LOOK Concept Teaser Bomi 1
Teaser for Apink's mini album LOOK
Personal Information
Birth Name Yoon Bomi
윤보미 (Hangul)
尹普美 (Hanja)
Birth Date August 13, 1993 (age 26)
Birth Place Suwon, Gyeonggi, South Korea
Blood Type O
Height 163 cm
Weight 47 kg
Astrology Sign Leo
Chinese Zodiac Sign Rooster
Professional Information
Stage Name Bomi
보미 (Hangul)
ボミ (Japanese)
Position Main Dancer, Lead Vocalist
Years Active 2011 - present
Agency Play M Entertainment
Associated Acts Apink
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Let’s live without regrets.

Yoon Bomi better known as Bomi, is a South Korean singer, songwriter and actress. She is best known as a member of Apink.


Bomi has one older sister, Yoon Sunmi, and a younger brother, Yoon Jongjin. She was trained in the martial art of Taekwondo from the age of five and is a holder of a third degree black belt. She attended Youngshin Girls High School and later on, Korean Arts High School; from which she graduated in February 2012. She decided to put off college to concentrate on music.

Bomi, along with fellow members, was formally introduced as a member through the group's reality show, Apink News.

In 2012, Bomi, along with Apink co-member Chorong had a cameo role in the drama "Reply 1997", where she portrayed the teenage version of Moon Jeongmi, the deceased mother of Yoon Yoonjae. In September 2015, she was cast in KBS' 10-episode web drama "Love Profiler K" as top star Yuna, which aired in November on Naver.

She was an MC on the variety show "Weekly Idol" from 17 July 2013 to 8 July 2015. She also joined the cast of the variety show "The Human Condition" in 2014 and has appeared in MBC's "Real Men" female special in early 2015. Bomi, along with Apink groupmate Namjoo appeared on "Sugar Man" as Apink BnN on October 20.

In January 2016, Yoon and fellow member Namjoo became the new MCs of "Shikshin Road 2". She then joined the fourth season of "We Got Married" along with actor Choi Taejoon who serves as her virtual husband on the show.

In 2017, Yoon was cast in a supporting role in the romantic comedy drama "Because This is My First Life".

In late 2013, she appeared in K-Hunter's "Marry Me" music video and was featured in hip-hop group M.I.B's song "Let's Talk About You". In 2015, she was featured in David Oh's debut song "I Know, I Know", released on May 11, and on June 16, released a duet with Im Seulong titled "Lovely" for variety show "Some Guys, Some Girls". She was later featured in Yoon Hyunsang's digital single "Let's Eat Together", released on September 24, 2015; she also starred in the music video.


Apink BnN

Title Year Peak chart positions Sales
"My Darling" 2014 22 17
  • KOR: 100,271+
My Darling
"I Pray 4 You" 2017 TBA TBA
  • KOR: N/A
School 2017 OST Part 6

Other Works

Year Title Album Notes
2013 "Let's Talk About You" The Margin Of Life with M.I.B
2015 "I Know I Know" Singing Begins with David Oh
"Lovely" Some Guys, Some Girls OST with Im Seulong
"Let's Eat Together" WAVE with Yoon Hyun-sang
2016 "Our Night Is More Beautiful Than Your Day" Summer11 Project with various artists
"Without You" Cinderella and Four Knights OST solo
2017 "I Pray 4 You" School 2017 OST with Namjoo

Source: Wikipedia


Television series

Year Title Role Network Notes
2012 Reply 1997 Moon Jung-mi tvN (Cameo, Ep. 9)
2015 Love Detective Sherlock K Yoo-na KBS
2017 Because This is My First Life Yoon Bo-mi tvN
2019 Farming Academy Kang Han-byul SBS Season 1 & 2
2020 Phantom The Secret Agent Oh Min-joo Mystery Friends Web Drama

Reality show

Year Title Network Note
2013–2016 Weekly Idol MBC Every 1 Co-host with BTOB's Ilhoon
Special MC (Episode 231, 243–244, 260)
2015 Real Men
Cast member (Female Special)
2016 King of Mask Singer Under the alias of “Bunny Bunny"
2016–2017 We Got Married with Choi Tae-joon; Episode 341–363
Legendary Big Fishing SBS with Lee Tae-gon, Ji Sang-ryeol, Jung Doo-hong and WINNER’s Kim Jin-woo
TMI News Mnet with Jun Hyun-moo, g.o.d's Park Joon-hyung, DinDin and Cosmic Girls' Soobin
Battle Trip KBS


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