Members of Jackie Chan's new Kpop group revealed for the first time

16 March 2014 / 2 years 7 months ago

Famous Hong Kong action star Jackie Chan recently announced that he was going to create a K-pop group, and his boy band JJCC, or Double JC, has now been revealed.

On March 12, JJCC’s agency, The Jackie Chan Group Korea, revealed profile pictures of the previously veiled five members, who are called ‘Jackie Chan’s Kids.’

JJCC is drawing attention because Chan was reportedly actively involved in setting up and shaping the group, as well as training them and producing their debut album.

JJCC consists of four Korean members, SimBa,, Eddy and San Cheong, and one Chinese-Australian member, Prince Mak, all of whom are in their early 20s and very attractive, reports Drama Fever.

JJCC’s agency official said, “All five members have the ability to rap, sing, and write songs. They also have outstanding dancing ability in the style of pop, jazz and ballet for various performances. They basically speak three languages, Korean, English and Chinese. The five members, who each have their own individuality, can amplify the synergy.”

The group is scheduled to make its official debut sometime in March.

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