Singapore duo part of K-pop girl group SKarf

Their name and image has finally been revealed.

The all-new K-pop girl group – consisting of Singaporeans Natasha Low (or Tasha as she’s now known, second from left), 19, and Ferlyn Wong (far right), 20, and two Korean girls – is named SKarf.

The first two letters represent Singapore and Korea.

Their agency, Alpha Entertainment, refused to divulge the names of the Korean girls until the official launch on Tuesday.

The teaser trailer of the girls was uploaded on their Facebook page yesterday.

Publicity for the quartet will begin beforehand. A five-episode music reality TV drama titled Oh My SKarf will be shown on the Korean TV channel MBC every Saturday from tomorrow at 7pm.

One episode was filmed here.

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