22-year-old S'porean leaves Kpop group to be leader of another band

17 September 2014 / 2 years 1 month ago

SKarf member Ferlyn will be leaving her current group in order to become a leader for a new and upcoming K-Pop girl group by the next Chinese New Year.

Alpha Entertainment’s girl group SKarf (2012) is comprised of Korean members Jenny (17) and JooA (23), Singaporean members Ferlyn (22) and Tasha (19), and Japanese member Hana (17), who is of Japanese nationality and grew up in Korea.

According to Korea Boo, Ferlyn will be leaving her current group in order to become the leader for a new K-Pop group, who will be singing songs in both Mandarin and Korean in hopes to make a new break in the Asian market.

The agency further reveals that they will be collaborating with Singaporean songwriters and choreographers in order to promote the new girl group.

While Alpha Entertainment will focus on marketing and promoting both SKarf and the upcoming group, they will be managed by iGlobal Star.

The girl group has not been given a name yet, and a search for the remaining members will begin via auditions in Singapore for local talent. There are also plans to find members in Korea and other Asian countries.

However, there is a possibility for SKarf members may also leave the group to join the new one as well.

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