It looks like Louis Koo’s K-Pop group SKYLE will only be making their debut in August.
As reported on Epoch Times, the quartet, which was originally scheduled to make their official debut in mid-July, will instead release their debut album, “Fly Up High” on 4 August, according to their agency.
The group recently had to undergo a two-week quarantine after several staff members of their company were identified as close contact of a COVID-19 patient.
Selected from auditions held all over Asia, the group – consisting of members Ginny, Chaehyeon, Erin and Ujeong, have been in training for the last three to four years.
SKYLE (short for Show the Kinetic & Youth Leading a New Episode), is part of Good Luck Entertainment, which is the Korean division of One Cool Entertainment owned by the said Hong Kong actor.