Boa Kwon, a young Korean singer, is attracting fame in the U.S.A. with her latest hit single Eat You Up. It was quickly successful in sales due in part to a strong online advertising campaign, and was a top breakout disc reaching No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Dance Club Play chart—marking possibly the most successful debut into the U.S. music market by a Korean singer. A new English-language album will be released in March 2009.
Let’s see what Chinese Astrology has in store for Boa in the coming months. Born November 5th 1986, her primary personality traits are represented by the Chinese Zodiac
elemental animal sign, the Fire
Tiger.The Year of the Earth Ox 2009
may present some true challenges for the Tiger
, but it would be more precise to say that this year will bring growth and experience to Tigers, laying a solid foundation for the years to come. People born under the Tiger sign will have to be resourceful this year, so Boa should rely on her boldness and quick wit as her allies in the year of the Ox.
Career-wise it will be beneficial for Tigers to be cautious in the coming year. Boa should stay keenly aware of the views of those around her, as this is not a year that favors too much independence of action, or taking any unnecessary risks. Persistence in her responsibilities this year and the favorable impression she makes others will lead to progress toward her future goals.
Boa’s 2009 Forecast
warns that March will be a month to be careful about impulsive spending, as it could greatly affect her budget. Though March will only be 38% favorable for Boa, she should not anticipate serious problems. March is the month of the Earth Dragon, and the Dragon is known to add even more flare to the Tiger's impulsive nature. This could be most noticeable in fashion. She may show up at a release party slightly overdressed, but being the charismatic Tiger, this shouldn't be problematic.
Boa may find she needs to compromise on certain controversial opinions this year in order to avoid arguments that have no favorable solution. This may be a suitable time to release her new album if she heeds this advice, and we wish the Asian pop princess much continued successes in her American debut.