I am proud to announce that our blog is finally open! This site will feed you with quicker updates about Nine Muses. Gallery updates and videos will be posted here, as well as news articles and interviews, therefore, in time, NineLadies’ blog will serve as an archive for everyone. I do have bigger plans for Nine Ladies – maybe editorials and style guides in the future, but it’s all up to your contribution! If you want to help the site to grow bigger and become more interesting, please join us!
Since we had very divided opinions about keeping or not the forum, I decided to keep it. Registrations are currently closed because I’m still finishing some board script changes but you can expect it to be back soon. It’ll probably be a bit different from what it is now but it was due to security reasons and I had to do it. But don’t worry – all members and posts are safe.
Our gallery is still there and will always be!! Over 21k pictures available for everyone – honestly, that’s the best part of the site :P
Now let’s go to our new sections: on the top menu, apart from the very useful search box, you’ll find the page “About Namyu“, a biography about the group, as well as their discography and videography. Member profiles are all available at the forums and all these pages will be updated regularly.
The day has finally come for us to check out Nasty Nasty, Star Empire’s new unit group with Kyungri, ZE:A’s Kevin and new female singer Cho Sojin. Yesterday (3), the music video for KNOCK (노크) was released, and the group already performed the song at MNET’s M!Countdown. You check both below!
If you can, buy the single on Korean music portals such as MelOn, Bugs etc and tweet #네스티네스티 to help them with SNS points!
Earlier today, Star Empire finally announced some details about their new unit group: consisting of Nine Muses’ Kyungri, ZE:A’s Kevin and a new unknown rookie whose name is Sojin will debut with a digital single under the name NASTY NASTY on September 3rd.
The song was composed by Rado (Trouble Maker, Huh Gak) and the song was described as “provocative and sexy”.
Stay tuned for more!
A new project group by Star Empire was announced this Thursday (21), consisting of Nine Muses’ Kyungri, ZE:A’s Kevin and a new female singer that is yet to be revealed.
According to the agency, the group will release a digital single produced by Rado (Trouble Maker, Huh Gak) in early September. They also added that fans can expect a provocative sexy concept.
The trio is filming the music video soon, and Star Empire will probably announce more details such as release date and the mysterious female singer in the following days.
Source: TV Daily
Idol groups ZE:A and Nine Muses will be showing a “couple’s’ dance together and took a “quadruple date” picture together.
The collaboration was for the July 5 episode of “Immortal Song”. ZE:A’s Dong Jun, Hyung Sik, Kevin and Min Woo will dance with Nine Muses’ Kyungri, Minha, Sungah, and Hyuna in a special friendship number. The song they will perform is Turbo’s hit “Twist King”. The two groups promises an energetic performance that will seem to fit right in with the musical “Grease.”
In the photo the eight idols look like four pairs of adorable couples with the ZE:A members in their jean outfits and the Nine Muses in a bright colorful skirts.
ZE:A and Nine Muses will present their collaboration performance on July 5 at 6PM KST on KBS.
More heartbreaking news to the MINE fandom: news articles have reported that Nine Muses former leader and original member Ryu Sera decided to not renew her contract with Star Empire Entertainment, and therefore is no longer a member of Nine Muses.
Star Empire has said that Sera’s future activites were not specifically discussed yet and that they respectfully cheer for her new beggining. A part from that, not much has been said about her departure from the group.
As we see one more beloved muse go, Star Empire also announced to the Korean media that there are plans for the group to make a comeback in August with new members being added.
This is the 6th original member leaving Nine Muses. The No Playboy ladies are all gone except for Euaerin, Pyo Hyemi and Park Minha.
Stay tuned for more future information about Namyu’s new upcoming members and comeback.
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