|Yang Yo-seob Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 7 in|
|Date of Birth||January 5, 1990|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Yang Yo-seob is a South Korean singer and actor. He is best known for being a member of the popular South Korean boy band, Highlight, formerly known as Beast. Apart from his career as a singer, he has also co-written several successful songs such as Beast Is the B2ST, Bad Girl, Thank To, Practice, Come Out, Where I Am Gone, and Yang Yoseob. Yang Yo-seob has amassed over 2 million followers on Instagram.
Seoul, South Korea
Yoseob attended the Dong-ah Institute of Media and Arts from where he graduated in 2014.
Singer, Songwriter, Actor
- Siblings – Yang Hae-yeon (Older Sister)
Yoseob is represented by Around Us Entertainment.
Around Us Entertainment, Cube Entertainment, Universal Music
5 ft 7 in or 170 cm
59 kg or 130 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Yoseob has not dated anyone publicly yet.
He has, however, revealed his ideal type of woman to be someone who has naturally long hair and someone who is simply a good person.
Race / Ethnicity
He has South Korean roots.
Dark Brown (Natural)
He prefers to dye his hair ‘light brown’ or ‘red’.
Yoseob has done endorsement work for The Shilla Duty-Free.
Best Known For
Being a member of the popular South Korean boy band, Highlight, formerly known as Beast
Yoseob released his first studio album, Fiction and Fact, in 2011 as a member of Highlight, formerly known as Beast. The album peaked at number 1 spot on the Korean music charts.
First TV Show
He made his first TV show appearance in the KBS2 series, My Daughter Seo-young, in 2012.
Yang Yo-seob Facts
- Yoseob was inspired to make a career in music after he first listened to American R&B singer-songwriter and musician, Brian McKnight.
- In high school, he became a part of a school band performing mainly hard rock and metal.
- He also wanted to try his hand in modern rock but was discouraged by his seniors at the time.
- After high school, he got a chance to train with JYP Entertainment but received a bad grade from practice reviews and left the agency and joined Cube Entertainment.
- While he was still training with Cube Entertainment, he served as a backup dancer for his now groupmate, Lee Gi-kwang.
- He was one of the judges for The Voice Kids – Korea in 2013.
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