With the release of Hi Suhyun's "I'm Different" music video, YG Entertainment fans may recognize a familiar face by name of Kim Jisoo.
Released on Tuesday, the "I'm Different" music video features Lee Hi and Lee Suhyun pining after a boy portrayed by iKON's Bobby. In addition to the three YG Entertainment artists, another female protagonist appears toward the end of the video portrayed by Kim Jisoo, a member of the upcoming YG girl group.
"No one expected Jisoo to be Bobby's girlfriend," tweeted KIMJ1WON on Twitter.
On Oct. 20, YG Entertainment released a long-form music video in anticipation of Epik High's eighth studio album, "Shoebox." Combining title track "Spoiler" with a snippet of another song called "Happen Ending," the music video also features Kim Jisoo, who will reportedly debut as a part of the YG girl group at the end of year.
"YG's new girl group is currently recording their debut song and album," an insider told Star News. "They've been preparing for their debut for quite a while, and they're in the last stages."
"It is true that the debut album is close to the final stages of production. The new girl group will debut in November at the earliest and within this year at the latest."
Bobby, the featured rapper in "I'm Different," has also collaborated with rumored YG girl group member Jang Hanna during the survival talent show "Mix & Match" which culminated in the formation of YG's latest boy group, iKON.
Tentatively codenamed Pink Punk, the YG trainees who are rumored to be a part of this mysterious girl group include Jennie Kim, Kim Jisoo, Jang Hanna, Lalice Manoban, Park Jinny, Park Chaeyoung, Cho Miyeon and Lee Jookyung.
Check out Hi Suhyun's "I'm Different" below: