“Mama the Idol” is one of the well-known South Korean television shows. The show has gained a huge viewership base, and with each new episode, it is continuing to rise to a new level of success. The unique structure of the show has boosted its popularity, and undoubtedly it has increased its audience base across the domestic arena.
With its unique concept of the show, it has successfully attracted the spotlight not only domestically but also globally. The show has not only brought many warm memories back but also has opened a new door for all those who had bid goodbye to their stage life a long time back in past. It is really good for everyone out there to see their favorite idols back on stage with new energy and dream.
The entire cast lineup of the show has won thousands of hearts, and all of them have done an amazing job. The most interesting part of the show is its concept of bringing back the idols who left the stage due to their personal responsibilities. And, that has made the whole cast of the show really an incredible one and, of course, a memorable one.
Here, we are going to take a closer look at all of them who have made this show a beautiful success. Therefore, without wasting any more of your time, let’s have a quick skim inside.
Mama the Idol: Everything About the Cast Lineup
Min Sun-ye is recognized as one of the legendary personalities of K-Pop. She is a former leader and main vocalist of the South Korean girl group Wonder Girls. She is now a regular member of “Mama the Idol”.
Apart from her group activities, she has contributed to the tracks of various Korean artists, including Park Jin-young’s “Afternoon Separation” and Mighty Mouths’ “energy”. She has also sung a single “Maybe” for “Dream High” a popular KBS drama series. Sun Ye has done a series of recording collaboration, and each one of them has been a huge success.
Moreover, she has also shared stages with many other artists like Davichi for “Stand Up for Love” Taeyeon for SBS Gayo Daejeon. In the year 2008, she shared stages with Taeyeon, Gyuri, and Ga-in on KBS Music Bank and performed “Buttons”.
She officially retired from the stage in 2015 and later signed up with Polaris Entertainment in 2018.
Park Ga Hee
Professionally known as Kahi, Park Ga Hee is recognized as a former leader of the South Korean girl group After School. In the year 2012, she departed from the group and pursued her solo and acting career. Signed under Pledis Entertainment, she released her second mini-album, “Who Are You?” on October 10, 2013.
Later in 2014, she was starred in the lead role for the musical and Korean adaptation of “Bonnie & Clyde”. She left Pledis Entertainment in 2015 and a year later joined in as a dance trainer for the show Produce 101.
Park Jung Ah
Recognized as the former leader of the South Korean girl group Jewelry, Park Jung Ah is a popular South Korean entertainer and now a regular members of “Mama the Idol”. After the group went on hiatus, she debuted as a solo singer. In 2006 she released her solo album “Yeah”. Leaving Star Empire behind in the year 2013, she joined WM Company. She has sung an OST for the drama series “Doctor Stranger’s”.
Hong Jin Kyung
Recognized as a South Korean entrepreneur, model, host, comedian, and actress, Hong Jin Kyung has made an appearance in many television series. “My Love from the Star” and “The Legend of the Blue Sea” are some of the popular drama series she has participated in. Moreover, Jin Kyung has also appeared in the variety show “Off to School”. She has bagged the title of “Female Entertainer” and “Celebrity YouTuber” at the 2021 Brand of the Year Awards.
Do Kyung Wan
Kyung Wan is recognized as a South Korean announcer for KBS. He has appeared in many television shows like “Where is My Destination”, “National Bang Bang Cook Cook”, “Let’s Let My Daughter”, “Dream of Robinhood”, “Let’s Play Basketball”, “Hangout with Yoo”, and many others on the list.
Lee Chan Won
He is recognized as a Korean trot singer. Chan Won has appeared in the drama series titled “King Maker: The Change of Destiny” and the movie “Mr. Trot: The Movie”. Apart from that, he has appeared in television shows like “Racket Boys”, “Ganadagati”, “Will This Work? Melon Station”, “Miss Trot Season 2”, and several others.
Cho Seung-youn or Woodz is recognized as a South Korean singer, songwriter, rapper, dancer, and record producer. He is a co-founder of M.O.L.A, a musical collective, and Team How, which is his personal production team. Recently on October 5, 2021, he has released his third EP, “Only Lovers Left” and marked a comeback. The EP has double title tracks “Kiss of Fire” and “Waiting”.
Bae Yoon Jung
Yoon Jung is recognized as a popular K-Pop dance choreographer and also the CEO of YAMA & HOTCHICKS Entertainment. She has appeared in many television shows like “Mom’s Café 2”, “TMI News Season 2”, “Miss Back”, “Let’s Love Again”, and many others.
Kim Go-eun or Byul is recognized as a South Korean singer. She debuted in the year 2002 with her album “December 32”. Later, in 2009 her fifth album “Primary” was released.