Park Sae Byul

Singer and songwriter Park Sae-byul was born in Seoul, South Korea on October 24, 1985. During college, she began her career as a live and session keyboardist. She also began dubbing the singing voices to several South Korean releases of Disney films including Enchanted (2007) and Tangled (2010). She signed to the Antenna label and issued her first mini-album, Diary, in November 2008. Her debut full-length album, Morning Star, was released in March 2010 and rose to Number 10 on the Gaon Albums Chart. She graduated in 2010 with a major in psychology from Yonsei University. She began hosting a radio show in 2011 called Beautiful World of Children’s Songs. Her next album, High Heel, was released in 2013 and featured the charting single “If Love Lets Us Reunite”. In March 2019, Sae-byul’s song “Too Painful Love Was Not Love” was featured on the original soundtrack to the television series Liver or Die. In October 2019, she released her third album, Ballades Op. 3.

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