After months long of anticipation and excitement, the moment we’ve been waiting for is finally here – CUBE Entertainment’s newest K-Pop idol group, CLC (CrystaL Clear), is finally going to debut.
Previously, a representative of the agency told Korean media outlet OSEN that the group is set to debut in the middle of this month. The rep said:
We are planning to debut CLC in the middle of this month. It will be CUBE’s first multinational girl group, as it includes Thai member Sorn. We recently finished filming for the album jacket and music video. A great deal of time and care has gone into the preparation, so we are planning to present you with something unique that is completely different from the basic girl groups.ADVERTISEMENT
The identities of the remaining CLC members have yet to be revealed, but netizens are speculating that the girl group will consist of Sorn, Oh Seunghee (오승희), Yoojin, Chang Seungyeon, and Jang Yeeun.
The members are known for busking in the artsy areas of Seoul and they have impressed many with their skilful singing and dancing.
On 9th March, CUBE Entertainment confirmed that CLC will debut with their first mini album come 19th March 2015. The agency also released some really cute pictures of the girls, as well as their profiles.
In case you missed it, here:
And now, to keep up with the momentum, the CLC girls have officially kicked off their introduction with the first episode of their documentary, “CLC Love Chemistry”.
The episode features the girls showcasing their talents as they sing on their streets, as well as helping out kids in need with a song that they composed themselves. Needless to say, we can’t wait to see what else CLC has to offer.
Watch it here:
While you wait for CLC’s official debut on 19th March, check out our exclusive interview with the group’s only Thai member, Sorn (real name: Chonnasorn Sajakul ชลนสร สัจจกุล), where she talked about her hopes and dreams to change the face of the K-Pop music industry after she was crowned the winner of “tvN K-Pop Star Hunt S2“.
There was also a rare “Arirang Special” video which featured Sorn’s training sessions in CUBE Entertainment. It documented her daily training sessions comprising of singing classes, dancing classes, and language classes (just to name a few), with great emphasis on her perfecting her command in the Korean language.
— CLC·씨엘씨 (@CUBECLC) March 13, 2015ADVERTISEMENT