Who is Pro C? J.Tune Camp's Mysterious New Group to Debut on November 28

By Annie | November 24, 2013 07:11 PM EST

Pro C teaser before MBLAQ concert
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Possible Pro C members spotted in the crowd at MBLAQ's concert in Seoul
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J.Tune Camp plans to unveil a new musical act on November 28.

J.Tune Camp, the agency home to male idol group MBLAQ as well as girl group Two X reportedly will debut a new group later this week.

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With almost no promotions, the news came as a bit of a surprise to the people in attendance at MBLAQ's final concert in Seoul this past weekend who witnessed a short teaser video for the upcoming new group.


Early on Monday, November 25, J.Tune Camp uploaded the same teaser to their official YouTube channel, giving inquiring minds a much clearer image of what to be expected.

 

The information we do know so far is:

  1. The group's name is Pro C
  2. They will debut on November 28
  3. Their debut single is titled "Bad Memory" and feature K.Will

Some fans in the arena believe that a group of handsome, identically dress guys at the MBLAQ show may in fact be the group members and are speculating Pro C is comprised of four or five members.

Of course there are many unanswered questions everyone is hoping J.Tune Camp will answer in the next couple of days, or else we will all just have to wait until November 28 for the mystery to be solved!

Stay tuned for more updates about J.Tune Camp's new artist, Pro C!

Tagged :  MBLAQ, J. Tune Camp, Pro C

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