Insider Reveals More Details About BigHit’s New Boy Group Debut
BigHit Entertainment recently revealed that they are preparing to debut a new boy group in 2019, their first new idol group since BTS debuted back in 2013.
They announced that they are aiming to debut the new group in the early half of 2019, but did not reveal any confirmation on other specific details.
“We are aiming to debut a boy group in the beginning of 2019.
We will announce the team name and number of members after they are confirmed.”
— BigHit Entertainment
Although BigHit didn’t announce any updates, an inside source revealed some crucial information about the group. The new group will allegedly have five members with an average age of 17 years old (15~16 years international age). They also revealed that BigHit supposedly plans to debut them with a very different concept from BTS.
As this is BigHit’s first boy group in 6 years, industry experts have high expectations for the new group. They will be produced by Bang Si Hyuk, much like how BTS first began.
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