Dami Im

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Im in Stockholm, 2016

Dami Im (/ˌdɑːmi ˈɪm/ DAH-mee IM,[1] Hangul: 임다미; RR: Im Da-mi, IPA: [im‿da.mi]; born October 17, 1988) is a South Korean-born Australian singer. She is best known for winning the fifth season of The X Factor in 2013. Her first album was an ARIA number one. She has three studio albums, two extended plays, nine singles, two album appearances, and four music videos. She represented Australia at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2016, coming second with "Sound of Silence".

Im was born in Incheon. She grew up in Brisbane, Queensland. She is married and lives in Daisy Hill, a suburb of Logan City, Queensland. She is a Christian.[2]

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  1. Armbruster, Stefan (26 January 2017). "'Go back to your country, China': South Korean-born Dami Im's first day in Australia". SBS. Her name, Dami Im – pronounced as "dah-me im" – did and is something she still struggles with.
  2. "Holy spirit behind angelic voice". The Sydney Morning Herald. 9 September 2013. Retrieved 27 December 2015.

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