YG Entertainment In the end Unveils Their Logo New 4-Member K-Pop Girl-Group: Black Pink

YG Entertainment In the end Unveils Their Logo New 4-Member K-Pop Girl-Group: Black Pink

Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Even if media reports advised that YG Entertainments upcoming ladyworkforce would be adding more members, the firmcurrentlyclose down those rumors by skill ofofficially introducing their newest four-member woman group Black Pink

One June 29th, the agency released a collection of footage featuring the 4 members, Rosé, Lisa, Jisoo, and Jennie, along side the teams name Black Pink, stylized with a backwards c and n. Despite the truth thatfanatics were waiting forthe gang to upload more participantsahead of the announcement, they were howeversatisfied that it roughly feels YG might beafter all debuting the group. In fact, with such so much of girl groups debuting with part a dozen more more members these days, many fans have applauded the agencys resolution to debut a smaller group.

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YG Entertainment Finds Plans To Debut 2nd “Sister” K-Pop Girl-Group Along Black Pink

YG Entertainment Finds Plans To Debut 2nd “Sister” K-Pop Girl-Group Along Black Pink

Share on FacebookShare on TwitterYG Entertainment is stirring up discussion after a press releasein theirlong term plans relating to neverthelessevery otherwomanteam debuting after Black Pink, their latestcommunity to debut this summer.

A senior respectable from the firmpublished on June 29th that also they are aiming to debut some other girl organization side-by-side to their new 4-member group Black Purple (Jennie, Lisa, Jisoo, Rosé). Black Pink was oncein the beginning set to be a 9-member group. However, since first of all revealing the plan and one of the crucialindividuals two years ago, the plans have replaced significantly. The theorybecome to debut the remainder five trainees as their own group, growing a sister-like feeling, very identical to that of WINNER and iKON.

Unfortunately, the initial reports of yet one more girl group debuting was no longerwonsmartlyvia fans. They believed this would create pointlessfestival between the enthusiasts of either groups, the use of YGs two fresh boy teams every bit an example.

With the overly negative reaction to the news, YG Entertainment has retracted their fashionedremarkthe subsequent day, saying, Like maximumhuge agencies, we've got more than 50 trainees who were spilling their sweat for years, It has yet to be determined whether the last trainees who were now notincorporated in Black Pink will debut in combination or with other trainees. 

Meanwhile, Black Pink is reported to be making ready3othertune videos for their debut with Teddy backing them up as their manufacturer for their debut. In addition, they have got recruited popular foreign choreographers. They are slated for a debut close to the finish of July.

Source: OSEN and TelevisionDocument

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Cube Entertainment's First-Ever Multinational Girl Group CLC Unveils First Thailand Member

Cube Entertainment's First-Ever Multinational Girl Group CLC Unveils First Thailand Member

Cube Entertainment to Debut Multinational Group Next Year, First Member Revealed

Cube Entertainment, home to 4Minute, BEAST, G.NA, and BTOB, revealed on December 8 that it will debut a multinational girl group called CLC in the first half of next year.

4Minute, Cube Entertainment’s first girl group, debuted in 2009 and has grown to become one of the top girl groups in the industry. It will be the first time in five years that Cube Entertainment has debuted a girl group. The debut is especially meaningful because CLC is the company’s first-ever multinational group.

Netizens have long been speculating about the group, even creating a list of potential members entitled “Cube Girls.” No concrete details about the concept of CLC’s debut have been officially released. However, it has been revealed that all of the members have undergone two to four years of structured training and intensive evaluation. Each of the members are competent in singing, dancing, and foreign language(s), as well as songwriting, playing instruments, and music production.

On the December 7 broadcast of SBS documentary program “When Charles Met Chulsoo,” CLC’s 19-year-old Thai member, Sorn, made an appearance. The episode featured various foreigners and followed them as they adapt to their new lives in Korea. Sorn’s daily routine, which includes vocal training, dance training, and korean lessons, was revealed. She charmed viewers with her proficiency in Korean, singing and dancing skills, and lovable appearance.

The girl group has regularly donated their talents to raise money for charity. Cube Entertainment revealed that, even before their debut, CLC had been working as models for various brands, donating all proceeds. The agency said that CLC hopes to, through their physical and moral efforts as well as through their music, to continue to participate in charity campaigns.

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TS Entertainment unveils the first member of its upcoming girl group

TS Entertainment unveils the first member of its upcoming girl group

TS Entertainment unveils the first member of its upcoming girl group

TS Entertainment will debut a new girl group in July.

On May 29th, the agency released a photo of the first member Nahyun. She's born in 1995 and is currently studying at Department of Films and Arts. She's 169cm tall, has a slim body and said to have impressive dance skill.

In particular, many people may recognize her as she made her appearance in one of the episodes of Hyosung's OCN drama "Ghost Seeing Detective Cheo Yong" and also in B.A.P's "1004" MV.

TS Entertainment also stated that the new girl group will bring out something new which is different from Secret's bright and healthy energy.

Stay tuned for more updates about this new girl group!

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YG Entertainment unveils video clip of potential girl group member

YG Entertainment unveils video clip of potential girl group member

YG Entertainment unveils video clip of potential girl group member

After teasing us with photos on the YG-Life blog of mysterious girls under the title of Whos That Girl?, YG Entertainment has just released another teaser in the form of a video this time! The video is also labeled the same way as the photos with the title, Whos That Girl???

