'K-Pop Star' Season 1 Lee Seung Hoon to Debut with New YG Boy Group
By Staff Writer | February 25, 2013 11:28 AM EST
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Today, according to the media, YG Entertainment revealed that Lee Seung Hoon is currently busy training. They are focusing on working on his rap skills.
The part that is gaining the most attention however, is the fact that he has been practicing as a team and not by himself. He is working with a a new YG boy group that will be debuting soon.
YG Entertainment's CEO, Yang Hyun Suk also officially stated this news was true.
Yang Hyun Suk commented, "Lee Seung Hoon will debut as a group and not as a solo artist. Lee Seung Hoon is one to see the spotlight when he is in a group."
He continued, "He has the leadership skills and the talent to create choreography. He is currently learning rap as well."
They also stated that he has been at the practice studio almost every day of the week and putting his best efforts into his training.
The new group's debut could be as early as this year or as late as next year.
They also stated that he will be in a new boy group and not the one that they are currently about to debut soon.
They revealed that this new group with Lee Seung Hoon will be much different from the normal idol group.
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