With the exit of member Soomi, trio SeeYa became a pop duo.
Unfortunately, it appears that Soomi’s exit marked the beginning of the end, as SeeYa has now announced their official disbandment after five years in the music industry.
The group first debuted in 2006 with their single, “Scent of a Woman” and were widely known in the industry as the female version of SG Wannabe.
Member Nam Gyuri then left in acrimonious circumstances for an acting career after the third album, “Hot Girl,” and the group returned with “That Man’s Voice” with new singer Lee Soomi in tow.
After Soomi left them for rookie group Co-Ed earlier this year, SeeYa continued promotions as a duo.
However, Core Contents Media representatives revealed on December 14th, “The members (Lee Boram, Kim Yeon Ji) visited CEO Kim Kwang Su and stated that they would like ‘to go separate paths.’ Kim Kwang Su agreed and said that he would help them in any way he could.”
SeeYa will be releasing their last album on January 10th titled “Goodbye My Love,” which will include all of the group’s hit tracks and two new songs. They will then part ways afterwards.
Source + Photos: Newsen via Nate
me: wlau bukan fans tetep ngerasa sedih ._.