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Wu Ying Jie (simplified Chinese: 吴映洁; traditional Chinese: 吳映潔, English name Emma, born 11 August 1989 in Taiwan Keelung), better known by her stage name Gui Gui (Chinese: 鬼鬼), is a Taiwanese Mandopop singer and actress represented by Polyland International Entertainment.In 2006, Gui Gui debuted as one of the original nine members of the Taiwanese girl group "Hei She Hui Mei Mei", which later underwent a name change in their 2008 comeback to "Hey Girl".
However, the album promotions following his statement did not include Gui Gui, who was said to be busy with the promotions of the idol drama Pi Li MIT.Captivated by her natural charisma and bright personality, high words of praise from those of her directors and costars brought new opportunities and opened doors that allowed for Gui Gui to further expand her acting career outside of Taiwan.As of mid-2012 to early 2013, Gui Gui has been spending much time in the Mainland China region, filming a three part-movie series "The Four" with Ronald Cheng, Anthony Wong, Deng Chao, and Liu Yifei.In her early childhood, the family moved frequently, and this resulted in her having to attend five different elementary schools.Wu briefly attended the Dao Jiang Senior High School of Nursing & Home Economics (臺北市私立稻江高級護理家事職業學校) before transferring to Zhuangjing Senior Vocational School in the Xindian District of Taipei, where she became classmates with JPM's Wang Zi.), and launched their first self-titled album in August 2008.Regarding this experience, she has commented, "I feel thankful that you found me.
I think the fact that I was able to do this show was a gift from the up above." In the consecutive years, Wu has starred in Chinese TV dramas: A Different Kind of Pretty Man (不一樣的美男子), Roommate Diaries (一男三女合租記), Incisive Great Teacher (犀利仁師), The Girl Wearing Tassel Earrings (戴流蘇耳環的少女), and The Legend of the Flying Daggers (飛刀又見飛刀 (2016年電視劇)).
On March 7, 2016, Wu signed with CJ E&M and returned to the music scene.
In preparation for her Korean debut, she underwent a rigorous 3-month training session that included vocal, choreography and Korean lessons.
In April 2009, Channel V's director, Andy Chang, responded to rumors of Wu leaving his agency.
He expressed that though she was unlikely to renew her contract, the singer would partake in group activities per usual since Hey Girl's record contract did not belong to Channel V.
Yet, despite Chang's statement, Wu was notably absent from their album promotions, and on May 6, 2009, he confirmed her departure from both Hey Girl and Channel V's management.