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BEG's Narsha as Madonna
Sexy singer Narsha the Korean girl group Brown Eyed Girls (BEG) turned herself into an image of Madonna at the stage where she sang "I Don't Want to Love," aired by the local KBS 2TV on March 15, 2013.

Narsha was born on Dec. 28, 1981. Her real name is Park Hyo-jin.

As part of the Korean girl group Brown Eyed Girls she made her solo debut in 2010.The name Narsha comes from an old Korean word meaning "to fly up."

She became a member of Brown Eyed Girls after a suggestion by Jea, who had been her friend since their high-school years.

The four members held several small size concerts, and was actually known as "Crescendo" before officially debuting as "Brown Eyed Girls."

After more than 3 years of training in singing and holding several small size concerts, the Brown Eyed Girls released their debut album Your Story in South Korea in February 2006, with the ballad track, "Come Closer" as their single.

During 2009, her popularity began to increase after she started appearing on many entertainment programs, including Invincible Youth, on which she gained the nickname "Adult-dol" and Heroes. She became a DJ on Pump up the Volume on KBS Cool FM, from 8 PM until 10 PM, first appearing on April 19, 2010 but due to Brown Eyed Girls' overseas promotions Narsha decided to leave the show, with her last broadcast on Dec. 28, 2010.

She made her debut as an MC through OnStyle‘s fashion program, Style Show Fiㄹ on June 16, 2011.

Narsha made her acting debut through MBC's drama series Light and Shadow playing the role of Hye Bin, a singer aspirant and followed by Ohlala Couple as Moosan the goddess of love.

In 2012, she also provided the voice for the main antagonist 'The White Wolf' in the Korean version of Christmas movie "Niko: Santa Air Wing's Adventure."

Narsha announced her intention to make her solo debut in early 2010. Her first solo single, "I'm In Love", was released digitally on July 1, 2010, as a preview for her upcoming album. Her first solo mini-album, the eponymous Narsha, was released on July 8, 2010.

The album contained a preview for "Mamma Mia", a collaboration with fellow NegaNetwork group Sunny Hill, which was released fully on August 20. The album was also worked on by many composers who had contributed musically to Brown Eyed Girls' third album, Sound G.
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