JeA is a South Korean singer best known as the leader of Korean popular music girl group Brown Eyed Girls. As a solo artist, she has contributed numerous songs to various soundtracks, including "Mia" for Chuno, "Geudae Babo" ("You fool") for Padam Padam, and "Poison" for The Fugitive: Plan B.
Before her debut in Brown Eyed Girls, JeA, then know simply by her name Kim Hyo-jin was a member of the OST group 3point and had previously been singing OSTs for TV dramas such as Escape from Unemployment, The Bodyguard, Prince's First Love, Lovers in Paris and Tree of Heaven.
Brown Eyed Girls
JeA is the one responsible of the creation of Brown Eyed Girls and was actively involved in the selection of the other members besides herself. The four members - JeA, Narsha, Ga In and Miryo - performed several small shows under the name "Crescendo" before officially debuting as Brown Eyed Girls in 2006. JeA's position in the group is as leader.
JeA released her first solo album, "Just JeA" in 2013. She is the last of the members of Brown Eyed Girls to release their own solo album.