Kwon Ri Se

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Kwon Ri Se

Kwon Ri-se (Hangul: 권리 세, & nbsp; hanja: 權 梨 世?; Fukushima, Japan, August 16, 1991-Suwon, South Korea, September 7, 2014 ), better known by her stage name of RiSe (hangul: 리세) ?, was a Japanese singer, model, dancer and composer. She was a member of the Ladies’ Code under Polaris Entertainment. Before joining Ladies’ Code, she participated in Miss Korea 2009 and was crowned “Miss Korea Japan Jin.” She was one of the Top 12 contestants of MBC’s Star Audition program The Great Birth. He was fluent in Japanese and Korean.

Kwon Ri Se’s Biography

Rise was born in Japan and was a fourth-generation Japanese-Korean. She attended Fukushima Korea Junior High School, Tokyo Korean School and completed her university education at Sekei University, specializing in economics and business administration Before joining Ladies’ Code, Rise was also a model and previously participated in Miss Korea 2009 representing Japan, she signed with KeyEast agency after Star Audition The Great Birth in 2011.

In 2011, Rise appeared on the third season of the MBC program We Got Married where she was paired with David Oh, and she filmed an LG commercial for LG Optimus 3D with David Oh in the same year. p>

In 2013, when Rise’s contract with KeyEast expired, he signed a contract with Polaris Entertainment as he wanted to continue with a music career. Polaris revealed in an interview that she was preparing for her debut in a group of girls.

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