Tokyo Olympics: Who is this beautiful archer Tzu-yu and why is she going viral on social media?

For the past few days, Tzu-yu is making headlines as several videos of her taking part in archery tournaments are going viral. Who is she and from which country she belongs? Let's find out.

Chou Tzu-yu

Tokyo Olympics 2020 is going on in full flow with many ace athletes putting up unforgettable performances. Despite all the controversy which surrounded the Olympics this time around, the games have succeeded in grabbing the attention of the fans for all the right reasons.

While innumerable sports frenetics are sharing the pictures and taking to social media to show their love for their favorite athletes who are winning medals at the world’s biggest sporting extravaganza, many other stars are also going viral at the same time who aren’t even a part of the Tokyo Olympics.

Where is Tzu-yu from and why is she going viral?

Chou Tzu-yu

Born on June 14, 1999, Chou Tzu-yu has been in the news as her videos of taking part in archery are making the rounds. Some are claiming that she is a part of China’s Olympic contingent, while some are linking her to the Korean and Taiwanese teams.

However, the reality is completely different. Tzu-yu has absolutely nothing to do with the Olympics. The viral videos of Tzuyu’s archery are not from the Olympics but from the time when she participated in the Idol Star Athletics Championships. Tzu is an archery fan and has participated in the ISAC on several occasions.

Tzu s actually a Taiwanese singer based in South Korea. Not only for her singing talent, but Tzu has also made headlines around the world for her beauty as well. The gorgeous singer shot into the limelight when her single “Like Ooh-Ahh” became the first K-pop debut song to reach 100 million views on YouTube.

Since her singing debut, the leading lady has also been featured in several advertisements and has worked as a presenter for numerous music television shows.

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