NeonPunch’s company A100 has introduced that the group will likely be disbanding.
On August 11, A100 took to NeonPunch’s official Twitter to make the announcement, which reads as follows:
Hello, that is A100.
The debut date of NeonPunch’s unit group XUM is approaching, and after a lot consideration, we announce that NeonPunch will likely be disbanding as of August 11. We are sincerely sorry that folks won’t be able to see NeonPunch as a gaggle once more, though many individuals have been ready for them.
A100 and the members of NeonPunch labored onerous with a objective of creating a comeback in May 2019, however as a result of worsening financial state of affairs of the company, in addition to the suspension of actions for 2 members, that date continued to be delayed.
There had been many elements this 12 months, together with the COVID-19 pandemic, that led us to the conclusion that it is going to be troublesome to keep up the girl group NeonPunch, and the choice was reached for the group to formally disband.
Regarding the members who suspended their actions (Dohee and May), it’s nonetheless troublesome for Dohee to renew actions attributable to private causes and May is at present taking a break as she is dedicated to her research, so plans for their future actions are unsure.
However, we at A100 are decided and promise to return with the brand new girl group XUM for all of the followers who’ve been ready, in addition to for the members who will likely be making one other debut by way of the group (Dayeon, Baekah, and Iaan).
We want to specific our gratitude to the NeonPunch members for being with us for the previous three years, and we hope you’ll proceed to help the members’ future actions.
We sincerely apologize to all followers who sincerely cared for and cherished NeonPunch. Thank you.
NeonPunch made their debut on June 27, 2018 and their final comeback was on January 30, 2019 with the discharge of their first mini album “Watch Out.” XUM is about to make their official debut in August.