YG Entertainment to Have Two Girl Groups Debut This Year

By Staff Writer | August 13, 2012 08:30 AM EDT

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This year, YG Entertainment is preparing to have two girl groups debut.

For a while now, SuPearls have been known through SBS "Survival Audition K-Pop Star." After the show ended, excluding Park Ji Min, Lee Michelle, Lee Seung Joo and Lee Jung Mi signed a deal with YG. They included Lee Ha Yi as the new members of SuPearls, and they are preparing for their debut.

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After "K-Pop Star" ended in April, YG has been preparing for SuPearls's debut. They are receiving professional training and plan to move people as they did during the show.

Also, there is another girl group that Kim Eun Bi is in. She appeared on the Mnet show "Superstar K2." Another member will be Euna Kim, who was in "Superstar K3." There seems to be 5 members in total. However, their debut date and all of the members are not completely revealed. They were revealed on YG's official blog and may be the next YG's representing girl group, after 2NE1.

 

Tagged :  YG Entertainment, 2NE1, euna kim, Kim Eun Bi, Su Pearls

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