Bi-Racial Girl Group “Chocolat” to Debut Later This Month
K-Pop’s first-ever girl group predominantly comprised of bi-racial members will make their debut later this month. The group, called “Chocolat,” has two Koreans and three half-Caucasian, half-Korean members. All three bi-racial members have American fathers and Korean mothers.
Releasing their debut single, “Syndrome” on August 17th, Chocolat will have their first live performance on Mnet’s “M! Countdown!” on August 18th. “The debut track is a mixture of dance and electronics, which incorporates powerful choreography,” their agency, Paramount Music, said.
Comprised of So Ah, Jae Yoon, Julianne, Melanie, and Tia, Chocolat’s average age is just 18.6 years old. Following more than 2 years and 6 months of training, the group is said to have outstanding vocal and dancing skills.
News of their debut has been garnering a lot of attention, making them one of the most searched for words today. Here’s the video they uploaded online that’s been generating a lot of interest online, so please enjoy!