Sorn is a former member of CLC, a South-Korean girl group formed by Cube Entertainment on March 19th, 2015. She has her own show called Produsorn that aired on United Cube's Official Youtube Channel. Her representative fruit in the group is Watermelon. She announced her departure from Cube Entertainment on november 2021.
Sorn was 14 years old when she first started singing and 15 when she won the very first season of K-Pop Star Hunt in 2011. After her win, Cube Entertainment contacted her and wanted a contract with her. After discussing it with her parents, she decided to take time off to focus on her studies and then in 2013 she moved to Korea from her home country of Thailand to become a Cube trainee.
She debuted as a member of CLC on March 19, 2015 with the group's first mini album First Love.
In 2017, Sorn began campaigning for fair royalty payments for foreign musicians based in South Korea. In a Facebook live interview she revealed that she was being paid six times less than her Korean members, but also acknowledged that her agency tried to help the situation. In an Instagram story posted in 2019, Sorn stated that the issue had been resolved with the Federation of Korean Music Performers (FKMP).
She made her official solo debut with the digital single "Run" on March 23, 2021.
On November 16, 2021, it was announced that Sorn has officially left CLC and Cube Entertainment as her contract with the agency was terminated in a mutual agreement between both parties.
On December 3, Sorn announced that she has signed with Wild Entertainment Group as a solo artist. She released the single "Sharp Objects" on February 25, 2022.