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MAMAMOO Members: Meet The ‘Girl Crush’ Kpop Group!

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MAMAMOO members have been stars of many concert, event, or television show. Therefore, it’s not surprising that many kpop fans want about them. Since 2014 till now, MAMAMOO has gone through various ups and downs. Nevertheless, the success has been written under their name. The four-member MAMAMOO kpop girl group debuted on 18 June 2014 with their first single, Mr. Ambiguous, under RBW. The group consists of four dazzling stars- leader Solar, Moonbyul, Wheein, and Hwasa. 

Some critics even considered their debut as one of the best Kpop debuts of 2014, which is a huge thing. After 2014 falls under the 3rd generation kpop, where we welcomed various worldwide famous kpop bands such as GOT7, Hotshot, Infinite F, Lovelyz, Red Velvet, etc. Also, due to their strong stage persona, MAMAMOO members always stand out from the crowd. The members are recognized for their jazz, R&B, retro concepts, and strong vocal performances. Therefore, MAMAMOO’s discography consists of 3 studio albums, 1 compilation album, 44 music videos, 11 EPs, 25 singles, and 17 promotional singles.

Besides the group activities, the members are focused on their solo careers. Since each member possesses a unique charm, there is no doubt Moomoos (MAMAMOO Fandom Name) can’t help but fall in love with them!

Also Read: Best Stage Moments By MAMAMOO’s Solar


Kim Yong Sun, better known by her stage name Solar, was born on 21 February 1991 in Gangseo-gu, Seoul, South Korea. She attended Modern K Music Academy University. Solar is the leader and one of MAMAMOO members. Before joining the Kpop industry, Solar dreamed of becoming a flight attendant. However, after singing for a free gift, she was discovered by the agency. Therefore, being trained for years, Solar put her 110% to be where she is now. She even created the official fan song for Moomoos.

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Furthermore, Kim Youg Sun made her official solo debut with the single album Spit It Out in April 2020. She has written and produced various MAMAMOO tracks such as Taller Than You, My Hometown, Aze Gag, From Winter to Spring, I’m Your Fan, etc. Solar has also given her voice to numerous kdrama OSTs such as School 2021 OST Winterblooming, Kill Heel OST Dun Dun Dun, Vincenzo OST Adrenaline, etc. Being an idol, Solar has participated in Korean variety shows, such as King of Mask Singer, We Got Married Season 4 (with Eric Nam), Two Yoo Project- Sugar Man, etc. With such an extensive career and popularity, she is the main vocalist of MAMAMOO. However, the down-to-earth Solar doesn’t prefer it.


Moon Byul Yi, who is also known as Moonbyul, was born on 22 December 1992 in Bucheon, South Korea. She is a member and rapper of MAMAMOO kpop girl group. Besides joining MAMAMOO members, Moonbyul is a former member of Girls Next Door. The rapper also made her solo debut with the digital single Selfish in May 2018. Besides Selfish, Moonbyul has released various singles and mini albums such as Weird Day, G999, 6sequence, etc. She has also written numerous MAMAMOO songs such as Piano Man, Decalcomanie, Spring Day, No More Drama, My Star, etc.

mamamoo kpop group moonbyul


Seeing such a vast discography, it’s no wonder Moonbyul has written the rap parts by herself. However, not many know, but initially, she had auditioned for a vocalist position but changed to become a rapper later. Furthermore, Moonbyul has been credited for more than 98 songs and thus received the title- the most credited female idol of her generation. Besides her singing career, Moonbyul enjoys playing MapleStory game!

Also Read: Fun Facts About Mamamoo’s Moonbyul That You Should Know


Jung Hwi In, better known by her stage name Wheein, was born on 17 April 1995 in Jeonju, Jeollabuk-do, South Korea. She is a vocalist and performer of MAMAMOO kpop group. She graduated from Wonkwang Information Arts High School. Before being one of MAMAMOO members, Wheein was an MBK Entertainment trainee. Four years after MAMAMOO’s debut, Wheein made her official solo debut with the digital single Magnolia in April 2018.

mamamoo member wheein


Wheein has also released two mini albums Redd and Whee, a single album Soar, special singles D-Day and collaborated with Heechul, Jungmo, and Ailee. The vocalist has given her voice to various kdrama OSTs such as Hospital Playlist OST With My Tears, The Red Sleeve OST I Wish, Thirty-Nine OST In Your Days, and many more! Besides singing, Wheein participated in composing and producing numerous tracks such as Medorato, Trash, Springtime, 25, etc. However, when it comes to her free time, Wheein enjoys mukbang shows since her love for snacks is not a secret among Moomoos. Hence, she is self-proclaimed as Snack Queen!


Ahn Hye Jin, also known by her stage name Hwasa, was born on 23 July 1995 in Jeonju, Jeollabuk-do, South Korea. She is a vocalist, rapper, and maknae of the kpop girl group MAMAMOO. Like Wheein, Hwasa also graduated from Wonkwang Information Arts High School. Therefore, the two knew each other since their middle school days. Before joining MAMAMOO members, Hwasa used to record guide vocals for 4Minute. She is also a former member of the project girl group Refund Sisters.

mamamoo member hwasa


In February 2019, Hwasa finally made her solo debut with the digital single Twit. The singer has dropped a mini album Maria, a single album Guilty Pleasure, a digital single Play with Life, and even collaborated with Loco, Woogie, Esna, etc. She sang The Heirs OST Break Up for You, Not Yet for Me, and The King: Eternal Monorch OST Orbit. Due to her rising fame, Hwasa has been featured for various artists such as Sura, San E, K.Will, Dua Lipa, PSY, and many more. Furthermore, Hwasa’s popularity reached a new level with her variety show appearance, especially on MBC’s I Live Alone. The show has revealed a different side of MAMAMOO’s Hwasa that could steal anyone’s heart!

Also Read: MAMAMOO’s Disbandment: When Will the 3rd Generation Girl Group Disband?

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Hello, I'm Harshali Bait and I'm from the City of Dreams. As a content writer, I write engaging content based on k-dramas and k-pop music world. You can reach out to me at


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