Cho Seung-hee (born June 3, 1991) is a South Korean actress and singer. She was a member of South Korean girl group F-ve Dolls and former leader of DIA. She has participated in various television dramas such as Mr. Back (2014), Triangle (2014), The Night Watchman’s Journal (2014) and The Producers (2015).
Cho Seunghee was born on June 3, 1991 in Gwangju, South Korea. She currently attends Kookmin University. She is the winner of Miss Chunhyang Pageant in 2012.
She auditioned for both Woollim Entertainment and FNC Entertainment and successfully passed the auditions, but ended up choosing Woollim Entertainment for training. In 2012, she appeared on Running Man with Lovelyz’s Jiae and The SeeYa’s Yeonkyung as “Woollim Girls”. She later moved to Core Contents Media and debuted as newest member of F-ve Dolls in 2013.
In July 2013, Seunghee debuted as the newest member of F-ve Dolls. Aside from her activities group, Seunghee has acted in several television dramas. Her acting career began in 2014 with a cameo role in Mr. Back and Triangle. She also sang the soundtrack for Triangle titled Kiss and Cry alongside T-ara’s Jiyeon and Mighty Mouth’s Shorry J. She played a minor role on MBC historical drama Diary Of A Night Watchman.
In February 2015, Seunghee joined MBK project group, TS with member of T-ara, The SeeYa and SPEED to release winter single “Don’t Forget Me”. On March 10, MBK Entertainment announced that F-ve Dolls officially disbanded. Seunghee is still being managed by MBK Entertainment. On March 16, it was confirmed that she landed a minor role in KBS drama The Producers. On March 18, MBK Entertainment confirmed that Seunghee would be participating in MBK’s upcoming girl group survival show T-ara Little Sister Girl Group. The survival show was later cancelled and MBK Entertainment decided to select the members internally. Seunghee later was chosen as the last member and leader of the group, which debuted in September 2015. From June 9 to June 30, she participated in JTBC’s Off to School at Goyang International High School.
In April 2016, she was confirmed to cast in KBS’ drama Unusual Family. It was announced that her contract with MBK Entertainment would soon expire on April 30, but she was still in negotiations to possibly renew her contract. She confirmed her departure from DIA to pursue her acting career after parting ways with MBK Entertainment. She appeared in the dramas Bravo My Life and My First Love.