Hybe’s Source Music label to debut 6-member girl group

Hybe’s Source Music label to debut 6-member girl group
Bryan Ke
March 28, 2022
Mega K-pop group BTS and TXT are getting a sister group under the label Source Music, the agency recently teased.
The new girl group, called Lesserafim, an anagram of “I’m Fearless,” was first hinted at by Source Music, which is owned by BTS’ label Hybe, via Twitter on Thursday. The label also published a short video to announce the debut on March 28 via the group’s official YouTube channel.
Weverse also announced via Twitter on Monday that Lesserafim had been added to its fan community platform.
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Most details about the group’s members are still being kept under wraps; however, reports on Friday claimed former Iz*One members Miyawaki Sakura and Kim Chaewon had been signed to the group. The chairman of Hybe Corporation, Bang Sihyuk, also teased K-pop fans with a picture of him and the two idols accompanied by the caption “Welcome!”
The group will reportedly consist of six members, including Miyawaki and Kim. One trainee from Pledis Entertainment and two from Source Music are also expected to join the group, with the last member from the Netherlands having been personally picked by the head of the label.
Another name mentioned that could be part of the new group is reality competition show “Produce 48” contestant Heo Yun-jin. It was speculated that Heo could be the trainee referred to in other reports, considering that she was once part of Pledis Entertainment as a trainee.
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