BoA (Kwon Boa) has a Starscore of 9,195,747 and is No.2992 today on the Global social media chart
With a total of 1,239,555 Facebook fans, 1,798,060 Twitter followers and 11,149,533 YouTube views. Today BoA (Kwon Boa) gained 1,357 Facebook fans, gained 1,588 Twitter followers and gained 5,475 YouTube views. Her social media ranking remains the same in the daily K-Pop (Korean Pop) Chart at no.14 and remains at no.19 in the all time K-Pop (Korean Pop) Chart.
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Kwon BoA, commonly stylized and known by her stage name BoA, which is a backronym for Best of Asia and Beat of Angel, is a Korean singer, active in South Korea, Japan, and the United States. She is referred to as the Queen of Korean Pop. BoA was born and raised in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea. She was discovered by SM Entertainment talent agents when she accompanied her older brother to a talent search. In 2000, after two years of training, she released ID; Peace B, her debut Korean album. Two years later, she released her debut Japanese album, Listen to My Heart, becoming the first Korean pop star to break through in Japan following the fall of barriers that had restricted the import and export of entertainment between the countries since the end of World War II. On October 14, 2008, BoA debuted in the United States with the single Eat You Up and released her debut English-language album, BoA on March 17, 2009. BoA's multilingual skills (she speaks Japanese and English along with native Korean and has recorded songs in Mandarin Chinese) have contributed to her commercial success throughout East Asia. She is the only foreign artist to have two albums selling more than one million copies in Japan and is one of only three artists to have six consecutive number-one studio albums on the Oricon charts since her debut, the others being Ayumi Hamasaki and Koda Kumi.