Before officially debuting as a solo singer, Taeyeon had recorded soundtracks for television dramas that proved successful on South Korean music charts, notably "If" and "Can You Hear Me" Her second studio album, Purpose , was released in October and featured the top-two singles " Four Seasons " and " Spark ". Taeyeon was born on March 9, , in Jeonju, South Korea. Although at the time her father did not encourage Taeyeon to become an entertainer, he was persuaded by the school's principal to give his daughter a chance after she recognized Taeyeon's "clean" voice. During the next year, Taeyeon accompanied her father from their hometown to Seoul on every Sunday to receive her vocal lessons from The One. Taeyeon was trained by her former vocal instructor, known professionally as The One, for three years. In a interview, he described Taeyeon as a "smart" student, someone "unlike others who came to him with dreams of becoming a celebrity The training process was so tough that it nearly made her quit at one point; she continued, however, and debuted as a member of girl group Girls' Generation in August Taeyeon sang "" featuring Kangta , a track taken from both Girls' Generation's eponymous debut album and Kangta's fourth studio album, Eternity Following a radio hosting job in —10,  Taeyeon tried out acting, making her theatrical debut in a lead role in the musical A Song to the Sun.
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