YG Entertainment Aims Su:Pearls for September Debut
By Staff Writer | June 17, 2012 06:22 PM EDT
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YG Entertainment is preparing Su:Pearls debut to take place in September.
According to various media sources YG Entertainment has shared Su:Pearls is currently busy preparing for their debut as preparations are taking place stating a dorm and separate practice room for the group has all been completed.
Yang Hyun Suk revealed that he will personally be in charge and involved in the preparations for Su:Pearls debut album.
He said, “Su:Pearls will be making their debut as soon as possible, their first album is to release in September the latest. Su:Pearls already is known for their great talents and are missed by many fans which is why we decided on an early debut.”
Su:Pearls first made their appearance through SBS ‘K-Pop Star’ audition program originally consisting of contestants Lee Michelle, Lee Jung Mi, Lee Seung Joo and first season winner Park Ji Min. Following Park Ji Min, who subsequently signed with JYP Entertainment, her place will be replaced by first place runner-up Lee Ha Yi with all four members singing on with YG.
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