The rookie “idol” group C-Clown is finally unveiled.
On July 18, there was a C-Clown debut showcase at the Apgujeong-dong Yehall in Seoul and the new “idols” gave performances of their first EP, titled Not Alone.
With comedian Lee Hyuk Jae hosting the event, the group passionately sang “In The Car” and “I’m Not Alone,” announcing the birth of a rising rookie group.
They greeted the audience cheerfully, “Hello everyone, we’re C-Clown,” and the leader, Rome, said, “Before coming on the stage, we told ourselves to enjoy being on stage. We kept that in mind during our performances.”
Member Kang Joon continued, “We’ve done guerrilla performances, but I feel very nervous because this is our first official performance. This is the place where all of our hard work will pay off, so I’m so looking forward to it.”
In addition to the leader, Rome, C-Clown is composed of five other members. Their names are Kang Joon, Ray, T.K., Ma Roo, and Shi Woo. Their agency is Yedang Entertainment, which is known as one of the best companies in the industry for representing such famous singers as Lim Jae Bum and Guckkasten.
The name C-Clown is an abbreviation for “Crown Clown” which literally means that the six members are still clowns, but they are aiming to become the best and will earn a crown in the music industry with the best quality of music and performances.
After the showcase, the boys will release the album and give a debut performance on M.net’s M Count Down on July 19 as they begin their official activities.