean girl group The Grace in 2005. Since then, the group released three studio albums and ten singles. In 2010, the group went to hiatus due to Stephanie's health issues.

As of 2011, Stephanie joined as a member of the Los Angeles Ballet.[1][2]

On October 8, 2012, Stephanie debuted as a solo artist under another music label called Media Line and released her first solo single album The New Beginning along with the title track "Game". In April 2014, it was reported that Stephanie would release an independent track in the summer under new label Mafia Records, but it was delayed due to some unspecified reason. Her digital single "Prisoner" finally released in August 2015.[3][4] Her follow-up digital single "Blackout" was released in late September 2015.[5] Stephanie released her first EP "Top Secret" with title track "Up, Up" featuring Teen Top's L.joe in October 2015.[6]

Stephanie released her third digital single "Tomorrow" on May 6, 2016.[7] In the end of May 2016, Stephanie's contract with SM Entertainment expired. She maintained solo act under the record label Mafia Records.[8]

In April 2019, Stephanie joined WK Media after her contract with Mafia Records ended.[9] Soon afterwards, Stephanie released digital single "Man on the Dance Floor" on April 18.[10]

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