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Choi Jun-hee (Korean: 최준희; born September 3, 1993) known by her stage name Juniel (Hangul: 주니엘, often stylized as JUNIEL) is a South Korean singer-songwriter. She began her career in Japan before eventually debuting in South Korea. She was first known as 'Junie', but eventually changed her name to 'Juniel', which was derived from combining her name, Junie, and L for 'love'.
1993–2010: Early life and career beginnings
Choi Jun-hee was born on September 3, 1993, in South Korea. As a child, she began dancing and singing, with popular soloist BoA being her inspiration. She started playing the guitar in her third year of junior high school. She wrote her first song, "Boy", when she was sixteen, which was later included on her first Japanese EP While studying in Japan, she won the Japanese audition program Niji Iro Supernova, beating out many other singers and songwriters from all over the country. Juniel started her Korean training at Good Entertainment, the same agency which formerly housed celebrities such as G.NA, the Wonder Girls' Yubin and After School's Uee. She later auditioned at FNC Entertainment, and became a trainee the same day as CN Blue's Jung Yong-hwa.
2011: Ready Go, Dream & Hope, and label change
Juniel made her official debut on April 29, 2011; releasing her first Japanese EP titled Ready Go. She was the opening act for Oh Won-bin's live concert Good For You, which was held at the at Akasaka Blitz on June 26, 2011. Juniel was later the opening act for F.T. Island's Messenger tour, performing at their Zepp Tokyo concert on July 6, 2011.
2012: My First June and 1&1
Juniel released her second Japanese single, "Sakura: Todokanu Omoi" (さくら～とどかぬ想い～), on February 15, 2012. The song was used as an ending theme for various television shows, such as Music B.B., Music Focus and King Kong no Arukoto Naikoto. She appeared on MBC's documentary show K-Pop Star Captivates the World on April 22, 2012, where her hype track, "Fool" (feat. Jung Yong-hwa (CN Blue)), was released.
Her debut Korean single, "Illa Illa", was released on June 7, 2012. She released her first EP My First June and held her debut showcase on the same day. Her self-composed songs, which were previously released in Japan, were also included on the release. "Illa Illa" was later chosen as the theme song for the character Im Mae-ari, played by Yoon Ji-ni, in the popular Korean drama series A Gentleman's Dignity. Juniel made a cameo appearance on the series as a street performer in Hongdae. In August 2012, she was chosen to endorse Bean Pole's sub-brand Bike Repair Shop alongside the indie band Busker Busker.
Juniel's second EP, 1&1, was released on November 20, 2012. 1&1 peaked at number four on the Gaon weekly album charts, and number twenty-one on the monthly charts, selling a total of 3,097 copies. The music video for its lead single, "Bad Man", was released on the same day, peaking at number four on both the Gaon and Billboard Korea K-Pop Hot 100 charts. Other songs included on the album are Korean remakes of "Boy", "Oh Happy Day", "Cat Day" and a new song co-written and co-composed by Juniel titled, "Happy Ending".