Brave Girls (Hangul: 브레이브걸스)
Number of Members: 4 active, 1 on hiatus
Origin: Seoul, South Korea
Debut Date: 8 April 2011
Label: Brave Entertainment
Fandom Name: Fearless
Brave Girls (Korean: 브레이브걸스) is a South Korean girl group formed by producer, Brave Brothers of Brave Entertainment. The group debuted in 2011 with five members, Eunyoung, SeoA, Yejin, Yujin and Hyeran, however now the group currently consists of five members, with no original members active. The current members are Minyoung, Yujeong, Eunji, Yuna and Hayun. Hyeran is still technically with the group, but on hiatus.
They debuted on 8 April 2011 with the single album The Difference. The songs “Do You Know (Hangul: 아나요)” and “So Sexy” were their promotional singles for the album. On 29 July, they made their comeback with reggae song “Easily (Hangul: 툭하면)” from their mini album Back to da Future. The group promoted a remix version of “Easily” on 13 August and released it on 26 August. They made an appearance on Jay Park’s Mr. Idol movie.
After a two and a half year hiatus, the group announced they would be making a comeback in 2016 with five new members, as well as original members Hyeran and Yujin. On February 16th, 2017 they came back with the single, “Deepened” with the line up of Minyoung, Yujeong, Yujin, Eunji, Yuna, Hyeran and Hayun.
On June 27th, Brave Girls released their third EP, High Heels, and promoted with a song of the same name. The album peaked at #22 on the Gaon chart. As a gift to their fans, Fearless, on September 1st, 2016 Brave Girls released a non-promotional digital single, Yoo-Hoo.
In 2017, the group was re-organized once again with Yujin leaving the group and Hyeran going on indefinite hiatus. They made a comeback on March 7th, 2017 with “Rollin’” as a five member group including Minyoung, Yujeong, Eunji, Yuna and Hayun.
Company: Brave Entertainment
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Members on Hiatus