C-JeS Entertainment teases debut of new boy band
Local entertainment agency C-JeS Entertainment revealed silhouettes of its trainees who are set to debut as a K-pop boy band.
With the words M.I.C. (which stands for Made in C-JeS) written across the pictures, it shows group photos of eight trainees on its official social media page on Monday.
The trainees are wearing a uniform in one picture and jeans in another, which hinted at their upcoming high-teen concept.
The trainees appeared on the television show YG Treasure Box in 2018 and have been building a fandom since then.
All the members are Korean, according to the entertainment agency, but this is subject to change in the future as the band approaches its debut.
The exact date of the rookie boy band's debut has not been set.
Founded in 2009, C-JeS Entertainment represents boy band JYJ; singer Solji; and actors Sol Kyung-gu and Hwang Jung-eum.
BY LEE JIAN [email@example.com]