CLC member Eunbin shares her thoughts about joining the Mnet survival program “Produce 101.”
On May 30, CLC held a showcase for their fourth mini album “NU.CLEAR,” along with the lead track “No Oh! Oh.” Their comeback marks CLC’s first official release as a seven member girl group following the addition of members Eunbin and Elkie Chong.
New member Eunbin, who previously joined the survival program, “Produce 101” has shared her experiences and how she was able to benefit from the show. She reveals, “I was still filming for ‘Produce 101’ when the reports that I would be joining CLC came out. I worked even harder while thinking of myself as a trainee while preparing for my debut. Looking back, I think that it was a good experience.”
She adds, “Before my debut with CLC, I was able to learn about finding the cameras, carrying microphones and more when I joined ‘Produce 101.’ Though I joined the group late, I was able to adjust quickly. I am no longer struggling, rather, I am having fun.”
Meanwhile, the group CLC made their debut in 2015 with their EP “First Love” and its lead track “Pepe.”
Member Eunbin was announced to be joining CLC for their February 2016 comeback with the mini album “Refresh” and its lead track “High Heels.” However, due to the contractual restrictions of “Produce 101,” she was not able to join the group in their promotions and her scenes in the song’s music video was removed.
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