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WATCH: HYBE releases 1st group teaser for new girl group LE SSERAFIM

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WATCH: HYBE releases 1st group teaser for new girl group LE SSERAFIM

LE SSERAFIM. Source Music releases the first group teaser for its upcoming girl group.

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Are you excited for their May debut?

MANILA, Philippines – Source Music and HYBE LABEL have revealed the first glimpse for their upcoming girl group LE SSERAFIM. 

The one-minute “Casting Call” video posted on Sunday, April 10, sees the six members of the new girl group – including former IZ*ONE members Miyawaki Sakura and Kim Chae-won, as well as former Produce 48 contestant Huh Yun-jin. 

WATCH: HYBE releases 1st group teaser for new girl group LE SSERAFIM

Alongside the teaser, the first official photos of the full group were also released on their official social media accounts. 

The group teasers for LE SSERAFIM come after the agency revealed its full line-up, including individual teasers for each member. 

Composed of Chaewon, Sakura, Yunjin, Kazuha, Garam, and Eunchae, LE SSERAFIM is set to make their debut in May. A final debut date has yet to be announced. 

WATCH: HYBE releases 1st group teaser for new girl group LE SSERAFIM
WATCH: HYBE releases 1st group teaser for new girl group LE SSERAFIM
WATCH: HYBE releases 1st group teaser for new girl group LE SSERAFIM
WATCH: HYBE releases 1st group teaser for new girl group LE SSERAFIM
WATCH: HYBE releases 1st group teaser for new girl group LE SSERAFIM
WATCH: HYBE releases 1st group teaser for new girl group LE SSERAFIM

Source Music first confirmed the debut of its new girl group in March 2022, revealing that LE SSERAFIM is an anagram of the phrase “I’m Fearless.” 

Previous reports also announced that HYBE founder Bang Si-hyuk would be serving as an executive producer for the girl group’s debut. It can be recalled that HYBE Labels (then Big Hit Entertainment) acquired Source Music in July 2019. 

LE SSERAFIM is Source Music’s first girl group in seven years following the debut of GFRIEND in January 2015. All six members of the girl group left the agency in May 2021.  Rappler.com