Crayon Pop’s Agency to Debut Boy Group in January

Crayon Pop’s Agency to Debut Boy Group in January

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Soon-to-debut Korean boy group K-much members. [Chrome Entertainment] Chrome Entertainment, K-pop agency discovered and trained K-pop dance sensation Crayon Pop, is set to introduce a rookie boy group.
K-much, formed with Ato, Kiu, G.low, Bornus, Loki and Kiu, will release their debut mini-album “Beyond the Ocean” on January 7 next year, Chrome announced on Friday.
The debut album will contain a total of three songs written by songwriters Dumb & Dumber of Crayon Pop’s “Saturday Night,” “Bing Bing” and Kim Yoo-min of “Bar Bar Bar” and “Lonely Christmas.”
Meanwhile, K-much has already started to connect with their possible fans around the country.
Starting with Seoul early this month, the boy group’s members have introduced themselves to citizens in major Korean cities Incheon, Daegu, Busan and Gwangju, Chrome explained.
Reporter. Cory Lee
Courtesy of Chrome Entertainment
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