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Group J contestants unmasked ahead of ‘YG Treasure Box’ debut

  • Published : Nov 8, 2018 - 16:55
  • Updated : Nov 8, 2018 - 16:55

The last seven trainees in group J for the survival audition show “YG Treasure Box” were unmasked Thursday, and finally all 29 trainees took off their veils via V Live and revealed themselves on the show’s official blog.

YG Entertainment announced the members of groups A, B and C on Tuesday. Unlike the other groups, group J consists of seven Japanese boys: Kotaro, Mashiho, Mahiro, Asahi, Yoshinori, Haruto and Keita. Their agency, YG Japan, is the company’s Japanese branch. The seven trainees put on a splendid performance, far outshining the competition despite the presence of many talented artists.

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“I would like to see what the trainees look like,” YG said in a teaser clip. All the trainees have good looks and charm as well as talent.

Fans’ responses to “YG Treasure Box” has been enthusiastic as it unveiled all 29 trainees in the span of four days.

All the trainees’ personal V Live channels will be up and running on Friday. Fans can also check out special videos that have not yet been broadcast.

“YG Treasure Box” is a hot topic even though the show’s first episode has not yet aired. The trainees are expected to face fierce competition for survival.

The program is set to air its first episode on Nov. 16 via V Live, YouTube and TV.

By Lee So-jeong (xojeong2@heraldcorp.com)