K-pop group 'Brave Girls' disbands after seven years
K-pop group Brave Girls will be disbanding after seven years, its agency announced on Feb. 16.
According to Korean entertainment site Soompi, Brave Entertainment said the exclusive contracts of Brave Girls—comprising Minyoung, Yujeong, Eunji, and Yuna—expired "today."
The group will officially wrap up its activities even as it releases its digital single Goodbye, Brave Entertainment said in a statement.
The agency noted they decided on a "beautiful farewell after an in-depth discussion over a long period of time."
"We will not forget the support we have for each other, and [the members] will repay the fans’ love, each from their own place," it said.
It also thanked the quartet for working "passionately while sharing the joys and sorrows as Brave Girls for the past seven years," as well as its fans club known as Fearless for always being by the group's side "without fear."
"We ask for your endless love and warm interest for Minyoung, Yujeong, Eunji, and Yuna going forward," Brave Entertainment said.
Brave Girls debuted in 2011, undergoing member changes over the years. The final lineup in 2016 consisted of Minyoung, Yujeong, Eunji, and Yuna.
Their 2017 song Rollin' received renewed attention in 2021.
The group went to the Philippines during the POPstival in October 2022.