Jackie Chan to Create his own K-Pop Idol Group? 'Korea and China Debut'
By Staff Writer | February 20, 2013 10:48 AM EST
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Hong Kong actor Jackie Chan is preparing to debut his own idol group.
His agency commented, "He is currently preparing for an idol group that will debut both in Korea and China."
They continued, "They have named the group, 'DoubleJC', but nothing has been confirmed yet. All the members in the group are Korean, however, they may add more members in the future."
It was revealed that he showed great affection towards his new idol group. During the movie promotions for "Chinese Zodiac," Jackie Chan brought the idol group with him and introduced them to the officials and staff.
It was also revealed that singer Hyun Jin Young helped in training and producing the new idol group as well.
Jackie Chan's agency commented, "Jackie has been putting his all into this new project. However, because we are still in the preparation stages, nothing has been confirmed yet."
On the other hand, "Chinese Zodiac" will release on February 28."
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