IZ*ONE have officially disbanded — Here’s what may be next for each member, according to their agency
Following IZ*ONE‘s official disbandment and also the Japanese members returning to Japan, here’s what each of the Korean members’ agencies has planned next.
IZ*ONE’s official disbandment on April 29 has led to the Japanese members heading back to Japan, and therefore the Korean members preparing for his or her next move within the industry. Several of the group’s agencies have shared the subsequent step for his or her agency’s member of IZ*ONE.
Miyawaki Sakura, Yabuki Nako, and Honda Hitomi
The Japanese line has returned to Japan following IZ*ONE activities and can be taking an occasion before making their next steps within the show business, whether or not it’s in Japan or Korea. Rumors were swirling that they’d continue promoting in Korea following the report that Miyawaki Sakura would be joining Big Hit Entertainment, but nothing has been confirmed yet.
Kwon Eunbi and Kim Chaewon
IZ*ONE’s two members from Woollim Entertainment are going to be returning back to their agency, who stated that no future plans are confirmed yet.
“Nothing has been decided yet. We are in various discussions with them with an open mind, in order that they can fully perform their personal dreams and goals.” — Woollim Entertainment
Choi Yena is returning to Yuehua Entertainment, and he or she already has her first activities following IZ*ONE’s promotions lined up, with a job as a cast member on tvN‘s Amazing Saturday spinoff show Idol Dictation Contest, which can begin on May 21.
“We are currently discussing her future activities.” — Yuehua Entertainment
Lee Chaeyeon‘s agency put out an easy statement, saying they’re still discussing along with her.
“Nothing is about in stone yet. We are still in discussions.” — WM Entertainment
Jang Wonyoung and Ahn Yujin
Jang Wonyoung and Ahn Yujin are returning to Starship Entertainment, where they’re going to take an opening before discussing their future activities with their company.
Kim Minju will head back to her agency, Music Works, and continue her career as an artist.
Jo Yuri will continue her activities as an artist, however, she’s going to be transferred to a brand new agency, as her previous agency, Stone Music Entertainment, was finish off by CJ ENM following their internal reorganization.
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