Lee Eun-young (born July 30, 1991), better known by her stage name Ben, is a South Korean singer. She was a member of South Korean band Bebe Mignon from 2010 to 2011.
In October 2012, she released her first album, 147.5, as a solo vocalist, a compilation of sad ballads with string arrangements and piano, with the title referring to her diminutive height, reported as between 147.5 cm and 153 cm, or around 4 feet 10 inches to 5 feet tall.
In August 2015, she released her second EP My Name Is Ben, with nine tracks, including the title dance song “Looby Loo,” which differed from her past ballad style, and other songs including jazz and R&B.
In November 2015, she released an album, Soulmate, which includes duets with singers MIIII and Sejun Im.
She has recorded many soundtracks, abbreviated as OSTs, for South Korean films and Korean drama or k-drama for television in South Korea. In 2015, these included “Give Me A Hug” for Hello Monster, “Stay” for Oh My Ghostess, “You” for Healer, and “Darling You” for Oh My Venus, a duet with Kim Tae-woo. In 2016, she sang “Like a Dream” for Another Oh Hae-young, recorded a duet with Xia Junsu for his fourth album, Xignature, entitled “Sweet Melody”, sang “Misty Road” composed by Jinyoung of B1A4 for Love in the Moonlight and in 2017, she sang “Memory”, one of the OSTs for “Introverted Boss”.