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New Girl Group with Five IUs Revealed

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2011.10.07 15:31 Mwave Choi, EunHwa

Another girl group?

Yeppp. But this time, the girls can actually sing...or at least that′s how they′re being marketed.

C-Real (yes, another nonsensical name) is a five member girl group managed by NAP Entertainment, which was founded by famed lyricist and producer, Choi Gap Won, best known for his work with IU.

In the first teaser, MBLAQ′s Thunder featured, and walked around a snowy wonderland, while the members of C-Real creep on him in the woods.

The members were then introduced in a follow-up teaser vid.

Yoo Seung Ho confessed that he′s had a sad love life.

The actor was present at the press conference for I Miss You held on November 1. While talking about his character Kang Hyung Joon, Yoo Seung Ho came to talk about his love life.

New Girl Group with Five IUs Revealed

New Girl Group with Five IUs Revealed

In the second teaser, the five members, Chemi, Re Dee, Effie, Ann J and Lenny, dance to their first single No No No No No.

The girls′ first single is scheduled for release on October 12.

Photo credit: NAP Entertainment

He said, "[My character] is similar to me in that he wants to care for and love the woman he loves. I had a girl I liked when I was in school, and I wanted to be good to her. I was a senior in high school and I was sensitive, so we didn′t get to enter a serious relationship, but I′m okay now."

He added, "I′m really okay. I′ve forgotten everything. She′s with another great man too. I was just reminded of those days while acting for this piece. It helped me concentrate on Hyung Joon."

The drama will air its first episode on November 7.

Photo credit: Hea Jung Min

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