Nayeon is a South Korean singer. She is the oldest member, lead vocalist and face of the girl group Twice. Like the rest of her bandmates, she had to compete on the reality show SIXTEEN to determine who would make the final roster.
Nayeon is single and not dating anyone as of 2021. She grew up in the capital city of Seoul. As a child, she participated in a child modeling contest and was cast by idol agency JYP Entertainment.
Nayeon Age, Height, Weight & Measurements
How old is Nayeon? She was born on September 22, 1995 in Seoul, South Korea. She is 25 years old. On September 22, 1995 in Seoul, South Korea, Nayeon was born into a Christian family that consists of her parents and younger sister by three years, Im Seo-yoon.
She has maintained a fit and healthy body as a singer. She has 5 feet 6 inches (1.67m) tall and weighs around 57 kg (125 lbs.). Similarly, her shoe size is 6 inches (UK). Her actual body measurements are currently not available. Furthermore, she has thick and long dark brown hair with a pair of beautiful light brown eyes.
Nayeon Net Worth
What is the net worth of Nayeon? She secretly tried out and passed JYP Entertainment’s 7th Open Audition and became a trainee on September 15, 2010. In 2013, she was cast as a member of 6mix, a JYP girl group that was planned but never debuted. Prior to Sixteen and her debut as a member of Twice, she appeared in few television advertisements and in several music videos of her label mates, including Jun. K’s “No Love”, Got7’s “Girls Girls Girls” and miss A’s “Only You.”
As of 2021, her net worth is $3 million.
|Real Name||Im Na-yeon 임나연|
|Birthday||September 22, 1995|
|Birthplace||Seoul, South Korea|
|Height||approx 5 feet 6 inches|
|Weight||approx 57 kg (125 lbs.)|
|Body Stats||approx 34-28-40 inches|
|Bra Cup Size||34 C|
|Shoe Size||6 (US)|
|Net Worth||$3 million|
- She also made a cameo appearance in the second episode of KBS2’s 2012 Korean drama Dream High 2.
- In 2017, she, along with Nichkhun, starred in the music video of Jun. K’s “Your Wedding”.
- Miss A – “Bad Girl, Good Girl” backup dancers (2010)
- San E – “Please Don’t Go” (2011)
- GOT7 – “Girls Girls Girls” (2014)
- Jun. K – “No Love” (2014)
- miss A – “Only You” (2015)
- Park Jin Young – “Fire” (feat. Conan O’Brien, Steven Yeun, & Jimin Park) (2016)
- Jun. K – “Your Wedding” (2017)