K-pop boyband AB6IX’s leader Lim Young-min quits group after DUI scandal
KATHMANDU: Ok-pop boyband AB6IX member Lim Young-min can be leaving the group after his latest DUI.
The group’s label Brand New Music made the announcement of Lim’s withdrawal from the group on June Eight on a fan neighborhood website, and in addition sited adjustments to the group’s comeback, slated for June 29, based on The Korea Times.
Lim, who was additionally the chief of the group, was within the highlight after his DUI was revealed on June 5.
The group needed to postpone the discharge of their album VIVID, initially scheduled for June 8.
“After a radical dialogue with Lim, we determine to respect his opinion that he doesn’t need to jeopardise the group any longer,” the label mentioned within the assertion.
The Korea Times additionally studies that changes the label is making to exclude Lim from the album’s tracks, music video, and associated promotional items which have already been accomplished.
“We have re-recorded all six tracks with simply 4 members … CDs which were beforehand made can be discarded to be newly produced with the tracks,” it mentioned. “The choreography may even be adjusted to a brand new model.”
However, the company famous there have been nonetheless limits in cropping out Lim from all of the group’s work, as Lim’s had taken half in nice portion of the album.
It defined that some components of the title music video and fan items would come with Lim, as adjustments couldn’t be made with some finalised content material.
“We ship our honest apology for asking followers for understanding and promise to come back again with good music and content material to pay again your assist,” it mentioned.
The group ― Jeon Woong, Kim Dong-hyun, Park Woo-jin, Lee Dae-hwi and previously Lim ― debuted in 2019 with the album B:COMPLETE.