K-pop girl group bugAboo has disbanded, the label has announced

A Team Entertainment has announced that k-pop novelty girl group bugAboo has officially disbanded.

The announcement was made today (Dec. 8) via the South Korean music label the group’s fan-cafe pagewhere it was revealed that the group has been suspended for bugAboo and that all members have had their exclusive contracts with the agency terminated.

“BugAboo, who has been working hard since debut, will be discontinuing the group’s activities as of today,” the statement said. Soompi. “After extensive review and discussion, the agency and members have decided to terminate the band and terminate the contracts of all members.” However, A Team Entertainment did not share the circumstances or reasons behind the decision in a statement.

“Once again, we would like to express our gratitude for all the support and sincerely apologize for the sudden news to the fans who love bugAboo. Please show the members your unwavering warm love and support ahead of their new beginnings,” the label said in a brief statement.

bugAboo – consisting of members Choyeon, Eunchae, Yoona, Rainey, Cyan, and Zin – made their official debut over a year ago with a single album of the same name. The record included a B-side called “All Night Play” along with the title track of the same name. Both tracks were co-written and produced by Ryan Jhun, a K-pop producer who is also the CEO of A Team Entertainment.

BugAboo in an interview a few days before their debut NME about how they hope to inspire others. “We want to have a positive impact on a lot of people,” Cyan said. “I want people around the world to understand that no matter where they’re from or what language they speak, they can be anything they want to be,” Yoona added. “I want to give them the courage to pursue their dreams and to know that anything is possible if you work hard.”

The group later made their first comeback in June of the same year with the album Pop of the same title. The three-track record also includes the B-sides “Easy Move” and an instrumental version of “Pop.”

bugAboo was the first girl group formed by Jhun, who has produced hits for several top K-pop groups in recent decades, including TWICE, SHINee, and Red Velvet. The girl group was originally scheduled to debut in 2020, but was delayed due to the onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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