Yuna (Brave Girls) Height, Weight, Age, Body Statistics

Yuna Quick Info
Height5 ft 5 in
Weight52 kg
Date of BirthApril 6, 1993
Zodiac SignAries
Eye ColorDark Brown

Yuna is a South Korean singer, dancer, musician, and rapper who has gained popularity as the lead vocalist, lead rapper, lead dancer, and maknae of the South Korean girl group, Brave Girls, formed by producer Brave Brothers in 2011 and managed by Brave Entertainment. Over the years, the group has released a number of songs, albums, and extended plays which include Back To Da Future, High HeelsRollin’DeepenedYoo-hoo, We RideRe-IssueThe DifferenceDo You KnowFor You, and Nowadays, You.

Born Name

Lee Yu-na

Nick Name


Yuna smiling in a selfie in October 2020
Yuna smiling in a selfie in October 2020 (Yuna / Instagram)

Sun Sign


Born Place

Jeju, South Korea


South Korean



Singer, Dancer, Musician, Rapper


Yuna has been singed with Brave Entertainment.






Brave Entertainment

Yuna as seen while taking a selfie in March 2021
Yuna as seen while taking a selfie in March 2021 (Yuna / Instagram)




5 ft 5 in or 165 cm


52 kg or 114.5 lbs

Race / Ethnicity


Yuna is of South Korean descent.

Hair Color

Dark Brown

Eye Color

Dark Brown

Sexual Orientation


Distinctive Features

  • Charismatic personality
  • Lookalike of Red Velvet‘s Irene
Yuna as seen while clicking a mirror selfie in October 2020
Yuna as seen while clicking a mirror selfie in October 2020 (Yuna / Instagram)

Yuna Facts

  1. Her Brave Girls bandmates include Minyoung, Yujeong, and Eunji.
  2. With Brave Girls, Yuna released the band’s 3rd EP, High Heels, on June 27, 2016, and it became a moderate success, peaking at number #22 on the Gaon Album Chart. It included tracks like Help Me, WhateverHigh HeelsDeepened, and Seeing the End of the Road.
  3. Along with Yujeong and Eunji, she participated in the idol rebooting show The Unit in 2017. However, Yuna couldn’t pass the auditions.
  4. Brave Girls released its 4th mini-album, Rollin’, on March 7, 2017, and it included songs like Rollin’No RushMemory, and High Heels (Remix). The mini-album was ranked at number #62 on South Korea (Gaon Album Chart). Four years later, the song Rollin’ went viral after a video compilation of the group performing the song went viral on YouTube. This helped the song peak the MelOn, Bugs, FLO, and Genie real-time chart, achieving a “real-time all-kill”.

Featured Image by Yuna / Instagram

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