Thai Girl group 'Roseberry', arrived Korea to challenge to be another 'Blackpink'
How global-hit girl group like 'Blackpink' can be born again in Asia? To find the answer, new Thai girl group 'RoseBerry' arrive in Korea on July 13.
4 Thai girls will be trained by K-pop experts for 4 months.
It is the '2022 Grow Twogether' program launched by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Korean Foundation for International Cultural Exchange(KOFICE) in Korea.
The members of 'RoseBerry' are 'Ayla' from Thai girl group 'Rose Quartz', 'Munin', 'Kittika' and 'Sitanun' from another girl group 'Berry Berry'.
The girls are in training in various field including vocal, dance, interviews in Korean and image training.
Michelle Cho, the popular K-pop songwriter who worked with SM Entertainment, is producing their new single, and it will be released in Korea and Thailand together.
After their new single release, 'RoseBerry' will be on debut stage on 14th October, at 'Asia Song Festival' in Korea. It will be live-streamed on Youtube and broadcasted to 101 countries in the world by Arirang TV.
Ayla, the member said, "After I get training like K-pop artist, I would like to show that Thai artist also has great potential to the world through 'Asia Song Festival' stage."
Sitanun, the youngest one in the team but the team's leader, also said "If my skills are developed by this training, I want to go to the stage of music show in Korea."
KOFICE also provide 5 day inspection program to RoseBerry's agency (IDX Entertainment in Thailand). The agency will have an opportunity to visit Entertainment agencies and studios to get to know the know-how of the Korean entertainment industry and analyze it.
Cho Jae Il, the director of the Korean Cultural Center in Thailand said, the " '2022 Grow Twogether' project gained attention in Thailand as well, as it was reported on TV news. I hope that 'RoseBerry' will contribute not only Korean-Thai relationship but also to T-pop development through this program.