VIDEO: S.Korean singer, Wendy Shon Seung-wan, storms Tommy Hilfiger new prep pop-up store in Hyundai, Seoul KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt


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Thursday, April 21, 2022

VIDEO: S.Korean singer, Wendy Shon Seung-wan, storms Tommy Hilfiger new prep pop-up store in Hyundai, Seoul

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that South Korean pop singer, Shon Seung-wan, popularly known as, Wendy Shon, has partnered with Tommy Hilfiger. (Read More Here).

According to information, Wendy, stormed the Tommy Hilfiger new prep pop-up store in Hyundai Seoul yesterday night. 

While speaking with her fans, she says: “Hello, singles subscribers, I'm wendy from Red Velvet. nice to meet you. I'm at the Tommy Hilfiger new prep pop-up store located in the Hyundai Seoul."

Biography of Wendy Shon Seung-wan:

"Shon Seung-wan (Korean: μ†μŠΉμ™„; born February 21, 1994), known professionally as Wendy, is a South Korean singer, voice actress, and radio host. She is a member of the South Korean girl group Red Velvet. She made her solo debut in 2021 with the EP Like Water. She is also a member of South Korean supergroup Got the Beat.

"On December 25, 2019, Wendy was involved in a stage accident during her solo stage rehearsal at the 2019 SBS Gayo Daejeon. Due to the alleged lack of common safety measures by the show's crew members in the stage design, in addition to the lift stairs not being in place for the performance, she fell approximately 2.5 metres (8.2 ft). Her injuries included a pelvic fracture, a broken wrist and several facial injuries including a cracked cheekbone, with all injuries on the right side of her body. The accident and subsequent hospitalisation led to cancellation of all her planned activities.  In February 2020, Wendy was discharged from hospital after spending two months recovering, and began outpatient treatment. She made her comeback on January 1, 2021, at SMTOWN Live Culture Humanity.

"Wendy was born on February 21, 1994, in Seongbuk-dong, a neighborhood in Seongbuk District in Seoul, South Korea. Coming from a family of music lovers, Wendy showed interest in becoming a singer when she was only six years old.[6] Besides her passion for singing, she is also able to play several instruments, including the piano, guitar, flute, and saxophone.

"She lived with her family in Jecheon until her fifth year of elementary school, when she moved to Canada with her older sister, Shon Seung-hee, to study abroad. She lived in Brockville, Ontario before moving to the United States to attend Shattuck-Saint Mary's in Faribault, Minnesota, where she was an honor student and athlete, and earned various awards for academics and music-related activities. There, she started using her English name 'Wendy Shon'. Returning to Canada, she later studied at Richmond Hill High School in Richmond Hill, Ontario, where she participated in the school's show choir called Vocal Fusion.While living in both countries, she became fluent in English and also learned to speak some French and Spanish.

"Her parents were initially against her pursuing a career in music and wanted her to focus on her studies, but while she was still in high school, they eventually allowed her to audition to become a singer in South Korea.

In 2010, she submitted an online audition for Koreaboo's Global Auditions in 2011 with Cube Entertainment. Though she was not the final winner, she was one of fifteen finalists personally picked by Korean singer G.NA and Koreaboo from over 5,000 videos to continue to the final round in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and open for G.NA's first solo showcase. In 2018, YG Entertainment's then CEO Yang Hyun-suk revealed that Wendy once auditioned for the company but wasn't accepted.

Wendy originally did not intend to audition for SM Entertainment, but was cast by the company when she accompanied a friend to the S.M. Global Audition in Canada in 2012. She recalled singing Kim Gun-mo's "Moon of Seoul" and passed. She trained for less than two years before she was introduced as a member of S.M. Entertainment's predebut group SM Rookies on March 14, 2014. As part of SM Rookies, Wendy released the song "Because I Love You" for the soundtrack of the Mnet drama Mimi and appeared in the song's music video.

On August 1, 2014, Wendy made her official debut as a member of Red Velvet.

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