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|Jang Da Yeon|
|Jang Da Yeon|
|Born||September 19, 1995|
|Agency||UP-FRONT PROMOTION (2009-2013)|
|Associated Acts||Hello Pro Kenshuusei|
|Hello Pro Kenshuusei Information|
Jang Da Yeon (장다연) is a former member of Hello! Project Korea as a Kenshuusei. She was the winner of the Hello! Project Korea Auditions "Meet Tokyo Girls." On July 30, 2013, she tweeted that she was no longer with Up-Front Agency.
In 2009, Jang Da Yeon tried out for the Hello! Project Korea Auditions "Meet Tokyo Girls," which was aired on Mnet in Korea starting from May 21.
15 girls were chosen out of the 2500 participants, and on June 21, Dayun was announced as the winner. She introduced herself during the August 8 Hello! Project 2009 Summer Kakumei Gannen ~Hello! Champloo~ concert, where Niigaki Risa translated for her.
She participated as a backup dancer with the Hello Pro Kenshuusei members in the Hello! Project 2011 Winter ~Kangei Shinsen Matsuri~ A gana Live, and became an official member of Hello! Pro Korea Kenshuusei later in 2011. She later auditioned for S/mileage's 2nd generation auditions, but failed.
On July 30, in response to someone on Twitter asking her a question about contacting Up-Front Agency, she replied that she was no longer a member of Up-Front Agency.
- Name: Jang Da Yeon (장다연)
- Nickname: Jang Dayun, Chan Dayon (チャン・ダヨン)
- Birthdate: September 19, 1995
- Ethnicity: Korean
- Height: 167cm
- Weight: 50 kg
- Blood type: A
- Western Zodiac: Virgo
- Eastern Zodiac: Pig (Boar in Japan)
- Specialty: Dancing, Speaking English
- Hobbies: Practicing a 'chic' expression, reading the encyclopedia, singing, dancing, listening to music
- Audition: Dance - "Ah" by After School
- Hello! Project Groups:
- Hello! Pro Korea Kenshuusei (2009-2013)
- Although she had attended certain Hello Pro Kenshuusei events, she was not a member. Hello! Pro Korea Kenshuusei and Hello Pro Kenshuusei are not the same.
- She can speak English, and she is learning Japanese.
- She auditioned for S/mileage and made it to the finals, but did not become a sub-member.
- According to her Twitter, she lived in India for four years, and also went to an American embassy school there.