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New K-pop girl group have no Korean members to debut

Z-GIRLS, a K-pop girl band devoid of Korean, will debut on Saturday in the “Z-POP DREAM LIVE IN SEOUL” gig at Jamsil Indoor Gymnasium, Seoul.

The team, managed by Korean agency Zenith Media Contents (ZMC), released a music video teaser for the debut song “What You Waiting For” on its YouTube channel Wednesday.

New K-pop girl group have no Korean members to debut

The group has seven members from various Asian countries ― Bell from Thailand, Priyanka from India, Joanne from Taiwan, Queen from Vietnam, Vanya from Indonesia, Carlyn from the Philippines and Mahiro from Japan.

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The formation of the team is a part of the “Z-POP DREAM” project that aims to create a platform for cultural exchange across Asia. “Z” refers to Generation Z, the demographic cohort of those born in the mid-1990s to mid-2000s.

“I would like to brand a concert that ties Asia together,” agency CEO Kang Jun said.

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“What You Waiting For” will be available for streaming in Korea from Friday, before the team’s debut performance on Saturday.

On Saturday, a seven-piece boy band composed only of non-Koreans, Z-BOYS, also will make its debut.

Source: Zenith Media Contents, The Korea Times

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