Girl Group “Brave Girls” Will Make Comeback with New Members

Nicholas Kim, Feb. 3, 2016, 9:14 a.m.


After three years of careful preparation and practice, the group Brave Girls is almost ready to make their official comeback! The new members Minyoung Youjung, Eunji, Yuna, and Hayoon will take over for the places of former members Eunyoung, Seo Ah, Yejin. Brave Entertainment commented, "The new members have had extensive and rigorous training and boast both incredible skill and looks. The team's average age has also gotten much younger and the group has gone through an upgrade. The members trained until they were completely ready to stand on stage. The members, as well as the company staff, are incredibly excited to unveil the new Brave Girls to the world."

 

Brave Girls were said to be in the final stages of preparation for their comeback, and they will be standing on stage with a completely new image and concept. Producer Brave Brothers stated, "Brave Girls will return with a completely new look and will have more opportunities to interact with fans. Please look forward to great things to come from Brave Girls." The re-energized and reformed seven member group is scheduled to make a comeback soon, with teasers hyping up their new release.

 

Brave Girls are a South Korean girl group formed by producer, Brave Brothers of Brave Entertainment. The seven-member group consists of Minyeong, Yujeong, Eunji, Yuna, Hayun, Yoojin and Hyeran. They debuted on 8 April 2011 with the single album The Difference. The songs “Do You Know” and “So Sexy” were their promotional singles for the album. On 29 July, they made their comeback with reggae song “Easily” from their mini album Back to da Future. The group promoted a remix version of “Easily” on 13 August and released it on 26 August. They made an appearance on Jay Park’s Mr. Idol movie. After a two and a half year hiatus, the group announced they would be making a comeback in 2016 with five new members, as well as original members Hyeran and Yoojin.

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