Three members of disbanded K-pop group Gfriend, Eunha, SinB and Umji form new trio under new management

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Eunha, SinB and Umji form new trio under new management

In May, fans of K-pop group Gfriend had a shock when the six members parted ways with their label Source Music, officially disbanding. Now, three of the members have come together to form a new team.

On October 6, Eunha, SinB and Umji took to social media to announce they’d be starting on a new era of their career and forming a new team under their new management company, Big Planet Made (BPM).

In her post, Umji specifically shared the news of their group’s formation. “Moving forward, Eunha, Sinbi and Umji will together be a three-member group together under BPM,” she wrote in one of several posts she shared surrounding the news.

She did not clarify what the trio would be known as moving forward, but fans across social media expressed excitement that three of Gfriend’s members would be continuing their careers together.

Gfriend debuted to much success in 2015 with their breakout single Glass Bead, and continually saw success, most recently with the release of last November’s

Walpurgis Night album

. Their disbandment in May came as a surprise.

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