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Examples of "yubin"
Yubin made her debut as a new member of the Wonder Girls on September 7, 2007. Yubin was introduced as the main rapper of the group replacing Hyuna.
The album was recorded at Shiba Yubin Chokin Hall, Tokyo.
In 2008, Yubin made a short cameo in MBC's popular sitcom, "Here He Comes".
Ildar Vladimirovich Yubin (; born June 8, 1974) is a former Russian professional ice hockey player.
Peng Yubin, Peng Yu-pin, (彭毓斌), (?–1945), was a Nationalist Chinese general.
Wonder Girls is known in their English names: Sun, Yenny, Yubin, Mimi, Lim, Sohee and HyunA.
Mitsui contributed many articles to various journals, including, "Yubin kitte zasshi": The Japanese Journal of Timbrology, which he himself founded in 1923, "Yubin kitte": Japan Philatelic Magazine, "Kitte Kenkyu Kai", (Institute of Philatelic Research, Japan), which he founded in 1950, and "Kitte kenkyu" (Philatelic Research).
In 2013, Ivy made her comeback with the lead single of her new album titled "I Dance" featuring Yubin of the Wonder Girls.
Yubin showcased her written lyrics for the first time in Kim Bum-soo's song "Do You Know That?". Since then, she has written her own raps for several other songs. In 2011, she wrote the lyrics for "Girls Girls", "Me, In", and "Sweet Dreams" from the Wonder Girls' second studio album "Wonder World". Yubin also wrote the song "Hey Boy" for the Wonder Girls' mini album "Wonder Party" released in June 3, 2012.
Huang Yubin (, born February 5, 1958 ) is the head coach of the Men's Artistic Gymnastics Team of China. In 1970, Huang Yubin was selected as a gymnast for the Liaoning province team. Four years later, he made it to the national team. He won a gold on rings in the World Artistic Gymnastics Cup in. It was the first time that a Chinese man won a gold medal in gymnastics.
The original version of "So Hot" can be found on the girls' single album of the same name. The original version features vocals from the second line-up consisting of Min Sunye, Park Yeeun, Lee Sunmi, and Kim Yubin. The song was later re-recorded for the Japanese release of their greatest hits album "WonderBest" (2012) and features the band's third line-up consisting of Min Sunye, Park Yeeun, Ahn Sohee, Kim Yubin and Woo Hyerim, with previous members' vocals removed.
On August 17, 2015, Yubin was confirmed to join "Unpretty Rapstar" second season. Her popularity exploded, causing the phenomenon "Girl Crush". As a consequence, her makeup and hairstyle became popular in South Korea.
In around September 1945, Peng Yubin lead the 23rd Army, the 83rd Army and other divisions totalling more than 20,000 men in the Shangdang Campaign. His force was ambushed and destroyed in October 1945 and Peng was killed at Siting.
Kim Yu-bin (born October 4, 1988), better known by the mononym Yubin, is a South Korean singer, songwriter and actress. She is best known as a former member of the South Korean girl group Wonder Girls.
Justin Schneider won the finals of the Junior Division against Jeremy Baca for a $16,000 scholarship. The other semi-finalists were Patrick Chapin and Jeff Simoneau. The quarter-finalists were Jason Moungey, Vinnie Falcone, Yubin Tao, and Adam Jansen.
While establishing the postal system, Maejima somehow also found time to start his own newspaper in 1872. The Yubin "Hochi Shimbun" was renamed the "Hochi Shimbun" in 1894, and was merged with the Yomiuri Shimbun in 1942.
This was the first single to feature Kim Yubin, the replacement for former member Kim Hyun-ah, who was removed from the group by her parents due to health issues. On September 5, 2007, Good Entertainment, the talent agency for the popular boy band Shinhwa, sent their trainee Yubin to JYP Entertainment as a replacement for Hyun-ah. She made her debut three days later in the group's live performance of "Tell Me" on "Music Bank". Due to the last-minute addition of Kim Yubin, the album version does not feature her; Before Hyuna left the group, according to sources she was already in the ‘Tell Me’ video. She was even the Wonder Girl in the music video but with her departure, Sohee took over the responsibilities. However, the version released and promoted by the group contained a rap verse performed by Kim Yubin. The single was a hit and reached number one on various Korean television and internet music charts, including KBS's "Music Bank". Although the rap version was not initially given a release, it was eventually released as a B-side on the Wonder Girls' follow-up single "So Hot".
Esege Malan (Mongolian: "Эсеге Малан", Buriat: "Эсэгэ", Russian: "Эсэгэ Малан"), according to Mongol myth and the belief of the Buryats, is the great Creator of all living things. He is a Buryat sky-god who rules over the western horizon. His son is Solobung Yubin, a spiritual morning star which, if offered sacrifices, will reward the Mongol people with greater harvest yields and prosperity.
On January 26, 2017, JYP Entertainment announced that Wonder Girls were disbanding, with only Yubin and Hyerim renewing their contracts while Yeeun and Sunmi decided to leave the company. The group released their final single "Draw Me" on February 10; it also serves as a celebration for their 10th anniversary since debut.
On January 26, 2017, it was announced that Wonder Girls were to disband after their contracts had expired. Yubin remained her career with JYP Entertainment after deciding renew her contract. The group released their final single, "Draw Me", on February 10.