“THE IDOL BAND” Debut Members Announced: Japanese-Korean 5-piece band “Hi-Fi Un!corn”
On March 4, the final round of “THE IDOL BAND: BOY’S BATTLE,” a Japan-Korea joint project by Japanese broadcaster TBS and Korea’s SBS Group and FNC ENTERTAINMENT to form an idol boy band, took place. The global debut members were decided.
A total of 54 contestants who won the preliminary rounds held in Japan and Korea overcame numerous missions over a period of about seven months, and in the final round, and the finalists were “G.O.P” produced by FTISLAND, “Hi-Fi Un!corn” produced by CNBLUE, “Miracle” produced by KEYTALK, “CLROCK” produced by Sensory Clown, “PARTYAFTERSIX” produced by N.Flying, participated in the competition.
In the final round of the mission, two songs were performed: a remake of the producer’s song and a new song produced by the producer. As a result, “Hi-Fi Un!corn” produced by CNBLUE won the global debut.
Hi-Fi Un!corn, a Japanese-Korean five-piece group consisting of Song Kiyoon (Ba/22), Um Taemin (Vo/21), Fukushima Shuto (Vo/19), Kim Hyunyul (Gt/23), and Heo Min (Dr/17), will perform live and release songs not only in Japan and Korea but also worldwide. They are scheduled to perform live and release songs not only in Japan and Korea but also all over the world.
『THE IDOL BAND：BOY'S BATTLE』を応援いただきありがとうございました🎸
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