K-Tigers Zero make athletic debut
“K-Tigers Zero, a 12-member mixed-gender group, made its debut as a Taekwondo performance team,” the agency said.
The five-track EP - featuring a prologue and “Now,” “Side Kick,” “Time Travel” and “Just Once” - shows not only the members’ musical talent but also a Taekwondo-based choreography that’s not common in the Korean music scene.
K-Tigers Zero follows the debut of K-Tigers in 2016 with 22 members with its first track, “Hero.” The K-Tigers franchise has been applauded for its creative fusion of traditional Taekwondo moves with elements of K-pop dance and ballet.
Two famed producers - Cha Cha Malone and DJ Koo - partnered with K-Tigers Zero on two of their tracks, “Now” and “Side Kick.” Choreography for the two songs was created by members of the group.
K-Tigers Zero will officially begin its schedule as a group and meet fans abroad from October.
By Yoon So-yeon
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