Although it is not yet clear who the girl in the video is or what the video is for, her dance skills are clearly shown through the 1:37 clip. What we do know is that she is 16 years old and judging by the fact that she is called The 5th, it seems Kim Eun Bi, Euna Kim, Jenny Kim, and the last mysterious girl are the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th members of the new girl group. However, as YG Entertainment will probably respond, nothing has been confirmed yet, she remains a potential (aka confirmed just not admitted by YG) member of the girl group!

Check out the clip below and voice your thoughts!

Thanks to all those who sent this in!

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Jellyfish Entertainment’s New K-Pop Girl-Group Gugudan Accused Of Plagiarizing Logo

Jellyfish Entertainment’s New K-Pop Girl-Group Gugudan Accused Of Plagiarizing Logo

Share on FacebookShare on TwitterAlthough Jellyfish Entertainments new lady group Gugudan just made their debut, theyve already been stuck in their first controversy. 

Shortly after making their debut, enthusiastsspotted that the teams logo looked incredibly familiar. And after just a little of research, netizens have accused the crowd of plagiarizing their logo from rookie male idol group Snuper. Comparing Gugudans crimson heart-shaped logo, which resembles a pass between a G and a 9, to Snupers blue middle logo, netizens concluded that the 2glance too very an identical to be a coincidence.

Check out the song video for Gugudans debut track Wonderland below: 

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JYP Entertainment reveals the first member for their upcoming girl group survival show

JYP Entertainment reveals the first member for their upcoming girl group survival show "Sixteen"

On April 13th, JYP Entertainment has released the first teaser video introducing the first member for their upcoming girl group survival show "Sixteen".

Im Nayeon, who has been training under JYP Entertainment for a long time and is said to have appeared in various music videos and commercials. She has captured quite a lot of attention thanks to her fresh appearance and bubbly personality as she played with her name in the introduction,"I"m(Na) a good girl to date(Yeon)".

The first episode of "Sixteen" will go on air on May 5th.

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Former F-ve Dolls member Seunghee to join MBK Entertainment

Former F-ve Dolls member Seunghee to join MBK Entertainment"s new girl group

Former F-ve Dolls member Seunghee has been confirmed for MBK Entertainment"s upcoming girl group.

Together with Heehyun, Eunjin, Chaeyeon, Seulgi, Dani, Seunghee will join in as the final member of the group.

Seunghee has received much love from fans as both the vocalist of F-ve Dolls and also an actress, as she proved her acting skill in Davichi and TheSeeya" music videos. She"s also a part of project group TS including T-ara, TheSeeya and SPEED, showing her vocal skills through "Don"t Forget Me".

As it was previously revealed, MBK Entertainment"s new girl group will take part in a new survival show, but nothing has been confirmed as details are currently being finalized.

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Former 5Dolls

Former 5Dolls" Seunghee is the final member participating in MBK Entertainment"s new girl group project

Former 5Dolls

The final member confirmed for MBK Entertainment"s upcoming girl group project is former 5Dolls member Seunghee!

Along with Seunghee, the members participating include the previously introduced Heehyun, Eunjin, Chaeyeon, Seulgi, and Dani for a total of six members.

As mentioned previously, MBK Entertainment"s new girl group will be taking part in a reality show. It was previously mentioned that it would be a survival based show, but it seems the details are currently still being discussed and will be announced at a later date.

Seunghee has been known for her vocals in 5dolls and as a part of project group TS for the song "Don"t Forget Me".

Stay tuned for information about MBK"s upcoming girl group!

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Cube Entertainment Confirms March Debut For New Girl Group CLC With Thai Member Sorn

Cube Entertainment Confirms March Debut For New Girl Group CLC With Thai Member Sorn

(Photo : Facebook) Whether you prefer veterans, rookies, March is suddenly looking to be a month of comebacks and debuts.

For the K-pop fan who just likes new music, March will prove to be the best of both worlds.

Cube Entertainment has just thrown their names into the hat of agencies debuting new groups. Tuesday it was announced that the label responsible for powerhouse groups like B2ST and 4minute will be premiering a new girl group called CLC this March. The group is reported to be the first multiple nationality group, as the member named Sorn is originally from Thailand.

According to a report from Allkpop, Cube Entertainment believes that their group CLC will be able to set themselves apart from the many other girl groups that are out there.

"CLC, who"ve prepared a long time, will show what makes them different than other girl groups," said a Cube representative.

As for what exact time this month, CLC is expected to debut toward this middle of this month. Given that their album jacket and music video for the debut track is already completed, perhaps mid-March could be as early as next week.

It has been a while since Cube Entertainment has debuted a girl group. But given the success of 4minute and Apink, CLC will likely garner a lot of attention once they begin their promotions. Not to mention the group already had plenty of attention due to their presence on social media websites as the "Cube Girls."

Additionally, Thai member Sorn recently appeared on the SBS documentary entitled "When Charles Met Cheol Soo." The documentary aired in December 2014, and likely created a few of the early fans who are excited to see Sorn"s musical abilities.

With the return of JYJ"s Junsu this week and now the upcoming debut of CLC, March is looking to be a very exciting month in K-pop.

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