Tuesday, 14 August 2012 11:08

Singaporean duo debuts in Korean girl group, SKARF

The four-member K-Pop girl group is made up of members hailing from Singapore and Korea

Tasha and Ferlyn from SKARF

L-R: Tasha and Ferlyn

Touting a group name with references made to its members' home countries, SKARF (S for Singapore, K for Korea), is the newest girl group to be introduced to the Korean music scene. The Alpha Entertainment Korea girl group hopes to dominate Asia with their happy and warm tunes while making music that can be 'worn' comfortably be people from all walks of life, hence the name "scarf".

With a fresh and young concept, SKARF's Korean members, Jenny and Sol, and Singaporean members, Tasha (Natasha Low) and Ferlyn (Wong), collaborated with famous composer Eco Bridge, talented singer Jung Yeob and production team Honeydew'o for their first music single, Oh! Dance.

The girls' debut track, 'Oh! Dance' is dubbed an emotional dance track which aims to bring out the different sides of them. A 15-second teaser video released online showed the girls, dressed in pristine white outfits as they saunter through a dreamy enchanted garden setup decorated with flora and fauna.

To get ready for the group's debut in Korea, the four sprightly girls recently visited Singapore to film their reality TV programme, Oh! My Skarf. Apart from displaying their vivacious and cheeky personalities, the members also visited local sights such as Universal Studios Singapore and Bugis Street as they tried local food such as durian and checked out stores hawking K-Pop merchandises.


Their trip to Singapore was given an extra special touch as the girls were also given a slight taste of acting when they landed a cameo role in upcoming year-end Ch8 drama series, It Takes Two.

The group's debut single will be released on August 14, with music promotions set to follow.

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