Younha (Korean: 고윤하, Go Yunha, Japanese: ユ ン ナ, Yunna), born April 29, 1988 in South Korea, is a South Korean singer of K-pop and J-pop. She sings rock and accompanies herself most often to the piano. She made her debut at 16 in Japan.
From 2004 to 2008, Younha is under contract with Epic Records, a branch of Sony Music Entertainment Japan, then she signs at Sistus Records, owned by Geneon Entertainment. In South Korea, she is engaged with Lion Media and Stam Entertainment, and since 2012 with wealive.
She is nicknamed the "comet of the Oricon"> for its entry into the Japanese hit parade, where she released two albums and eight singles that experience various fortunes. Many of his songs are used in anime and dramas.
Born in South Korea of passionate music parents, Younha started playing the piano at the age of 4>. She is very interested in dramas and Japanese music, and learns the language.