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‘K-pop Star’ girl signs with Starship

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Kim Na-youn

“K-pop Star” contestant Kim Na-youn has been recruited by Starship Entertainment, the agency behind big names like Sistar, Boyfriend and K.Will.

The agency announced yesterday that an exclusive contract has been signed by the star and that Kim has been recruited as a trainee.

The agency used its Facebook to introduce its latest talent and called her a “new family member.”

“She’s still young but has a lot of energy and passion for her craft. It will be sometime until she is ready,” Starship Entertainment said.

No debut date has been announced yet, though the agency did ask fans to show their “continuous love and support” for Kim.

Kim, 19, is from California and is an excellent keyboard player. She has been dubbed “genius girl” for her talents in music.

On the singing audition show, which ran from December until April, she placed ninth. The winner of the show was 16-year-old Park Ji-min, who impressed with her soulful rendition of Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep.”

“K-pop Star” contestant Kim Na-youn has been recruited by Starship Entertainment, the agency behind big names like Sistar, Boyfriend and K.Will.

The agency announced yesterday that an exclusive contract has been signed by the star and that Kim has been recruited as a trainee.

The agency used its Facebook to introduce its latest talent and called her a “new family member.”

“She’s still young but has a lot of energy and passion for her craft. It will be sometime until she is ready,” Starship Entertainment said.

No debut date has been announced yet, though the agency did ask fans to show their “continuous love and support” for Kim.

Kim, 19, is from California and is an excellent keyboard player. She has been dubbed “genius girl” for her talents in music.

On the singing audition show, which ran from December until April, she placed ninth. The winner of the show was 16-year-old Park Ji-min, who impressed with her soulful rendition of Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep.”

By Carla Sunwoo
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