S'porean member of SKarf leaving to lead new K-pop group

S'porean member of SKarf leaving to lead new K-pop group
Korean pop group Skarf comprise (from left) Koreans Jenny and JooA; Singaporeans Natasha Low and Ferlyn Wong; and Hana, a Japanese who grew up in Korea.

SINGAPORE - By the next Chinese New Year, she will be the leader of a new K-pop girl group.

Singaporean Ferlyn Wong, 22, is now part of K-pop girl group SKarf.

Her group mates include fellow Singaporean Natasha Low, 20, Koreans Jenny, 18, and JooA, 24, and Hana, 19, a Japanese who grew up in Korea.

Wong will leave SKarf soon to head the new group, likely a quintet, that has not been named. They will be marketed as the first-of-their-kind in Korea.

This K-pop girl group will sing Mandarin and Korean songs in the hope of cracking the wider Asian music market.

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The founder of SKarf and the new girl group is home-grown company Alpha Entertainment.

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